Timeshares seem like a great idea. You get your own vacation time in your own home, and you can make money with it when you are not there. However, while this is a popular idea, there are things that you need to consider before shelling out money for a timeshare.
First off, renting out a timeshare is not as easy as it seems. There are different types of timeshares, from fixed-week (weekly timeshare rentals) to floating (open time frames during peak season) to right-to-use (fixed amount of time during the season), and each offers its own pros and cons. For instance, fixed-week is usually the most stable, but it can be an issue if someone only wants to stay for a night or two. Floating options are popular, but it is impossible to guarantee time for a loyal customer. Right-to-use timeshares are often the most complicated, as it can be nearly impossible to guarantee more than a few days at a time for a potential client.
While timeshare rentals are up, regardless, of the type, you need to be careful when taking payments. Fraudulent charges are also up, as well, as the timeshare community is not immune to these charges. You need to make sure that your merchant account processor is up to task when it comes to timeshare merchants. You need to make sure that they are equipped to handle any fraudulent charge that may come your way. You need the services of EMB.
With eMerchantBroker.com, your timeshare merchant accounts are secure. Not only do we offer top of the line terminals, software, and security, but we also offer a chargeback suite to help you in case of a fraudulent claim. While others will quickly turn down your business after a fraudulent claim (not even a charge… just a claim), we do not. We will help you determine if the claim is a legitimate fraudulent charge, or if it is a regretted purchase. We are here for all of your needs, regardless if you are an established timeshare merchant or a new timeshare merchant.