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'We were ripped off': Consumer complaints prompt ASIC review of timeshare holiday schemes

  • Wed, 13 Sep 2017 18:40

Carina Gabb paid $ 21,000 to join a timeshare scheme, but three years later she hasn't gone on a single holiday. She's among a flood of people saying they've been mislead, and now ASIC is investigating the sector.

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