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Consumer Commission briefs media on inquiry into timeshare / vacation ownership industry

Members of the media are invited to a media briefing where consumer Commissioner Ebrahim Mohamed will officially launch an inquiry into the timeshare / vacation ownership industry, introduce the three member panel of property and consumer law experts appointed by him to lead the process, as well as outline all processes and activities related to the inquiry.

Since its inception in 2011, the National Consumer Commission has consistently received complaints from consumers alleging serious misconduct from role players in the vacation ownership industry. After exploring various potential options Mohamed has resolved to institute a public inquiry, which he says is a tried and tested approach that will deliver long lasting solutions to the challenges faced by consumers.

Source: Government of South Africa

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