According to the lawsuit, Timeshare Relief made hundreds of automated "robocalls" to Missourians on the No Call list, offering their services to assist the consumers in selling or transferring timeshares. The suit also alleges that the company ignored consumers' requests to stop calling, in further violation of Missouri's telemarketing
law. Koster's office claims to have received more than 100 complaints from Missouri consumers about the company's practices.
Koster is asking the court to prohibit the company from making any further solicitations to Missouri consumers. He is also seeking penalties of up to $5,000 per violation of the no call law, up to $1,000 per violation of the telemarketing law, and recovery of the costs of the investigation and prosecution of the case.
Consumers who believe they received harassing telephone solicitations are encouraged to file a complaint at (866) 289-9633.
Missourians can sign up for the No Call list at https://www.ago.mo.gov/nocall.php link or by