I've looked into the legal costs of handling timeshare complaints through the courts and it can be quite pricey for the average
timeshare member, even garden variety legal representation can be expensive(i.e. mostly with timeshare exit companies).
There's also the uncertainty of when the victimized timeshare consumer will see his day in court to deal with his allegations
against the timeshare resort.
An ombudsman would have to be an expert on timeshare problems and be able to help consumers, seniors and timeshare members.
He would shorten the time and expense of handling consumer complaints and charges against timeshare exit companies and
Here is the best definition of an Ombudsman that I've seen: "An ombudsman or public advocate is usually appointed
by the government or by parliament, but with a significant degree of independence, who is charged with representing the interests
of the public by investigating and addressing complaints of maladministration or a violation of rights".