Florida timeshare owners on Wednesday accused Delaware-incorporated Wyndham Vacation Resorts of intentionally coercing them to purchase overpriced and often unusable timeshares.

The suit is the second to be filed against Wyndham in the District of Delaware this year, with another class action suit making nearly identical allegations on behalf of those who signed timeshare ownership contracts in Nevada and Tennessee.

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