Benefits of Hiring a Proven Company to Legally Terminate Timeshare Contracts

Benefits of Hiring a Proven Company to Legally Terminate Timeshare Contracts

As of late, companies that legally terminate timeshare contracts have been placed under the microscope. More and more fractional owners are becoming wary of these types of businesses and rightfully so. While a good number of them insist on trekking forward with unethical intentions, our approach to timeshare termination has remained the same. Instead of investing in pressure-filled tactics that persuade unhappy buyers to cancel their agreements, we’ve committed to educating consumers on what they can expect from vacation ownership.

More often than not, timeshare owners are sold on resort solutions and exit services that just don’t provide them with any value. An emphasis selling and closing has become more important than customer satisfaction and the buyer’s experience. This has caused quite a bit of bitterness and distrust throughout the travel industry. Justification and finger-pointing-sessions have left owners without much to believe in. It’s one of the many reasons the outlook of timesharing remains in a constant flux. 

While the inconsistency of the purchase has travelers looking elsewhere for vacations, the unpredictability of timeshare termination has owners looking to legal teams for relief. Once the purchase is deemed a mistake, many buyers immediately believe that hiring a litigation attorney is their most logical solution. But as we discussed in our last article, embarking on a legal battle can be devastating if you’re claims are vague. Suing the timeshare is extremely risky when you don’t have a bounty of evidence and a lawyer that specializes in timeshare litigation. But all hope shouldn’t be lost if you can’t stick it to the resort with a lawsuit. There’s nothing wrong with legally walking away and moving on.

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Ultimately, your ability to successfully get out of a timeshare depends on who you choose to help you. If you find yourself trapped in vacation ownership, the best thing you can do is hire a proven company that takes pride in providing quality timeshare termination services. But in order to find a business of integrity, you have to know how to look. 

Since the thought of navigating timeshare exit fraud can be intimidating, we thought it’d be beneficial to expand on the characteristics of quality timeshare relief. Once you understand the advantages of hiring an attorney based company, like ours, you’ll realize the choice to legally terminate timeshare contracts isn’t all it’s made out to be.

1. Receive Full Disclosure Regarding Timeshare Relief.

When it comes to defining a quality relief program, disclosure is the most valuable trait. Quality operations take pride in explaining all of the options fractional owners have at their fingertips prior to reviewing the timeshare termination process. At VOC, we believe potential clients deserve to know there are opportunities to work things out with the timeshare company. But they need to know how to exhaust their efforts or they could end up making things worse. 

Proven companies make time to educate owners on things the resort may pitch as a solution. They don’t smear or discredit other 3rd party services. Those with integrity simply explain the facts. Educating potential clients on all relief options, as well as past and present scams, helps them understand the pros and cons of every choice. Aside from providing clarity amidst their distress, quality termination companies are transparent with owners which allows them to build rapport. At the end of the day, we’re all on the same team and have the same goal.

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At VOC, it’s important that unhappy buyers feel comfortable talking to us about their purchase. We want to ensure they can trust that we’re not going to pressure them into terminating the timeshare agreement prematurely. If they have a desire to cancel, the have to be confident in our process and the staff that manages it. Trusting the end result is a lot easier when doubt is eliminated on the front end. Establishing and sustaining a positive relationship throughout the experience is a huge advantage for not just the owner, but everyone involved.

2. Timeshare Termination Experience is Invaluable.

Over the years, we’ve been able to relate well with timeshare owners because of the amount of time we’ve spent getting to know previous clients. Often times, there’s an element of misinformation or deceit that has affected the buyer. Learning more about how they’ve been persuaded in the past helps us present them with ways they can avoid further letdown. Asking the right questions and organizing the facts also helps us paint a clear picture that points to the best escape route. But an intimate understanding of where our clients are isn’t the only thing proven organizations should bring to the table.

The timeshare industry is always evolving. Buyouts, bankruptcies and mergers can be confusing for many owners. These changes, for the most part, come at the buyer’s expense. While some people just need help navigating the arena, others have found their timeshare to be useless after pastime enjoyment. Not every relief company has the knowledge to provide assistance in these situations. Since owners are continuously mocked by timeshare representatives while their fees increase, they deserve an experienced outlet to turn to.

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Look, we believe a certain level of competency is required to legally terminate timeshares. It’s not exactly something everyone can do at a high level. Just because an attorney has real estate experience, it doesn’t mean they’re equipped to get you out of a timeshare. Just because someone promises to eliminate your obligation doesn’t mean they can or will help you in the aftermath of exiting your timeshare.

Some Companies Claim to Legally Terminate Timeshares But Never Stop Selling.

A proven company will never shy away from putting their experience on display. Their credibility is important to them and it should be to you. Inexperienced operations tend to specialize in excitement and disillusion. While establishing rapport may be easy for scam artists, validating their reliability is another story. This is why we like to put our experience to work for the consumer.

Think of it like hiring a tax specialist instead of preparing and filing taxes on your own. People in this profession eat, sleep and breathe their competency. It’s what they’re best at. Families and businesses often become susceptible to tax penalties or realize money’s been left on the table after filing themselves. Using a CPA can save them an awful lot of time, money and even grief. While any tax professional is an improvement over DIY, their level of experience is always considered during the selection process. After talking to different CPA’s, you can usually tell who’s more experienced. If the price was the same, why would you ever go with the inexperienced option?

The same should be considered when selecting a timeshare cancellation company. Our founding partners came from the travel industry and used to specialize in providing a travel solution that was in direct competition to the timeshare industry. They saw first hand how timeshare companies were taking advantage of buyers and developed a passion for helping them. The driving force behind VOC has never been money.

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If you analyze our company makeup, all legal processes and documentation derive from real estate litigation and class action success in the timeshare realm. Each of our contracted attorneys also has extensive litigation experience within the timeshare industry. We believe this proves to consumers that we’re competent and reliable in our ability to legally terminate timeshare contracts. It’s important to us. We only care about creating advantages for fractional owners and we’re not interested in additional revenue streams that take away from our client’s experience. Hiring a company with this level of experience and standards is invaluable.

3. Be Prepared for the Aftermath of Your Decision to Cancel.

Many people don’t realize how overwhelming terminating a timeshare contract can be. But it’s not always because exit companies are aggressive and demanding. The backlash from the timeshare itself often bombards those looking to get rid of the purchase. Scare tactics are commonly used by the resort so timeshare owners will change their mind or second guess their judgement. The abolishment of a perpetual agreement that’s set to pay them tens of thousands of dollars over the next few years isn’t something they take lightly. 

If a timeshare owner isn’t prepared, they can easily be swayed back into the prison cell of their agreement. Sadly, many on the verge of timeshare freedom are sucked back in by another “can’t miss” offer that inevitably falls apart. Keeping clients focused on the end goal is a big responsibility for timeshare exit companies. The good ones are able to guide owners through the muddy waters.

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Once the resort knows one of their owners is working with a reputable termination company, they’ll likely do what they can to make the process difficult for you. Timeshare employees have even been known to make threats for the sole purpose of earning a commission to retain a disgruntled owner and keep them in compliance with paying mandated, increasing fees. Collection attempts and judgement claims can be a big distraction to owners. The ability to anticipate deceit and block malicious attempts is extremely beneficial to those looking to cancel. 

Aside from full disclosure on the front end, we focus on legally protecting our client’s rights while battling anticipated harassment from the get go. Not only do we communicate with those looking to further mislead them, we react to the backlash of the overpowering resort. Any company that says they can legally terminate timeshares should be able to do the same. The aftermath of the decision to cancel can be disheartening when owners are forced to face it alone. Communicating what they can expect and shielding them from the abuse is a pivotal characteristic of a quality relief company. Who wouldn’t want assistance here?

4. Proven Companies Have an Abundance of Resources.

A number of resources are required when it comes to successfully terminating timeshare agreements. It’s why so many exit companies fail. Competing with timeshare conglomerates is tough to do when you’re a small operation or start up business. Tools, in the form of technology, processes and strategic partnerships, play a big role in a company’s ability to legally terminate timeshare contracts. While it may be difficult for fractional owners to determine who actually has superior systems in place, blogs like these should help them ask the right questions.

Over the past half decade, we’ve spent a lot of time building an ironclad process that specifically services our clients in difficult timeshare situations. We only utilize proven methods and don’t offer “a mirage of hope” like other operations do. Consumers need to understand that you can’t just make the decision to cancel fractional ownership with anyone. An inexperienced company may have a cheaper price tag, but the end result is rarely favorable. While an attorney’s high price tag may lead you to believe the service is high-quality, that’s not always the case.

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Although a majority of 3rd party agencies do a great job of masking their deficiencies, there are ways to pinpoint deceit. Understanding how to identify scams while discovering competence can drastically enhance your overall experience. The last thing you probably want is added regret to your current remorse. 

If you’re ready to move on from the hard truth of your purchase, then consider finding a company with the above benefits. Full disclosure and access to an experienced company that cares about you provides you with everything you need to legally terminate a timeshare contract. If you’d like to visit with our staff or learn more about how we get out of timeshares, you can always schedule a free consultation or proceed with the qualification form below. In the end, we hope you’re able to enjoy vacationing the way you always envisioned. Ask us how we can assist with your future travel needs as well, our goal is to build a long term relationship with our clients.

How Consumers Are Persuaded to Buy Timeshares

How Consumers Are Persuaded to Buy Timeshares

When most people think about buying a timeshare, they think of convenient getaways in desirable locations with family and close friends. But that’s not always how the adventure plays out. Every year, tens of thousands of consumers buy timeshares without any knowledge of what they might actually be getting themselves into. Even those privy to timeshare travel end up in regrettable situations from time to time. Whether buyers can’t use points or availability is slim, many end up spending more money just to enjoy something. But this isn’t always their fault. 

Timeshare salesman do a great job of narrow-mindedly leading people to believe the purchase is more than it really is. Aside from selling a mirage, some intentionally avoid contract details to keep potential buyers from having second thoughts. If most people knew it would cost them an additional $1200 in fees per year (for life), they probably wouldn’t be too impressed. Less people would buy timeshares because it wouldn’t be seen as the deal it’s being made out to be. When salesmen focus on benefits instead of product specifics, buyers are essentially being encouraged to make an uninformed, impulse decision. 

Instead of experiencing more bang for their buck, many buyers receive less than they expected for more than they anticipated. This is where the financial commitment can become extremely problematic. Once buyers are locked into a perpetual contract, timeshare companies focus on creating a demand for an improved experience. They’ll say anything to keep buyers from realizing they can cancel the contract during the rescission period.

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They’re not necessarily interested in solving dissatisfaction, rather offering in-house solutions that consist of upgrades and add-ons. The entire process is based on sales tactics that leverage your lifetime agreement. You have to understand nothing you experience as a timeshare owner is by chance. Systems are in place to always keep you wanting or needing more. Even if you’re enjoying multiple timeshares already, one bad decision can be devastatingly costly.

This is why we want to encourage potential buyers to research the product before they even attend the timeshare presentation. Knowing what to expect and what questions to ask can save you an awful lot of grief. At the same time, investigating the timeshare company isn’t the only thing you can do to prepare. You have to anticipate being told things that simply aren’t true during the sales pitch. Taking the time to review the timeshare contract and mull over the terms before signing anything is essential. Especially if you’re already on vacation. Believe us, the sales rep isn’t going to abolish the offer because you want to think it through. Disregard the “available today only” sales tactics.

One of Our Clients is “Not Proud” of Their Decision.

Although the first 500 words of this article may be enlightening, we understand some readers will require substance. Claims can be dry in this industry as nearly everything is a sales pitch. While you might think we see unhappy timeshare owners as an opportunity, we don’t think of it that way. We talk to dozens of people that buy timeshares every day. We know what type of pain they go through. Whether you’ve never bought a bad timeshare or the salesman’s spiel made you a believer, we believe the story of an elderly couple will open your eyes to what can transpire if you take the purchase lightly.

Bill and Mickey have been married for more than 52 years. They have 2 sons and they managed the household with a blue collar mentality. Bill worked at GM for more than 35 years as a production manager and even spent time in Vietnam. His work ethic allowed him to “retire at age 55 with age 59 money.” But it didn’t steal his drive because he’s been working ever since. Micky spent a good part of her professional career in the medical field. Like most Americans, they worked hard to be able to live comfortably and travel routinely one day. 

While their kids were growing up, Bill and Micky started to explore the east coast every chance they got. After using Micky’s brother’s timeshare a few times down in Florida, the couple decided to purchase their own. For years, the couple took advantage of holidays and school breaks to travel with their sons. They never had any issues after buying the timeshare. But all of this changed in 2015 when they attended a promotional seminar for timeshare during a routine trip to Gatlinburg.

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Analyzing the Presentation and the Timeshare Purchase

Mickey recalls her husband entering the presentation extremely skeptical. “I remember Bill saying to the guy, ‘well, we’re not going to buy anything.’ Well, that was our famous last words,” she said. When asked about the pitch, Bill remembers it being very methodical. “It was structured. They had an agenda. You know, starting off, what do you pay for a motel? What do you pay for a hotel and all of that? How much did you invest in that vacation?” 

The rapid fire questions allowed Wyndham to pull a lot of information from the couple right away. Within a short period of time, the sales rep already had Bill thinking that it made sense financially. “With the initial investment, it seemed like we should be okay,” he said. But they still weren’t sure if it was something they needed right now. So the questions continued.

After going back and forth for hours, the sales rep started to explain their presidential points program. When we spoke to the couple, you could tell they still didn’t understand how they were going to use two million points. “What Invited me to take on the presidential point value was when they talked about how you could rent your properties,” said Mickey. She thought, “If I can get $2,000 a month rental fee then I can pay my mortgage amount.” But this isn’t anywhere near how things eventually played out.

Knowing how much money Bill and Mickey had to spend gave the sales rep an opportunity to continue throwing out empty promises until the couple finally gave in. They could have left at any point, but the couple decided to continue listening to the benefits while the details of the agreement were ignored. So the intrigue progressed.

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Bill told us the ability to cut their timeshare costs even more was very appealing to him and Mickey. “Another item they stressed was that you could take this deeded property and go to any loan institution and use that as collateral to get a loan, for less interest to get out of Wyndham’s high interest rate,” he said. Again, another common false narrative used by timeshare companies to close their prospects. Bill went on to say the sales rep insisted this were true by saying, “Oh yeah, we just had somebody in here last week that got a loan for 3% and they were paying 18%.”

Once the salesman found something that appealed to the couple, he ran with it. “It was always a dream of ours to go west because we’d never been west of the Mississippi.” said Bill. “We wanted to see the Grand Canyon and different sites out there.” This revelation was inevitably the final nail in the coffin.

Thinking back, they now realize the salesman really used this desire against them. “Our first buy with Wyndham was kind of geared around that offering, you know, we can put you in condos and do this and do that. So that’s how it started with Wyndham.”

What Can Happen When You Haphazardly Buy Timeshares 

Once they made the purchase, the rest was history. While they initially thought they could rent and use their points for little to nothing, they quickly found out it wasn’t that simple. “You’re already losing money right out the door, but they make you think that you can just turn around and rent them really quick,” says Mickey. 

Aside from being stuck with a surplus of points, they never considered the additional expenses that come with traveling routinely. Even when they wanted to go on vacation they couldn’t because the anticipated income from renting their points wasn’t there. Especially when they paid two companies to unsuccessfully help them rent the property. In their letter to us, they explained just how bad the points program turned out. “We have already invested $107,139.36 in down payments alone. We bought one million points, but we have approximately 600,000 left to use before 9/30/2019.” Who would have thought, right?

They ran into another costly brick wall when they found out their refinancing options weren’t true. “I looked around, nobody will give you a loan on that deeded property. They make it sound like it’s no problem for you to be able to refinance somewhere easily, but it’s not the case.” After taking out several loans and charging a credit card for some of the unexpected costs they endured shortly after the purchase, the couple finally realized they had to take out a reverse mortgage on the home to cover their loses.

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Getting Out of the Timeshare Was Their Only Option.

After contacting the CEO of Wyndham with no reply, the aging couple was determined to find a way out of the timeshare. “We contacted Wyndham’s Ovation program to see if we could cancel our loan and renegotiate for less points. Of course, they said we signed a binding contract,” said Mickey. Unfortunately, the clients that have come to us came to the conclusion that the timeshare resorts don’t care about your financial struggle. 

She told us, “If we hadn’t have gone to Global, we wouldn’t have known of VOC and we would still be struggling right now. So it was kind of a blessing. In a way the lord opened up a door and said, here you can save some face,” she said. But canceling the timeshare contract didn’t necessarily eliminate the regret and the exceeding amount of debt they now face

Although Bill retired relatively young, he is now working as a garbage man at the age of 72 – just to survive and keep their home. The American dream they were once on track to attain is now lost in the shuffle. Bill is deeply distraught by this. “Something that really bothered me was trying to explain this to our children, our two boys, what we had gotten ourselves into,” he said. “This was something that we are not proud of and even now they don’t know what we’ve gotten ourselves into.” The amount of grief the experience caused them is indescribable.

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Take Your Time When Purchasing Timeshare Agreements.

For those of you looking to buy timeshares now or in the near future, the couple hopes their story has opened your eyes. They don’t want you to make the same mistakes they did. Mickey now realizes they’re not alone. “As we traveled, we talked to other Wyndham owners. What we found is the first thing you buy, you realize, well this really doesn’t get me anywhere because it’s not enough points. Then you go buy more points so you can do more traveling or go where you want to travel. They [Wynham] say well if you add just a little bit and go up to the next package level then you can do this much more. And before you know it you’re at over your head,” she said. It sounds like people are beginning to catch on.

If Bill and Mickey would have taken a step back to analyze their points program, the rental market and their refinancing options, they probably wouldn’t have made the purchase. But they did and our hearts go out to them because of it. At the same time, we hope consumers learn through their experience.

Knowing When to Exit Timeshare Agreements is Key.

While people can help themselves by preparing before they buy timeshares, knowing when to cancel fractional ownership is even more advantageous. This is something Bill and Mickey can attest to. When seeking timeshare relief, they refused to take “No” for an answer because they didn’t want to pass down the burden to loved ones. 

No one should have to worry about paying over $200,000 in timeshare-related-debt during their golden years. Shame on the timeshare sales representatives and management for taking advantage of this aging couple. The silver lining to it all is that Bill and Mickey understand the full picture now and have made an educated decision on how to move forward and move on. They couldn’t be more happy with the route they took.

If you’re interested in learning more about our proven attorney based process, we’d love to schedule a free consultation with you. Otherwise, you can see if you qualify by filling out an eligibility form below.

What Are the Four Types of Timeshare Purchase Contracts?

What Are the Four Types of Timeshare Purchase Contracts?

Before we get into the different types of timeshare purchase contracts, let’s talk a little bit about the travel industry. Today’s online marketplace presents consumers with a multitude of modernized options. Whether you’re looking for a rental car or lodging, marketing and sales pitches are everywhere. Knowing what you need and want prior to purchasing a vacation package is important. We say this because many aspiring travelers are told what to do and sold on things they don’t necessarily need. While it’s easy to assume travel agents and online resources are in place to help you find the best deal, that’s not always the case. Taking the time to research travel options on your own will help you avoid making a decision you may later regret.

When it comes to making a decision on travel, a number of factors should play a role in your decision. Are you looking to book a one-time-trip? How many people are you traveling with? If you travel or plan on traveling often, would points or rewards programs be of any interest? Are your travel arrangements mainly for business or are you wanting to entertain your family for a week or so? Are you willing to make a perpetual commitment to vacation every year? Determining the details of your travel arrangements will help you participate in a purposeful search that will inevitably save you a lot of time and money. It’ll also help you know exactly what you want so you’re not swayed by thoughtful marketing efforts or thirsty sales teams.

A majority of today’s travelers seem to always be torn on lodging. Whether they’re deciding between hotels and resorts or vacation rentals and travel clubs, the choices can be difficult to navigate. This is when consumers normally turn to each accommodation for insight on their packages. What many fail to realize is, the conversation they’re having is essentially a sales pitch. Especially when it comes to discussing timeshare purchase contracts. In order to garner true insight on every option, a little more effort is required. 

Although the thought of spending countless hours finding answers on your own might sound depressing, we promise it’ll be worth your time. For the amount of money most Americans spend on vacations, finding the perfect experience should be everyone’s number one priority. One misleading sale can alter the entire trip and impact the whole family.

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With all of that in mind, we want you to know that we understand how frustrating it can be when you’re trying to get a straight answer on travel packages. Even online reviews are suspect these days. Some of the most miserable destinations can seem extraordinary on the surface. Many people simply want to have confidence in purchases of this magnitude. So, because public information has a tendency to be questionable at times, we’ve committed to educating aspiring travelers the best we can. At the end of the day, you deserve to be able to make an informed decision.

While you might assume we’re against fractional ownership, that just isn’t the case. There are plenty of resorts out there that provide vacationers with ample arrangements. But the buyers that enjoy their paradise take the time to make informed decisions. No matter how you travel, it’s important that you avoid the mirages. At the same time, before you can begin to consider different sales pitches, you have to understand what every solution entails. Since we’re all for fostering happy timeshare owners, we wanted to go over the four types of timeshare purchase contracts. By the end of this article, it’s our hope that you’re able to make a confident and enjoyable decision if you are considering fractional ownership for your vacations.

1. Fixed Week Timeshare Purchases.

The first two types of timeshare purchase are both deeded agreements. This basically means the acquisition is owned by the buyer. Think of it like buying a house but only being able to use it for one week per year (or multiple weeks if more than one interval is purchased). These timeshare purchase contracts are perpetual (which means obligations last for life), however they can be sold and transferred once the mortgage is satisfied. In this scenario, the buyer owns the rights to the same unit during a specific week every single year. 

Fixed week timeshares are fairly predictable and owners usually have set expectations every year. Even though knowing what to expect can be a good thing, there are some drawbacks to being locked into this type of property. Buyers don’t exactly have access to much flexibility, which can foster boredom over time.

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One of the biggest perks of owning this type of timeshare is the simple fact that fixed-rates give timeshare owners the ability to rent out their block of time or trade with other owners that have similar properties. Fractional owners with purchases in highly desirable locations typically benefit the most. But convenience always comes with a high end price tag.

2. Floating Week Timeshare Purchases.

Although some travelers don’t mind investing in a timeshare interval that’s limited, most prefer a little flexibility. Because of this, most timeshare companies provide floating week packages that give buyers an ability to reserve weekly intervals at any point during a given period of the year (the length of the interval can be longer than a week if you’d like). While a floating week gives fractional owners more freedom than the fixed week version, it can be extremely difficult for some buyers to find dates and times that fit their preferences. In other words, the draw can be quite deceiving because the best locations are rarely available. Time is of the essence if you want to book a desired fraction of time in one of the best destinations

Although floating week purchases sometimes work out wonderfully for buyers, many of these programs include selfish shareholders that hold priority when it comes to reserving prime dates and times. Whether their loyalty is being rewarded or they’ve been offered certain perks by the property, it’s a hassle for new buyers either way. So if you’re going to invest in this option, make sure the salesman is able to prove availability during certain dates exists. We’d even encourage you to get this in writing if you can. Otherwise, considering one of the other timeshare purchase contracts might be more appealing.

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3. Right To Use Timeshare Purchases.

When it comes to international timeshare travel (especially in Mexico), Right-To-Use (RTU) contracts are extremely popular. With this type of arrangement, the buyer is able to lease timeshare properties for a given amount of time each year. Unlike most deeded agreements, this timeshare purchase contract isn’t perpetual. Buyers are able to sign up for and use the property for a set number of years, kind of like a membership. 

Despite the developer maintaining ownership of the property, some buyers or leasees are still responsible for the same obligations deeded fractional owners have. While they may not have to pay on the timeshare mortgage, some of them still have to cover taxes, maintenance fees and assessment costs. If you do your research, you can find a resort offering RTUs that only charges maintenance fees if the timeshare is used. Either way, most buyers don’t have to wait long to get out of this contract if things don’t work out. Since the contracts typically have a term of 10, 15 or 25 years, the purchase will always expire at some point in time. So there may not be a need to invest in legal timeshare cancellation services if the purchase doesn’t match the expectations of the sales pitch.

4. Points Club Timeshare Memberships.

Timeshare point memberships have become the new era of fractional ownership. Point membership clubs are commonly compared to floating timeshares but tend to be viewed as the more convenient option. They give buyers the ability to stay at various locations depending on the total number of points they have (which gives them purchase value). They can also accumulate points by buying specific timeshare purchase contracts on secondary markets or even buying them directly from the resort‘s club program. The points are used like currency and time slots at the property are reserved on a first-come basis. If you happen to be the first to stumble across an amazing deal, it can be tremendously worthwhile.

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At the same time, points club memberships have become the cause of numerous lawsuits because timeshare developers and sales teams are overselling the product. While the resort may promise access to new properties, or those being built, it’s not always the full truth. There’s not always a way to tell what’s being built or what you can anticipate from your membership. Truth be told, availability is currently bottlenecking at numerous resorts.

Therefore, if you’re going to buy into a points club program, you really need to do your research on the companies you consider. You’ll be glad when you do because point based contracts are typically tied to a perpetual agreement or deeded ownership. You could be waiting a long time to use the property and still be on the hook for everything. This makes it a lot easier to give into less desirable options just to get your annual usage out of the timeshare purchase contract.

Our Final Take on the Types of Timeshare Purchase Contracts:

Timeshare ownership is a big decision. While your options may be intriguing, always remember that one large purchase can set you way back financially. It can also make you more susceptible to relentless predatory agencies that lurk on the industry. In order to protect yourself from victimization by unethical companies, you must find the time to research the industry and understand how to effectively maneuver timeshare ownership.

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If neither of these timeshare purchase contracts make sense, there’s no reason to force it. As we said before, there are plenty of options that can satisfy your short term needs. Every day, we talk to dozens of timeshare owners that regret their decision. Being forced to pay more money just to get out of a timeshare contract is never any fun. It’s best that we do what we can to help you avoid the scenario altogether. 

If you’d like to learn more about how we help fractional owners exit timeshares, you can fill out a qualification form below or schedule a free consultation.

How Some Timeshare Exit Services Harrass Vacation Owners

How Some Timeshare Exit Services Harrass Vacation Owners

Over the years, we’ve been able to grow our business because of the commitment we’ve made to the consumer. While many timeshare exit services focus on marketing budgets, persuasive tactics and even fraud, we’ve relied on a guaranteed method of cancellation. Since 2014, we’ve saved quite a bit of time and money by qualifying every applicant. The reality is, contract cancellation doesn’t make sense for everyone.

Some people have signed multiple contracts and upgrades that have furthered their acknowledgement of the purchase and it’s terms. Explaining to unhappy timeshare owners what their actual options are helps them save quite a bit of time and money themselves. The last thing we want to do is provide another financial setback that adds to the regret of their purchase.

Our Free consultations aren’t geared towards selling you on cancellation. We have to know everything about your situation and confirm your eligibility before doing anything. Especially when an attorney is the most expensive element of the process. No timeshare exit strategy is the same. But not every company offering timeshare exit services believes in this approach.

They think the same aggressive pitch that sold you during the timeshare presentation will work to their advantage. Taking time to identify roadblocks or look into your situation beforehand doesn’t interest them. They simply use a quantitative method that focuses on pressuring unhappy timeshare owners to take action. Even when their chances of exiting the agreement are slim to none.

Some people ask how we know this. Others may assume we’re just trying to smear our competition. But in reality, tens of thousands of timeshare owners frequently relay their frustration with timeshare relief programs. You can find evidence of this on nearly every local news website. Whether people have bought into resale or legal representation, the results are rarely favorable.

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Timeshare Pressure Sales Target Consumer Desperation.

When a relief program fails, the owner’s fate ends up back in the hands of the timeshare company. Upgrades and add ons (like points programs) keep buyers hoping for the best but usually expecting the worst. Most of them really have no choice. By the time they’ve become aware of cancellation services, they’re afraid to trust anything else.

Remember, keeping fractional owners under contract is the sole purpose of the timeshare industry. Forcing owners to pay and recommending misleading relief programs is how their profits remain high. Even though this has not been very fruitful for buyers. For them, trying to get rid of a timeshare or make it worthwhile can be devastatingly costly. When owners start to feel trapped, desperation tends to set in. This is where many timeshare exit services use an aggressive approach to persuade them.

Instead of asking you to look up consumer complaints or read news articles to prove our point, we wanted to show you how some exit programs go about harassing vacation owners. Aside from creating grief, they’re currently shedding a lot of negative light on the cancellation industry. It’s important you understand that, unlike VOC, not everyone is going to show you empathy. You also have to realize that many of these exit specialists are con artists. Their lifestyle depends on their ability to get you to say “yes.”

Use Caution When Contacting Timeshare Exit Services.

In order to expose the harassing nature of some of these companies, we contacted one of our major competitors to see how they went about selling their timeshare exit services. Although we won’t name the company (in order to protect ours), we hope our experience proves to you that pressure-filled tactics can be very convincing – even if you don’t qualify. But prior to contacting a timeshare exit service, you must understand what you’re getting yourself into.

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Before Submitting Information About You and Your Timeshare..

Searching around for timeshare relief shouldn’t be treated like most large purchases. Negotiating or trying to leverage your options just isn’t feasible in this realm. It’s not like searching for the best insurance quote or the best interest rate for a private loan. For the most part, your privacy is protected in those cases. Handing over personal data to 3rd party companies can make you dangerously susceptible to harassment and other forms of spam. Not to mention fraudulent activity.

Exit programs, whether they’re legitimate or not, know you have to share private information with them in order to proceed. Unfortunately, some don’t know how to keep a secret. When they can’t persuade you to give them money, they sell your data to other 3rd party companies or make an exchange for some sort of financial gain. Data can include other members of your family, payment specifics, purchase history, social security numbers and even items on your credit. Submitting personal information to businesses that have no business with it is why so many of us are solicited over the phone and email on a regular basis. Not many people understand this.

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When you’re researching your options, it’s imperative that you do your best to sift through the nonsense before reaching out. Many companies will seem legit, but they’re nothing close to it. Finding a way to avoid the harassment and the overwhelming number of the scams altogether is key. All you have to do is overcome your desperation and focus on logic. Listening to the best deal or falling for the best pitch is the best way to miss the best solution. It’s important that you learn from the mistakes you’ve made up to this point. Once you know what to look for and understand your own tendencies, it’ll be easier for your to make an informed decision.

To keep you from wasting more time than you need to, we actually created a checklist to help you identify timeshare fraud. Qualifying your options increases your chances of doing business with someone that values integrity. Shopping around and expecting relief programs to tolerate your haggling can leave you surprised to say the least. So take the time to thoroughly research companies before sharing private information. Let awareness, diligence and intuition be your guide this time.

What to Expect From Aggressive Timeshare Exit Services

A few months ago, we shopped a major player in the timeshare exit industry using a fake online persona. This included a unique email address (gmail account) and phone number (Google Voice) strictly for this test. Upon our request, the company immediately reached out to via phone and email to pitch the benefits of their program. Without knowing if we qualified, they quickly asked us to proceed.

Knowing the tendencies of these types of companies allowed us to pick up on quite a few nuances they use to deceive timeshare owners. It’s pretty disturbing to listen to when you know the truth behind their statements. The fact our inquiry wasn’t genuine made it easy for us to refuse their offer. But this didn’t discourage them from turning up the pressure.

After our firm “no,” they pulled out one of the oldest tricks in the bag: the limited time offer. We were informed that their proposal would only be good during the phone call. That the “deal of a lifetime” that would solve all my problems would vanish into thin air if we didn’t take advantage of it right now. Keep in mind, they still haven’t seen the contract we want to cancel. They know nothing about the details of our agreement. They made it seem like exiting a timeshare would be easy-peasy for them. This was very intriguing to us.

If we didn’t know any better, we might feel compelled to trust a company providing reassurement. But most timeshare exit services aren’t much different than the timeshare itself. They’ll say whatever to get some form of commitment. Once you’re bought in, they know there’s a higher probability of you spending more to proceed. This allows them to prolong the process and maximize their revenues. Pressuring timeshare owners to take action right away is a huge red flag.

Pressure Doesn’t Cease Upon Your Request.

Even though we told them “no” once again, they relentlessly emailed us every day. The follow-up phone calls and pressure-filled lingo was just as annoying. Within a few days of us requesting more information, the quantitative approach was in full swing.

Immediately after we were finally able to discontinue their harassing solicitations, a new service came out of the ashes. Multiple timeshare resale companies began contacting us the same way. In other words, once the timeshare exit service realized no means no, they sold our account to another tactful operation. One that might appeal to us more or persuade us easier. It’s a vicious cycle if you ever happen to become intertwined.

The company we reached out to knew that if we failed to sell the timeshare (because there is no resale market for them), we’d more than likely crawl back with our tails between our legs, begging for timeshare exit services. This is real-life stuff, folks. Far too many fall for the trap.

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VOC is Committed to Helping You Find Resolve.

Sadly a majority of relief programs aren’t in business to be your advocate. They started their operation with one goal and that’s to make money. They can’t see past tomorrow. They’ll never understand how we were able to build a reputable company by consistently advocating for timeshare owners. Referring owners to listing agencies or selling their information to 3rd parties tells us they’re not really interested in helping people effectively get out of timeshare contracts.

Since this is a multi-million dollar operation within the cancellation industry, we encourage you to take notice. At the end of the day, you deserve to know that quality, guaranteed timeshare exit services do exist. To discuss our qualification process, you can fill out the form below or schedule a Free Consultation to learn more.

Differentiating Right to Use Timeshares, Travel Clubs and Fractional Ownership

Differentiating Right to Use Timeshares, Travel Clubs and Fractional Ownership

Thousands of travelers across the country are continuously searching for riveting, cost effective vacation packages to explore. In today’s online marketplace, there are numerous options for them to choose from. But when you’re searching for the best deal, nearly every advertisement claims to provide the best escape for you. While the nomadic culture might be able to navigate these options effectively, people new to the travel landscape can easily become overwhelmed. Over promises, deceiving prices and enticing offers can eventually place many aspiring travelers in a financial hole that detours their travel plans. Fractional ownership, point certificates, travel clubs and right to use timeshares all have their flaws.

After talking to thousands of fractional owners about their financial burden, we’ve realized that many of them never even knew what their contract entailed. Instead of asking an experienced voyager for guidance, they allowed a salesman with commission breath to persuade them on an option that isn’t mutually beneficial. Blaming the buyer may seem fair, but a lack of disclosure plays a big role in their inability to make an informed decision. People deserve the right to know  what they’re buying.

Since fraud is a normality in the timeshare industry, educating people on the terminology behind fractional ownership is really the only way to address the problem. When you think about it, most people that attend a timeshare presentation have no intention of buying. They simply show up for the free stuff. But it’s hard for some to say no when a “can’t miss deal” is right in front of them. Especially when traveling hasn’t been a big part of their lifestyle.

Because of this, we’ve shifted our focus to helping aspiring travelers navigate the vacation arena. Even though our cancellation company is funded by bad decisions, we want to play a bigger role in eliminating hardship and regret. You can’t count on the timeshare company to point you towards the best vacation package. Getting you locked into an agreement is their only concern. Each of our clients wish they would have taken the time to consider their choices before committing to something they knew little about. Regardless, helping you understand the differences between right to use timeshares and other travel packages will hopefully help you make informed decisions moving forward. Today we’re going to talk about travel clubs.

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Travel Clubs – Discounts Without Much Obligation.

This form of travel derives from an established consortium of corporations and individuals that work together to develop an affiliation of wholesale travel packages. The stakeholders running the show typically come from the travel and customer service industries. Because of this, it’s easy for them to market to their ideal customers. It also gives their sales teams quite a bit of ammunition when it comes to signing people up. While new acquisition strategies sometimes mirror those of the timeshare industry, the product itself is quite different.

Travel clubs provide their members with access to discounted travel packages in exchange for a fee. The payment obligation normally includes a one-time enrollment fee along with a monthly or annual renewal. The extent of travel club discounts vary and are largely based on availability, capability (vendors) and exchange programs. If you travel a lot, rewards or loyalty programs can easily turn a nominal investment into a worthwhile return. But members aren’t the only groups of people that benefit from the travel clubs.

Unlike fractional ownership, travel clubs have two types of customers: users and vendors. Travel agents, resorts, hotels and even airlines use the platform to market an array of travel products and deals to a pool of travel-eager customers. Although retail prices will always be more attractive to vendors, travel clubs allow them to position discounts to frequent, in-market travelers. This gives them a higher probability of selling last minute deals.

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The more users a travel club has, the more appealing it is to potential vendors. In order to attract members, travels clubs typically target a specific demographic. A majority of travel clubs have some sort of theme and members usually have certain preferences that their club caters to. Although the coordination of professional travel (speakers, CEO’s, teachers, doctors, athletes, etc..) is one of the main reasons travel clubs exist, there are other partialities that certain travelers value. Golfers, disabled travelers, veterans, skiers, singles, families and even women’s groups can join travel clubs tailored to their interests.

The main benefit of a travel club is that memberships aren’t forever binding (perpetual). If at any point you’re dissatisfied with the service, you’re not obligated to renew. You’ll never own a timeshare deed like fractional ownership does. If you’re told otherwise, then you’re probably invested into a timeshare point certificates program. These are basically travel club memberships with perpetual contracts.

Similar to fractional ownership, you have to be careful who you’re giving your money to. The travel industry is riddled with scams, especially when internet and phone transactions are involved. If you’re considering a travel club, make sure it’s right for you. There are plenty of options for you to choose from. If you’re able to find something cheap and memberships grow over time, you could be in for some amazing offers.

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Right to Use Contracts – Timesharing Without Perpetuity.

If there’s one thing you should remember about true (deeded) timeshare ownership, it’s that your obligation lasts forever. It’s important that you truly understand what perpetual means. No matter how much you pay towards the property, the ceasing of payments is not on the horizon. Those that shy away from perpetuity commonly view “right to use” (RTU) timeshares as a more favorable option. But for the most part, they’re pretty much the same. Just because buyers aren’t locked into a lifetime of payments doesn’t necessarily make the experience that much better.

When a consumer chooses “right to use” over fractional ownership, they’re basically saying they need a way to get out of the contract if something were to go wrong. It’s essentially the timeshare industry’s solution to combating skepticism. This travel option essentially gives travelers the “right to use” a timeshare during an agreed-to period of time. The length of the contract can be anywhere from 15-99 years and normally involves a local property management company or resort development firm. The main difference between a deeded purchase and an RTU is the lessor never actually owns the property. The property manager or developer retains deeded ownership. Instead of paying on a mortgage, buyers lease the timeshare with the same responsibilities fractional owners have. Taxes, maintenance fees and assessments are still their obligation.

But not every detail is the same. There do happen to be a few perks. Accelerated programs allow RTU timeshares to be a little more flexible. Because these agreements assign a specific number of usage units, lessors don’t have to be limited to annual or bi-annual trips. They can book three vacations per year, every three years if they want to. Also, during their “right to use” period, buyers can transfer, rent or dump the remaining years of their lease. Some users also have an option to make exchanges.

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RTU agreements typically give buyers access to exclusive resorts in destinations that frown on deeded ownership. In other words, not many global hospitality chains invest their time and money into temporary agreements that users can terminate. This can be a blessing and a curse at the same time. While RTU contracts may help you avoid the harassing sales tactics of major travel corporations, you still might be left wanting more. Even if you really want to experience timeshare travel without the perpetual commitment, don’t force the decision until you’re confident in it. Like any other travel option, scams are lurking with persuasive sales pitches. Twenty years may not be a lifetime, but it can still do some financial damage.

Get Out of Timeshares and Travel How You Want To.

Although right to use timeshares can be appealing, limited travel options aren’t for everyone. While travel clubs have their perks, some people can find amazing deals on their own. Either way, don’t let some salesman sway your choice. If you’re considering one of these travel options but realize you’re a part of an aggressive sales pitch, it’s always best that you walk away. Like we mentioned before, the travel industry is full of bad decisions waiting to be made. Plenty of things will catch your eye or seem “good enough.” You know that you don’t want to throw away your hard-earned money. Take the time to make an informed decision and ensure your vacations are worthwhile.

In the meantime, if you or someone you know has an unwanted timeshare contract, we’d love to point them in the right direction. Far too many people spend far too much money trying to sell or get out of a timeshare agreement. Over time, it can be difficult to trust any relief program, let alone a 3rd party cancellation service. At the same time, we’re committed to helping you find a free and clear way to escape your contract. We even created a checklist to help you avoid the deceit of the industry. At the end of the day, you can always expect to speak with someone that genuinely cares at VOC.

Identify Fraudulent Timeshare Exit Companies + Other Scams.

Identify Fraudulent Timeshare Exit Companies + Other Scams.

Unfortunately, the timeshare industry is full of scams that prey on desperate vacation owners looking to escape their perpetual purchase. While negotiations with the timeshare company can be quite the struggle, many owners don’t realize how bad it can get once they venture into the realm of 3rd party relief. But you can’t blame them for seeking outside help. Over time, users become tired of the broken promises and disadvantageous upgrades or points programs. Although they’re told to avoid external solutions due to misconduct, it’s easy for them to lose faith in the legitimacy of the timeshare’s in-house advice. In turn, judgement can be clouded when it comes to recognizing fraudulent timeshare exit companies or scams.

Trusting the misleading messages of 3rd party programs is more common when consumer regret brews with desperation. A majority of resale and cancellation services know this and use it to their advantage. Targeting unhappy buyers with an empathetic pitch allows them to persuade some to pay a lot of money towards bogus offers. This causes misfortune to repeatedly rear its ugly head and timeshare owners continue to end up right back where they started.

If you follow our blog, you’ll come to realize most of our content is geared towards helping fractional owners avoid regret by making logical decisions. We’ve kind of taken it upon ourselves to expand on the deceit within the industry. Hopefully, overwhelming the market with educational material helps more people find the relief they deserve. With that being said, let’s look at some ways you can identify fraudulent timeshare exit companies and other relief scams.

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Understand How Fraudulent Timeshare Relief Programs Operate.

Before uncovering timeshare scams, you have to understand how fraudulent operations go about their business. The fact of the matter is, no one sees a scam coming. If they did, then they wouldn’t have been scammed. Realize that these conglomerates operate in an uncommon way. Unless you’re a criminal, it’s very difficult to identify manipulation.

The average consumer doesn’t want to assume the worst. We’d like to think scams are slowly deteriorating; but the crack down only causes fraudulent activity to become more complex. Therefore, you have to try to get inside the mind of a criminal and understand the psychological tactics they’re taking towards persuasion. While services may seem legit at first glance, there’s always a chance there’s more than what meets the eye.

Online Cancellation Companies May be a Mirage.

Proficient scams know how to make themselves appear reputable. Regarding timeshare relief programs, looking beneath the surface of the sales pitch is essential. Before you even listen to the offer, the validity of the company needs to be confirmed. There are a number of ways scam artists manipulate storefronts, especially online. Many people don’t realize fraudulent timeshare exit companies and co-conspirators can operate from anywhere in the country when they have a digital presence. Since many of us Google everything, all they need to do is establish some form of credibility.

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The easiest way they appear real is by stealing another company’s online identity. Fraudulent operations do this by claiming to represent a business (commonly a lesser known LLC) and building a phony website around their branding. All they need to do is link to credible review platforms to come across as credible (more about this below). Using an actual business also allows them to appear as though they’ve been in business for quite some time. While this may seem like it would be easy to figure out, you’d be surprised.

Even when another company’s identity isn’t being used, it’s just as easy for predatory agencies to create a fake business. Their approach really depends on how much capital they have for “start up costs.” Some scams even go as far as quickly changing their name and services in order to retarget victims once the initial plan runs its course.

How Phony Timeshare Exit Companies Further Mislead Consumers.

In today’s digital world, nearly any piece of information can be manipulated. Practically every scam involves some sort of documentation that isn’t real. Several of our clients have been persuaded by cohesive letterheads and email signatures alone. Most of them didn’t even consider how easily that type of stuff can be created. Assuming a company is real because their logo is the same on invoices and paperwork is very risky. This is one of the psychological tactics that fraudulent timeshare exit companies use. Some fractional owners subconsciously believe they can trust the scam because of consistent branding and a physical address.

Telecommunication Strategies.

But physical appearance isn’t always enough. In order to get people to fall deeper into their pit, scam artists make sure they leave no room for skepticism. Phone calls from area codes where the business claims to be located makes things even more believable. Some scams even go as far as creating customer service hotlines with re-routed phone numbers. People value being able to speak to someone with a name and title. Subtle tactics like, “Hello my name is Jan and I’m the customer service manager at X,” really carries weight to most consumers. Some scammers study the weather in certain locations just to prepare for skepticism.

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Fraudulent timeshare exit companies also rely on influence to deceive their victims. Thoughtful scams will spend thousands of dollars for phony publications or paid promotions to make themselves seem real. One article or recommendation from a credible source (even if they’re tricked themselves) can also carry a lot of credibility. But review platforms are where they really do the most damage. Someone on the fence can be easily persuaded by a handful of “satisfied” customers.

Phony Review Services.

Even though stealing another business’s 5 star rating is easier, some would rather take the “safer” route. There are other ways to misrepresent the customer experience. Believe it or not, marketing services geared towards unethical review generation do exist. Pools of online profiles are ready and willing to leave fake 5 star reviews in exchange for money! There isn’t really a known platform that regulates insight effectively. Yelp claims to disallow phony feedback – but in reality, they don’t. Ironically, fake profiles with thousands of reviews are deemed credible there. You’d be surprised to learn how the Better Business Bureau goes about hiding consumer complaints. Even TrustPilot gives their users an opportunity to alter reviews. While this may be disheartening to say the least, we created a checklist with some great ways to identify this type of misconduct. 

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Be Prepared For Cunning Responses and Question Everything.

No matter what concerns or drawbacks you have, fraudulent operations will always know how to keep you engaged. They’ve practiced and prepared for your push back. Once they’ve got your attention, there’s normally a script they follow to gain your trust. Presenting you with the above information is their effort to establish credibility with you – whether it’s real or not. When it comes to getting out of a timeshare, you have to be critical. You need to assume the worst and take some time before pursuing relief. Any company that aggressively rushes your decision doesn’t really have your best interest at heart.

Listen, it’s not the first rodeo for many of these criminals. For the most part, they’re very intelligent people. Instead of working hard for their money, they’d rather steal. It doesn’t mean they’re stupid, it just means they’re selfish and greedy. These types of people will do anything to make pay. Like we said before, the surface can be very deceiving. Understanding their capabilities and how they go about conning you will help you avoid what can be a devastating transaction – or set of transactions moving forward. 

Since 2014, our company has provided 100% success rates and satisfied every customer along the way. You can view our checklist for avoiding fraudulent timeshare exit companies or proceed with our qualification form below.

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