Getting Out of a Timeshare Contract.
Getting out of a timeshare contract can be difficult. It is important to consult with an expert before you decide to cancel your timeshare. There are several techniques you can use to get out of a timeshare contract.
Getting out of a timeshare contract is often accomplished through a third party ownership. This can involve renting out a week to recoup the annual fees. However, if you were promised a specific unit, the developer may refuse to release you.
Another way to get out of a timeshare contract is to use a timeshare exit company. These companies specialize in helping timeshare owners with exit problems. Getting out of a timeshare contract may be a lot easier than you think. These companies may also help you avoid financial penalties, like collection costs or foreclosure.
Consumer Consulting Group has been very effective at squashing fraudulent timeshare contracts, and winning legal claims. In fact, Consumer Consulting Group has been fighting consumer claims for more than 5 years. Several consumer protection agencies, including the Better Business Bureau, state attorney general, and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, have been aware of the problems timeshare developers have caused to consumers. Consumer Consulting Group is one of the only consumer defense firms who specialize in timeshare accounts, timeshare financial accounts, timeshare credit cards, timeshare titles, and consumer credit reports.
After a timeshare owner contacts a timeshare developer, the developer will decide whether or not to exercise its right of first refusal. The developer may also exercise its first refusal over any consideration given by a third party.
Who Can Help?
Consumer Consulting Group and its partners have developed a highly successful timeshare cancellation and title transfer program. The program has delivered years of results to qualified clients. There is a certain level of acceptance into the program. Not just anyone with a timeshare can call up and sign up. Having a qualification process allows consistent expectations and realistic workload.
“We can’t win them all, but more than 80%. The rest of them are negotiated to transfer ownership, or the developer reorganizes the obligation to what our client really wanted. Not everyone wants to get out. They really just want the right product.”, says Mark Anderson CEO of Consumer Consulting Group.
“There is a large group of the timeshare owners who have complaints not qualified as a consumer rights violations, have been victims of fraud , or disclosure issues violating truth in lending. These owners where either over sold, sold the wrong product, or had a specific need for their vacation expectations which were not met. So, they want out. I can go to the developer and negotiate a level of membership they actually want and can use. Years ago, the timeshare developer didn’t care or didn’t have a solution. Now, they are more willing to work with and come to agreement. I want to help my clients get what they want or get out of what they should not be in. It’s as simple as that.’, Mark Anderson states with a matter of fact tone.