While timeshares can provide you with a lot of great memories and act as a home away from home, there can be many reasons for you to explore the options of how to get out of your timeshare. So what do you do? If you want to get out of a timeshare (without ruining your credit) there are a few options you should be aware of.
Are you seeking a way to exit your timeshare? We want to make you aware of the most popular timeshare exit scams. While you may be ready to sell your timeshare, we recommend thoughtfully approaching how you go about selling or exiting it. Many untrustworthy companies prey on owners. They understand timeshares are an emotional topic.
The latest verdict against a timeshare exit team arrived last week. Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge ruled that Real Travel, Inc. and its owners were committing fraudulent acts against the timeshare owners they promised to help. The consent judgment found the defendant with charges amounting to $500,000.
If you’re thinking about selling your Wyndham timeshare and are overwhelmed, you’re not alone. Additionally, you may be wondering if it’s possible to get out or if the “exit” companies are worth a try. We’ll take you step-by-step through the safest options to get out of your Wyndham timeshare and how to sell it.
If you need a way out, the best way to sell Worldmark timeshare is to contact your resort first. Worldmark falls under Wyndham Destinations, where they have many reliable options and safe solutions for owners. There are other ways to get out of your Worldmark timeshare, like selling it.
If you are looking for a way to get out of your timeshare, there are many options out there. Our first recommendation is to always contact your resort or developer before anything else. Most brands will have in-house exit solutions that are safe and responsible, with legitimate solutions for owners. Some owners may be targeted by timeshare cancellation companies. They may seem promising, but there are several red flags that you need to know before turning to this option.
Searching for a legitimate timeshare resale company may seem like a daunting task, but it is possible. We are going to dive into the most important things to look out for when choosing. Of course, we will touch on the warning signs of a not so legitimate timeshare reseller, too.
From June 2019, Westgate Resorts made claims against Mitchell Reed Sussman & Associates for timeshare exit fraud. In the judge’s ruling against Mitchell Reed Sussman & Associates, he says “Mr. Sussman’s letters informing timeshare owners they successfully exited… are objectively deceptive.”