There will be costs associated with contract cancellation and they vary from case to case. Through our experiences we have learned that your individual situation must be fully evaluated before we can advise you of any applicable costs. We offer you a free, no obligation consultation so that, together, we can find the best options for you.
No, we will not ask you for money for reaching out for help. You can discuss all options available to you at your free consultation.
In our experience, cancellations take, on average, 3 months. However, we have seen cancellations be as quick as 2 weeks, and as long as 18 months.
Once your situation has been assessed at your free consultation, you will be assigned the most appropriate Case Manager exclusively assigned to your case. Case Manager will guide you through the process every step of the way.
No, witht the onset of Contract Relief Services, we send dispute notification letters to all 3 credit bureaus within 3-5 business days after you have completely signed our agreements to begin services. This would be a great question to bring up to your assigned Case Analyst.
YES! Once you have signed the Service Agreement and have been assigned to your personal Case Analyst they will instruct you of what to do. Please consult with your Case Analyst before you stop making any payments, just to be safe.
Yes, we offer our Timeshare Cancellation and Relief Programs at 100% Money-Back Guarantee to each client because we are so confident in our ability to have your contract released with our experience and background legal knowledge, if we are unsuccessful no questions asked you will be entitled to a full refund of all monies paid into company.
Your will be exclusively assigned to his or her case analyst located within our Corporate Offices who will work with the client from beginning to end 24/7 communications. Client’s must follow their case analyst guidance to ensure a timely release of your contract/s. We say JUMP, you say how high…
The cancellation & refunds happen at the same time, clients will receive a settlement and release offer from the Resort Developer, upon acceptance the resorts will usually put the refund back onto the original method of payment used on day 1 of the Tour Presentation. Great question to ask your Case Manager during the initial “Verification Call”.
Great Question, it all depends on how long you’ve held ownership for and how many times of usage at the property, and they will usually calculate a fraction of the monies paid into the Developer. Beat Advice, if the Timeshare Resort Developer offers you anything, take it and wash your hands of this completely. If you wanted to guarantee ALL your money back, you would need to file a class action lawsuit, which will cost you in the end.