Read the alert HERE.
This follows another website questioning the same family of companies and also questioning the ratings showing on the California Better Business Bureau website. You can read that article HERE.
While I personally do not like the business model or methods used by this organization, I can appreciate that for some consumers- being able to rid themselves of an unwanted timeshare through a "pay us to take your timeshare" company may be a valid choice. What I would suggest, however, to any timeshare owner who is considering paying thousands to a relief company or to a charity accepting timeshares is to just take a deep breath and ensure they have explored all their options before taking this final step.
I posted a few simple suggestions on my Wall Street Journal Blog about How to Safely Liquidate an Unwanted Timeshare Ownership. Another simple suggestion is to always call your resort to ask about the possibility of simply deeding back your unwanted timeshare to the developer. Most resorts do not allow this, but it is