Category: Timeshare Exit


St. Louis BBB Exposes Alleged $18,000 Timeshare Exit Scam

It seems that as each day passes we hear about another timeshare owner being defrauded or taken advantage of by bad actors in the timeshare exit industry. Today is no exception as CBS Evening News reported on an alleged timeshare exit scam that defrauded a senior couple out of $18,000. Unfortunately, the timeshare exit industry […]

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Why “Attorneys on Staff” Do Not Protect You in a Timeshare Exit

If you are looking to end your timeshare ownership, you might have come across companies that tout having attorneys on staff as you are doing your research. At first glance, this sounds like a good thing, but did you ever stop to think that those attorneys might represent the company and not the client of […]

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How to Get Rid of a Timeshare

Since Newton Group Transfers was founded, we have helped thousands of people just like you end their timeshare ownership. With this process, comes education and understanding of each unique situation. We get many questions, most of which revolve around “How to get rid of a timeshare,” so we decided to share a few insights below. Using […]

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Newton Group’s Timeshare Exit Guide Levels the Playing Field for Consumers Locked into Timeshares

Here is our most recent press release discussing our updated Consumers Guide to Timeshare Exit. If you have not received your FREE copy yet, you can download it here: https://www.newtongrouptransfers.com/guide PHOENIX, Oct. 17, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Newton Group Transfers, the nation’s #1 trusted timeshare exit company, is releasing an updated version of The Consumer’s Guide to Timeshare Exit this week. […]

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How Long Should a Timeshare Exit Take?

Maintenance fees, special assessments, and taxes can get extremely expensive, so every month that passes during the timeshare exit process brings owners that much closer to receiving those annual bills. For this reason, most timeshare owners want to get out of their timeshare as quickly as possible ― before the following year’s fees come due. […]

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