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:
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. Written by president and co‐founder of Newton Group Transfers, Gordon Newton, the free guide is the first of its kind to publish everything a timeshare owner should know before beginning the exit process in one place.
The easy‐to‐read, comprehensive guide sheds light on the industry, while disclosing confusing contractual language often used by resorts to keep customers in the dark. Having worked as an executive in the timeshare exit industry for over a decade, Newton shares his industry knowledge and best practices, as well as common scams to avoid.
“Before the launch of The Consumer’s Guide to Timeshare Exit, people were coming to me and saying, ‘I’ve been burned before’ and ‘I thought I did my homework’,” Newton said. “I wrote this guide because timeshare owners are never more vulnerable than when they’ve made the decision to end their timeshare ownership. The resale market is flooded, the resorts have stacked the deck, and con artists are waiting to take advantage of their situation.”
The Consumer’s Guide to Timeshare Exit will provide readers with the needed information to exit a timeshare safely and efficiently, eliminating countless hours of research while protecting current owners from future financial loss.
The updated guide provides valuable information on timeshare exit topics, including:
- How to choose the right timeshare exit company or attorney
- Which timeshare exit strategies involve the most risk
- Strategies to approach with caution
- Common scams and red flags in the exit process
- Reasons why timeshares are devalued on the resale market
The updated guide also includes language pulled directly from one U.S. timeshare resort’s public offering statement 249 pages in length; language most consumers fail to read or review.
Eduardo Lopez, a native of Austin, Texas, is one of thousands of consumers who downloaded the original Consumer’s Guide, which launched in March of 2018. Unfortunately, this was not before he and his wife fell victim to a timeshare exit scam from a company which bilked them out of $29,000.
Lopez stated, “Had I known the layers of verification to vet this company based on the information I learned in the ‘Consumer’s Guide,’ I would have easily discovered they weren’t who they said they were.”
The Consumer’s Guide to Timeshare Exit is available via free download at https://newtongrouptransfers.com/guide.