Travel Club & Timeshare Liquidation Secrets Revealed
Timeshare and Travel Club – Best Friends
The question is always, Should I Buy A Travel Club? However, the purpose of this article is to answer the question“What should I do with my timeshare?” The travel club industry can give credit to the timeshare industry for creating its birth. Without timeshare, travel clubs would not exist. Without disgruntled timeshare owners, liquidation companies would not exist. Travel clubs not only obtain most of their inventory from timeshare exchange companies but they also manage dead inventory for timeshare resorts. As unflattering as it may sound, travel clubs act as “bottom feeders” to acquire unwanted and valueless timeshares from liquidation companies. The company we will be reviewing for this article is American Resource Management Group, LLC.
Give back timeshare companies, timeshare donation companies, and timeshare redemption companies all serve as the aggregate absorbers acquiring virtually worthless timeshares from owners throughout the globe. A very popular company right now is operating out of Rockford, Illinois. American Resource Management Group reviews countless timeshares a day (according to their website), filling gap orders for Travel Clubs by absorbing these weeks from the consumers. For the average distressed timeshare owner, having a company like American Resource Management Group review your timeshare and accept it can help alleviate the owner from burdensome fees. So whats the catch? Many times, acquisition companies like these then force the owner to purchase a travel club to liquidate their timeshare, thereby actually repeating the cycle of burdensome fees. However, American Resource Management Group does not currently require a travel club membership purchase. This is a big savings for the individual timeshare owner just looking to liquidate their property. American Resource Management Group is BBB ACCREDITED and the information pulled from this article can be found on their BBB page.
While the “good” travel clubs have only gained popularity over the past 10+ years, the industry has been marred by true Travel Club Scams. As you will read when perusing our website, a number of travel clubs over promise and under deliver – especially when it comes to the marketing gifts. Also, some less savory Travel Clubs are truly fly-by-night and are unfortunately take money and either never perform or go out of business just months down the road.
Remember, most timeshare liquidation companies that do not have a travel club attached to their service, are significantly cheaper of an outlet to dispose of your timeshare.The biggest trend we have recently seen on our website recently is Travel Clubs soliciting “timeshare owners only” to attend sales presentations. The travel clubs are smart for two reasons by doing this. The first reason why its smart to invite timeshare owners to hear a travel club presentation is because timeshare owners truly love to travel! They typically have a strong “vacation commitment” and do not need to be coerced into traveling more with the family. Another reason why many travel clubs like to solicit timeshare owners is the perception that most timeshare owners are desperate to get rid of timeshare. Many timeshare owners have looked for years on how to cancel their timeshare but with little success. Many of these timeshare owners have even paid for timeshare rental and timeshare resale companies, but with zero results. Reputable Travel Clubs can fill that void, and get you out of your timeshare and into their travel club. But buyer beware, you may have to spend anywhere between $3,000-$6,000 to get rid of a timeshare legally using a travel club purchase as your outlet. However, you will now be burdened by the travel clubs annual fees and purchase price and you should carefully take these costs into consideration before giving up your timeshare.
In summary, if you are looking to purchase a travel club and get rid of your timeshare, be very very cautious as most travel clubs inflate their travel club purchase price, simply to lower it with your “timeshare trade in equity”. Dont over pay to get rid of your timeshare and keep a keen eye open for timeshare out reviews!
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