Have you found yourself still catching up on things after the holidays? Many people find this is the time of gift returns, credit card bills, and a return to your routine. But those who have a timeshare ownership have one more thing to worry about as well. As we’ve discussed before, most timeshares require maintenance fees to be paid annually. The vast majority of these bills get sent out in January — just when people are trying to sort out all of the hectic frenzy that accompanies the end of the year. When January ends and [Read more…]
Hear what Joanne from North Carolina has to say:
“I entered into a timeshare loan in 2014. It wasn’t until Fall 2015 that I realized that it was a mistake. The monthly payments and yearly maintenance fees were getting ridiculous and I wasn’t even using the timeshare! I tried to rent it out through the company to make up for some of the payments, but it never worked out. This prompted me to start looking for ways to get rid of the timeshare.
I discovered the Timeshare Exit team summer of 2016 while browsing through Dave Ramsey’s website. I was a little skeptical at first but [Read more…]
Cynthia from Mira Loma, California is Timeshare free!
“I heard about your company on TV. I went in with my daughter because my husband had recently passed away. The young man I met was very informative regarding my situation. He took great pains so I understood that I might not be able to rid myself of the loan, but I would not be contacted by any collection agency ever. [Read more…]
With each January comes new goals and new resolutions. Without question, one of the most common New Year’s Resolutions is to lose weight. In fact, this accounts for nearly a third of all resolutions. If you’re like many people who find your physical weight resolutions taking a back-seat by the time February rolls around, it might be time to consider dropping what is weighing you down in other ways.
With each new year…
comes new commitments, new plans, and new resolutions. According to Neilson, at least 39% of people’s New Year’s resolutions are related to budget and travel. What if it were possible to make positive ground on these two goals in just one fell swoop?
It is estimated that roughly 8 million U.S. households [Read more…]