Has anyone ever dealt with No More Fees LLC? They claim to be able to get you out of your timeshare and work with Sumday Vacations.
Denise thanks I might try to give it away here but I doubt anyone will take it. Then if someone did I would have no idea how to proceed. I think a lot of people are hesitant to do it on there own because they dont know how to go through all the paper work.
Theo I only said that because its on his website. It says their preferred transfer company is Sumday Vacations.
In point of fact, the two entities may be (or at least, share some of) the very same people, but are merely technically "separate businesses".
If Sumday, can't dump it, they will bundle all managed by a single HOA and try to negotiate an orderly transfer to the HOA, those that can't be sold or given back are transferred to an underfunded LLC (the Viking ship) which is allowed to dissolve insolvent.
No, very sorry Theo, but this is not a point of fact.
Sumday Vacations employs 35+ staff to fully conduct transfers at thousands of resorts, none of our staff are employed by other companies or are shared with other companies. We aren't merely or technically a "separate business" WE ARE a separate business and always have been.
We serve as a title company to some businesses and individuals, closing company to some and a marketer to others. We fill many different hats for many different companies such as the one you are referencing. All of our services are available for hire by companies. We don't telemarket, we don't collect up front fees or any of those things.
You can't blame Sumday Vacations for the way another company company chooses to do business or chooses/not chooses to use our services as their out source to make sure the title transfer is properly handled.
Jeff Brown, CEO
You are inquiring from a poster that's last appearance on TUG was 2 1/2 years ago. Don't hold your breath for an answer.
This all reminds me of a Carmax ad: Come to Carmax! We'll make you a guaranteed offer for your car whether you buy from us or not!
Sounds good in ad's or print....is rarely anything but an attempt to separate you from your money.
There is no free lunch. If it sounds too good.....it probably is too good to be true.