commercial entity willing to pay the BBB its membership fee can actually claim to be "approved" (once their membership fee check clears). Only when an entity amasses a number of formally filed complaints against them (a process which the powerless BBB does not make at all easy) does the empty "BBB approved" claim become potentially jeopardized.
I don't know anything about Timeshare Rescue, except that they are a PCC in the genre of Timeshare Freedom, We Collect Timeshares, etc. My only point in responding to the quioted portion of the post above is to recommend not
putting too much stock into the meaningless assertion of "BBB approved".