Call their bluff...
...Exclusive Property Management? They are offering to buy my timeshare. However, seems suspicious. Same offer mentioned above (offer was above market value, 6% commission, no explicit buyer named). Seems too good to be true.
Whoever these heretofore unknown parasites might be, rest completely assured that they are not
going to buy your timeshare --- not now, not later, not ever.
If you want to see them suddenly disappear, just offer to pay them a 12% or 18% commission (two or three times
their requested commission) --- but which they can (i.e., must) deduct from your proceeds check
. When it becomes sufficiently clear to these unknown parasites that you are not
willing to pay them any
upfront money (not one red cent) for bogus, imaginary "services" ("title search" is a popular one, as well as non-existent "pre-paid taxes", or some other such lame nonsense), they will immediately disappear faster than you can even wave "Goodbye" to them!
Their one and only game is to take your money --- it's certainly not
to buy your timeshare. You are wise to be suspicious; it sounds too good to be true and it most certainly isn't
true. Congratulations on being smart and not falling prey to these thieving parasites (or to any others of their same slimy ilk).