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Jun 7, 2005
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This is another front for VIN Inc. I googled the Broker license number and several eBay ads for VIN Inc came up. Interestingly, they provide a broker license, but not the state in which they are licensed.

To translate their website into plain English, it says: "If your timeshare has value, we will take it off of your hands at no additional cost to you."

At least on this website they are not charging the $2995 to take it off their hands. To do that requires a timeshare salesman with a hard sale closing technique.

If my timeshare had value, I would rather just donate it to a charity that works with a broker who specializes in disposing timeshares in that resort group.