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Question for Timeshare Relief saviors

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I read your response to Cindy in Timesharing Today, and would be very interested to know who you pay to get rid of the the timeshares, you so willingly take off owner's hands who don't want them anymore--after they pay you that hefty upfront fee! :confused:
 

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Ebay timeshare listings cost $35 plus another $35 when they sell. That's who they pay $35 to, that's who...
 

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Timeshare Relief, Inc. accuses Cindy of making money in a timeshare buying and selling scheme. They accuse Cindy of being unhappy that their wonderful company has come along to deter weary timeshare owners who can't find a remedy away from her! They deny listing timeshares on eBay two weeks after their presentation, calling this accusation..."blatantly untrue". Poor victims! :hysterical:
 

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Just read this reply in TS Today myself...

they certainly know how to spin things thats for sure.
 

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Timesharing Today is a print magazine requiring a paid subscription. Issues are also available online at www.tstoday.com, but a paid subscription (less expensive than the print edition) is also required for that.
 

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Can you cut and paste the discussion?

Timesharing Today is a print magazine requiring a paid subscription. Issues are also available online at www.tstoday.com, but a paid subscription (less expensive than the print edition) is also required for that.
 

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Unfortunately, that's not permitted here as it would violate Timesharing Today's copyright.

I recommend subscribing to the magazine. It comes at timesharing from a different standpoint than TUG, reporting much more on industry news than you see on TUG. It also includes numerous resort reviews, discussions of controversial topics (such as the postcard companies) and letters (such as Cindy's on the same topic) from readers. The online site has a searchable database of past articles (by key words) accessible to subscribers.

In my view, Timesharing Today has a number of weaknesses compared to TUG. As examples, there is no helpful consumer-oriented interaction such as we have on this BBS and the number of reviews is very small compared to TUG's database.
 
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