Try to your timeshare away. Read DeniseM link she provided. I have found new homes for many of my timeshares I could not use gifting them to other tuggers or lookers in the tug marketplace. There are many other places to offer it too. Instead of paying a scammer offer some incentives, pay all closing costs, pay a year of maintenance fees, even two if you need to.Company in Bentonville, Arkansas contacted me. Any one familiar with them? Any one had specific dealings with them?
and in just a shade under 2 years....some owners might actually get money back!
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge today announced a judgment against Bart Bowe, co-owner of Bentonville, Arkansas-based Real Travel, LLC. Real Travel and its owners, Bow…www.kark.com
this is why it is SO IMPORTANT to file your complaint with your atty generals office. the only folks who will get a share of this judgement are those who did!
Thank you! This popped up in my Twitter feed yesterday. Arkansas did a great job with this case. Some numbers that may not have made the news coverage. The state received 83 complaints about Real Travel LLC with reported losses of just shy of $991K. That's nearly $12K per complaint. 66 of the complainants were over 60, so nearly 80 percent were legally seniors (the age of what is a senior differs by state).
What is the HOA please???Here's the red flag. THEY CALLED YOU! Nobody is going to call you to give you money. They can't do anything you can't do yourself. For FREE. 99.9% of these upfront fee outfits are scams. We haven't looked into the rest of them. They take your money, then what incentive do they have to do any more toward finding a new owner? There are NO MAGIC WORDS to 'get out' of a timeshare. You own it until YOU find a new owner or are able to return the deed to the resort. Many TUGgers have contacted the HOA and been shown how to deed it back. This is often the surest and cheapest way out.
A Benton County judge ordered Real Travel LLC co-owner Brian Scroggs to pay more nearly $2.7 million in restitution and fines as part of a default judgment.