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These people are offering (for about $4000) to arrange a deedback on my timeshare. Does anyone have any experience with them?
 

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What efforts have you made thusfar to give away your timeshare on the resale market for $1?

what did your resort say when you contacted the HOA to see if they would accept your interval back as a deedback?
 

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sorry, looked up your account.

I see you recently posted a new ad for $1, but dont appear to be offering to cover closing costs? (thats way cheaper than $4000).

previously you were still asking for money for your timeshare resale, thus noone would be interested in it on the resale market.

id also still suggest contacting your HOA to see if they would accept a deedback.
 

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also be sure you post it in the bargain forum here on the forums!
 

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These people are offering (for about $4000) to arrange a deedback on my timeshare. Does anyone have any experience with them?
Save your $4k. No one (including some obscure and dubious entity which may or may not even actually use licensed attorneys in the first place) can somehow magically "arrange a deedback" any better or any sooner than you can do for yourself --- if your resort HOA accepts deedbacks at all.

Contact your HOA President (in writing) to inquire about "deedback acceptance". Whatever the answer is, rest assured that the HOA President cares not one bit whether that question gets asked by an owner representing himself / herself, or whether it's asked within a letter from some unknown entity representing an identified owner. The "deedback" answer and the associated details will be exactly the same in either instance.

Initiating a "Bargain Deals listing" as already suggested above and overtly offering to pay all of the associated fees to transfer ownership to a new "grantee" costs you nothing, is quick and easy and surely worth the minimal time and effort involved. If you find a willing new "grantee", total transfer costs will also certainly be a lot less than $4k, even if you have to offer to pay the maintenance fee bill for the new willing recipient. Good luck.
 
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These people are offering (for about $4000) to arrange a deedback on my timeshare. Does anyone have any experience with them?
I searched for them on the BBB site, and it came back "NO SUCH ANIMAL". I then went to there web site, very impressive:rolleyes: They state on there site that they attorneys in many states, and they are BBB accredited..............strange I couldn't find them if they are accredited. Think I'd run the other way:wall: Never pay any up front money !!!
 

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Looks like they have been around since 2014. I don't see a lot of negative stuff about them. But no news is not necessarily good news. Their fee seems pretty high and I would echo everyone else who says to try to communicate directly with your resort management first before paying any company to do this for you. Here's the information from their web registry if anyone is curious.

Domain Name: USCONSUMERATTORNEYS.COM
Registrar: GODADDY.COM, LLC
Sponsoring Registrar IANA ID: 146
Whois Server: whois.godaddy.com
Referral URL: http://www.godaddy.com
Name Server: NS1.IPAGE.COM
Name Server: NS2.IPAGE.COM
Status: ok https://icann.org/epp#ok
Updated Date: 14-sep-2016
Creation Date: 15-sep-2014
Expiration Date: 15-sep-2017
 
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