Are you feeling stuck and like you can’t get out? Find some
alternatives to timeshare here (and at a jaw-dropping membership price):
don’t own one now, you’ve at least heard of them. Right?
Timeshares are a great option for some people. But not all
people benefit from owning a timeshare, and if you have ever
fallen out of love with your timeshare, you will understand
exactly how it feels to be “stuck” in one.
Some Quick Timeshare Facts:
• Average Cost for a New Timshare – $18,000
• Average Cost for Annual Fees – $500-$1000
• Average Cost to Get Rid of a Timeshare – $1200 (plus
deed/mortgage transfer costs and maybe even closing costs)
Yowza! Our membership is a much better deal (and a tiny fraction
of what a timeshare costs). I’m sure you’ll agree after you
There are many, many people who don’t use their timeshare (for
Take my aunt and uncle, for example. They bought a Timeshare
years ago. And it really hasn’t been all fun and games for
them (at least not like the timeshare advertisements portray).
A few years ago, my uncle got sick and they fell on hard times.
With my aunt now as the family breadwinner, their yearly vacation
is the first thing that got cut. But you know what? They are
still paying their annual timeshare fees. Timeshare resorts
don’t give you a break on those…even during the lean
times…even if you can’t use your timeshare like you wish you
If you are stuck and you feel like you can’t get out…
It’s not your fault.
If you just can’t take a vacation at the same time you have
access to your timeshare week and your efforts in getting the
timeshare week you really want are futile (timeshare exchanges
are never guaranteed)…
It’s Not Your Fault.
If you have to pay your annual timeshare fees year after year
after year, even though you aren’t using your timeshare…
It’s not your fault.
The timeshare companies spend millions of dollars on their slick
advertising. They hire the most aggressive salespeople who know
exactly how to push our “buy now” buttons.
The timeshare resort salespeople know that if you are stuck in a
room with them for hours on end, and if they keep pitching to you
and handing you different contracts to sign and offers and
bonuses, they just might eventually get you to sign up.
And it’s not your fault.
Most of us are unprepared for a timeshare presentation.
Timeshare companies send us some kind of free offer that states:
“Attend our presentation and get a free 7-day cruise.”
Or maybe you get a “free stay” at their resort.
They can spend money on you like this and give you freebies all
day long just to get you to attend a presentation because they
know that most people will buy from them.
Fortunately, we are NOT a timeshare company. And even though we
aren’t, our members have access to the same timeshare resorts
at a fraction of the price that a lot of other people are paying
for (an average of $18,000). We have no annual fees and no
mortgage payments. See how we compare here:
Do you know what some of the timeshare resorts do when people say
no to them and the salesperson finally stops trying to sell them
the timeshare week?
They try to sell them a membership just like ours, that uses the
same travel provider, for 3 times more than what we charge.
The “timeshare resort hype” stops right here with our membership:
Before you buy a timeshare, do your due diligence. IF you are
willing to pay annual fees, make sure you at least buy a resale
timeshare. They’re a lot cheaper than the new ones (but still
not as good a deal as ours). ?
P.S. If you own a timeshare (or know of someone who does) and you
think you may have been taken advantage of or just want to get
out of it, please call me. I know of honest companies that can
help you. 00-644-237-8910. You will not be under any obligation
to buy our membership.
P.P.S. …But if you do want our membership, it is here for the
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