Resort Legal Team is a relatively new timeshare exit company based out of Las Vegas, NV that has been operating for 2 years.
An Analysis of Resort Legal Team’s Website
Resort Legal Team’s homepage of their website features news videos about the negative aspects of timeshares. The reports were made by WSJ and CBS, but Resort Legal Team has inserted their own logo into the videos, a violation of copyright.
An examination of Resort Legal Team’s “FAQ” webpage reveals that the company does not require potential clients to meet in person as this is unnecessary and drives up cost. This is true, and it is good of the company to explain this. Resort Legal Team also transparently states on this webpage that they cannot cancel debt to a bank for a timeshare, which is an honest and respectable statement.
Resort Legal Team Reviews & Reputation
Being a fairly new company, Resort Legal Team reviews are scarce. The business has only one positive Google review and no BBB complaints, as of 1/26/2019.
However, one of the first things that comes up when searching for Resort Legal Team is a Hilton webpage that claims that the timeshare exit company mailed letters to their timeshare owners incentivizing them to cancel Hilton Grand Vacations timeshares. Hilton fought this, resulting in Resort Legal Team sending out retraction letters to their clients. The practice of blindly sending out such mail is usually a sign of a scam company, as legitimate businesses do not typically engage in such solicitation practices. However, we cannot claim this for sure in the case of Resort Legal Team.
Resort Legal Team Cost For Services
The Resort Legal Team cost does not appear online, much like other timeshare exit companies due to the specialized nature of their services and case-by-case costs. The team does provide a free consultation for their services via a contact form on their website.
Resort Legal Team’s Money-Back Guarantee & Concluding Thoughts
Resort Legal Team offers a money-back guarantee, stating on their “FAQ” webpage that customers will be refunded if their timeshare is not cancelled 18 months after the start of their service agreement. While money-back guarantees may seem to provide protection from scams, we typically do not like to recommend paying a timeshare exit company directly up-front. Too often, cases of timeshare exit companies disappearing with client’s money or going out of business without fulfilling their end of the service occur. Using a escrow payment option is one of the best ways to protect yourself from scams. No up-front fee escrow payment options allow for service charges to be paid first to a third-party holding account that only releases the funds to the company once the timeshare has been cancelled. Learn more about escrow and why you should care here.
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