Lonestar Transfer Reviews
Lonestar Transfer reviews are primarily positive on several online platforms. As our team mentioned earlier, numerous TV and radio shows such as 94.9 KLTY, 660 AM The Answer, KRLD 1080, WBAP 820am, Sean Hannity, Fox Business, Fox News, The Hugh Hewitt Show, The Michael Medved Show, and more. Endorsements are a positive sign because it demonstrates these companies are willing to put their reputation on the line for Lonestar Transfer. Still, these endorsements could be paid for and do not guarantee a company is reputable.
As we reviewed the company’s website, we learned, only owners who have completely paid off their timeshare qualify for the title transfer services. Those who do not qualify must use Lonestar timeshare agency’s cancellation service. A title transfer typically means transferring your deed to a third-party corporation or someone is willing to take it off your hands. Another service the company discusses is their timeshare mortgage termination service. Lonestar Transfer does well here by explaining their very foundation of contract cancellation is due to timeshare sales representatives breaking consumer protection laws.
Lonestar Transfer explains how numerous timeshare sales staff tend to use high pressure sales tactics and mislead people by not explaining important disclosures. However, the company recommends that you should not reach out to the timeshare resort directly when you have intentions of cancelling your contract. Lonestar Transfer timeshare’s argument is that the resort could potentially “trap” you into your contract with them. Our team disagrees with this statement because some companies such as Hilton, Marriott, Holiday Inn, and Wyndham have timeshare exit programs of their own. You should try to see what the resort can offer you first, before discrediting them completely.
Another important find our team came across is a “100% in-writing guarantee.” This translates to a 100% Money-Back Guarantee that Lonestar Transfer offers. This is a positive sign because it shows how much the exit company values the consumer. As enticing as this offer can be, we still recommend an escrow option over the guarantee. Money-back guarantees still mean up-front fees, meaning you are still vulnerable to a timeshare exit scam. Who’s to protect you the day the exit company decides to file for bankruptcy? Now they’ve run off with your money and you’re still yet to cancel your timeshare.
Now we’re not saying Lonestar Transfer is going to do this; on the contrary the company seems like they have pretty secure financial assets to back up their guarantee. Our team prefers escrow because it removes all up-front fees, thus eliminating that risk completely. Plus this provides more peace of mind for the consumer knowing their money is safe with a third party escrow account. If you already have been scammed thousands with a timeshare, why would you want to run that risk of losing thousands more? We could not confirm if Lonestar Transfer timeshares charge up-front, but this still does not change our recommendation of an exit company who offers escrow versus one with a 100% Money-Back Guarantee.