Newton Group Transfers Reviews
Our team noticed that many online Newton Group Transfers reviews are primarily mixed. Taking a closer look at the company’s website, a couple of things did stand out to our team. Newton Group has been featured on many excellent TV and News platforms such as CBS, NBC, FOX, ABC NEWS, US NEWS, FORBES, and even Quicken Loans.
But as we mentioned earlier endorsements do not necessarily guarantee if a company is reputable. What did impress us was the company’s strong positive presence on all platforms such as Google, BBB, Trustpilot, So Tell Us, Glassdoor, and more.
Newton Group Transfers reviews also show video testimonials from their past clients. The company does well here by adding authenticity to their customer feedback, versus only displaying written reviews. The company mentions that if your situation requires a transfer, then they will pursue this exit option.
However, if they believe your situation requires attorneys, then Newton Group will hire a specialized timeshare attorney for your case. We admire this because our team believes the most legitimate way you are going to exit your timeshare is through a timeshare attorney. If you signed a legally binding document, it would make sense to seek assistance from someone who has devoted their life to studying the law.
As we continued to review the company’s website we came across a statement Newton Group makes where if a contract is agreed upon, they will offer you a 100% Money-Back Guarantee in writing. We admire this from Newton Group Transfers not only for the money-back guarantee but because they are willing to put this in writing, giving owners a sense of reassurance. Any sales rep can make a verbal promise, we’re sure you were told many things that were not necessarily true when you purchased your timeshare. To put those promises down in writing, that’s a different level of assurance. In the event Newton Group fails to help you cancel your timeshare, clients will get their service refunded as well as any property taxes, maintenance fees, or any special assessment fees paid to the resort on your behalf.
As you may know, many exit companies over promise! Timeshares are being sold for $1 on websites such as ebay.com and craigslist. We highly suggest you stay careful when someone is offering to sell your timeshare. Click this link to see a timeshare listed for $1.00, click here.
Another page that caught our attention, was the company has a “Timeshare Exit Scams” page where they discuss a couple of different scams to watch out for. Newton Group Transfers says to look out for any “wiring money outside of the US. A company that tells you they have a buyer and are asking you to come up with the closing costs immediately. Companies or websites that charge hundreds or even thousands of dollars to list your timeshare for sale”, and many more schemes are mentioned. One that stood out was Newton Group warns you to stay away from companies who even try and trick you into working with them! Below is a statement from the company on this topic:
The company once again has provided owners with valuable information on how they can protect themselves from common scams in the timeshare industry. Newton Group does well here by building trust with its readers by offering valuable information so they can learn to protect themselves. Overall Newton Group Transfers offers two exit services: a timeshare transfer service or a timeshare attorney cancelation service. Of course, a timeshare transfer is cheaper and a lot faster, but its success rate is nowhere nearly as high as canceling with the assistance of a timeshare attorney. In addition, it was confirmed the company charges up-front for their services, and we only recommend exit companies who have no up-front fees and offer an escrow option so you are more protected against a potential timeshare exit scam.