Timeshare Freedom Group Reviews
Overall, most of the Timeshare Freedom Group Reviews are positive. One could expect this from a company that has appeared on many prestigious networks such as CNBC, FOX, NEWS, MSNBC, CNN, ESPN.
But as we continued to scroll down their homepage, we came across a 4-step exit process chart which helps the reader really understand how does Timeshare Freedom Group work. This shows effort as well as transparency on the company’s end, in an attempt to build trust with their clients.
The first step in the process involves scheduling a time and day at the client’s convenience, so they may have a face-to-face consultation with someone at their office. The goal of this step is to determine if the company can even accept your case. Step two is where the company collects all necessary paperwork for the cancellation, which then leads to assign you to a dedicated timeshare cancellation manager.
The third step is to evaluate the client’s contract to see what legal options are available. The fourth and last step in the process is where the client is finally free of this financial burden. One thing our team did want to mention is if you do meet in person, please proceed with caution. Typically exit companies prefer in-person consultations so they can pressure you to agree on a higher cost.
As we continued to evaluate the website, as well as online Timeshare Freedom Group Reviews, our team was able to confirm they offer a 100% Money-Back Guarantee. The company demonstrates how they put their customers first here, and this is something our team approves of.
We would have liked it if they offered escrow. You would think a company of this caliber typically has secure financial assets to back up this up. However, we’ve seen a recent patter of online complaints from past customers. And for the first we have encountered several reviews mentioning a Timeshare Freedom Group scam. Though we cannot confirm nor deny that any of these claims are true, our goal is to present you this information so that you may do so with it as you please.
And remember, when you work with a timeshare exit company, our team always recommends working with one that has no up-front fees and offers an escrow payment option.
Timeshare Freedom Group Lawsuit
In a recent article on September 23rd, 2020, PR Newswire reported that Diamond Resorts filed a lawsuit against 13 defendants; among those 13 is Timeshare Freedom Group. Diamond claims the 13 defendants created a timeshare “ring” wherein this ring, they were providing owners with false information and misleading advertisements.
According to the lawsuit that was filed, the defendants would convince owners to stop making payments on their timeshare and would then charge thousands up-front without performing the services they claim to do.
As we continued to read the article, Diamond complained how the defendants would present their exit services as a “legal” solution, would receive the support of lawyers and law firms, and inevitably led to convincing the timeshare owners to stop making payments on their contract.
When our team searched “Jordan Salkin” online, we found astonishing news about the Timeshare Freedom Group owner. As indicated by the newspaper article we discovered, Jordan Salkin was convicted of attempted murder of his girlfriend. Right now, he is still calmly holding up a retrial in Orange County, CA.
Our group tracked down an alternate paper article where Salkin’s defense attorney Michael Molfetta says something else. Molfetta says OC Prosecutor – Mark William Geller took advantage of a chance to attempt to make an issue for Salkin. He is denouncing Geller and the Newport Beach Police of “abuse of power” in a domestic violence case.