Cavalry Financial Services is a timeshare exit company based in Albuquerque, New Mexico. They have been in business since late 2019 and are considered a Consumer Advocacy Group that is dedicated to providing customers with solutions to their timeshare problems. They claim to be a leader in the Consumer Advocacy industry but there is little to be seen that backs up those claims. Are they telling the truth, or are they just desperate for a customer base?
Cavalry Financial Services Website Review
Immediately the website leaves little to be desired. Most companies these days will either employ a web designer to craft their site for them, or they’ll use a hosting template like WordPress, Wix, or Squarespace to create a site for them. If this site was designed by a web designer, they didn’t work very hard on it.
The logo and landing page both look cheap and the landing page itself is organized in color blocks with stock photos intermixed. Their contact information is in a font that doesn’t match the rest of the theme or the fonts of the website and it is in bold so it detracts the eye away from everything else. This could be because they want you to call them immediately and the larger and bolder font choice shows you where to look first, but it takes away from the overall appearance of the website more than anything else.
Another annoying addition to this bolded contact information is shown when you first load the web page and the phone number spins into view as a little effect. This approach may make sense for older folks as they would prefer something more simplistic in design where they can easily locate the contact information and navigate the layout. Even though it may be simplistic for a functional reason, it can also lower the credibility of the company and lead individuals to navigate away.
For a company so new in the game, the design is outdated and the information provided isn’t thorough enough to give potential clients an idea of what their credentials are. They make a claim in their ‘About Us’ section to be a leader in consumer advocacy, but with only a year of business under their belts that seems to be a lofty statement. Googling doesn’t give you much more information about who runs Cavalry Financial and their BBB page doesn’t provide anything in the way of who owns the LLC or runs the service.
The only bit of information we get about who runs this exit company is on their FAQ page, where they confirm they are not attorneys. So all we really know about them at all is that they are a Consumer Advocacy Group that has been in business since 2019, and there are no testimonials to guide potential clients.
They claim that they are a proud member of the U.S Chamber of Commerce but aren’t even accredited by the Better Business Bureau. This definitely raises some immediate red flags that this company is not what they say they are. They do have a contact page where you can fill out a contact form, call them, email them, or even fax them if that’s your preference.
Their ‘Services’ page provides some information on how they conduct their business so it is worth a read if clients get that far. They claim that their goal is to completely release their clients from their timeshare contracts and eradicate their back mortgage and maintenance or membership fees. They also offer a free consultation so that you can talk with them about your issues before you hire them.
They also claim they tailor-make their solutions for every individual account, but that’s not something that can really be backed up by their website unless you contact them first. We want to warn you against potential scams as this is one of the ways that scammers can lure in unsuspecting victims. The website does not have much to it and urges you to contact them rather than providing any concrete information.
This is a great way for scammers to get ahold of you and masquerade as a timeshare exit company in order to get your information. You need to be careful every time you contact one of these companies, but especially if there is nothing online to lead you to believe the company is legitimate. Cavalry Financial Services raises those red flags more than once having no LinkedIn presence, BBB profile, or much of anything else to assure the potential client that they aren’t handing their information over to a business that isn’t accredited.
This as well as a website that is unpolished and devoid of definitive information or credentials leaves this service lacking.
Cavalry Financial Services Reviews
One of the things that really isn’t giving Cavalry Financial Services a gold star, is their startling lack of credentials and testimonials. They have essentially laid out plenty of claims that they are a leader and will be able to get you out of any contract with a timeshare company without any credentials to back them up. When you search Cavalry Financial Services, their office in New Mexico shows up with two google reviews. Further than that, there is little information regarding this service to fully confirm if they are a reliable resource.
Googling doesn’t even tell us who owns the company, though they do respond to a single review on their Google Reviews. Both reviews are overall positive, giving the business 5 stars and claiming that they were professional and got them out of their timeshare troubles quickly and efficiently. One of the reviews is from 11 months ago, while the other is just from a month ago so there isn’t any consistent or ongoing knowledge about this company.
One individual under the name MomTheBomb1 on Google Reviews claimed he was incredibly grateful to the team at Cavalry Financial for their hard work and dedication to getting him out of his timeshare and clearing his outstanding balances. This is the comment that received the response from supposedly the owner of the business, thanking them for their kind words. This is incredibly odd as it is difficult to get even the smallest hint of who is on staff or who owns this business from simple research.
The more recent review under the name of Rick Powell claims they were skeptical at first because they had been mistreated by Timeshare Exit Companies before. Allegedly Cavalry Financial managed to do what every company thus far hadn’t been able to accomplish and got them out of their timeshare quickly and efficiently.
Overall this spread of reviews speaks positively of the company but it seems so out of place for a company that has so little known about them online.
Cavalry Financial Services Cost
It isn’t mentioned on their website how much their services cost, or how they conduct their payment. This is another red flag as you want details about if your exit company is going to do upfront payment or escrow payment. We highly recommend going with a company that offers escrow payment so you don’t have to worry about being scammed out of your money.
They do offer that initial free consultation so if you do decide to inquire, you’ll want to ask about their costs and payment plans upfront so there are no surprises once you get involved. If you are really concerned and aren’t sure you want to go with a company that doesn’t offer their fees and payment information initially, you may want to keep searching.
If we are going to be really honest about how much faith we have in this company, it isn’t much. The website leaves a lot to be desired and hasn’t been crafted in a way that will draw in potential clients. With the lack of information about the team or the owner of the group, you aren’t given the appearance that this company is legitimate.
The copy of their website also offers very little in the way of actual information on what they do to help you get out of your timeshare contracts and waive outstanding balances. You get a little information, essentially stating that they’ll work with you as soon as you contact them, meaning you open yourself up to possible repeated contact even if you don’t want to work with them after the initial consultation. This doesn’t bode well for timeshare owners who are already struggling to deal with their shady timeshare management.
If you’re looking for trustworthiness and reliability there are no guarantees here that can be backed up by more than two Google reviews and the claims they make on their website. We recommend looking into a service that ensures the client there are dedicated and knowledgeable individuals that will handle each case. If you’re not going with an attorney, or an attorney-based service, an exit company that has solid reviews and more official information from the Better Business Bureau will certainly offer more to those struggling with a timeshare than Cavalry Financial Services.