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Timeshare Cure Review

Timeshare Cure is yet another timeshare exit company that claims it can cancel your timeshare. The company is based in Branson, Missouri and has been in business since 2013. The official company name is Timeshare Cures, LLC.

The company’s website isn’t very impressive and does not look like it was completed. Some of the pages are blank or missing content and the homepage looks unprofessional. It is interesting that they have a Facebook widget on their homepage that displays comments from customer’s who’ve used their service. One of these customers, Ernie Perry, has the following to say about the company:

This comment is from 2 years ago, but it is odd that Timeshare Cure has allowed this comment on their homepage and hasn’t bothered to respond to it. This is not a good sign.


When reviewing the actual content on the website, nothing is out of the ordinary. The company doesn’t lie on its website, which is more than we can say about other timeshare exit companies.

It seems that “Timeshare Cure” is a name used for various timeshare exit companies dating back to 2011. When doing research, make sure you’re reading about the company in Branson, Missouri and not a company in Canada or anywhere else.

Timeshare Cure Cost & Fees

Timeshare Cure cost and fees are not available on the company’s website. Timeshare cancellation is a specialized service, so it is usually impossible to find a timeshare exit company’s cost on its website. Sometimes we’re able to get an idea of the cost from reviews and complaints, but in this case we aren’t able to find anything.

Timeshare Cure Reviews

Recent Timeshare Cure reviews on the company’s Facebook page are all positive. Customers mention a professional operation and are happy to finally be out of their timeshare.

Heading over to the Timeshare Cure BBB page and we see one negative review from a woman who had a similar experience of Ernie Perry. Apparently, she had signed up with the company, but was later asked for additional fees to cancel her timeshare. In this instance, Timeshare Cure did respond to the BBB complaint and offered a full refund. Two other reviews on the BBB are positive.

Overall, based the reviews mentioned above, it appears that Timeshare Cure may be charging an up-front fee to help timeshare owners get rid of their timeshares. We here at TimeshareExitCompanies.com only recommend working with timeshare exit companies that do not charge an up-front fee. If you pay a company up-front, you have no guarantee that they’ll actually get you out of your timeshare. The company could simply take your money and disappear.

To learn more about how to exit your timeshare without paying an up-front fee, fill out the contact form on the right side of this page or initiate a live chat in the bottom right corner.