Timeshare Selling Team is a timeshare exit company located in Grover, Missouri that may be able to help you cancel your timeshare. They have been in business since 2019, and have a secondary office in Orlando, Florida.
Please note that this secondary office is not to be confused with Timeshare Sales Team, also located in Florida. They are a Gainesville operation that appears to have several negative reviews with the Better Business Bureau. Be sure not to get the two confused if you look into working with Timeshare Selling Team.
Timeshare Selling Team Website Review
At first glance, the Timeshare Selling Team website did not strike us as particularly strong, but it did not appear unprofessional, either. It was not a difficult experience navigating it, but the sections were not always easy to read, thanks to font choices and page colors. This isn’t necessarily a massive problem, though it does make it difficult to stay on the website and want to learn more about the company.
This is unfortunate, as the navigation itself is fairly smooth and points to a few different helpful sections. Most notably, Timeshare Selling Team has a page called The Complete Guide that has several sections about the process of exiting a timeshare with the company, including information on what typically goes wrong with timeshares in the first place. They list out details about different reasons people need to exit timeshares, ways to exit or sell a timeshare, different scams to look out for, and steps to keep in mind during the exit process. It is more extensive than we expected it to be, and does not use shallow language to get their ideas across. So this is a good idea in theory, but again, it’s as hard to read as the rest of the website. This could keep you from really getting the bulk of the information that would be helpful in discerning whether you want to work with them.
On the About Us page, Timeshare Selling Team has a long section on who their staff members are. While the details of each individual’s experience are not present, and there are not any staff members with specific legal experience, the page does note that Timeshare Selling Team works with attorneys at separate firms on an as-needed basis.
The FAQ page reiterates this information. Their questions and answers are mostly related to the costs and details about working with Timeshare Selling Team, but they also speak to working with attorneys and law firms to expedite the process. As with the staff page, there aren’t many details about this part of the process, but it is something to keep in mind and potentially ask about should you decide to consult with this company.
Overall, the website is decent, and speaks to the company’s knowledge of timeshare exit processes, but design and legibility issues persist. This could just be indicative of their being a newer company, but it would be preferable to see this spruced up so they could appear more trustworthy to new clients and differentiate themselves from more fraudulent operations.
Timeshare Selling Team Cost
We did not find much information about Timeshare Selling Team’s costs on their website. On their FAQ page, there is one question about the overall cost to exit a timeshare, but they write that:
“Unfortunately, this is not a one size fits all, every ownership has its own unique circumstances. There are a lot of variations from resort to resort on how the process works. Even if you own at the same resort the process can be slightly different depending on many variables (Amount of Point contracts, weeks contracts, mortgage balances, maintenance fees behind).”
On the same page we found, as you often see with timeshare exit companies, a money-back guarantee. This is not something we like seeing; in general, it is a far better decision to work with a timeshare exit company that uses escrow for payments. You can learn more about why we prioritize companies of that nature and prefer escrow here.
Timeshare Selling Team Review
Timeshare Selling Team is not accredited by the Better Business Bureau yet, but they have a high rating of 4.92 out of five stars.
In the midst of the several positive reviews are two complaints, both from the same person, to which Timeshare Selling Team did respond. It is related to a complicated situation with a deceased person who was working with them to cancel a timeshare.
The company’s reply seems professional and legitimate, though it is hard to discern the entirety of the situation given the limited information we could get from this complaint alone.
Nevertheless, this does seem to line up with an overall willingness to remedy tricky situations with past and present clients. For example, while they do have several positive Google reviews that speak to good experiences working with them, there was one standout negative review about the length of the process that made it seem as if their case had been dropped. After the company responded and apparently continued to work with that client, she followed up with a newly positive take. While that’s something to take with a grain of salt, of course, it does appear to show consistency.
Timeshare Selling Team seems to use more of a word-of-mouth marketing route, as they have a few PR pieces in smaller and local publications to speak to their work. We found online write-ups from both PR News Wire and Newstime Missouri. This is not something that seems to be very common with their contemporaries and competitors, but it is certainly preferable to posting artificially inflated reviews on sites like the BBB and TrustPilot. (In terms of TrustPilot, Timeshare Selling Team did not have any reviews posted there yet when we looked.)
General Advice on Avoiding Online Scams
We tend to have about companies like Timeshare Selling Team who have a less-than-remarkable online presence because that can be a red flag when it comes to online scams. While this isn’t to say that this company is one, it’s good to know what is indicative of a scam so you avoid the loss of time and money that owning a timeshare has cost you.
Be sure to keep the following tips in mind to avoid scams and shady companies:
- Resist any pressure to act fast or pay for a service right away.
- Inquire about licensing, insurance, and identification with all local businesses.
- Check the fine print, and don’t believe everything you read.
- Watch out for high upfront payments and nontraditional payment methods.
Overall, Timeshare Selling Team seems to be off to a decent start in the timeshare exit industry, and appear to not only know what they are talking about but to be willing to work with clients to remediate any misunderstandings. However, they have some work to do to make it look like they are as legitimate as they most likely are, given that they have been around for two years now. While they are worth looking into, we would not say this is necessarily a robust recommendation, or a recommendation at all, since Timeshare Selling Team, like many other companies, asks for upfront payments.
You should bear in mind, of course, that there are several timeshare exit companies that do not require initial payments, and are very professional and easy to work with. Please be sure to have a look at our list of recommended exit companies to see what other options you have. And should you have any further questions about any of these companies, or anything else related to cancelling your timeshare, please feel free to get in touch. You can do so by filling out the contact form on the right side of the page, initiating the live chat, or calling us at 833-416-8796.