I’m Michael Santos, author and consumer advocate. Once again, I’m endorsing the professionals at Timeshare Compliance. As I’ve mentioned previously, I believe in their work so much, I invested in the company. The team’s professionalism, along with its commitment to customer service and excellence makes me proud to serve as their spokesperson.
I wouldn’t jeopardize my reputation to endorse Timeshare Compliance if I didn’t know and approve of their procedures. I’ve read of too many scammers that masquerade as being able to assist people who want to get rid of their timeshares. They lack the integrity of the professionals at Timeshare Compliance.
For example, the excellent online magazine Inside The Gate profiled a news stories reporting on people who are on their way to prison for their role in committing timeshare fraud.
The Associated Press reported on Rani F. Khoury, of Apopka, Florida. He pleaded guilty to conspiring with Fabian C. Fleifel in a scheme to sell timeshares for people. They collected thousands in fees, ostensibly, to cover costs associated with selling timeshares.
The Department of Justice reported that the conspirators employed people to make unsolicited calls to timeshare owners. The telemarketers fed the owners with lies about having buyers waiting to purchase the timeshares. They urged the owners to pay a fee that would allow them to “list” the timeshares. They created fake businesses and used fraudulent addresses to collect funds.
Another article reported a scam in Orlando with similar behavior, of people claiming to sell timeshares.
What I like about Timeshare Compliance is the commitment to transparency. They do not cold-call timeshare owners. In an effort to understand their business model and how they carry out their commitment to customer service, I interviewed all of the founders. From those interviews, I wrote a process manual, an organizational chart, and the Timeshare Compliance Manual.
Through all of their documentation, the team at Timeshare Compliance affirms that they do not pretend to sell timeshares, donate timeshares, or rent timeshares. In fact, they give away their entire process with their Compliance Manual. They empathize their mission of helping the relatively small percentage of people who feel as if they’ve been manipulated by unethical sales practices, and they always state that they cannot help everyone. It’s part of their service agreement, which I like.
Anyone who wants to learn how the professionals at Timeshare Compliance serve clients who want to cancel timeshare contracts can access the free copy of the Timeshare Compliance Manual.
Or call 1-800-705-6856 for more information. I stake my name and reputation on their integrity.