The Timeshare Pitch You Want To Hear!

I was barely out of high school when I received a letter in the mail claiming I had won a free dinner for myself and a guest at a new luxury resort.  I couldn’t believe my luck!  I called my best friend at the time and asked if she wanted to go with me, and of course she said yes.

I called the number on the letter and confirmed my dinner reservation for two.

When we got to the restaurant, they directed us to a room in the back with a long table and a projector screen in the front.  I thought we were going to watch a movie.

During dinner, they turned the projector on.  It wasn’t a movie at all but a presentation about the timeshare resort we were having dinner at.  I thought to myself “what the heck are we watching a film about this place for?”.  I didn’t know it at the time, but it was my very first timeshare pitch.

After dinner, we were approached by a man who wanted to tell us more about the resort and how we could own part of it.  He gave us the usual pitch, which by now, I know so well.

I told him I was only eighteen and broke.  He was no longer interested in talking to me and my friend and I left the restaurant.

Now thirty-five years after that “free dinner”, I am all too familiar with the timeshare pitch. Even Spongebob Squarepants, The Simpsons, Family Guy, South Park, Always Sunny, Undercover Boss have portrayed the 90 minute presentation with arm twisting, bait and switch, goofy gift, being held hostage for hours on end, and lineup of slick creeps that try to convince you to buy something you don’t want, understand, or need. If you have had the misfortune of this pitch in Mexico they most likely used booze approach to convince you to make this wonderful vacation last a lifetime!

The resort reps seem to be everywhere I go – with kiosks which read “sign up to win a free vacation” or some other wonderful goodie.  They’re in hotel lobbies, popular attractions, supermarkets and malls.  I get letters or robo calls claiming the same thing.  I no longer fall for the tricks to lure me to a timeshare sales pitch.

There is, however, a pitch you’ll want to hear if you no longer want or enjoy your timeshare, or are sick of paying high maintenance fees. is a company which focuses on this very thing.  Their highly trained staff of timeshare specialists have cancelled over 10,000 timeshare contracts and provide a 100% money back guarantee.

Far from being a “pitch”, their common sense approach and 100% guarantee takes the pressure off and makes the whole process easy.

Sponsor Information: is the leader in the Vacation Resale Brokerage Business and innovators of timeshare resale services for individual consumers and software for resale agents. Since 1979 (over 38 years) we have had original management. All of our Timeshare Agents are Resale Specialists and members of NAR, the National Association of REALTORS®.

We pioneered the first timeshare resale broker website on the Internet in 1995. We advertise on many more.

People wanting to sell and get rid of a timeshare benefit from the professionalism of a licensed timeshare resale broker who stay on top of the ever changing technology as well as industry direction. We work with all buyers for the vacation properties registered in our database. We have a team of REALTORS® and personnel who are forever assisting the buyers, sellers and insure that the time share sale transaction is as smooth and easy as possible. Call today to get rid of the timeshare albatross!  Call us at 1-800-247-4392

Experience: We have sold and closed timeshares in over 29 countries, in 47 states in the USA, have closed deals with sellers and buyers from over 89 countries. We have helped thousands of owners get out of an their unwanted unit.  We have a program that gets you out of your property without waiting for a buyer too.  This stops the fee payment burden right away.

We offer all our expertise to you!

What are you waiting for, Call us from the USA or Canada at 1-800-247-4392 or Internationally 1-936-588-4884.

Our offices are at 14500 Hwy 105, Conroe, Texas 77304.



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