Help Me Exit is a company based in the United States that specializes in timeshare cancellation. With two different locations in Carlsbad, California, and Las Vegas, Nevada, the company claims to have over 30 years of experience in the business. They offer a free consultation and have a user-friendly website with informative content. They also go by the name of Consumer Edge Travel Solutions.
The company has a transparent process that involves getting necessary information from the client via a free consultation and assigning a personal Senior Analyst to attend to the client’s questions. Afterward, the client is asked to submit essential documents that the Senior Analyst will work on. The company promises to keep clients updated throughout the process, and they will be notified in writing approximately every 45 days until all Resort Notifications are completed.
Help Me Exit has assured clients that even a deed cannot stop them from exiting their timeshare. They will work with the title and transfer company to transfer the deed back to the timeshare developer. Clients will receive a letter indicating their official exit from their timeshare’s financial burdens.
The company does not provide information about how much they charge for their services or any availability of escrow. They have also not mentioned any upfront payments, but they explain that no client is charged a fee until they have been 100% approved for a transfer.
The website is informative, and the company has provided a considerable amount of helpful information as transparently as they can. However, the company does not have any reviews on their website or social media handles, which is strange for a company that claims to have over 30 years of experience. We would advise to proceed with caution for companies that make bold claims such as this. As always, we only recommend timeshare exit companies that offer escrow and utilize attorneys that specialize in timeshare contracts. Give us a call so we can guide you on the right timeshare exit company to avoid fraudulent timeshare exit companies.