Torrance, CA (PressExposure) January 19, 2010 -- Finding relief from a timeshare in today's economic environment is difficult at best. The situation has gone from bad to worse for many timeshare owners. In the recent USA Today article, "Many Fed-Up Time Share Owners Are Stuck Trying to Sell," the author, Roger Yu, highlights a number of timeshare owners who have faced serious financial burdens due to their timeshares. The article also provides many statistics unknown to many prospective timeshare owners and current owners alike.
The company, Timeshare Relief, Inc. recognizes the timing of the USA Today article as one that reflects the times, but wishes to point to the past when similar stories existed, yet went unheard.
"About eight years ago, we purchased a timeshare and could not find a way to get out of it once we decided the timeshare did not fit our lifestyle," said co-founder and Vice President of Timeshare Relief, Cindy Martin. "We lived through that situation ourselves. But there was no one to help us.
"There were so many other timeshare owners stuck with timeshare contracts that they did not want or could not afford. Once we figured out what to do, we wanted to help others," continued Martin.
"The USA Today article points out and validates everything that we have been saying about timeshare contracts since day one [of Timeshare Relief] over six years ago. We're happy that the information is finally getting out there into the mainstream media," says Timeshare Relief co-founder and President, David Macmillan.
Timeshare Relief supports all timeshare owners - those that enjoy their timeshare and those that want to get rid of their timeshare. The company believes that education and knowledge are key to making good financial decisions; therefore applauds USA Today for its informative article.