Sunday, May 20, 2012
We’ve devoted our timeshare blog to this topic in the past, but it seems like an appropriate time to mention it again. Sell My Timeshare NOW Never Makes Cold Calls.
Our company is coming up on its ten-year anniversary in the timeshare and vacation ownership industry. Over the years, we’ve expanded our services dramatically. We started as solely a by-owner timeshare resale and timeshare rental advertising company. As our company grew, the secondary market for timeshares was also changing. We recognized that for sale by owner (FSBO) resale is not always the preferred option for all sellers or even for all timeshare buyers.
Our company expanded, adding fully licensed timeshare brokerage service and later resort services for the timeshare industry. During each of the busy, demanding years we’ve been providing timeshare resale, rental, and resort solutions, we have made many changes, trying to stay on top of the needs of our consumers and ahead of the curve in all areas.
But some things have never changed … starting with how much we respect our clients and prospective clients. Sell My Timeshare NOW, Timeshare Brokers Services, and our newest brand, VacationOwnership.com, do not make cold calls. That means, if you have not given us your permission to call you, we won’t be interrupting you with an intrusive phone call.
There are many companies whose names may be confusingly similar to one another, and some companies that frankly don’t do a good job identifying themselves when they call you on the phone, but if you receive an unrequested phone call from a timeshare company, it’s not us.
It’s never us … even if someone implies they are us. We simply respect your privacy too much to intrude on your life with a ringing telephone.
Times are changing. Regulations in the timeshare industry are becoming better defined and more relevant to protect the interests of timeshare owners and strengthen the timeshare industry itself.
Change is good. But one thing that has never changed and will never change, is that we don’t need to, nor do we want to, infringe on your privacy in any way.