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Timeshare Goldline

Timeshare Goldline

Timeshare Goldline

11024 Montgomery NE #160
Albuquerque, NM 87111

BBB File Opened: 3/29/2010
Type of Entity
Corporation
Business Management
  • Mr. Charles Clarington
  • Mr. Bradley Nowell
  • Mr. Matt Rosenburg
  • Christine Hayes, Secretary
  • Mr. Miguel Marquez, Executive Director/Settlement Closing
Contact Information
  • Mr. Charles Clarington
  • Mr. Bradley Nowell
  • Mr. Matt Rosenburg
  • Christine Hayes, Secretary
  • Customer: Mr. Miguel Marquez, Executive Director/Settlement Closing
Business Category
  • Timeshare Resale and Rental Marketing
Additional Information
  • The address listed at 11024 Montgomery Blvd NE, Ste. 160 is a location for UPS store and a mail drop for Timeshare Goldline. As of March 31, 2010, Timeshare Goldline does not have a business permit, and no record of Incorporation can be found. Per information provided by the Little Rock. Arkansas BBB, Timeshare Goldline used a mailbox in Searcy, Arkansas as a "Corporate Office". A subpoena of UPS records indicated that mail to the Searcy, Arkansas address was being forwarded to a location in California.
  • If you own a vacation timeshare, be very cautious about people offering to help you resell it for a fee. Many of these sales programs are bogus and the company may not be involved in real estate. Timeshare advertising companies only agree to use due diligence to advertise the timeshare week for sale by owner. In most advertising agreements, no mention is made of location, circulation, or how your timeshare is to be marketed.

    Most timeshare resellers require an advance "listing" fee. These fees run from $300 to $500. In most cases, the only way to receive a refund is if they sell your timeshare.

    If you want to resell your timeshare and are approached by a company offering to help, consider these precautions:

    1. Don't agree to anything over the phone.

    2. Don't pay any money until you have actually read and understand the company's contract. You can choose a company that charges a fee after the timeshare is sold.

    3. If there is a discrepancy in what the contract says and what the salesperson tells you, believe the contract - not the salesperson.

    4. Regardless of what the salesperson tells you, do not assume there is a buyer available for your particular property. These companies only advertise properties' availability.

    5. Check with other property owners in your development or with real estate agents serving the area where your property is located to determine if any sales have actually occurred through this method.

    6. Find out where the company is located and where it does business. Verify with the state licensing board that the company is licensed to sell real estate where your timeshare is located.

    7. Check with the BBB, state Attorney General, and local consumer protection agencies in the state where the company is located to find out the company's customer experience record.

    A copy of a Timeshare Goldline contract was provided to the BBB by a Timeshare Goldline complainant. In the Terms and Conditions, the contract states, “Timeshare Goldline does not have a specific buyer/renter at the present time".

Alternate Business Names
  • TGL
  • T.G.L.
  • Time Share Goldline
  • Time Share Gold Line
  • Timeshare Gold Line
  • TGL Financial
  • T.G.L. Financial
  • TimeshareGoldline

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Mail Returned

Mail sent to the business on 01/23/2015 was returned by the U.S. Postal Service as Undeliverable as Addressed.

Out of Business

According to information in BBB files, this business is no longer in business.

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