The truth about Give Back Timeshare is there is a lot that hasn’t been said yet.
You see, awhile back I noticed a complaint that someone had posted the Internet about them. I immediately became skeptical because after all… it’s the Internet – you can’t believe everything bad that people say nowadays.
I actually remember reading somewhere that there’s a new trend in Internet business. Maybe it was in some business magazine or online article. Nonetheless, here’s the gist of it.
In Internet business (as in business off of the Internet) there are multiple businesses competing for consumers like you and I. In the real world, if you say something about a business, you have to back it up with facts.
On the Internet, things are changing. Just about anyone can post ANYTHING anonymously on the Internet.
Business A can have their employees post negative reviews about their competitor Business B.
Guess what happens?
People like me and you have NO IDEA that we’re being lied to. We read a “bad review” about a company like Give Back Timeshare and we think it’s real. We end up doing business with the other guys – who very well could have posted lies about their competition.
Here’s my solution…
First off, I used to let bad reviews influence my buying decision on the Internet. NOT ANYMORE!
What I do now, gives me a more accurate idea of who I might be doing business with. Here is a list of the things I do to veryify if a company on the Internet is legitimate:
- Check the Better Business Bureau. I checked on Give Back Timeshare and their company checks out with an A+ rating. Good news so far.
- Read discussions about the company on the Internet. I checked this for you and this company seems to look fairly normal. A good sign is when you see people saying both good things and a few bad things. That might sound odd, but a few sour apples complaining about practically everything will help you verify that a conversation is real. After all, no person or company is perfect. What does matter though is whether the company corrects their errors or not.
- Call them on the phone. This is the easiest way to tell if a company is worth anything. Get on the phone with the company and ask 20 questions. Figure out if they are going to help with your situation.
I’m about to wrap this up, but one last thing…
Remember that it’s always better to do your own research. You can surf around on the Internet for hours, but at the end of the day – you make the decision.
I personally think that Give Back Timeshare looks like an honest and legit timeshare resale company. And remember, this is coming from someone who researches companies on the Internet every day. Hopefully that puts your mind at ease. Heck, maybe you’ll even take a second look at negative reviews that could have been faked.