UDI Consulting is a timeshare exit company located in Missouri. The business started in 2016, and since then it’s been nothing but trouble for timeshare owners. This so claimed timeshare exit company has no website and no details on how they cancel your contract unless you give them a call. Unfortunately, UDI Consulting has all the footprints of being labeled as a scam, and we will provide the breakdown on why you should always be cautious about working with any timeshare exit company.
As we always say, get everything in writing, and only work with companies that offer no up-front fees. Every month, new forms of timeshare scams appear all over the internet, it’s best to protect yourself. If you ever have any questions on what other companies have been reported as scams or if you have been a victim of UDI Consulting, initiate a Live Chat or fill out the form on the right immediately to see what legal options you have available to exit your contract.
UDI Consulting Reviews
UDI Consulting reviews are negative. There is nothing but negative reviews about how this company has defrauded thousands of dollars from timeshare owners. Many owners have been targeted by this company and, unfortunately, will lose thousands of dollars and will never hear from them again.
The company first starts by cold calling timeshare owners and inviting them to a seminar. During the seminar, you are listening to the owner (who changes his name several times), as he and his staff promise to release you from the timeshare in 12 months. At the end of their presentation, they ask for $8,000 or more from the research we’ve found.
Our team always recommends companies with escrow to protect owners from situations like this. Losing thousands of dollars could take a huge financial toll on numerous owners. We also have found that even after the 12 months, their so-called “attorneys” have been battling the case and require more money in order to cancel the timeshare. How is that even fair to owners?
So, you can imagine at this point all the horrible UDI Consulting reviews our team has come across. If you were a victim of UDI Consulting, we recommend you contact your bank immediately and try reversing the transaction. Many owners have directly tried retrieving their money back from the company with no luck! This is why getting everything in in-writing, and doing detailed research is crucial to exit your timeshare. We have attached a review directly from the Better Business Bureau to give you insight on UDI Consulting reviews.
UDI Consulting Cost & Fees
There is no UDI Consulting fee or cost listed because there is no website, which is a red flag. However, we found that many timeshare owners who were scammed by UDI Consulting paid nearly $8,000 or more to cancel their timeshare. The price is average to cancel, but regardless they have no track record or testimonials from owners actually getting out of their timeshare. There are several scam companies like this, so please feel free to call or talk to us if you have any questions.
UDI Consulting Ratings
UDI Consulting has an “F” on the Better Business Bureau (BBB) and more than 50 negative reviews. Not only do they have numerous complaints, but the BBB even sent them a letter to resolve this immediately back in December 2017. Of course, the company did not respond, which is a major red flag. Our team also came across information where the owner has even threatened timeshare owners if they did not pay them an extra fee, they’ll not release owners of their timeshares.
We always recommend to never work with a company that has hidden fees or does not offer escrow. The company has no Trustpilot or Yelp ratings. After reading through the past reviews, our team has assessed the company a 0/5.0 MyTER Rating. The company fails to put their clients first and has scammed thousands of timeshare owners.
Overall, UDI Consulting is a scam. This company has robbed many owners and has left people skeptical to ever work with an ethical timeshare exit company. We strive to help timeshare owners work with the best exit company and avoid scams like this one.
We hope you found this article helpful and as always contact our team so we can help you determine if a timeshare exit company is legitimate, and we recommend working with timeshare exit companies that offer escrow, so you pay no up-front fees. Read over our website and fill out the form on the right or contact us through Live Chat for a free informational consultation.
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UDI Consulting unlawfully charged a credit card over $8,000.00 for selling our timeshare that they never did anything with.
In November 2016, we met with UDI Consulting to sell our condo timeshare in North Carolina. They persuaded us to fill out an application for a credit card with Barclay’s Bank, in which we could use as a regular credit card and which also could be used to pay UDI Consulting’s fee for selling the condo. The credit card was only being applied for and not being activated nor authorized for use. The card was received four months after the application was made, in which we cut it up and mailed back to them with a note stating we changed our mind and did not want it and to please cancel. The card was never authorized for use nor ever activated by us and was not to be used until we gave our authorization to activate it (which we never did). The card would be used ONLY if UDI Consulting sold the condo timeshare to pay for their fees for selling the condo. They never did sell it nor did they do anything whatsoever to be able to charge any type of fee. After several months of UDI Consulting calling and trying to renegotiate fees with us for when UDI sold the condo (which they never did sell), we finally contacted another company to sell the condo timeshare for us, and it was sold in a short time. The credit card that was cut up and returned to Barclays was charged for over $8,000 by UDI Consulting without our authorization. We are now being sued in court by Barclays Bank of Delaware for not paying the charge. We have since been made aware that there are possibly two separate cards that have both been charged and billed to us – both by Barclays and both by UDI Consulting. We have, also, been made aware that the main headquarters of Barclays in London has been involved with fraudulent timeshares sells and have been ordered by their courts to pay it back as recent as December 2020. We have, also, not had any success in getting UDI Consulting back on the phone nor to respond to emails. We understand that Luke McKinley, the registered agent for UDI Consulting per Missouri Secretary of State records, has since been arrested for fraudulent activities against others, as well. If you had the option of a “No Star” review, I definitely would have chose that one instead of the 1-Star. Stay clear of this company – BEWARE!