In December 2018, Timeshare Exit Team founder and chief executive officer Brandon Reed was asked to explain the value that Timeshare Exit Team delivers to its customers.
Mr. Reed explained that Timeshare Exit Team cannot deliver value to its customers — because timeshare developers refuse to cooperate.
Later during the same deposition, timeshare lawyer Richard Epstein openly mocked Mr. Reed — by asking him to explain the basic economics of the timeshare industry.
- Epstein: Have you ever read Art of War, by Sun Tzu?
- Reed: No.
- Epstein: The first rule: Know the enemy. So, you don’t know the economics of the timeshare industry that you’re attacking here?
- Reed: I know enough. I know enough to — Yeah.
Brandon Reed’s “Expertise”
Brandon Reed is the founder and chief executive officer of a company that claims the ability to “force” a timeshare developer to “take back” a timeshare, and that guarantees a “timeshare exit” that is “safe and legal.”
Mr. Reed and his company have failed to deliver — to thousands of customers who have paid tens of millions of dollars.
Brandon Reed refuses to accept responsibility for his company’s failures. According to Brandon Reed, the real victim is Timeshare Exit Team — because timeshare developers fight back.
Round 1 – Orange Lake Country Club
In January 2020, Brandon Reed and Timeshare Exit Team surrendered to timeshare developer Orange Lake Country Club. On the eve of jury trial, Timeshare Exit Team paid Orange Lake $750,000.
After waving the white flag of surrender, Timeshare Exit Team issued a press release, in which Brandon Reed described the loss as a “major win for consumers.”
Round 2 – Westgate Resorts
Timeshare Exit Team’t jury trial against Westgate Resorts is currently scheduled to begin in July 2021.
Timeshare Exit Team customers should hope that Brandon Reed has a better plan than waiting for Westgate to stop being mean. After all, Westgate is represented by . . .
. . . Richard Epstein — a lawyer who knows his enemy.
Value to Clients
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