Founded in 2003, Newton Group Transfers (NGT) is a timeshare exit company with offices in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and Chandler, Arizona. Originally a software and sales support business, Newton Group started in the timeshare industry providing CRM software for timeshare recapture companies. Then, it started using its innovative software — which details every aspect of the timeshare transfer process — to start providing its own timeshare cancellation services to consumers.
Newton Group Transfers helps consumers who are looking to end their timeshare ownership, whether they are no longer able to afford it, having trouble selling it, or just aren't able to use it anymore.
Keep reading our Newton Group Transfers review for pros and cons of working with this timeshare exit team.
Newton Group Transfers guarantees that once someone becomes a client, they will not pay any more money — to Newton Group Transfers or the resort. NGT takes over financial responsibility for each client's timeshare obligation until ownership is out of their name, for both timeshare transfer exits and those that require a timeshare attorney.
It can take months for the process to be complete. If you have monthly fees, should you continue to pay them? What if your annual maintenance fee is coming up next month?
This financial policy means that while the legal process is not complete, Newton Group will pay any timeshare fees that come up in the meantime.
What if your case needs an attorney? Newton Group will hire the outside attorney to represent you, at a flat fee, all covered by the financial guarantee.
What happens if Newton Group is unable to end your contract?
In that event, customers are still covered by another guarantee. If Newton Group can't provide the agreed-upon solution, clients get their service fee (to Newton) refunded, less any property taxes, special assessments, or maintenance fees paid to the resort on your behalf.
If an attorney is needed for your case, and fails to provide a settlement agreement or exit solution, your full payment will be refunded. That means that even a lawyer's services will be covered by a money-back guarantee.
Newton Group offers two different exit routes for consumers looking to end their unwanted timeshare: Timeshare Transfer Exit and Timeshare Attorney Exit.
A timeshare transfer exit is faster and less expensive, but it won't work for every timeshare owner, especially if you have a current mortgage on your timeshare.
Highlight: Newton Group facilitates timeshare attorney services.
NGT is not a law firm. However, if your case requires an attorney, rather than having in-house attorneys represent you, Newton Group will hire an experienced attorney to individually represent you. This service includes a flat-fee guarantee, which helps guard against potentially exorbitant hourly legal fees.
Newton Group Transfers has more than a decade's experience in the timeshare exit industry — and that includes experience with common timeshare exit scams.
To help prevent people from losing even more money trying to get out of a timeshare agreement that’s not right for them, Newton Group Transfers advises consumers to avoid the following situations:
Newton Group Transfers offers a free ebook called “Consumer's Guide to Timeshare Exit.” The guide includes advice from Gordon Newton, founder and president of Newton Group Transfers, on topics such as:
This comprehensive ebook is designed to educate consumers looking for a company to help them end an unwanted timeshare contract. It even includes a helpful checklist to help vet Newton or any timeshare exit company that you are researching.
To view the timeshare exit guide, site visitors will have to enter their name and email address. Current timeshare owners may put in their phone number if they’re interested in having someone from the company contact them, but this is optional.
Due to the complicated nature of the industry, and the exit or transfer process, it is uncommon to find exact pricing information on a company’s website — Newton Group Transfers is no different. The company does not disclose any information about pricing, fees, or additional costs.
Consumers will have to contact the company directly for a free consultation to get an idea of the program cost, based on the specifics of their situation.