How We Can Help

Lonestar Transfer is a family owned business dedicated to releasing timeshare owners from the lifetime liability of timeshare ownership.

About Our Services

Our primary service is our title transfer service. This service helps burdened timeshare owners by legally transferring their timeshare property title out of their name and into to a 3rd party acceptance corporation. Once the transfer is complete, all financial liability is removed from the previous owners.
For timeshare owners that still have a mortgage on their timeshare and don’t qualify for our timeshare transfer service, we’ve created a second very successful program known as timeshare mortgage cancellation. In this service we work directly with you to cancel your timeshare with the resort where you purchased it.

About Our History

For over decade now, Karen and Bryan Holloway have been working in timeshare owner advocacy to help owners stuck in timeshares. They spent much of this time consulting timeshare owners on how to stop the financial burden of a timeshare contract and coordinating financial relief to timeshare owners who desired a legal and permanent solution to discontinuing ownership.In 2012, as demand for their expertise in timeshare advocacy continued to grow, Karen and Bryan founded Lonestar Transfer, so they could continue helping burdened timeshare owners on a bigger scale. They quickly grew their business and staff, and have already helped over 2500 clients out of their timeshare and earning the Rockwall Chamber of Commerce’s “Emerging Business award”.

About Our Founders

Lonestar Transfer is a family owned and operated timeshare advocacy firm, founded by Karen and Bryan Holloway in 2012. The Holloway’s are not just owners, but also actively manage the daily operations at the company.
When they are not working, they spend most of their time on their family ranch in Poetry (Terrell) TX, where they have horses, dogs and ducks. Bryan and Karen are very experienced horse trainers and caretakers.


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5 Tips to Avoid Timeshare Scams

Remember, if it seems too good to be true, it usually is. It’s important to ask many questions and to use your common sense. Above all, be sure to work with a reputable company. At Lonestar Transfer, we bring clarity to every step of the process, so that you can move forward with complete confidence.

They Randomly Contact You

Be wary of individuals or entities that make cold calls or send you mailers that you never requested. Be downright suspicious if they seem to know key details of your specific timeshare situation. That is a sure sign that you are being sought out in a predatory manner.

So-Called Freebies

Are you being offered prizes, trips, and more common offering a free dinner to come listen to a “presentation” in a hotel meeting room? Those so-called freebies can cost you plenty. Some scammers ask the hapless prizewinner to pay a “refundable processing fee.” The scammer then keeps the money and no prize ever arrives.

They Don't Have an Actual Office

Many scam companies operate from inside and outside of the U.S. Do you really want to deal with a company that you can’t prove exists? Don’t take chances. If the company doesn’t have a bricks-and-mortar office located in the U.S., with actual staff that you could meet in person, avoid it.

They Play Numbers Games

Does the company have a 900 number? Don’t call. You could wind up paying high charges just for being on hold. Does the company charge a fee for even a brief consultation? That’s a red flag. Does the company cite cash values that can’t possibly be right. They aren’t. Do they speak in a rapid-fire style, hitting you with numbers that don’t add up? That’s no coincidence. Scam artists often deliberately seek to confuse their victims by quickly presenting lots of unrelated detail. Stay away from anyone who doesn’t give you clear, straightforward answers to your questions.

They Claim to Represent an Interested Realtor or Buyer

Some phony agents go so far as to cite the name of an actual realtor, saying that the realtor wishes to list or buy your timeshare for resale. Trouble is, the crook is just “borrowing” the realtor’s identity—a realtor who has no idea that this is going on. To put it more bluntly, the scammers are stealing an innocent party’s identity while lying to another innocent party—you.

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