Back in 2017 The Missouri Attorney General’s Office sued a former Springfield based timeshare Exit Company.

The company was the focus of a Better Business Bureau consumer warning.

The company, The Martin Management Group, has been ordered to pay restitution of more than $170,000.

Here’s more from the Better Business Bureau: 

St. Louis, Mo., Feb. 23, 2021 – A timeshare exit company formerly based in Springfield, Missouri, which was the focus of a Better Business Bureau (BBB) consumer warning in October 2017, has been ordered to pay restitution of more than $170,000 after it was sued by the Missouri Attorney General’s Office.

Earlier this month, a default judgment was entered against Martin Management Group Inc., which is now based in Parkville, Missouri.

As part of the judgment, company owner Steven Albert Martin is barred from marketing, advertising, offering to sell, and selling timeshare interests or timeshare-exit services.

“We applaud the Missouri Attorney General’s Office and its efforts to help customers of this business,” said Michelle L. Corey, BBB St. Louis president and CEO. “Consumers reported to BBB that they lost thousands of dollars after the business failed to deliver on its promises.”