Gulf Oil Spill Help Center Urges Rental Vacation Property Owners In Florida and Alabama To Get Identified Now and Gives New Updates

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The Gulf Oil Spill Help Center was designed to be the premier help and assistance advocate for rental property owners dealing with lost vacation rental property income, because of the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill disaster. The group is saying, "we know rental property owners in places like Destin or Pensacola, Florida, and/or Orange Beach, Alabama, have already lost 50% of their summer rentals, and we need to get them identified, so we can assist with a hopefully expedited claims process." The group says, "we don't know why this has not yet been picked up in the national press, but we have it on good authority that property owners, who have seen the value of their real estate decline, in Gulf States effected by the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill- have no claim at all." Rental property owners, who have seen a dramatic increase in their summer cancellations, in Destin or Pensacola, Florida, or Orange Beach, Alabama, should call the Gulf Oil Spill Help Center immediately at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://GulfOilSpillHelpCenter.Com.

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what if 170,000,000 gallons of crude oil were washing ashore in New York state or California? Would those property owners be told 'you do not have a claim' on the loss of your property's value?

The Gulf Oil Spill Help Center is ramping up its efforts to get help and assistance for rental vacation properties in places like Destin or Pensacola, Florida, and/or Orange Beach, Alabama. The group is saying, "if you are a rental condo owner, or a vacation rental property owner on the Gulf of Mexico, we know what the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill has done to your summer rental income and we are here to try to help with the claims process. There is no charge for this service." The Gulf Oil Spill Help Center is also saying, "anyone who thinks this is just going away, and things will soon be right back to normal would be short sighted. A rental vacation property owner in Destin, Pensacola, Florida, or Orange Beach, Alabama, did not create this environment, but we are 110% certain they need help, and we are here to do just that." For more information please contact the Gulf Oil Spill Help Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://GulfOilSpillHelpCenter.Com.

The Gulf Oil Spill Help Center has just learned that at this moment, property devaluation losses due to the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill disaster are not yet on the table. The group is saying, "so 1000's of Louisiana fishing camp owners, who have just seen a 50% or more devaluation of their property have no claim? That's nonsense, and we want to hear from all property owners who have suffered a loss in their property's value due to the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill." For more information please contact the Gulf Oil Spill Help Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://GulfOilSpillHelpCenter.Com

The Gulf Oil Spill Help Center is saying, "what if 170,000,000 gallons of crude oil were washing ashore in New York state or California? Would those property owners be told 'you do not have a claim' on the loss of your property's value?" Http://GulfOilSpillHelpCenter.Com

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