It was worthless! After investing thousands of their hard-earned money into this timeshare, it was valueless and became nothing but a financial hardship for the couple. They were sold on the idea of a timeshare being an investment, an asset that would increase in value over time. What they got, instead, was far from that.
Now, Christina and Stephen want to share their timeshare experience with everyone in hopes it will help others from falling into similar situations. Below is a written account from the couple describing their terrible experience as timeshare owners and how they finally put an end to it. Names of companies and people may have been changed or omitted due to potential privacy concerns.
“We were given a free weekend stay at the resort and a $100 gift card to sit in and listen to a timeshare presentation. We thought that was getting a lot just to sit and listen to a presentation but looking back now, it was not worth it! Initially, we thought it went well, but now we know just about everything they told us was a lie!”
Christina and Stephen had a very common timeshare presentation experience. There is only one goal for the timeshare representatives at these events and that is to get a sale at all costs. Meaning they will tell you just about anything to get you to buy a timeshare, whether it’s true or not.
“They told us our timeshare property was a real asset that would appreciate in value over time. We were told we would always be able to sell our timeshare for more than we paid if we ever wanted to get rid of it. Well, that time came and that’s when we learned the true value of it. $0!”
Timeshares simply do not increase in value. In fact, they do the complete opposite. As soon as you sign the dotted line, their value goes to being basically worthless. With property expenses constantly increasing, how can it ever be considered an investment?
“Owning the timeshare was nothing like it was made out to be in that first presentation. It was a financial burden like no other! Never-ending maintenance fees getting higher and higher with every year, it was impossible to keep up. And then we learned that these fees literally never end and would eventually become our children’s responsibility one day. Just the thought of that for us was a travesty.”
Christina and Stephen were not interested at all in risking their timeshare and its excruciating expenses falling onto the shoulders of their children. So they did something about it. They called the leading timeshare cancellation company, Wesley Financial Group, LLC.
“We had done a good amount of research on our own and it seemed like they were the only option, at least the best one. So they were our first choice and we’re glad we made that call. Working with WFG was a great and easy experience. We can’t describe how happy we were the day we found out our timeshare agreement was officially terminated.”*
Do you know anyone with a similar timeshare experience? Please pass our phone number along to them. We’d love to see if they qualify for our timeshare termination services.
*Wesley Financial Group, LLC (“WFG”) develops individualized programs for each client, terminates over 97% of their client’s timeshare relationships, and, in certain circumstances, obtains a refund of some or all of the timeshare purchase price. Actual results depend on each client’s distinct case and no specific outcome is guaranteed (although WFG does offer a 100% money-back guarantee if the timeshare is not canceled within the time specified in the WFG Enrollment Agreement).
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