Oscar and Camila H. have been married for over thirty years and have three children who are starting families. With everyone living in different states, the pair always look forward to the annual family vacation. One time, they stayed at a Florida beach resort and were introduced to timeshares. Oscar and Camila were led to believe that a timeshare would be perfect and could save them a fortune.
While at the resort, Oscar and Camila were invited to attend a short timeshare presentation. The sales staff pushed the idea that all of their dream family vacations could come true with a timeshare. That sounded perfect, and the couple agreed to the purchase.
“Owning a timeshare was supposed to be this great investment that allowed us to travel anywhere in the world and any time we wanted. We found out about a year later that was an overstatement.”
Oscar tried to book a vacation, but everything was already booked for the foreseeable future. Who knew booking a trip with his timeshare would be so difficult.
“We never spent even one night at our timeshare! The resorts were always booked years in advance. Not only that, but the maintenance fees were getting outrageous. The resort told us we could sell the timeshare whenever we wanted and that they’d help us if needed. We were beginning to consider that.”
Keeping up with their timeshare expenses was already becoming strenuous, but the situation worsened for Oscar when the recent pandemic struck.
“I lost my job in April 2020, which impacted our finances gravely. With our resort maintenance fees increasing every year, we could no longer afford the timeshare. We contacted the resort to get them to help us sell it, but they changed their story and discouraged us from doing so.”
Oscar and Camila were determined to get rid of their timeshare. They feared that the financial burden of it could one day fall onto the shoulders of their children. They searched for the perfect timeshare cancellation company and came across Wesley Financial Group, LLC (WFG)*.
“I researched on the internet and read reviews on several timeshare exit companies. My wife and I wanted a company that had integrity, experience, good reviews, and most of all, someone who would be honest. Once we came across WFG, they embodied all the qualities we were looking for, so they became our top choice.”
It took WFG three months to work with Oscar and Camila before their timeshare agreement was terminated. The couple was also relieved of $17,000 in mortgage and maintenance fee debt along the way.* We’ve since caught up to the pair to hear their reaction:
“Our experience with WFG was professional, courteous, and accommodating. Their staff was always quick to respond, and they seemed to care for us. We’ll never purchase another timeshare.”
Oscar and Camila are not alone. Thousands of individuals and families are deceived by timeshare vendors every year. If you or anyone you know has been misled into a timeshare purchase, please reach out to Wesley Financial Group, LLC*, at the number below.
*Actual results depend on each client’s specific case, and no particular outcome is guaranteed.WFG and its affiliates, successors, or assigns are not lawyers or a law firm and do not engage in the practice of law or provide legal advice or legal representation. All information, software, services, and comments provided on this site are for informational and self-help purposes only and are not substitutes for professional advice, legal or otherwise. Names have been changed or omitted due to privacy concerns.