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A School Teacher Learned a Big Lesson from Her Dreadful Timeshare Experience

Chelsea, a retired school teacher, didn’t travel much before retiring. She has four daughters and one son. Chelsea is now retired and travels actively to Europe and Asia with her church. However, before retiring and traveling, Chelsea and her daughters attended a timeshare presentation that changed her life and finances. 

“My daughters and I went to a timeshare presentation in Indio. My daughters thought a timeshare would be a great addition to my retirement,” said Benita. “They also thought they could benefit from it after I passed.”

It took several hours, but Chelsea eventually signed the papers and left her first timeshare presentation believing it would work for her family.

Multiple Upgrade Meetings Led to Even More Money Spent on Chelsea’s Timeshare

“I enjoyed the first few years of this timeshare because it wasn’t expensive, and I liked the facility in Oceanside,” said Chelsea. “Though, the pressure of having to set up an appointment every time I checked in to the resort got to be too much. Even when I would decline, they would call me in my room and try to talk me into it.”                

Although her first few years were enjoyable, Chelsea soon discovered how unaffordable and impractical her timeshare was. She had trouble getting any timeshares reserved in locations or at times she wanted. 

The timeshare company told Chelsea it would be easier to rent out when trying to sell the timeshare. A representative told her that they would help her rent it out, so she paid them for their services. 

“The timeshare representative was a star salesperson. She made renting it out sound like an easy way to make money,” recalls Chelsea. 

However, Chelsea soon discovered that renting out the timeshare would not be easy.

“I was drowning in debt, and my payment and maintenance fees kept going up.” 

Chelsea couldn’t use her timeshare but kept having to make payments on it. She began to feel hopeless and thought she had nowhere to turn. However, after scrolling online one day, Chelsea came across a social media advertisement for Wesley Financial Group, LLC (“WFG”)*. 

Once she reached out to them, she found out she qualified for WFG’s timeshare cancellation services. After nine months of working with WFG to cancel her timeshare agreement, Chelsea is now timeshare free. She was relieved of nearly $32,000 in timeshare-related mortgage debt!* 

Chelsea trusted WFG to help her escape her timeshare, just like thousands of other families have so far. Still, she’s certainly not the only innocent person deceived by timeshare companies. Thousands of unsuspecting people are lured into timeshare agreements every day. If you or anyone you know are looking to cancel your timeshare, please contact Wesley Financial Group at (800) 425-4081

*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.

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