As a single mother of three girls, Ann Ruth was made to believe that the purchase of her timeshare would be a great investment for her to one day pass down to her girls. What she didn’t realize was just how difficult it would be to book trips with her timeshare company.
The following includes excerpts from Ann Ruth and her timeshare situation. We hope her account helps to showcase a few of the tactics the timeshare industry uses on innocent clients who just love to travel. The names of people and companies have been changed for privacy reasons.
“I was told that the timeshare would be a great investment for me and my girls. Since it was transferable, I could give it to them. I was also told that it would be affordable for me. The sales representative made it sound that $300 a month would not affect me financially, and instead, it would provide me the opportunity to explore the world.”
After she went through with the purchase, Ann Ruth began to see just all of the lies she was told. She tried to book numerous trips, but ended up having to go outside of her timeshare company because of the lack of availability.
“The major pain point with my timeshare company was the difficulty of getting international reservation nights. In 2019, I planned a two-week trip to Spain and could not find any company affiliated hotels/motels in Spain to reserve. It was frustrating, and I ended up staying at a different company’s hotels in Spain. I discovered it cost less to use other websites to reserve travel nights. When I calculated the yearly cost comparison, my timeshare cost way more. I paid less than $1,500 for a two-week stay in Spain. This was in comparison to $3,600 annually with my timeshare company.”
When Ann Ruth reminisces on her timeshare sales proceeding, what upsets her the most was the price point she was given.
“I told the sales representative the only range I could afford was between $200-300. She told me that she could help me out and keep it right at $300. But then when I got my first bill it was over $300.”
Not only did Ann Ruth feel lied to, but she also felt misrepresented. She immediately started looking for a way out. After researching different cancellation companies Ann Ruth came across the Wesley Financial Group, LLC (“WFG”) YouTube channel.
“I wanted a company with a lot of experience that I could trust. After watching all of their testimonials I chose WFG. It has been a great experience. A team member of WFG is always checking in with me, and they are very positive that my timeshare company will release my agreement soon.”
Wesley Financial Group, LLC is in the process of terminating Ann Ruth’s timeshare and ridding her of the unnecessary stress and anxiety she has to deal with.* If you know someone who could potentially use our services, pass along our phone number below. We would be more than happy to see if they qualify for our timeshare termination services.
*Wesley Financial Group, LLC (“WFG”) develops individualized programs for each client, terminates over 98% 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 cancelled within the time specified in the WFG Enrollment Agreement).