Gus M. had already traveled all across the globe during his time spent serving in the U.S. military. This is why he hoped his next trip would be different. Thanks to the resort's smooth-talking salesman, he thought he found a way to make it happen with a timeshare.
“I was offered 3 free nights at a new resort, and all I had to do was attend a short presentation. Seemed harmless at the time. The resort staff gloated about how great of an investment a timeshare would be. They said it would increase in value and could serve as a source of income because they were easy to rent out. Their staff promoted all these wonderful things about timeshares, and I bit the hook!”
Gus was in a high-pressure sales situation and agreed to the timeshare purchase after hours of the salesmen’s questionable tactics. Only a year since buying the timeshare, and Gus was already feeling indifferent toward it.
“A lot of what the staff originally told me were lies. I could not travel wherever and whenever I pleased. And there was also never a mention of the extra fees after the purchase. They even promised a free cruise during the presentation, but that never happened. I tried for years to redeem it. I was becoming unhappy about this timeshare deal.”
While Gus felt troubled, he was still determined to make good use of his timeshare, but booking trips proved to be difficult.
“With so many restrictions, it was impossible to make reservations. There was no flexibility! I was pushed into purchasing the points-system plan because they said it would allow more vacations a year than the fixed-week plan. But there was no availability, ever. No matter where I wanted to go, it was booked up every time.”
When Gus contacted the resort for help with his booking issues, they urged him to buy extra points to resolve his concerns. Before too long, Gus was in a financial stranglehold with his timeshare.
“With these expensive points and other resort fees, owning a timeshare had become costlier. To prevent the outrageous interest rates, I refinanced my home mortgage. But the bills kept coming every year. I had to use my savings to cover the costs.”
Every year in December, Gus was burdened with his timeshare maintenance fee bill. This bill increased annually. Gus was losing his life savings to this timeshare shakedown, but a change was imminent...
That change came through Wesley Financial Group, LLC (“WFG”). While Gus wanted out of this damaging timeshare agreement, he was not searching for a way out. He tried speaking with his resort about canceling his timeshare but was denied. Gus felt hopeless for almost a year until a random television ad changed everything.
“There were no other alternatives. WFG was my only choice. After seeing their commercial on TV, I knew they were leagues ahead of other companies. Before that, timeshare exit businesses seemed not to care about my situation like WFG did.”
WFG is a leader in the timeshare exit industry and they’ve paved their way by “helping good people get out of bad situations.” This is what they did for Gus! After qualifying for their timeshare terminations services, Gus was on his way out of the timeshare nightmare.
“My experience with WFG was nothing short of outstanding and the employees were professional each time that I spoke with them. It took them six months to get me out of the agreement!* Going forward, I can spend more time focusing on what I enjoy, like traveling and playing golf!”
If you know of anyone in a similar situation being burdened by their timeshare company, please have them reach out to us. They deserve stress-free vacations, just like Gus. Pass along our phone number, and we’d be delighted to see if they qualify for our timeshare termination services.
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