Emily and her husband, Ryan, are military veterans. Each served multiple decades with this country’s armed forces, leaving Emily disabled. Ryan retired a few years later, and they looked forward to relaxing days.
To kick it off, Emily and Ryan had a vacation in Hawaii. While visiting the local attractions there, the pensioners were enticed by discounted vacation packages. The couple was excited about more travel opportunities, so this offer spiked their interest.
To learn about the discounted vacation packages, Emily and Ryan went on a resort tour and ended up in a conference room with several salesmen. Totaling over three hours, the salespeople made several guarantees.
“The salespeople were pushy. It was at a new resort, so they were still building parts of it. They promised many amenities that would be finished within six months. We were assured there would be pools and clubhouses built, along with several upgrades.”
As new timeshare owners, Emily and Ryan were excited about how their retirement was shaping up. The problem was the upgrades and amenities never materialized.
“This was disappointing, but we didn’t give up yet. We still wanted to use the timeshare, but we could never book at times that worked best for us.”
Frustrated, Emily decided to do what many other timeshare owners have tried: sell their timeshare. With no legitimate help, this would prove to be challenging.
“We wanted to get rid of our timeshare, but the resort company refused to discuss a resale opportunity. We tried to sell the timeshare twice but never had luck. Resellers tried to swindle us just like the timeshare company did!”
Many third-party companies claim to resell timeshares but then disappear as soon as they receive a down payment. Alas, Emily and Ryan heard about a reputable timeshare cancellation company like Wesley Financial Group, LLC (WFG)*.
“While listening to our favorite radio station, we heard an ad for WFG. We looked them up online and saw all the wonderful reviews and testimonials from past customers. That was enough to convince us.”
After confirming the couple’s eligibility for a timeshare cancellation, WFG began working on their case.
“The experience with WFG was thorough and professional because their staff always communicated. They helped us get out of our timeshare commitment. Their caring kept us moving toward our goal!”
After a little over a year of working with WFG, Emily and Ryan’s timeshare agreement was terminated! The couple was relieved of nearly $5,500 in timeshare mortgage debt.*
“We bought an RV! Now we can travel where we want and when we want! We’re looking forward to seeing some of this country’s many great sites since that’s what we’ve wanted to do.”
Emily and Ryan’s story is common as more individuals are being lured into dishonest timeshare agreements. If you or anyone you know is looking to terminate a timeshare agreement, please contact Wesley Financial Group, LLC, at the phone 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.