Investments are supposed to grow over time and bring you profitable results. What timeshares do to your financial standing is far from that. It is shocking that these companies get away with even calling timeshares an investment. Just ask Mariah and Thomas O. They recently found out firsthand that a timeshare is not an investment. As the price of their timeshare continued to rise over time until they could no longer keep up, they found themselves in a great deal of debt.
The following is a timeshare cancellation success story from the account of Mariah and Thomas. Hear how they were pulled into this nightmare of a timeshare experience and what led them to work with us. Names of people and places have been changed and/or redacted for privacy reasons.
“We were offered a discounted vacation package to the Bahamas, but it was under the condition that we attended a timeshare sales presentation. During it, we kept telling the sales representatives that we could not afford what they were asking of us, but they continued to push for an affirmative decision to buy. So they kept dropping the price and going on and on about how the value would only increase over the years.”
Eventually, the salespeople were able to hook this couple into a timeshare agreement. Since they were so persistent on not buying at first, they were able to get it for a much cheaper price but they knew it could still be a challenge.
“We had not been able to use our timeshare for various reasons, but most importantly it was due to my husband Thomas being diagnosed with lung cancer. Dealing with chronic pain along with having additional expenses now, we just didn’t feel that long-distanced vacations would be possible for us. We just knew that we would never use it in the future and our children have no desire to inherit it.”
If this was an investment like they were sold on it being, then they should be able to recuperate their money back for it at least. Unfortunately, Mariah and Thomas found out timeshares were not like other investments, or one at all for that matter.
“We were both already retired and on social security when purchasing it, but they told us we could always sell it back to them when we didn’t want it anymore. So when I asked them about this, I was told they could do no such thing. We were barely getting by with paying the maintenance fees and taxes on the timeshare and knew something needed to change.”
So, Mariah and Thomas called us! Here at Wesley Financial Group, LLC (“WFG”), we were able to fully terminate their timeshare agreement, putting an end to all those maintenance and other hidden fees.* Freeing them of future debt and also future stress.
Have you or someone you know been in a similar situation? Please feel free to call us at the number below today to see if you qualify for 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 canceled within the time specified in the WFG Enrollment Agreement).
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