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Avid Traveler Faced Turmoil

For years, Kelly has dreamed about owning a vacation house. However, she would never have imagined falling into a scam. Yet, that happened a few years back when a resort misled Kelly into believing a timeshare was a fraction of the cost of a vacation house.

“I was sitting on the idea of buying a vacation home. One day I received a promotion for a discounted stay at a resort. All I had to do was attend a 90-minute timeshare presentation.”

Needless to say, Kelly’s presentation did not go as expected. Timeshare presentations are infamous for going past their allotted time, and in this case, Kelly spent five hours with brokers pressuring her. While cautious at first, Kelly lost her grounding after a while. 

“I declined their offers three times. Every time I wanted to leave, the salesmen made a better offer. The pressure was intense and unrelenting. I was so exhausted and hungry by then, so I agreed to the purchase.”

A Vacation Home is Not a Timeshare

It would be a matter of time before Kelly dreaded being a timeshare owner. She wanted an authentic vacation home, and although vendors at the resort assured her it was possible, it was not. 

“I love the outdoors and travel often, but the salesmen used that against me. They asked what my favorite destinations were and then promised me that they would be available. Those were all lies.”

The brokers framed buying a timeshare as a benefit. Alas, Kelly has not traveled since. 

“Every Year, I Got Deeper Into Debt”

“​​A big part of the sales pitch was how timeshare ownership would save me money while traveling. That was far from the truth. Every year I spent as a timeshare owner, I got deeper into debt. It was impossible to book a reservation, maintenance fees were always rising, and misleading information about the points system increased my expenses.”

Kelly was not receiving the benefits of owning a vacation home, yet she was falling into debt.

In A Leap Of Faith, Kelly Found Help

Refusing to be a servant to the timeshare industry, Kelly pledged to find a way out and, in due course, she found help from Wesley Financial Group, LLC (WFG).*

“I learned about timeshare cancellation companies. I spoke with a few of them but was skeptical. Then I heard about WFG, and they stood out from the beginning. Most important was how often they kept me up to date and were genuinely concerned.”

WFG worked on Kelly’s case, and they terminated her agreement within a year. Relieving her of timeshare expenses that would have reached $40,000.* 

“My plan is never to buy another timeshare. I’ll travel and vacation as I know. Other than that, I hope to continue my relationship with WFG as they help reconcile my credit.”

Do you know of anyone who’s been through a similar situation? Have them contact Wesley Financial Group, LLC, at the phone number below to see if they qualify for timeshare termination services. 

(800) 425-4081

*Actual results depend on each client’s distinct case and no specific 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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