Who here has been swindled out of thousands from their timeshare purchase? What was supposed to be the investment of your lifetime, instead turned out to be a financial disaster and all you’re left with is a mountain of debt to maintain.
If you’re in a similar situation, you’re not alone. Bill and Amber S. were in those same shoes just less than a year ago. Now they are happily living timeshare-free, but that was not always the case. Today, Bill and Amber will share with us their dreadful timeshare experience that began at the hands of dishonest resort salespeople.
So Let’s See How It All Began For This Couple…
“[Originally], we were using my brother’s timeshare. During the check-in, they offered free resort coupons if we went to a one-hour meeting. It ended up lasting four hours and in the end, the only way to get the coupons was to be timeshare members. There were five different individuals working on us to make a sale. They all talked fast and told us we had to make a decision now or we’d never get that deal again.” - Bill S.
Bill and Amber were pulled into the sales presentation through enticing monetary offers. Then after the meeting went several hours longer than expected, the couple caved to the intense pressure and purchased a timeshare. Time would tell whether or not it was worth it but I’m sure you can make a good guess.
It Was Not Long Before The Timeshare Proved To Be Worthless
“They had asked us what places we would want to go to and then turned around and sold them as dream vacations available to us. Looking back now, it was not practical but the salespeople were very convincing they could make it happen. But the amount we were paying for the timeshare made it difficult to come up with the money for airlines, rental cars, and extra spending. Because of this, it made it impossible to use for vacations.” - Bill S.
Yes, you read that right. Bill and Amber were required to pay so much for the timeshare every year that they did not have enough money left over for all the other expenses that go into vacations. That wasn’t the only problem either.
“Due to my husband’s surgery and heart problem, we weren’t able to try and use the timeshare anymore. Then he was forced to retire due to medical problems and left him with only his social security income. It became very difficult to pay for this timeshare and it was having a negative impact on our future. It created a financial hardship for us and a lot of stress.” - Amber S.
Within only the first four years of owning a timeshare, Bill and Amber had already invested close to $25,000 into it and only had three short trips to show for it. I’m not a mathematician by any means, but I believe that comes out to be quite pricey vacations.
“We could have gone on a lot more than just 3 trips over that period if we never got the timeshare. We had to cancel future family trips as we could not afford to go due to the high timeshare costs.” - Amber S.
Bill & Amber Sought After Professional Help
The financial burden put on the couple’s shoulders by this timeshare became too heavy for them to continue carrying. Bill and Amber needed to get out of their timeshare agreement and quickly too. This is what brought them to reaching out to Wesley Financial Group, LLC...
We worked closely and diligently with Bill and Amber over the next few months after they called us to ensure a smooth and proper cancelation of their timeshare. Getting out of this timeshare became the couple’s new dream vacation and that’s what we delivered. Not only that, but they were also relieved of more than $22,000 in timeshare mortgage debt.*
“Not having the timeshare, we have been able to free up money to be used to help our children and grandchildren. It has also assisted with medical needs. By using alternative vacation options, we’re able to take family trips again and more of them too!” - Amber S.
If you know anyone in a timeshare situation similar to Bill and Amber’s, don’t hesitate to pass along our number below to them. We'd be more than happy to see if they too qualify for our timeshare termination services!
*Wesley Financial Group, LLC (“WFG”) develops individualized programs for each client, terminates over 97% 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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