Debbie, a commercial pilot, had already traveled across the world. However, the previous trips required her to work. Now that she is retired, she wants to enjoy seeing the world stress-free. Unaware of the consequences, Debbie was led to believe that a timeshare purchase would deliver.
“While alone on vacation, I was approached by resort employees. They talked to me about timeshares and offered tickets to several attractions if I attended a presentation. They said with a timeshare, I could take many trips every year whenever and wherever I wanted. It sounded too good to pass up.”
As with most of these deals, it was too good to be true. Timeshare companies thrive on using misleading information for profit as innocent buyers seldom see the benefits of their “investment.”
Debbie was sold on traveling. Unfortunately, that’s not what she received. Debbie struggled for years to use the vacation home she was paying for.
“I was making mortgage and maintenance payments on the timeshare, but with zero benefits. Every time I scheduled a trip, either the location or the dates were unavailable. No matter where or when. I called the resort several times! There was no reason I should pay for nothing in return.”
“Every time I called, the sales reps promised to resolve my issues, but they accomplished nothing. All the promises they made during the presentation never transpired. They promised to show me how to use the points system, how to avoid paying maintenance fees, and more. Still, I never got anyone’s help.”
The timeshare vendors made many unkept promises. At first, Debbie was adamant about making use of the timeshare. Those efforts proved useless.
“I kept thinking I might be able to use the timeshare. But after a few years, I decided to cancel. I looked for a year before finding help.”
Debbie was ready to get out of her timeshare agreement, but she was patient. Once she saw Chuck McDowell speak in a television commercial for Wesley Financial Group, LLC (WFG), there was an instant connection.
“I could not stand up to one of the largest timeshare companies myself. After watching that WFG commercial with Mr. McDowell discussing his battles with the same company, I knew it made perfect sense to work with them.”
Despite the timeshare company’s lack of help, WFG was able to terminate Debbie’s agreement within a year. In the process, they also relieved her of future timeshare debt.*
“Working with WFG was great! The staff was helpful throughout the process. They cared about my situation and knew how to get the job done. I am so grateful for their willingness to help me! Now I will never get talked into timeshares again!”
If you or anyone you know has experienced deceptive sales tactics during a timeshare purchase, please contact Wesley Financial Group, LLC at the phone number below. You may qualify for their termination services and can be timeshare-free like Debbie!
*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.