Allison S. is a single mother of two sons from the sunny state of Florida. Enjoying vacations throughout their state’s beaches and hotels, it was only a matter of time before they encountered timeshares.
Unfamiliar with the industry, Allison listened to a sales presentation during a family stay at a resort. However, the mother of two regrets wasting such valuable vacation time.
“The timeshare representatives misled me. It got portrayed as a way to travel worldwide every year at no cost. The initial sales pitch was good enough to get my attention, but I should have never attended that presentation.”
After chatting with the timeshare vendor, the family got swept away into a meeting room with other salespeople. While Allison was interested, she never planned on purchasing something that day. What changed her mind? The aggressive sales...
“The sales reps could tell I was not interested, so they approached my child to pressure me. By this point, they got pushy and would not allow us to leave. We spent the entire day sitting through their sales pitch. It was awful.”
When the presentation ended, Allison wanted to put it all behind her. It would not be long before the timeshare company started collecting for this purchase, however.
“Once bills started coming in, I realized what a mistake this was. The mortgage was already high, and they tacked on annual maintenance fees. I had to find a way out.”
Allison’s timeshare expenses were building up, yet she had nobody that she could turn to. Often, the timeshare company will buy back the property if the owner is no longer interested.
“I tried reaching out, but they told me that the only way out was to pay it off first. That would be some $13,000. That would be impossible. I already could not afford it! How could they expect me to pay it all off? Their staff was not helpful either, so I began looking elsewhere.”
Many owners become unsatisfied with their timeshare purchase, hence why the timeshare cancellation industry has developed in recent years. Cancellation companies, such as Wesley Financial Group, LLC (WFG), assist owners like Allison to get out of their unfavorable timeshare purchases.
“ I had been looking for help for several months. I researched many places, but WFG stood out. The testimonials from their past clients were a big part of my decision.”
Hiring WFG was the perfect decision for Allison and her children. Within nine months, WFG terminated her timeshare agreement and relieved her of over $12,000 in prospective timeshare mortgage and maintenance payments.*
“WFG was great! Being a single mom with work and school, their wonderful staff attended to everything.”
Allison’s timeshare story is not that unheard. More innocent individuals are lured into timeshare purchases every year. If you or anyone you know has been misled into a timeshare agreement, please contact Wesley Financial Group, LLC, at the phone number below to learn about their timeshare termination services.
*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.