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Grandmother Overwhelmed By Decades-Old Blunder 

Jamie and her husband purchased a timeshare more than thirty years ago. What began as a vacation changed when the resort offered an extra-weekend stay for free. All they had to do was attend a short timeshare presentation.

Timeshares were more popular then, and several friends had already taken the plunge. Despite this, the couple was still not interested. 

However, the pressure from the brokers became too much. 

“They offered a free weekend stay for attending a short presentation. We walked into an intense sales pitch that lasted several hours. At first, we refused all offers. They dropped the price, though, and threw in some perks, so we decided to go through with the purchase.”

Things Changed When Jamie Became a Widow

For nearly ten years Jamie and her husband enjoyed their timeshare for the most part. There were a few hiccups when it came to reservations, but they always felt like they got their money’s worth. Alas, things took a turn for the worse when Jamie’s husband passed away. 

That’s when the resort pressured her into an upgrade. Resorts use these to entice owners to invest more, although that seldom returns anything of significance. 

“After my David’s passing, I did not care to travel by myself. A couple of years later, the resort nagged me to come in for another presentation, this time about their new upgrades and offerings. I eventually gave it a go and even agreed to the upgrade. That’s where it all went downhill.”

“I Paid Maintenance Fees For Nothing”

Jamie learned she signed a new timeshare agreement. Fixed week, reservations became impossible to make, and maintenance fees were rising. Not only that, but Jamie suffered health setbacks. 

“Over the last two years, I have had multiple spinal surgeries. Unable to travel, I explained this to the resort, but they disregarded me. I have been an owner for almost twenty years! ”

Better To Pay Grandchildren’s Tuition

Without assistance from the timeshare resort, Jamie looked elsewhere for help. She did not look long because the help found her! One day, Jamie came across an online advertisement for Wesley Financial Group, LLC (WFG)*. A reputable company with expertise in timeshare cancellation.

Since being pressured into a timeshare upgrade, her debt with the company was growing with each passing year. WFG ended this for Jamie by terminating the agreement and relieving her future debt.* 

“I rather spend my money to see my three grandchildren who are in college. Even pay off their tuition. At one point, I worried whether everything I owned went toward paying off the resort. WFG changed that! They made the entire process uncomplicated!”

Does Jamie’s story sound familiar? Thousands of people get misled into unfair timeshare deals every year. If anyone you know was misled into a timeshare purchase, please contact Wesley Financial Group, LLC, at the phone number below.

We’d be delighted to see if they qualify for our 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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