Holly told the timeshare salespeople “no” countless times when they were making a pitch to her. Then things got a little more personal. Holly encountered a side of these salespeople she never wanted to see again. By the end of her meeting with them, she honestly felt like buying a timeshare was the right thing for her to do. Even if she couldn’t afford it...
She hoped it would work itself out, but there was so much more about timeshares that she did not yet know. This is her story. Below are written excerpts from her that we hope will put a spotlight on this dark side of the timeshare industry. Any names of companies and people may have been changed due to privacy concerns.
“When I attended that timeshare presentation, I absolutely did not have the money to afford one of these properties. I could not have let that be known anymore clearer. The salespeople kept dropping the price thinking I would eventually take it, but it was really just so far out of my range.”
What was supposed to only be an hour-long meeting, soon began approaching three hours with no sign of it ending. Holly lost count of how many times she told the sales representatives “no.” They were persistent in not letting her leave until a deal was struck.
“One of the salesmen told me a story of how his grandmother had left her timeshare behind to him when she passed and how it was the greatest gift anyone could have given him. After that, he kept reinforcing that buying a timeshare meant doing right for my children. They made me feel like a terrible parent if I did not provide this for my children.”
To make matters worse... of all the salespeople that Holly spoke with that day, none of them thought to tell her about maintenance fees. She was left clueless about these fees and how they increase annually and never end.
“I already knew affording this timeshare was going to be a tough task, but I didn’t even know about the maintenance fees. This made it so much worse. After just the first six months of owning the unit, I was already falling behind on payments and never could catch back up.”
Owning a timeshare was nothing like it was presented by the resort salespeople. Holly had enough and was exhausted of funds to stay afloat if she kept the timeshare any longer.
“I knew I had to do something for years but just didn’t know what to do. My resort would not help me and there was nobody to guide me. Until Wesley Financial Group helped me. I felt like they were always by my side, and I knew I could count on them. Choosing to work with them was the best decision I’ve made in years!”
With the help of the timeshare termination services from Wesley Financial Group, LLC, Holly saw her timeshare agreement cease to exist after just a few short months. She was also relieved of close to $10,000 worth of timeshare mortgage and maintenance fees.* We are so happy to see Holly out of her timeshare agreement and enjoying the stress-free nature of not owning a timeshare.
If you know anyone with a similar timeshare experience, please feel free to pass our phone number along to them. We’d love to see if they 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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