Parker D. is a traveler at heart who cherishes the time spent on adventures with his family. With his wife Maria, they have five grandchildren who love nothing more than tagging along. There is one trip, in particular, though, that Parker does not look back on so fondly.
“My wife and I just retired, and we were going on our first trip. It was a nice vacation at this new resort and our family was enjoying it. Some of the staff at the resort approached us one day, offering us free tickets to a Broadway show. We all liked the idea so we accepted.”
However, to receive those tickets, there was a catch. Parker and his wife had to attend a short presentation on timeshares. Their children were hesitant about the presentation, but Parker, always the optimist, decided to attend. Alas, this adventure was unlike the others.
“They remarked how perfect a timeshare would be for us since we love to travel. It sounded great. I thought the people at the presentation were honest.”
After sitting through a sales pitch for several hours, Parker and Maria decided to become timeshare owners. Once they returned home and began scheduling their first trip, the truth began to unfold.
“They said we could travel anywhere at any time as timeshare owners. They made it sound so easy, but in reality, it’s impossible to book a room at these resorts. It took three years before we used our timeshare!”
Despite seldom making use of the timeshare, Parker was charged maintenance fees. With these fees getting more costly each year, the family was not sure how much longer they could sustain this purchase.
“When the pandemic started, the resort closed and nobody could use it. However, they kept sending me bills.”
From that day going forward, Parker was on a mission to get out of his timeshare agreement. Though, he never realized that would be more difficult than getting into one.
Parker was ready to get out of their timeshare. The only problem was, that he had no clue how to go about doing that. The resort staff refused to assist. Then, Maria saw an ad for Wesley Financial Group, LLC (WFG).
“We looked for help for several years but didn’t know where to find it. So when the WFG ad popped up, we figured why not give them a try. From the first phone call, we knew this was what we needed.”
After confirming their eligibility for WFG’s timeshare cancellation services, Parker and Maria worked with them to cancel their timeshare. Within less than a year they were relieved of thousands in mortgage debt.*
“A huge financial weight has been lifted off of my shoulders. I didn’t expect such fast results. This is the way to go for timeshare owners who were lied to by salespeople. There was a whole team at WFG helping me.”
Thousands of families are deceived by timeshare vendors every year. If you or anyone you know was misled into a timeshare purchase and want to cancel it, contact Wesley Financial Group, LLC, at the number below.
*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.