Sean and Kendra S. dreamed of retiring their careers as educators and visiting every U.S. National Park. That was until a timeshare company stepped into the picture and derailed their plans.
Their story begins a few years ago when they attended an RV trade show.
“We are both retired teachers who love to travel. We had long intended to purchase an RV and use that to travel across the nation, visiting every national park along the way. So, early on we attended a few RV trade shows to get started.”
While Sean and Kendra attended the second RV trade show of the summer, they stayed at a resort. During their two-day stay, the staff insisted they attend a timeshare presentation. The couple was disinterested in each pursuit. On the day they were to depart, the pair, at last, agreed to attend a 90-minute meeting.
“We planned on having lunch in the city but instead, we sat there for several hours. They learned about our plans to buy an RV. They explained how a timeshare would be more beneficial. They even showed us a cost comparison. We still expressed concerns; Then, they offered more gifts and a discount. Eventually, we agreed as we believed it was genuine.”
Due to the pressure of biased vendors, Sean and Kendra became timeshare owners. What sounded promising during that initial presentation turned out to be false commitments.
“They used our desires against us! They lied about the location of their resorts in regard to the national parks. Once we got home and did our research, many places this timeshare could not provide. We should have never gone to that presentation. The salesmen led us to believe that buying a timeshare would be a better investment. Instead of traveling, we had to reexamine our budget.”
After realizing the truth about their timeshare agreement, Sean and Kendra reached out to the resort with no success. They looked for help but were also picky. Until they saw a commercial for Wesley Financial Group, LLC (WFG)*.
“When Chuck McDowell told his story on TV, we related right away. After checking out their website and reading reviews from former clients, we decided to call. And WFG got us back on our feet and the road!”
Sean and Kendra terminated their timeshare agreement within a year of working with WFG. Not only that but they were also relieved of $25,000 in timeshare debt.*
Does Sean and Kendra’s story sound familiar? Thousands of unsuspecting people get misled into timeshare deals. If anyone you know is in a similar situation, please contact Wesley Financial Group, LLC, at the phone number below.
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