Erin B. is a single mother looking forward to a well-deserved retirement. So when she received a phone call from a new resort claiming she won a free stay, it seemed like a great way to celebrate. However, there was a catch.
“As soon as I arrived, the resort staff led me to a meeting room. The staff said I must attend a presentation to receive my free stay. It was supposed to be 90 minutes, but I spent three hours getting pressured to buy a timeshare. If I had known that; I would never have gone.”
During Erin’s initial encounter, the staff was adamant about landing a sale. These brokers led Erin to believe they offered a deal-of-a-lifetime, which by chance, was only available on that day.
Erin’s years as a timeshare owner were a whirlwind, half of which she never expected. Erin struggled with the expenses from the beginning; between the monthly timeshare mortgage payments and annual maintenance fees.
“It’s been a huge financial struggle. I cannot even afford to use it. Maybe if I did not have to pay $5,000 every year. My last vacation was when they offered gifts for a resort tour but look where that got me.”
What is the purpose of paying for a vacation home if you can’t even use it? Needless to say, Erin felt like she drew the short end of the stick.
“So, I was recently retired when I bought the timeshare. About a year later, I got a part-time job to stay afloat. I was able to get by for a little while, but it was not how my retirement was supposed to be.”
Erin’s situation worsened when the Covid-19 pandemic struck. Like many others, Erin, without an extra source of income, knew it was a matter of time before debt began piling up.
Erin attempted to reach out to her timeshare company, hoping for an exit but canceling the agreement was not an option. Erin believed this too. That was until she came across the leading timeshare cancellation company, Wesley Financial Group, LLC (WFG).*
“I heard several ads for WFG but hesitated. Then I came across another ad, this time in a magazine, and I thought it must be a sign. WFG gave me hope that cancellation was an option. I was delighted with the results. The staff was friendly and professional throughout the process.”
Erin had good reason to be impressed with the WFG’s results as they terminated her timeshare contract within eight months. She was also relieved of $18,000 in future timeshare mortgage debt.*
“Now, I can save up some money for vacations I can take. Without a timeshare, I have more opportunities. Thanks so much to the staff at WFG!”
Deceptive sale tactics are prevalent within the timeshare industry and have led to many unprepared owners burdened with incredible debt. If you know anyone in a similar situation, please have them contact Wesley Financial Group, LLC, at the phone number below.
We’d be delighted to see if they qualify for our timeshare termination services.
*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.