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Countless Lies From Timeshare Salespeople, What A Surprise!

The married couple, Logan and Mallory T. went into their timeshare sales presentation saying that there was no way they would buy a timeshare. They were offered a free stay at a Las Vegas resort as long as they agreed to attend this presentation. What was supposed to be a short meeting with no pressure to buy, quickly turned into an onslaught of deceptive sales practices towards the couple.

The following is a firsthand, written account about Logan and Mallory’s terrible timeshare experience. This industry and these resorts need to be held at a higher standard and we hope this story will bring more awareness to the growing issues at hand. Names have been changed or omitted due to potential privacy concerns. 

“We were not interested in owning a timeshare at first as we didn’t know much about them, so we went in saying there’s no way we’d actually buy one. Well, then the sales folks told us everything we could possibly want to hear. What we understood was that if we were owners then we’d be able to stay at all these fancy resorts whenever we like at least once every year. They made us feel like we couldn’t pass it up like it was a once in a lifetime deal.”

The salespeople misled Logan and Mallory on how timeshares truly work and as a result, the couple was quite interested. Now the only issue for them was the price, but that didn’t stop the salespeople. After several hours stuck in the meeting room and numerous price reductions, the couple still felt uncomfortable paying, but at this point, they couldn’t think of any other way out.

“So for the first few years, we tried to use the timeshare but could not even find a single resort available to vacation at. It didn’t matter the time of year or location we looked at, there was never any availability. This caused us to pay out of pocket to stay at other places for most of our vacations despite already paying $25,000 for this timeshare plus the annual maintenance fees.”

Logan and Mallory had invested so much money into their timeshare and were continuing to do so through the nonstop maintenance fees, but the results were minimal. The couple owned this timeshare for just under a decade and in all that time, their timeshare was only used once. That one time was when their daughter finally booked a trip, although it was just back to Las Vegas again.

“We were under the impression that there’d be a large variety of vacation spots for us to choose from. During that first sales presentation, they showed us hundreds of photos from different resorts we could visit with our timeshare at any time. We tried all of them but got nothing. Buying a timeshare was the stupidest decision we ever made because you can’t even use it!”

After years of disappointment, Logan and Mallory had finally had enough and decided to make a change. They knew with the burdensome maintenance fees only getting worse for them, there was no reason for them to keep this timeshare. Hoping for a smooth exit, they contacted the resort about this but that was a fruitless endeavor.

That’s what brought this couple’s attention to Wesley Financial Group, LLC, one of the leading timeshare exit companies of the industry. Within less than a year of working with us, Logan and Mallory are finally timeshare-free once again and never have to worry about those maintenance fees anymore!*

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.

(800) 425-4081

*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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