Ellen works in a taxing government job, so when she was offered a free weekend getaway she immediately decided she should capitalize on the opportunity at hand. What she didn’t realize, though, was that her free weekend stay would include a very long and tedious timeshare meeting.
The following includes excerpts from Ellen’s timeshare experience. We hope her input helps to convey a few of the unethical strategies the timeshare industry often uses on trusting customers. The names of people and companies have been changed or removed for privacy concerns.
“In 2014 my partner and I visited a timeshare in Virginia just to get away. They took us through a long, tedious tour and buying process, after which made it appear that my partner and I would be getting a great deal. We were being manipulated, we just didn’t know it yet.”
It didn’t take long for Ellen to realize the kind of difficulties she would experience in booking a stay at her timeshare.
“It was unbelievable. We were always having to pay something before booking, on top of an already overpriced monthly payment. And this is all to say it only happened if the time we wanted to book was actually available, because usually it wasn’t.”
Fed up with her experience thus far, Ellen attempted to exit her timeshare by contacting her timeshare company. It was a valiant attempt, but she saw no results in the end.
“We told them we were unhappy with the level of service provided to us and that we never got a chance to use our timeshare because every time we did they would require us to pay for something else if the dates weren't available. We wanted to sell it back. They told us they couldn't buy it back, and if we didn't pay we would go into foreclosure. We also tried two other exit companies, one ripped us off and the other went into bankruptcy and we lost our money both times.”
At this point, Ellen felt hopeless. She had tried a total of three different outlets in order to try and vacate her timeshare. None of which were successful. Then, one day she heard a radio commercial for Wesley Financial Group, LLC (WFG).
“WFG sounded reputable and like they knew what they were doing. I was ready to be done with the mess and I was confident they would get the job done.”
We are happy to announce that not only was WFG able to assist Ellen in terminating her timeshare, but we were also able to relieve her of over $15,000 in timeshare mortgage debt.*
“Everything throughout this process was so seamless and refreshing. I was so grateful to finally be working with a team of people who cared about what I was going through.”
Now that she’s finally liberated from her timeshare, Ellen and her partner have started putting money away for a vacation home of their own.
If you know someone who’s in timeshare distress and could use our legitimate services, pass along our phone number below. We would be more than happy 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 cancelled within the time specified in the WFG Enrollment Agreement).
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