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Jane L. Was Duped Into A Timeshare After Attending A Long Sales Presentation

Jane’s timeshare nightmare started when she was offered a vacation package for less than $100.00. There was only one catch – she had to attend a sales presentation. Below is a word for word account of the timeshare ordeal that Jane experienced. We hope her written account will enlighten some of the tactics that the timeshare industry often uses on good, unsuspecting people. Names of people have been changed and/or redacted for privacy reasons.

“It all started when I was offered a vacation package for only $99.00. I thought, wow, what a great way to get the family a vacation to a popular amusement park destination. All I had to do was go listen to a presentation for an hour. Well that hour turned into several hours of high pressure until I finally gave in. I knew that if I did not give in I would be there for hours more. I was given the promise of great vacations around the world any time I chose and I could hand it down to my kids. Well, between the payments and the yearly maintenance fees I could no longer afford to take those supposed great vacations. Not only that, but every time I did want to go there were no openings. I regretted the day I signed the papers, I was paying for something I could not even use.”

Jane feels like she was lied to on numerous occasions, but the main lie that really stood out to her was the dishonesty when it came to her timeshare’s availability. 

“They mislead me with availability. It was never available to find a place when I wanted to go. The maintenance fee is exorbitant. And I could rollover the points, but it would cost me to keep those points at a pretty hefty fee.”

Feeling frustrated, Jane tried to take matters into her own hands by getting in touch with her timeshare management company. 

“I tried to cancel the timeshare on my own. I asked to lower my payments or switch to something smaller to make it easier for me. I continually contacted them but they refused to help. It became pointless after awhile.”

Then, one day while watching reruns of her favorite show, Jane saw a commercial for Wesley Financial Group, LLC (WFG). 

“After seeing the commercial, I decided to do some research on WFG. I found their social media pages and read some testimonials. I liked what I saw so I figured I would give them a try, and I’m so grateful I did.”

We are proud to announce that not only did our team terminate Jane’s timeshare agreement, but they also relieved her of over $25,000 in timeshare mortgage debt.*

“It was a great experience. I was given all the information up front. Each time I reached out after signing a document I got a response within minutes. It took no time at all for the timeshare company to release me from the obligation of the timeshare. Each letter I was given to send was perfectly written. I am not only satisfied but so happy I am free from the burden of the timeshare.”

Do Jane’s timeshare troubles sound eerily familiar? 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.

(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 cancelled within the time specified in the WFG Enrollment Agreement).

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