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Josephine and Meredith Were Lied To And Pressured Into Purchasing A Timeshare

Timeshare sales presentations are becoming known to be some of the most highly-pressured sales situations out there. The tension the salespeople bring into the room and their insistence on pressuring people into foolish deals, is leaving a bad taste in the mouth of many. Unfortunately, former clients of ours, Josephine and Meredith, had to experience this firsthand as they had no intention of buying a timeshare but were pushed to the breaking point until they did so.

The following is a written account of Joseph and Meredith's experience with the timeshare salesmen and a pressure-filled situation. The names of people and places have been changed and/or redacted for privacy reasons. 

“We were absolutely pressured into buying our timeshare. We attended a timeshare sales presentation during our vacation and we spent hours there touring the resort and for the most part, listening to sales pitches. At our table, we went from salesperson to salesperson each trying to sell us on buying a timeshare but we kept telling them we weren’t interested and just there for our vacation.”

Another aspect that many people are not a fan of during these sales presentations is the ringing of a bell every time a sale is made. It tends to assist in creating a hectic and pressuring atmosphere for others who are not interested. 

“Well then they just started coming up with all these reasons to discount the timeshare unit for us and by the end of it, they were only asking for a fraction of what they initially asked for. Exhausted at that point and they made it seem like a good deal, and so we finally agreed to the purchase. Since then, it has brought us nothing but hardship. They lied to us saying it would not affect our credit scores but sure enough, it did and they even signed us up for new credit cards that we were left unaware of.”

There is no reason that timeshares should keep people locked into the long-term plans that they do. This only benefits the resort company financially, while it damages innocent people financially and personally. 

“We were not able to use the timeshare much after buying it because my son suffered a brain injury that would not allow us to travel often. But even if that was not the case, I still don’t think we would have had enough money to travel due to how much we had to pay the resort every month. We needed the money more to go towards hospital bills and long-term plans for our family, not a useless timeshare.”

So, Josephine and Meredith eventually called us at Wesley Financial Group, LLC to help them out of this timeshare nightmare they were in. We worked day and night to ensure their timeshare agreement was terminated and now we are happy to announce this has been fulfilled. Not only have they been ridded of their timeshare but they are also avoiding $7,000 in timeshare mortgage debt.* We are happy to see the stress caused by their timeshare purchase is now over.

Have you or someone you know found yourself stuck in a similar timeshare situation? Then give us a call at the number below today. We would be more than happy to see if you qualify for our timeshare termination services.

(800) 425-4081

*Wesley Financial Group, LLC (“WFG”) develops individualized programs for each client, terminates over 98% 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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