When Tracie first bought a timeshare she was met with the idea that once she paid it off she could give it to her son. But once she realized that the maintenance fees were indefinite, she immediately started looking for a way out.
The following includes first hand experiences from Tracie’s timeshare ordeal. We hope her written account helps bring clarity to the murky tactics that the timeshare industry uses everyday on innocent customers. The names of people and companies have been changed or removed for privacy concerns.
“In my first ever timeshare presentation, I was told just how great of an investment this would be. They made it seem like the best choice ever for a family to go on vacations.”
Feeling pressured to sign on the dotted line in front of her, Tracie went through and signed her timeshare agreement. She soon realized that her timeshare was in all reality, a scam. Not only was availability tough, but there was always something wrong with the unit she stayed in.
“The payments were getting so pricey, and I never really got a unit that I was promised. I had to book 13 months out to get a popular place to stay and there were no refunds. If I did voice my opinion and showed them that I was unhappy, their solution was to just give me a two to three-night stay within a years time. Not to mention, there was always something wrong with the unit in every location we stayed at. It was ridiculous. ”
When Tracie had originally been sold her timeshare, she was told that it was a great investment to pass down to her kids. She was intrigued by this idea at first. Mostly because she hadn’t been made aware of the real terms behind this so-called selling point.
“I’m a mother of a 20-year-old boy, my original thought was to pay off my timeshare and hand it over to my son for him and his future family to use. Unfortunately, the maintenance fees keep increasing every year no matter whether you’ve paid off your timeshare or not. I didn’t want to put a financial burden on my son, and so I had to explore other options.”
After five years of owning her timeshare, Tracie decided enough was enough. She started looking for any way out of this money-sucking mess. One day, a friend shared a link to the Wesley Financial Group, LLC (“WFG”) website.
“It was an easy decision once I saw that they offered a money-back guarantee if they couldn’t get me out of my timeshare. I’m so glad I went through with it because everyone I talked to was so helpful and friendly.”
We are elated to announce that not only did our team terminate Tracie’s timeshare, but we also helped her receive a refund of $17,000.*
“I would recommend WFG to anyone trying to get out of a timeshare. It was a very painless process, and it gave both me and my son peace of mind heading into the future. We are truly so grateful.”
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 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 cancelled within the time specified in the WFG Enrollment Agreement).
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