We are a consumer rights group that takes pride in assisting our clients by canceling timeshare contracts within the timeshare industry because of fraud, misrepresentation, and/or lies. Consumers are too often pressured into unnecessarily purchasing an expensive timeshare contract. Wesley Financial Group is about helping clients in seemingly helpless situations by standing by our clients, fighting for their rights, throughout the entire cancellation process.
You are not alone in your battle. Our customer service representatives are waiting to help you: having decades of experience in the timeshare industry. Whether you purchased your timeshare in the states, or a far off country, Wesley Financial Group LLC can help. Don’t throw your money away by going to a resale company or someone promising to take your deed. Our professionals will handle your case, with the mission of relieving your burden and saving you money. The end result will be legally canceling your timeshare contract.
The idea of canceling your timeshare, may be overwhelming. This is why hiring an advocacy group is beneficial: you no longer have to go through the battle alone. We won’t stop fighting for your rights until you are given a permanent timeshare relief form, and your timeshare contract is cancelled for good.
Owner and founder, Chuck McDowell, was the CEO of the very first timeshare consulting company and has helped thousands cancel their timeshares and protect their legal rights. . We are in good standings with all agencies available for assistance, which is why we guarantee our plan. We understand how difficult it can be to find a timeshare advocate that is established and adequately funded. You are sure to locate advocates all over the world, but problems including understaffing, and lack of knowledge often keep the consumer for a successful end result of a cancelled timeshare. Choosing the wrong timeshare advocate will cost you lost time and could cost thousands of dollars. Wesley Financial Group LLC has taken the time to study the specific trends of the majority of timeshare companies as they relate to common and frequent misrepresentation (both large and small).
Stories From Past Clients
Larry and Terry Frakes, March 8, 2014
We bought our first timeshare in 1999 at Fairfield in Nashville. We exchanged it through RCI within a few months, and loved the resort we visited, so after being told we could sell our Fairfield property very easily, we bought the second unit as well. Thence began our timeshare tale of woe. Over the years, Fairfield became Wyndham and we kept attending owner updates, under various names, and gradually came to own over a million points (8 weeks, give or take). We have received calls over the years asking us to file a fraud complaint and we always hung up Read more...
Susan and Thomas Kleber
We love vacations and, unfortunately, the timeshare representatives from Wyndham figured that out and would work on us from that aspect. We trusted them when we were told that we were investing, when we were told that they would help us, and when we were told that selling would be easy to do with such a strong company. We have found out that these were all lies to dupe the buyer into buying more and more. When the economy “tanked”, we found out the “true colors” of Wyndham. We both lost our jobs and found new ones, but our financial situation Read more...
- ~ Larry and Terry Frakes, March 8, 2014
"We bought our first timeshare in 1999 at Fairfield in Nashville. We exchanged it through RCI within a few months, and loved the resort we visited, so after being told we could sell our Fairfield property very easily, we bought the second unit as well. Thence began our timeshare tale of woe. Over the years, Fairfield became Wyndham and we kept attending owner updates, under various names, and gradually came to own over a million points (8 weeks, give or"
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