The WFG Team
Chuck Mcdowell was born and raised in Tennessee, where he attended Mt. Juliet High School and Middle Tennessee State University. He has spent the last 30 years focusing on serving others and running his own businesses. Chuck started his first company in 1982, and spent time as a stock broker for Pru-Bache during the mid 80s. He later embarked on the insurance industry before becoming a sales representative for a timeshare company. It was at that timeshare co. that Chuck realized the industry is not what he thought it was. After discovering the many deceitful tactics the timeshare industry encourages, Chuck left the industry to work on the other side: for consumer rights. He soon served as the CEO for a timeshare advocacy group that is considered to be the pioneer of the timeshare cancellation industry. Just before forming the Wesley Financial Group, LLC, Chuck was the Vice President of operations for the second timeshare advocacy firm that he worked for. It is Chucks mission to abide by the motto of John Wesley himself, “Do all the good you can, By all the means you can, In all the ways you can, In all the places you can, At all the times you can, To all the people you can, As long as ever you can.” Chuck McDowell is the President and CEO of Wesley Financial Group, LLC. He is a father of two sons, Charles and Cameron. They currently all reside on Old Hickory Lake in Mt. Juliet, Tn.
Britt Gober is the Senior Vice President and Partner at Wesley Financial Group, LLC. He studied at Tennessee Tech on a golf scholarship and went on to spend 12 years in the insurance business. He worked for the National Teachers Association as a Regional Director and was also co-owner of Southern Educators Inc. Britt then went on to the home securities industry, where for 12 years he was the co-owner of Alert America Inc. He was the first person to be elected to the ADT Security Hall of Fame. For the next 8 years, Britt co-owned Professional Mortgage Consulting and later went on to be the Managing Consultant for a timeshare consulting firm. Britt is a native Nashvillian, and currently serves on the board of directors with Johnny Minick Ministries in Smyrna, Tn. His motto for life is, “In every situation, always put others first. You are blessed when you are a blessing and will always sleep peacefully”.
- ~ We felt somewhat pressured to make the quick decision at the moment
"We have been a member since 2003, each time we have visited the representative, we have felt somewhat pressured to make the quick decision at the moment (there were some times the feeling of urgency that the property would only be available for a short time before someone else would get the property), they told us that they reserved the first right of refusal if we decided to sell, we were not always told about the cancellation policy, we have been given the impression we would have a personal rep but if you try and get them, they have either been transferred, promoted or no longer with the company, part of our payment on one visit was placed on a credit card that we were not made to fully understand and were a little shocked. Yes, we continued to purchase thinking each time would be to our benefit and in some ways it has been but it is very expensive. We do try and use our points and I do not want to let them go but I do tell others to watch what they buy. I have never attend! ed a weekend event but I realize every time you talk with them, it is meant to get you to buy more points. When in the past they tell you you can make changes, it always mean you you have to buy more points but you don't realize this until they tell you for how much!! I know everything comes with a"
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