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NASHVILLE, Tenn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Wesley Financial Group (WFG), the leader in timeshare cancellations, is experiencing significant increases in requests from consumers seeking relief from timeshare debt. The company has fielded more than 65,000 inquiries from Jan. 1 to date in 2019 from consumers hoping to cancel their timeshares as compared to approximately 20,000 for the same period in 2018.

“The number of consumers deceived in the sales process by companies selling timeshares is immense,” said Robin McVey, president of WFG. “We’ve had exponential growth because – unlike others who tout themselves as cancellation experts – we have a proven track record of extricating those who qualify from timeshare agreements that are financial burdens for them and their families.”

WFG has separated itself from others in this segment by offering a money-back guarantee if the company cannot get its clients freed from their timeshare agreements. Unlike most other timeshare exit companies, WFG handles all phases of the cancellation process internally as opposed to any outsourcing. Prospective clients go through a thorough qualification process to determine if WFG can assist them. For those approved, WFG has been able to get timeshare owners relief in an average of less than 300 days.

“Our focus is on consumers who have experienced fraud, misrepresentation and/or outright lies during the sales presentations that led them to purchase a timeshare,” McVey said.

Out of the 65,000 inquiries through June 2019, 3,900 were qualified and have become WFG clients. To date in 2019, the company has relieved 1,068 clients of their timeshares, a value of more than $26 million saved just for owed mortgage debt relief.

“It’s a shame how many consumers get put into high pressure and unethical sales presentations that result in them signing agreements that put not only them, but also their heirs, into financially crippling situations for years to come,” McVey added.

Chuck McDowell created the timeshare cancellation industry with the formation of WFG in 2011. In 2012, he successfully defended his company and the industry in a landmark case versus Wyndham Vacation Resorts. The company has cancelled timeshare debt for more than 10,000 consumers.

Based in Franklin, Tenn., WFG holds an A+ rating and accreditation with the Better Business Bureau of Middle Tennessee and a platinum business credit score rating from Dun & Bradstreet. Visit for more information.


Mike Alday

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