We Know How To Get Out Of A Timeshare Contract
Wesley Financial Group, LLC is a consumer rights group that was originally founded in 1989. We specialize in complete timeshare cancellation and timeshare debt elimination to individuals and families who have experienced fraud, misrepresentation, and/or lies during sales presentations. We know how to get out of a timeshare contract! Consumers are too often pressured in to unnecessarily purchasing an expensive timeshare contract. Wesley Financial Group, LLC assists those whom have ended up in seemingly helpless situations by standing by our clients, ensuring the timeshare and all of it’s attached debt is eliminated, and fighting for every last penny spent on the timeshare to be returned to our client.
You are not alone in your battle. The team members in our Cancellation and Resolution Departments have successfully eliminated millions of dollars in timeshare debt for people just like you. Having decades of experience in the timeshare and timeshare cancellation industries, Wesley Financial Group, LLC can assure success for every case we accept. If our departments approve you as a new client, you will never be required to make another payment on your timeshare; our clients experience an immediate freedom. Given our first class team and executive staff, there has never been a case that Wesley Financial Group has lost.
Owner and founder of Wesley Financial Group, Chuck McDowell, founded the entire timeshare cancellation industry and has since assisted thousands of individuals in getting rid of their timeshare and escaping their timeshare debt. Since its founding, companies have opened trying to copy our model and assist timeshare owners, but every one of them have ended up folding. Simply put, Chuck McDowell has built Wesley Financial Group in to an unstoppable force able to assist most timeshare owners.
Along side our 100% success rate, we proudly hold an A+ rating and accreditation from the Better Business Bureau of Middle Tennessee.
If you have been making your monthly payments to your timeshare and you feel that you have been mislead in to upgrading while you were trying to enjoy a vacation, you hold a chance to never have to make a payment again and possibly have the money you were duped out of returned to you. Our doors are always open to you. Feel free to either give us a call or stop by our office. We look forward to meeting you.
World’s Largest Timeshare Company Loses Lawsuit Against Timeshare Advocate Chuck McDowell, CEO of Wesley Financial Group
Chuck McDowell, who helps disgruntled timeshare owners get out of their contracts and get their money back, is the first timeshare advocate to stand up to giant timeshare company Wyndham Vacation Ownership
How do I get rid of my timeshare? Getting out of a timeshare is a new kind of business has sprung up in recent years in response to complaints by vacation timeshare owners. The new business, timeshare advocacy, helps disgruntled timeshare owners get out of their contracts and get their money back.
Predictably, timeshare companies are not enamored with the new timeshare advocacy industry. The biggest vacation timeshare company in the world, Wyndham Vacation Ownership, has recently begun suing these companies. Up until now, every timeshare advocate sued has settled out of court to avoid the exorbitant costs of fighting a multinational company in court.
However, Chuck McDowell, CEO of Wesley Financial Group, refused to settle and his decision to stand has been vindicated, as a Tennessee jury recently found McDowell innocent on all causes of actions brought by Wyndham. Wyndham had alleged that McDowell, who sold timeshares for the company for approximately 11 months in 2007 and 2008, had unlawfully divulged trade secrets in rescuing hapless timeshare victims. Its specific charges were violations of the Tennessee Uniform Trade Secrets Act, unauthorized practice of law, intentional interference with business relations, civil conspiracy, breach of contract, unfair competition, procurement of breach of contract, violation of the Tennessee Consumer Protection Act and unjust enrichment.
The jury deliberated less than 20 minutes on July 19 before finding for McDowell on all counts. After entering the verdict, Presiding Judge William Haynes, US District judge in the Middle District of Tennessee, dismissed the case “with prejudice,” as was stated in the judgment order for case No. 3:10-1028.
“We were very pleased with the jury’s decision in Chuck McDowell’s case. The fact that the jury returned a verdict so quickly makes it clear that the lawsuit was without merit,” said attorney Lyndsay Smith Hyde of the McKellar|Hyde law firm, who represented McDowell with her partner, Andrea McKellar.