Wesley Financial Group Reviews
Wesley Financial Group reviews are mostly positive but there are some negative reviews online. If you’ve seen one of Wesley’s commercials, then you’ve probably seen them boast about how they employ over 300+ people and have helped over 12,000+ timeshare owners. It’s no question Wesley Financial Group has scaled up significantly since its establishment as an exit company, but what our team found even more impressive was its ability to maintain such a strong positive presence in the cancellation industry.
Whether you search Wesley Financial Group, “icanceltimeshares.com” or “timesharecancellations.com”, you’ll end up at the same place. The first thing our team noticed is their homepage containing the company’s credentials as well as video testimonials of past customer’s experience with the company. We admire Wesley here because they add evidence to their success in the cancelation industry by receiving endorsements from 10 different well-respected business accreditors. In addition, the company does well to provide real authentic feedback through their video testimonials as opposed to written reviews.
As our team continued to review the company’s website, we noticed in big bold letters “Guaranteed Timeshare Cancellation.” This statement led our team to find that Wesley Financial Group offers a 100% Guarantee or your Money-Back. Although we would have preferred if the company offered Escrow, the 100% Money-Back Guarantee can be very useful if the company you’re thinking of hiring has a strong positive presence in the cancellation industry. A reputable company will have secured financial assets to ensure their clients will receive a refund. This could turn out to be a cheaper alternative since you typically have to pay an additional fee for the Escrow payment option.
Wesley Financial Group also has a “Tools” page where they break down inflated maintenance costs. We admire WFG here for providing knowledge of how maintenance fees tend to increase because the truth is, the timeshare’s sales representatives probably didn’t do a great job at explaining this when you signed the contract. Any exit company that makes an effort to provide public knowledge is generally a good sign that they are reputable. Another point that stood out to our team, is the emphasis Wesley Financial Group puts on its CEO – Chuck McDowell. According to WFG, Chuck really fights for the consumer. A company having the full support of their CEO is a very good sign that they are reputable because it demonstrates he’s willing to put his reputation on the line for the company.
Another point that stood out to our team, is how the company doesn’t accept every case. The company is very selective on who they accept, which is a good sign that they aren’t just greedy salesmen. Wesley Financial Group offers a free consultation so the company can take a closer look at your situation and see if you qualify for their services. An exit company that is greedy would just take on any case that came their way and would try to charge up-front without any knowledge of the situation. We admire WFG’s effort here to evaluate each case carefully.
As we scrolled through the Wesley Financial Group’s website, we noticed their exit methods aren’t listed online. We could not confirm if the company uses attorneys during the cancellation process, but what we did learn is they send out cancellation letters on behalf of their clients. We came across a “Blog” post where Wesley Financial Group mentions a couple of different ways you can exit your timeshare without involving a timeshare attorney. We disagree, read below on why.
Our team believes the most legitimate way you can get rid of your timeshare is through a timeshare attorney, they add an extra layer of protection while you try to cancel your “legally binding” timeshare contract. Contact our team if you have questions or concerns before working with any exit company that does not utilize attorneys so we can help you get the matter clarified.
Some Wesley Financial Group reviews on various platforms have stated the company has taken longer than they have promised. This can happen in certain cases but our team does not like this. We believe a client should be a priority and if a company is not pushing for your case, then you have various options.