Wesley Financial Group Reviews: The Power of Reviews

A few decades ago, when we thought of reviews our minds would wander to movie reviews, restaurant reviews, and book reviews in either local or national newspapers. With our ever-expanding technological innovation, we are now able to use the internet to look up reviews about nearly everything. Not only can we read reviews on films, but we can also read reviews about what movie theaters would be the best to watch said film. Gone are the days where reviews were only left for national best-seller books or luxurious restaurants in major cities. Although we can still enjoy local reviews about events in our smaller towns, now we all have the power to leave reviews on nearly everything from a product on Amazon, to a film on Rotten Tomatoes. This is both a blessing and a curse for consumers as consumers try to siphon through what information via reviews is relevant. Mostly, reviews are a blessing for consumers.

Wesley Financial Group reviews your timeshare status to form an exit plan

Wesley Financial Group reviews can be found on our website, and we feel proud and honored to have received such lovely reviews from our clients. The power of reviews has taken the modern world by storm, particularly reviews that are left online. A great article from Forbes observes how this affects brands and how consumers utilize online reviews today.

The Power of Reviews

When we take a look at reviews for brands, an interesting article appears from Forbes. This article is written by Forbes contributor Matt Frary, a self-described ‘Chief of Chaos’ at a digital marketing agency. The article discusses the way reviews influence our decisions as consumers and how often they are being used now by consumers. Frary also touches upon how receiving honest feedback can be hard, especially when people who have bad experiences are more likely to leave feedback than others. In the article, Forbes contributor Matt Frary states, “According to Search Engine Land, a whopping 88% of consumers now trust product reviews as much as advice from friends and family, putting an anonymous online synopsis nearly on par with the age-old reliability of word-of-mouth marketing.” (Frary, 2017). In today’s world, the internet enables information at a moment’s notice, so there’s no need to call up a friend or relative to ask their opinion about a particular brand. Instead, you quickly go into a search engine or Amazon to determine whether or not people like or dislike a particular company or brand.

The article continues by emphasizing how millennials are a large part of the shift to online reviews. “In a lifestyle dominated by the internet, millennials see unique value in a well-thought-out purchase decision… the younger generation appreciates a world where knowledge reigns. And when authoritative news sources fail to keep up, reviews are the next best thing, with 90% of customers reading online reviews and 88% of customers trusting what they read about those companies reviewed.” (Frary, 2017). Again, the internet can give us information instantaneously. We no longer need to wait until the morning paper arrives or the nightly news comes on.

Frary observes that reviews are indeed powerful and has the numbers to prove it. “Don’t believe in the power of reviews? The numbers speak for themselves: According to BrightLocal, 92% of web users now read reviews and 40% make a decision based on as few as one to three opinions. Customers spend 31% more with a business that has excellent reviews, and only 14% of consumers consider investing in a business with a one- or two-star average.” (Frary, 2017).

As we can see, consumers largely depend on online reviews. “Despite the importance of online reviews, attracting honest feedback organically is a little harder than it appears. Search Engine Land also reports that 70% of customers are willing to leave a review if asked and only approximately 50% do so when asked… customers who had a bad experience are two to three times as likely to leave feedback as someone who received great service.” (Frary, 2017).

In a sea of timeshare despair, Wesley Financial offers hope

Frary’s article in Forbes is an observant piece about the influence and effect that online reviews have on our lives. Indeed, reviews are powerful. You can find some Wesley Financial Group reviews on our website. We’re proud to say that we have had the opportunity to help quite a few people either cancel their timeshare or reduce their level of ownership. Our Wesley Financial Group reviews on our website give potential clients the opportunity to see all that we have done to help past clients. You may find many of the Wesley Financial Group reviews under the ‘Testimonial’ section on our website. This is only a sample of some of the many people that we have had the opportunity to help since our opening in 1989.

Praise We’ve Received in Wesley Financial Group Reviews

We’re are honored that some of our clients have taken the opportunity to thank us and share their experience with our company. As we stated earlier, some Wesley Financial Group reviews can be found under the ‘Testimonial’ section on our website. Take for instance what Sara Kebow said, “Reese and I are more than grateful to everyone at Wesley Financial Group. Thanks to ya’ll we feel as though a weight has been lifted and we can move on without the worry of a troublesome timeshare. We can now focus on purchasing a home. Everyone has been amazing in helping Reese and me with our timeshare nightmare.”

Another one of our clients Terrell and Rached S. had this to say about their experience with Wesley Financial Group, “We are so thankful we asked WFG to help. If you find yourselves in similar circumstances, you can trust WFG. They will lead you every step of the way and get you out of your timeshare burden. We now have peace of mind thanks to WFG.”

Charlie Tiller had this to say about us, “My wife Nancy and I agreed to have Wesley Financial Group help us cancel our timeshare agreement. We had over $90,000.00 in debt plus monthly maintenance fees. We got into this situation due to deceptive and misleading tactics used against us by the sales staff at Wyndham. Wesley Financial Group helped get this debt canceled for us and we are glad we decided to get their help.”

Your golden years should not be held back by timeshare fraud

We’re thankful for the thanks we’ve received in our Wesley Financial Group reviews. If you are stuck in a timeshare, and you were deceived or misled into purchasing or upgrading your level of ownership, contact our offices. Schedule a time to speak in detail with one of our employees so we can help get you out of your timeshare issues. Once you’ve contacted us, we’ll be able to let you know whether we can help you cancel your timeshare or reduce your level of ownership. We’ll let you know if we don’t think we can help you in your particular situation, but don’t hesitate to contact us. We’ve helped many people and would be glad to help you out of your timeshare troubles.

Frary, Matt. (October 9, 2017). The Power Of Review Sites For Brands.

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