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Social Media’s Effect on Timeshare Lies

Remember when you were a child and your parents warned you about strangers? They told you to never trust someone who offered you candy. Your parents warned you to always be on the lookout. If you’ve been duped in a timeshare scam, you may ask yourself why you let yourself trust a stranger. You may wonder why you didn’t heed your parent’s advice. The important thing is to remember that fraudulent timeshare sales representatives have nothing to do with your judgment of character. It is easy to be duped by something that appears to be other than what it is.

In today’s world, it is even easier to be fooled by appearances, especially appearances on the internet. More specifically, appearances on social media. Everyone and anyone can be fooled on social media. There are no two ways around it. It is interesting to read about something or someone and realize that things couldn’t be further from the truth. Both individuals and businesses alike can take advantage of social media. It’s up to them to decide whether they will be honest or deceitful. Wesley Financial Group reviews all the ways in which innocent people are duped by timeshare companies. In the past decade, social media has had an unprecedented effect upon our everyday lives, and that includes the lives of victims of timeshare fraud.

The Effects of Social Media

Wesley Financial Group - Social Media IconsSocial media has become a common way for people to interact with the world. People use social media to communicate with friends and family. People also use social media to find out about the world. Social media can be used for good things, but it can also be used for bad things as well. One of the issues is the truth behind social media. In an article written by Bob Deutsch, he takes a look at how artificial most social media is. “Social media — the first mass medium to allow people to publicly share their thoughts, feelings and lives with others — has become dangerously inauthentic. From cries of “fake news” to the rise of bots, bogus followers and other trolls, it’s hard to know whom, what or where to trust.” (Deutsch, 2018).

Deutsch observes what may be done to stop the falseness that follows social media. “To even begin to remedy social media’s problem with inauthenticity, we have to first resist the urge to believe that better, more secure technology will fix the problem. While tech is a symptom of the bigger issue, it’s not the underlying cause.” (Deutsch, 2018). The same falseness that attaches to individuals can also attach to business. Wesley Financial Group reviews with clients what about be done about the disadvantageous situation they are put in after believing the lies that a timeshare company has told.

On an individual level, it is easy to pick apart the problem with the inauthenticity of social media. “Everyone on social media is infected with the same problem: The very nature of it causes all of us to be fake. So, while we can share the delectable stack of pancakes we had for breakfast, the highlights of last night’s party, our feet poolside on vacation and of course, our “likes” and laments, all we’re sharing is a simple chronicle. One that with the right filter and snappy status update can project an image of a life far better than the one we authentically experience.’” (Deustch, 2018). Deutsch does a great job of analyzing how false people can make things appear to be. This can also be said of businesses. The lies that the timeshare industry tells potential buyers is outrageous. Yet for years, innocent people fall victim to their lies. Wesley Financial Group reviews all that can be done to help poor victims such as these. Social media may have a part in helping and in hurting people.

Deutsch examines what can be done to curb the lies that are perpetuating by social media.

“For social media sites to get to the heart of their problem with the proliferation of “fake” people and information, they must stop blaming failures of technology. Instead, they have to truly provide a social space where people can be and become. They have to alter the construct so that those trying to imitate real humans and authentic experiences will be easy to spot — and block. And to complete the cure, everyone who uses social media must embrace life’s ironies, zigzags, contradictions and incompleteness. In other words, dare to be expansive, and open your narrative up to reveal your true self, and not a facsimile thereof.” (Deutsch, 2018). It would be great if lies and falsehoods perpetuated on social media could be stopped, but what about the falsehoods that deceitful timeshare companies continue to spread?

If you or someone you know is the victim of timeshare fraud, you may feel that there is little that can be done to help you escape from your predicament. This isn’t the case. As a matter of fact, Wesley Financial Group reviews what options victims of timeshare fraud have. Wesley Financial Group reviews solutions to timeshare scams.

Wesley Financial Group Reviews Solutions

Wesley Financial Group - Review SolutionsWhile you may be getting jealous of a high school friend who seems to be doing really well, or amazing posts by a timeshare company that seems to do everything perfect, remember that things aren’t always what they seem. Looks can be deceiving. Wesley Financial Group reviews with clients their experience with timeshare fraud. We want to be able to truly help you overcome the timeshare deception that you have faced. Since 1989, we have successfully helped countless individuals and families overcome timeshare scams. If you are trying to reduce your level of ownership or cancel your timeshare, contact our offices. We would be more than happy to talk with you about your situation. Wesley Financial Group reviews options with all clients and tells it like it is. We don’t pull the wool over our client’s eyes. Unlike many users of social media, we tell the truth.

Your parents raised you to watch out for untrustworthy people. Life can get more complicated as you get older. As we go on in life, sometimes we don’t make the right choice about people. But no one has a crystal ball! If you fell for a timeshare scam, you shouldn’t beat yourself up for falling for it. The best that you can do it move forward with your life and remember that sometimes things can be other than what they really are. Social media exacerbates this phenomenon. There’s no telling where the future lies, but Wesley Financial Group will continue to help people out of a timeshare jam. We won’t stop fighting until people are no longer scammed by timeshare companies. If you’ve been duped in timeshare scam, schedule a time to contact our offices. A member of our team would be more than happy to talk with you about your timeshare problems. Wesley Financial Group has a 100% proven success rate. As a leader in the timeshare advocacy industry, we won’t let you down.

Deutsch, Bob. (April 19, 2018). Why Everyone and Everything on Social Media Is Fake.

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