Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Beware Garza Blanca Timeshare?

According to Mexican Timeshare Solutions, you should beware of Garza Blanca timeshare, one of Mexico’s most reputable vacation and hospitality brands. Mexican Timeshare Solutions (aka Gonzalez & Gonzalez Timeshare Solutions or www.timesharescam.com) tries to discredit not only Garza Blanca timeshare, but also other reputable timeshare providers in Mexico. Why would they do such a thing? Just take a look at what this company is selling: timeshare cancellation services. It would seem that this company is publishing defamatory material about the top timeshare companies in Mexico for its own profit.

Beware Garza Blanca Timeshare?

Thus, the question arises: Who is the scammer in this scenario? Should you beware Garza Blanca timeshare or Mexican Timeshare Solutions? Let’s take a look at the evidence. Mexican Timeshare Solutions has a whole website dedicated to promoting how it can allegedly cancel your timeshare contract. The red flag arises when you consider that a timeshare contract is legally binding. You can’t just change your mind after the rescission period has passed. Also, Mexican Timeshare Solutions makes judgmental and false claims against some of the other top timeshare companies; Garza Blanca timeshare is not the only genuine company they target.

Remember that if anyone like Mexican Timeshare Solutions claims they can lawfully cancel your timeshare after the initial rescission period, that person is most likely promoting a scam and just trying to take your money.  Don’t be fooled.

Beware Mexican Timeshare Solutions?

So again, who is the real scammer here: beware Garza Blanca timeshare or beware Mexican Timeshare Solutions? Stop and think for a minute. When you purchase a legitimate timeshare membership like Garza Blanca timeshare (Garza Blanca timeshare’s founders have been in the business for more than 30 years) you can be sure you are buying a genuine product. So why would a timeshare cancellation company claim they can cancel your timeshare when there is nothing fraudulent about Garza Blanca timeshare? At Garza Blanca, what’s in the contract is delivered; the resorts are real with thousands of happy members. You should certainly try to read between the lines when dealing with Mexican Timeshare Solutions.

So, who is the scammer? You decide!

Have you had a bad experience with Mexican Timeshare Solutions? Have you attended a Garza Blanca Timeshare and had a positive outcome? Please leave your comments here, so readers can see who the real scammer is.

Thursday, April 13, 2017

BEWARE of the Villa Group Timeshare

According to Mexican Timeshare Solutions, people looking to purchase timeshare should beware the Villa Group timeshare. Not only does the Mexican Timeshare Solution Company try to discredit this reputable Mexican timeshare provider but it also publishes defamatory materials about a number of other leading timeshare companies in order to sell its cancellation services.

Beware of the Villa Group Timeshare or Beware Mexican Timeshare Solutions?

The question really arises about which is the real scam here. Is buying a genuine timeshare product at Villa Group timeshare the scam or is Mexican Timeshare Solutions who claim to be able to cancel a legally binding contract the scam? Judging by the false claims made by Mexican Timeshare Solutions about a number of leading timeshare companies, the scam seems to point to the cancellation company.

Timeshare resorts usually hire aggressive salespeople to sell their timeshares

In one of its articles, Mexican Timeshare Solutions claims that timeshare resorts usually hire aggressive salespeople and that they use tricky sales tactics. While this may or may not be true, the fact remains that these timeshare companies are not frauds or scams and that you should read your timeshare contract (like any legal contract) carefully before signing. Consumers have a choice about what they purchase.

The Villa Group Timeshare is not a fraudulent timeshare developer

Contrary to what Mexican Timeshare Solutions may have you believe, The Villa Group timeshare is not a fraudulent timeshare developer. This timeshare company is affiliated with ARDA (American Resort Development Association) and offers genuine timeshare products. The Villa Group timeshare is renowned for having developed luxurious resorts in Mexico located in some of the best beach destinations such as Cabo San Lucas, Cancun, Puerto Vallarta, Riviera Nayarit and Loreto:

        Villa del Arco Cabo San Lucas
        Villa del Palmar Cabo San Lucas
        Villa La Estancia Cabo San Lucas
        Villa del Palmar Cancun
        Villa del Palmar at the Islands of Loreto
        Villa del Mar Puerto Vallarta
        Villa del Palmar Puerto Vallarta
        Villa del Palmar Flamingos
        Villa La Estancia Riviera Nayarit

These beach resorts with luxury spas developed by the Villa Group are all beautiful, boasting a range of spacious studios and larger one, two and three bedroom suites and penthouses. You can purchase timeshares when you attend a presentation at any of these resorts.

Universal Vacation Club International

The timeshare company that operates Villa Group’s timeshare products goes by the name of Universal Vacation Club International (UVCI). This company deals directly with members services and the details of how the membership works. This company has also been falsely targeted by Mexican Timeshare Solutions as a fraud.

What is your experience of Mexican Timeshare Solutions? Have you experienced a timeshare presentation for Villa Group timeshare? Leave your comments and help readers find out the truth about which is the real scam to beware of.

Monday, April 3, 2017

Why do People Keep Falling for Timeshare Scams?

Firstly, it is important to define what a timeshare scam actually is. The term timeshare scam is sometimes used erroneously to describe timeshare in general, which is simply not true. When timeshare suits you and your vacation needs as well as your income, then timeshare can be a great idea. In reality, the true  timeshare scams are those that are out to take your money, no matter what, and are usually found when dealing with timeshare resale companies, timeshare cancellation, and rogue timeshare sellers.

Timeshare scams and maintenance fees

One of the reasons that some people call timeshare a scam are the maintenance fees. People who feel they have been involved in a timeshare scam sometimes claim that they were never told about the maintenance fees. While it is quite plausible (albeit bad practice) that your seller downplayed the maintenance dues for your timeshare, details about maintenance fees for your timeshare will be included on any contract you sign when purchasing a timeshare. Maintenance fees are necessary; and anyone who owns a condo will know that without them, your property falls into decline pretty rapidly without maintenance.

False promises by timeshare sellers

If you attend a timeshare presentation at a reputable timeshare resort, the risk of being lied to is much lower, and if you have any doubts that the claims made by your sales agent, you should complain while you are still at the resort to help the company identify members of its team who many not be following the company rules. It is natural for your agent to be a great salesman or woman, dazzling you with the benefits of your potential membership. With any luck, you are attending a timeshare at a resort that is worth the timeshare investment. However, the bottom line remains that you have to decide if you can afford it. There is no point crying “timeshare scam” because you don’t have the money to cover your payments; rather, keep your head during the presentation and buy within your means (you can always upgrade later). Don’t be a victim of high pressure sales tactics, be clear about what you can afford.

The real timeshare scams

The real timeshare scams to beware are no longer attending presentations at the big resorts. Nowadays, there are so many regulations involved with timeshare that scams are few and far between when opting for reputable companies. Nevertheless, there are still some timeshare scams to beware such as:
Timeshare resale scams - you buy a secondhand timeshare and find there is only one year left on the membership or that the membership is non-existent. Sometimes you have to pay a huge amount to cover any outstanding maintenance fees before you can use the timeshare.

Timeshare Cancellation Scams - Companies charge you to cancel your timeshare when in fact you have no legal grounds for cancellation. You later find that you have defaulted on your loans.

Rogue Timeshare sellers - Beware any timeshare seller who wants to complete the deal outside of the resort where you had your presentation.