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Mayan Palace Timeshare Scam

Mayan Palace Timeshare Scam
04 Nov 2011
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Read more on how Mayan Palace creates "perfect" atmospheres to lure prospects into unnecessary timeshare purchases and becomes into mayan palace timeshare scam victims.

Mayan Palace Timeshare Scam an Actually serious problem.

Mayan Palace are luxurious timeshare resorts with locations in Acapulco, Mazatlan, Nuevo Vallarta, Puerto Peñasco, Puerto Vallarta and Rivera Maya, with spacious accommodations, world-class restaurants, golf, tennis, a high level of services and amenities, programs for children and themed events.

Mayan Palace sales tactics are hardcore and they will tell you anything you want to hear to get you into the contract and keep you in contract with them. It is too common for the sales representative to offer you an upgrade if you already own a timeshare with them.

Most of the Mayan Palace Timeshare Scam being committed by the Sales representative  is that they don’t let their buyers know they have a 5 days cooling period if they wish to cancel; instead, they repeatedly tell they buyers once the contract is being sign there is no cancellation period. Mayan Palace sales representative also offers a trade-In, letting the buyer believe that Mayan Palace is going to take their other timeshare and sell them for them and deducting the cost of their new timeshare with Mayan Palace, but at the end you end up owning two timeshares and payments due for Mayan Palace turning it into in a double Mayan Palace timeshare Scam.

Mayan Palace’ Sales Pitch will explain you all the places you can go with your timeshare and how much you are going to love your vacations with them and how exclusive and prestigious its to own a Mayan Palace’ timeshare. What they fail to explain you is how the timeshare works and what are the real possibilities of traveling to those places.


Mayan Palace’ sales representatives also fail to explain what kind of unit you are in fact purchasing and more often than ever it is now the unit the sales representative shows you in the tour, They also promise to get you discounts in airfares and certificates for cruises which both of them are false.

Dealing with Mayan Palace after the purchase of your timeshare can be a little frustrated. Especially because customer service won’t get you the answers you expect to get when it comes on how to use your timeshare or trying to Book your next vacations, lucky if you are able to do book anything.

Before a purchase

Before you purchase, you need to think carefully how you will use it in your life, and if you have the money to spend; take your time and don´t make any commitments on your first visit. Also, don’t forget to do an internet search on the company, and if the company is legit they will let you come back another day if you wish to make de purchase.

Thousands of people every year fall victim to fraudulent timeshare sales practices while vacationing in Mexico. The sales teams have carefully crafted and proven techniques to close sales, and are very skilled in ensuring that potential clients become timeshare owners.

Take action

Do not feel ashamed of your purchase, instead, take action to prevent others from financial ruin and to resolve your own situation. Contact Mexican Timeshare Solutions today for professional advice on how to get rid of your Mexican timeshare contract, so that you can take vacations on your own terms.


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  • jorgeJune 30, 2014, 5:41 pm

    La política de estos señores es mentir descaradamente y para eso tienen muy bien entrenados a sus promotores, luego la Empresa pide disculpas pero ni aportan soluciones y muco menos devuelven el dinero. ESTAFADORESSSS

  • WMontgomeryJune 28, 2014, 11:55 am

    The Grand Mayan is a very nice resort; however, stay away from timeshare presentations. Don't go to the presentation to get something in return. Stay away from taxi drivers unless you speak the language. When you arrive to the resort, tell them you should expect your room to be cleaned. If the room is not clean, go to the front desk immediately and tell them to clean it immediately or to give you another room. DO NOT GO IN THE ROOM AND WAIT FOR THEM. Do not go to the timeshare to get free stuff. I follow these instructions everywhere I go when it's a timeshare. Stay away from Party. LET THE RESORT KNOW WHERE YOU ARE GOING AT ALL TIMES. I follow these rules. My vacations turn out just fine each time. Also, stay away from scammers to buy your timeshare. They want to get paid a transfer fee BEFORE THEY SELL YOUR TIMESHARE. It's NOT TRUE. You must pay the transfer fee personally to the Grand Mayan, not the scammers. BE AWARE AND THEN YOU'LL BE PREPARED. One company is called Vector Marketing Solutions: 204 East Capitol, St. Jackson, MS, 39201. STAY AWAY FROM THEM. They want money upfront. It's a scam!!!!!!!!!! ANY COMPANY THAT WANTS MONEY BEFORE THEY SELL YOUR TIMESHARE, IT'S A SCAM.

  • ricbeeJune 11, 2014, 12:38 pm

    Timeshares may not be a complete scam,but they are near worthless. I listened to a few pitches in the distant past,but alas,why waste my time & theirs

  • ricbeeJune 11, 2014, 12:38 pm

    Timeshares may not be a complete scam,but they are near worthless. I listened to a few pitches in the distant past,but alas,why waste my time & theirs

  • VioletApril 9, 2014, 11:53 am

    Is there an answer to getting rid of a timeshare? Mine is paid for but I am still paying maintenance fees. I have never used it. What happens if I just stop paying the fees?

  • Carmen Marzo 26, 2014, 9:20 am

    Deberian quitarlos del aeropuerto a mi novio y a mi nos agarraron en el aeropuerto , nos vendieron un paquete turistico y teniamos que ir a recoger los tickets ahi. Dijeron solo son 90 minutos y nos tuvieron desde las 9am hasta las 5pm y nos nos dejaban salir cuando deciamos que no queriamos se pusieron a gritarnos etc etc , feisima experiencia , mal que el gobierno de Mexico y la Secretaria de turismo no proteja a los extrajeros y nacionales que vamos a conocer su pais.

  • OscarMarzo 3, 2014, 10:17 am

    para nadie es secreto ke el mayan palace es el peeeeoooor resort de todos verdad? esto sin duda lo confirma

  • ElegyFebruary 27, 2014, 9:28 am

    Reading these comments makes me sick. I went through the same routine, my wife and I want to travel more and it sounded like a great deal. I've been constantly deployed ever since and just read the contract on my last r&r, nothing they said was true. There's got to be something we can do to these lowlife bastards, isn't there? Reading all these different forums, there's more than enough people to get a class action lawsuit I would think. Is there anywhere(authorities, etc) in Mexico that will help us out? You would think that they would want to protect the tourist industry down there.

  • Wendy KFebruary 24, 2014, 11:15 am

    We fell for the same scam at the Mayan Palace in Playa del Carmen. It is unbelievable that these people are getting away with this nonsense. Our experiences have been the same as others posting on this site (with some minor variations). I am currently trying to find out who owns these properties. During the presentation my salesperson told me it was a company in Texas that owned the Mayan resorts. If anyone else heard that, and has the name of the company, please post it here. I am not going to file a complaint with the BBB because I don't believe that will resolve the issues. I am, however, looking into filing a complaint of fraud with the Securities and Exchange Commission if it turns out that this company is in fact owned by a company in the United States.

  • RicardoDecember 23, 2013, 10:34 am

    El resort es muy bonito, pero el trato es horrible, ademas de que creo que debe ser uno de los resorts mas fraudulentos en todo méxico, nadie se va sin ser estafado...

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