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Hacienda Tres Rios timeshare – Buyer Beware!

Hacienda Tres Rios timeshare – Buyer Beware!
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Hacienda Tres Rios is an all-inclusive resort located at Riviera Maya, one of the most beautiful destinations in Mexico. But not everything is too good as it seems. Read this article and learn more about Hacienda Tres Rios timeshare.

Hacienda Tres Ríos is a luxury resort offering exclusive access to the Tres Ríos Nature Park in the Riviera Maya, with the Endless Luxury All Inclusive Plan.

The Resort offers:

273 luxury rooms

7 restaurants

5 bars

All this accommodations and luxuries make you think you will have a dream holiday, until you get caught with a timeshare.

The timeshare industry in Mexico is taking almost a billion dollars every year from Americans and Canadians, even Mexicans. Many vacationers purchase timeshares with the intention to travel around the world, but the majority of these timeshares purchasers become into timeshare scams. You can find more information about timeshare scams in:

How do I know if I was a timeshare scam victim?

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Hacienda Tres Rios Timeshare Complaints

Trying to show a little more about this fraudulent timeshare company, we have created the following list of common complaints.

1)    Hacienda Tres Rios has the worst customer service ever known.

2)    At the timeshare presentation you are hounded by the timeshare salespeople to buy a timeshare property with them.

3)    The timeshare sales pitch at Hacienda Tres Rios, which supposed to last 90 minutes, usually turns into 3 hours.

4)    The con artists turn the timeshare presentation into an aggressive sales pitch.

5)    At the airport you are approached by a gentleman offering 3 tickets to Chichen Itza , and all you have to do is visit Hacienda Tres Rios.

6)    While you are stuck listening to the persistent timeshare salesman offering different kinds of packages, they are serving you alcohol.

7)    The way that the timeshare contract is explained at the timeshare presentation is quite different that the contract you sign and very difficult to interpret.

8)    If you try to terminate the timeshare contract, they refuse to release you from it, claiming that you don’t notify them in the allotted amount of time.

9)    Timeshare maintenance fees at Hacienda Tres Rios increase every year.

10)  They sell you the Hacienta Tres Rios timeshare as an investment, but people need to know that a timeshare property is not an investment.

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What to do if I got scammed by Hacienda Tres Rios timeshare?

A lot of vacationers fall victim of timeshare scams by fraudulent resorts as it is Hacienda Tres Rios. If you fell in the timeshare trap you will be glad to know that there is an efficient way out. Cancel your Hacienda Tres Rios timeshare is the best way to get out of that nightmare.

If you cancel your timeshare, you will not have more relation to Hacienda Tres Rios. At Mexican Timeshare Solutions, we can help you get out of your timeshare situation. The most important, we don’t charge upfront fees to cancel your timeshare agreement. Contact us for a free consultation on how we can help you. 

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 Leave your comment below and share your opinion with us. To know more about fraudulent resorts in Mexico, go to:

Vidanta Vacations Timeshare – Complaints and Reviews

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20 Comments
  • Captain GeorgeJuly 16, 2015, 11:52 am

    Hacienda Tres Rios me a timeshare, promising me that they would rent it out as this was to be a business opportunity. They never once rented it. I tried to get out of the deal a few years ago. They tried to ruin my credit history. I negotiated with them through the Profeco, but they arrogantly did not pay the Profeco or me. I want to go out of this timeshare.

  • Ryan TutenJune 29, 2015, 5:50 pm

    I am trying to get rid of my timeshare at Hacienda Tres Rios. I owe nothing on it but I cannot afford the maintenance fees. Plus I don't own nothing but air.. Can you please give me some advice on what to do? Thanks

  • kbocklJune 26, 2015, 3:32 pm

    The term "fractional ownership" is now being used by the timeshare crowd. Call it what you will, it's still going to cost you more than a vacation.

  • Laura AlvarezJune 22, 2015, 10:07 am

    Yo tuve una muy mala experiencia con este resort, me prometieron muchos beneficios si adquiria con ellos unas semanas, total ,cai y jamas me dieron nada de lo prometido , por si fuera poco nunca pude usar mi tiempo compartido que porque no estaba disponible, de que se trata toda esa farsa?

  • Brenda MJune 12, 2015, 4:49 pm

    Just wondering what happened when you tried to cancel the agreement, and worried what to do, any advise would be appreciated

  • softeenterJune 1, 2015, 4:08 pm

    I have given up hope of getting any money for my timeshare so I wanted to just give it away to a charity, but none of the charities on your list wanted it. Why would the charity refuse to take a timeshare that I was giving to them for free?

  • Kay MartinMay 28, 2015, 10:39 am

    My husband and I were swindled by timeshare in during our wedding anniversary trip. They gave us the free gifts and everything. Something should have went off when the salesperson mentioned that he use to be an actor. We stayed for the presentation. My husband knowing exactly what they were doing, still was conned. The salesperson lied to us and said that the maintanence fee would be waived because he wanted to do that for "good people". He also mentioned that we would NEVER lose our points it would pile on year after year. It appeared to be a good deal, since I am due this December and wouldn't take a vacation until late next week. After getting home, we looked over the contract and the points do expire. I texted and called about the that and clarification on the maintanence fee being waived, but no response. Unfortunately, when I finally had time to review the contract, it was beyond the six day mark. I am very upset that they would use deceptive practices and have no compassion towards a family expecting a third bundle of joy. I want out!

  • JasonMay 15, 2015, 12:22 pm

    The sales people are trained on hitting every possible emotion impact. I sat on one and remember vividly entering the demonstration suite all clean and sparkly from the tiles to the glassware, then the sideroom simulating a typical hotel, bland, lights darkened some with the salesperson verbally painting a picture of is this what you want or this and turns with a wave of the hand walking back out into the sparkly room, this could be your families experience.I spotted it immediately and I had to laugh and walked ASAP.

  • PPV BOXINGMay 11, 2015, 3:42 pm

    1 hr is 3 hrs. Breakfast is always bagels oj and maybe some fruit. Lame lame lame

  • Raul VelardeMay 11, 2015, 1:05 am

    Pesimo servicio , estas personas abusan de la credibilidad de uno para estafarte , hace poco fui estafado por ellos y aun no se como librarme , jamas imagine que esto de los tiempos compartidos me llevaria a tal desesperacion , actualmente tengo muchos problemas por este resort frauduliento , ni se acerquen aqui porfavor.

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