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Fiesta Americana Timeshare Scam

Fiesta Americana Timeshare Scam
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Mexico is the second country with more timeshare developers in the world, for that reason, people need to be aware of timeshare scams in Mexico.

Every day, lots of vacationers all over the world are invited to a “free breakfast” at Fiesta Americana Vacation Club , but this is done only with the intention to sell them a timeshare ownership.

FAVC has resort locations in Acapulco, Aguascalientes, Cancun, Mexico City, Cozumel, Guadalajara, Hermosillo, Monterrey, Merida, Puerto Vallarta, Queretaro and Veracruz.

These resorts have beautiful accommodations and spacious rooms. You can have a very great vacation, but this is only possible if you don’t attend their timeshare presentation because some people don’t know what they are going into. To have a better idea about timeshares read:

Timeshare Scams: 8 Common Lies Told At the Sales Presentation

Timeshare Presentations: Is The Free breakfast Worth It?

Timeshare Presentations: How to Survive Them

Fiesta Americana Timeshare Scam

Fiesta Americana  is one of the most fraudulent companies in the timeshare industry. If you take a look around the web, you can find lots of complaints of this scammer developer. These are the 10 most common complaints about Fiesta Americana Timeshare

1.- They call you to your room and tell you to come down and pick up your welcome gifts, when it really is to get you go visit a property and sign up for a timeshare.

2. - The timeshare presentation can last until 4 hours. They say it is only 90 minutes but is not.

3. - Timeshare maintenance fees are very high, and if you stop making payments, they will send you to collections.

4. - The timeshare salespeople tell you that you can use your Timeshare as an investment.

5. - When you realize that you were scammed by Fiesta Americana timeshare and call the hotel to try to cancel, your efforts are useless. They tell you that the person in charge of the cancellations is not available.

6. - The availability of the resorts that you require is very limited. You are never able to book a vacation with them.

7. - They promise to rent your timeshare weeks as a financial investment and to pay off the membership, but the reality is that clients are referred to a third party agency that charges a listing fee and the rental is never completed.

8. - FAVC claims that you can resell your timeshare, not true.

9. - When you try to cancel by sending the timeshare cancellation letter via certified mail, they say that they never received that letter.

10. - They make you sign the timeshare contract under high-pressure sales tactics.

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Are you a victim of Fiesta Americana timeshare? There is a way out!

If you are a victim of timeshare fraud at FAVC, don’t feel hopeless, you still have rights and you can give away of the timeshare.

The only solution to get rid of your unwanted timeshare with Fiesta Americana Vacation Club is by cancelling your timeshare contract. If you cancel your timeshare contract you won’t have any string attached to the resort any more.

At Mexican Timeshare Solutions, we can help you cancel your timeshare contract. Our associates have several years of experience in the timeshare industry and they can help you get out of your timeshare situation. The best of all, we do not charge any upfront fee to cancel your contract. Contact us and get a free consultation on how we can help you.

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To know more about fraudulent companies, visit:

Hacienda Tres Rios timeshare – Buyer Beware!

Vidanta Vacations Timeshare – Complaints and Reviews

Complaints about Sunset Group Timeshare

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31 Comments
  • DawnApril 9, 2016, 11:53 am

    I love the Fiesta Americana Vacation club resorts and my husband and I went back 3 years in a row booking all inclusive vacations through the internet so we figured it only made sense. We were verbally assured there would be no problem and because we enjoy their resorts felt we could trust them.

    I'm into year 1, have paid almost $7k! I'm current w/all my payments and after calling every 3 months to try to secure a booking, I can get nothing unless I pay additional money to off-set costs for an all inclusive stay that would've been in the thousands for my family and me? With that amount my husband and I could've went on 2 solo all inclusive stays 5 days (airfare, hotel, and food/drinks+excursions) and taken a family vacation w/the kids. Instead we have taken none because airfare is NOT included and the resorts don't have availability whenever I've called, or I have to pay out additional $150/day per person if I want to book during the time that works.

    Plus I was charged an addl $100 for my annual dues w/out any explanation! I'm hoping and praying MTS will be able to help me get out of paying $400/mo for something I can't even use. PLEASE LISTEN UP BUYERS - BEWARE OF TIMESHARES- ITS BETTER TO JUST SAVE $$ AND BOOK ONLINE THAN TO GET INTO THIS NIGHTMARE!

  • Karen GDecember 11, 2015, 4:59 pm

    Hi,
    Unfortunately I find myself in the same situation. I wish I had read your post before making a huge downpayment.
    I would love to be able to communicate with you directly...

  • RayDecember 4, 2015, 5:05 pm

    In my opinion this is a nice resort, unfortunately they are liars and thieves. You have to stay away from them and their timeshare presentations, don't make the mistake to go just waiting for free stuff!! Be careful! I was scammed too, 2 years ago, and it's been a nightmare for me.

  • Jose Guadarrama NoviaSeptember 4, 2015, 1:48 pm

    Pésimo eestafadores, sólo te embarcan y a la mera hora, termina por ser un plan pesado para pagar por algo que al final nunca disfrutas, estoy arrepentididimo. Pero voy a exigir mi reembolso no pienso dejarme por estos fulanos

  • KnoticalAugust 31, 2015, 2:55 pm

    We have had the dubious pleasure of having a timeshare at Fiesta Americana, which we bought shortly after we got married against my better judgement, and have been paying for it ever since.

    I even tried selling it through some marketing firm, but nothing ever happened except for paying them hundreds of dollars to "market" our timeshare.

    Would really love to get rid of it.

  • EMARDELAugust 18, 2015, 1:13 pm

    We bought at fiesta americana with a "guaranteed" buy back in 2 yrs. Well that never happened. At the end of 2 yrs they said they had not sold enough to generate money for the buy back "at this time". The place is still not completed. Yesterday i got a call from someone who claims they bought fiesta americana and are going to make the buy back good. Catch is they want 10% of what we paid upfront they call it some kind of mexican fee and after we wire the "money --american dollars" to them they will process a cashier check to us. It sounded way to good to be true.???/

  • Rosalva July 20, 2015, 9:25 am

    Lo peor que me ha pasado , de verdad que este resort es una pesadilla, aun nose porque compramos con ellos, pagamos una buena cantidad de dinero por algo que nos prometieron y jamas cumplieron , mi esposo y yo estamos muy desconcertados que ya andamos viendo la forma de librarnos de ellos, ratas.

  • DeyJuly 16, 2015, 11:27 am

    My 90 minute presentation with Fiesta Americana turned into 7 hours. I finally signed just to leave. I was hungry, tired and wanted to go home. after I got home and read the packet, I realized they signed me up for a timeshare. I live in Texas and was told I could use my week at any Fiesta Americana resort. I am still within my 5 day recind period however, who do I send the certified letters to?? Any suggestions are appreciated.

  • Kenya L.July 12, 2015, 6:31 pm

    last year my husband acquire a timeshare on mazatlan , Mexico on mayan palace..at first all the people was very kind, when we made all the negotiation procees , after that , we dont saw anymore the person who sell our timeshare, the first time that we want to use it they told us that the timeshare is busy ,so we cant use it when we want !

  • DonaldJune 29, 2015, 5:48 pm

    I got our timeshare in a divorce because my ex couldn't afford it. I don't use it and I don't want it anymore. Stupidly I paid money to a company to sell it but it was a scam. As soon as I paid them, I never heard again of them. I just want to get rid of it. I know now that I cannot resell these timesharee. How can I cancel the contract? Thank you in advance

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