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How to cancel a Pueblo Bonito timeshare?

How to cancel a Pueblo Bonito timeshare?
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Pressured into buying a Pueblo Bonito timeshare? You may be able to cancel your timeshare contract if you follow the correct procedures when you cancel the contract.

Pueblo Bonito is one of the most fraudulent resorts in the timeshare industry and we have talked about these fraudulent practices in:

Pueblo Bonito Timeshare Common Lies

Pueblo Bonito Timeshare Complaints

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Why cancel a Pueblo Bonito Timeshare Contract?

Many timeshare owners feel unhappy with their timeshare contracts, and there are many reasons why they want to cancel:

1. - A Pueblo Bonito timeshare purchase is not a good investment at all.

2. - You are never able to make a reservation in the resort.

3. - Timeshare maintenance fees highly increase every year.

4. - You were pressured to buy the timeshare property with Pueblo Bonito.

5. - You can travel on your own with more affordable prices.

These are just a few reasons to cancel a timeshare contract purchased with Pueblo Bonito.


How to cancel a Pueblo Bonito Timeshare?

If you are an unhappy Pueblo Bonito timeshare owner, you are able to cancel if you act quickly. Time is the most important when rescinding a timeshare.

Most of time, the timeshare cancellation should be done in writing, and should include the next information:

  • The timeshare owner’s name as appears in the timeshare contract.
  • The timeshare owner’s information: phone number, address and e-mail.
  • The name of the timeshare company, in this case Pueblo Bonito, which legal name is: Operadora de Inmuebles Los Arcos S.A. de C.V., Terra Pacífica S.A. de C.V.
  • A little description of your timeshare property.
  • The date that you purchased the timeshare.
  • A declaration that you are cancelling your timeshare contract, for example: “I contact you within the rescission period in order to cancel my timeshare contract with you”.

This timeshare cancellation letter must be send via certified mail, and you need to keep evidence that you cancel your Pueblo Bonito timeshare contract on time. Otherwise, you won’t have proof that you did the process in the stipulated time.

How to cancel Pueblo Bonito timeshare after the cancellation period has expired?

If you realized that you don’t want your Pueblo Bonito timeshare, but your period to cancel has expired, you might be able to cancel your timeshare contract, but it will be very difficult. In this case, the best thing you can do is hire a timeshare attorney specialized in timeshare issues.

At Mexican Timeshare Solutions we strive to give back freedom to timeshare owners who purchased a timeshare contract under the wrong reasons as the idea of a financial investment or because they were pressured to buy it. We are one of the few companies that don’t charge any fees upfront to cancel your timeshare contract. Contact us today for a free consultation on how we can help to free you from your timeshare scam situation.

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  • JaysonAugust 31, 2015, 2:43 pm

    The sales people at Pueblo Bonito 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.

  • scammedAugust 18, 2015, 1:07 pm

    I purchased a seven night vacation at Puewblo Bonito during a timeshare presentation for Pueblo Bonito. Upon returning home from vacation 5 days later, I went online and discovered I was charged double the rate to stay at this resort.
    I immediately contacted customer service and cancelled my stay at Pueblo Boniton and Contacted Visa to dispute the $375 down payment I was charged. I was assured by Pueblo Bonito that my account would be cancelled, I would owe nothing and receive my down payment back.
    A month later I received a bill in the mail from Pueblo Bonito. I contacted customer service again and was assured it was only a mistake and I owed nothing, at this time they mailed a letter to me showing my account was closed and my account balance is $0.
    I begin to think I am finally out of this scam until a month later when Visa calls to inform me that my down payment still has not been refunded. I call customer service again and again and keep getting the run around and am told someone will call me back (which never happened).
    Upon my last call to customer service they finally tell me they have no plans on refunding the down payment I made. I now have to go through the Better Business Bureau to try to get my money back from this scam. Please beware Pueblo Bonito cares nothing about there customers and only about ripping people off!!

  • alejandro arceAugust 6, 2015, 6:29 pm

    Por favor tengan cuidado con los tiempos compartidos, te presionan los vendedores no te muestran el contrato hasta que lo traen a firma y son contratos amañados que no cumplen con la norma 29 de SCFI-2010, que te habla del derecho de cancelación en los 5 días posteriores a la compraventa de verdad que son estafadores profesionales.

  • Michael MooreAugust 3, 2015, 5:30 pm

    Pueblo Bonito timeshares are NOTHING but a scam. The salespeople tell you one thing, then once you make the purchase, you find out it was all lies. If you know anyone who is contemplating buying one, tell them not to waste their money with this company. For the amount they would spend on it, they could easily take a vacation once a year, and they won't be saddled with all the fees.

  • Kim M.August 3, 2015, 10:32 am

    Hello if you are thinking to acquire a timeshare just think it twice , im sure that nobody wants to get involved on timeshare stuff, im actually suffering cause i cant cancel it, is very annoying this situation , this resort is total scam too.

  • Little_ManJuly 31, 2015, 1:49 pm

    I think Pueblo Bonito may be the worst for timeshares. I can't imagine in my wildest dreams going to one of these things. Never go there.

  • JackJuly 27, 2015, 10:02 am

    I can attest to how aggressive Pueblo Bonito scammers can be because they attacked me when I owned my time share. Oh, by the way, timeshares them selves, fraudster resorts make them scams.

  • Ramirez BeltranJuly 20, 2015, 9:18 am

    Son unas lacras las personas de este resort , de verdad ue venden puras mentiras, aun no entiendo como hay personas que siguen creyendo en eso de los tiempos compartidos, en lo mejor de los casos es ni siquiera ir a las presentaciones de tiempos compartidos ,de seguro solo buscan venderte algo , lo que sea !

  • nyashaJuly 16, 2015, 11:24 am

    my sister and I purchased a time share yesterday july 15th 2015 but we want out of the deal. I don’t see where it says we can cancel please anyone help

  • PraxidikeJune 29, 2015, 5:43 pm

    I attended two timeshare presentations at Pueblo Bonito to get the freebies offered, and both times successfully managed to resist buying anything. But some of the tactics used to get you to sign are pretty outrageous. The timeshare salespeople are well trained to get you in the contract.

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