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Timeshare Scams and Fraud



They had all the information on our timeshares and sounded like the real thing, but we broke all the rules in accepting their offer to get us out of our RCI timeshare. We gave them $2000 with a promise to send $1000 more in June. One gave us his card, but after he left, we saw it had no name, just the company.
We've tried to call them repeatedly. Their website is supposedly being worked on.

I implore you to stay away. This place might look beautiful, but underneath that beauty is immense dishonesty and deceit. They will go to any lengths to get you to buy. We originally purchased our membership in October of 2017 after being held captive for 6 hours.

Upon using our membership for the first time in March, we were informed we did not purchase what we absolutely thought we had purchased - the Grand Mayan. We were put in the Grand Mayan for this "one time only". You see...when you visit your resorts, you have "classes of customers". Lower class (Mayan Palace, The Bliss, etc) cannot participate in the things the Upper Class (Grand Mayan, Grand Bliss, Lux, etc) can participate in.

There are so many, many reasons I am telling you to stay away!

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Do not buy it! They offered my parents the max package when they sign it, and now they are giving us a hard time to even give us a coffee. They need better customer service, they are rude, and do not want to respect the contract of the initial investors. If they did it to us, It can happen to you!
You will NOT have the same treatment after you sign.
When we told the Rep we had lifetime share and signed fir the max in 2000, the rep said, WE ARE LOSING MONEY, back then the hotel was in bad condition, SO, we invested and we want what we PAID for. SCAMMERS

Like so many others I have also been ripped off by the Occidental. I can’t even give it away. I can’t make a reservation because I refuse to pay for all inclusive. When I bought my unit in 2004 for $8000 I was told, and read the contract, that all inclusive was optional. They changed that rule and I haven’t been back since. I can’t afford to keep paying maintenance fees for this and not use it. Would anyone like to take it from me? Does anyone know of a lawyer who can help get me out of this? I am now 3 years behind on Maintenance fees.

Trying to get me to deposit check and then mail $2400 to broker Richard Stemp who is in Turkey on vacation. By the way the buyer, Landa Page is deaf!

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