Transfer Smart Alert: Beware of Some Types of Timeshare Frauds in Mexico

Despite the appearances of many owners trying to get out of their timeshares, such property still remains a very popular way of vacationing for most holidaymakers. Aside from the number of disadvantages with this property, scams are also common in this industry and Mexico, as a popular vacation destination, is the number one spot where these kinds of activities thrive. This article will give you an idea about some kind of things fraudsters might indulge you in to rob you off your money.

One of the most famous travel frauds is when you get a call from an anonymous travel agency that has a very striking web presence but no concrete evidence to support that claim on paper. There will be an agent that will tell you that the offer is for a limited period, and will ask for a heave membership fee so that they can book you. When you will try to contact them for redeeming your offer, you will realize that it was a timeshare fraud.

Another form of a fraud is when you are approached by personnel of different resorts that will offer free dinner or lunch if you sit through a 20-minute presentation. The presentation actually lasts 3 to 4 hours and you may end up signing the purchase of a timeshare contract in Mexico.

These are just few of the many frauds that you might come across while planning a trip to Mexico. That’s why many owners get rid of their timeshares nowadays while some even hire a timeshare transfer company such as the Transfer Smart because of the increasing cases of frauds in this industry that might victimized either potential or current timeshare owners.

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