Complaint / review / scam report
Mayan Palace Vacation Club
Vida Vacation Club Sales representative did nothing but lie and deceive us into purchasing a Mayan Palace Timeshare

Complaint / review text:
On July 4,2011 my wife and I flew to Mexico for a short vacation. When we arrived at the car rental business we were solicited by a sales woman that offered a $200 discount
on our rental car if we attended a timeshare sales presentation. We explained that we were not interested in purchasing a timeshare but the woman guaranteed that was irrelevant, as long as we attended the presentation we would receive the $200 deduction for the cost of renting the car. My wife and I agreed to make the hour trip to your resort to attend the sales presentation.

The following day, Tuesday July 5,2011 we drove to the Mayan resort to attend the presentation. Our sales representatives name was Erin Jenkins. She showed us around the grounds and brought us through the rooms so we could view what was offered. At that time we felt that it was a nice resort but we knew that purchasing wasnt possible as we could not afford to purchase another timeshare.

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Offender: Mayan Palace Vacation Club

Country: USA   State: All USA
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Category: Traveling & Tourism

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