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Selling a Mayan Palace Timeshare

I am trying to sell my Mayan Palace Timeshare. I have heard that if you sell, Mayan Palace takes 10% of your original purchase price, although I have not been able to substantiate that with Mayan Palace. Does anyone know if this is true?

Avatar for robd67 robd67

2 years ago
Nov 11, 2011

Selling a Mayan Palace Timeshare

robd67 wrote:
I am trying to sell my Mayan Palace Timeshare. I have heard that if you sell, Mayan Palace takes 10% of your original purchase price, although I have not been able to substantiate that with Mayan Palace. Does anyone know if this is true?


Your question could probably be best answered at www.tugbbs.com where they have a Mexican forum.

Avatar for jayjay jayjay

2 years ago
Nov 15, 2011

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Avatar for matthews170 matthews170

2 years ago
Nov 15, 2011

My email addr is rdurnberger@yahoo.com.

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2 years ago
Nov 17, 2011

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Avatar for nancyb660 nancyb660

2 years ago
Feb 17, 2012

I too hope to sell my Mayan Palace Timeshare. I am new to this. Who are you contacting and how are you going about doing it? Any help would be much appreciated.

Avatar for carriem141 carriem141

2 years ago
Feb 25, 2012

carriem141 wrote:
I too hope to sell my Mayan Palace Timeshare. I am new to this. Who are you contacting and how are you going about doing it? Any help would be much appreciated.


First and foremost, I will repeat the cardinal rule for selling timeshares, vacation properties, etc. Never, ever pay anyone a large, upfront fee to sell, rent out, market, or " cancel" your timeshare.

The next applicable fact for you to remember is that there is a huge glut of Mexican timeshares available and, right now, people are struggling to even give them away!

In all honesty, your best bet is to list it for free giveaway here on RedWeek's Bargain Basement. You can also try Bidshares, E-bay, or Timeshare Users Group (aka "TUG").

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2 years ago
Feb 25, 2012

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Avatar for matthews170 matthews170

2 years ago
Feb 26, 2012

Selling a Mayan Palace Timeshare

You can sell your timesheare any times Mayan want remove 10%.The only cost the new ower will one condo fees to tranfer to is name.EX if your condo fees are $500.00.I will need to pay this amount.Andre

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2 years ago
Apr 09, 2012

nancyb660 wrote:
Matthew--I am interested in your success in getting refunds for Mayan Place timeshares. Please contact me @ txtooth@msn.com.


I am pleased to report that Matthew was able to get us a FULL REFUND AFTER 2 YEARS of ownership in Grupo Mayan plus a cancellation of our timeshare!!!
The process was easy & Matthew kept me informed during the process. Yes, we did pay a fee upfront but the contract states that if he cannot get a full or partial refund & cancel your timeshare the fee is FULLY REFUNDABLE! I know many people say you should never pay a fee upfront but this was guaranteed. My husband is in sales & very skeptical of people but he talked with Matthew at length & was satisfied that this wasn't a scam.
I had been searching for a solution for the past 2 yrs but most wanted to take over your timeshare & maintenance fees but not reimburse for the original purchase, or they wanted $$ to "list" the resort for rent or sale in a publication. Those were not viable options for me. I found a group in Mexico that would help you sell but I was afraid if it didn't work out I would have no recourse since the company was in Mexico. TCP is based in Delaware.

It felt great to see the wire transfer in my bank account less than a week after all the papers were signed.
Nancy Bettis

Last edit by marty8084 on Jun 03, 2012 02:37 PM.

Avatar for nancyb684 nancyb684

1 year ago
Jun 02, 2012

One more time, I smell a shill .... I get so tired of all the scam companies coming to Redweek's forums and trying to advertise their scams.

There's no way that any entity can get YOU out from under a legal and binding contract that YOU signed.

Avatar for jayjay jayjay

1 year ago
Jun 03, 2012

I have a Cancellation with Refund contract issued from Grand Mayan's corporate office as proof for anyone doubting my previous comment.

Avatar for nancyb684 nancyb684

1 year ago
Jun 03, 2012

nancyb684 wrote:
I have a Cancellation with Refund contract issued from Grand Mayan's corporate office as proof for anyone doubting my previous comment.


Yeah right, and I guess you think that all Redweek forum members still believe in the Easter Bunny.

Avatar for jayjay jayjay

1 year ago
Jun 04, 2012

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Avatar for matthews170 matthews170

1 year ago
Jun 04, 2012

I agree with Jayjay. Sounds like they are using redweek to advance their scam. Looks like a team working to get more unsuspecting victims. Keep up the good work Jayjay.

Avatar for donp196 donp196

1 year ago
Jun 04, 2012

I would be pleased to email you a copy of my contract if you would like. I work as a health professional & my husband is in sales. My only goal in posting is to inform people like me who are searching for a solution as to what worked for me. You can ask for the proof or continue to post your speculations. The choice is yours.

Avatar for nancyb684 nancyb684

1 year ago
Jun 04, 2012

Shills are proliferating Redweek's forums .... where are the moderators? What is said in a timeshare presentation (deceptive sales practices) by timeshare salespeople is of no legal consequence .... it's what's in the WRITTEN contract that is legitimate legally.

So, just because someone comes to you and tells you that they were lied to in a timeshare presentation has zero legal bearing.

For instance, Profeco (the consumer advocacy agency in Mexico) has dealt with timeshare buyers that were lied to concerning their rescission period in that country ..... some salespeople were telling buyers that they had NO rescission period and it was written so in their contracts (which is outright fraud) and IS illegal so Profeco and those buyers have legal recourse for going after the resorts that practice this scam by getting the buyers out of their deceitful contracts.

Last edit by marty8084 on Jun 05, 2012 02:53 PM.

Avatar for jayjay jayjay

1 year ago
Jun 05, 2012

I can provide you a prospect, I'm Ivan from timesharewatch.com

Avatar for ivanl35 ivanl35

1 year ago
Jun 05, 2012

the three main rules of getting out of a timeshare are:

NEVER pay up front fees

NEVER pay up front fees

NEVER pay up front fees

There are scammers everywhere. Anyone can print phony documents and forms and supply phony references. If you never pay an up front fee you can't get ripped off.

Avatar for donp196 donp196

1 year ago
Jun 05, 2012

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Avatar for kelseyf8 kelseyf8

1 year ago
Mar 19, 2013

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