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Mayan Palace / Great Vacations Club

1 1264 E.Caples Ct.La Center Zip 98629, United States Review updated:
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Phone: 360-263-7862

We have 11 weeks vacation with Vacation-Smart, AKA Great Vacations Club. We have been assigned a package number and password but they will not activate it. All attempts to get this done have failed. Any attempts to talk to a Superviser only results in their telling us to contact the party that made the referal, that would be Mr. William Hernandez at [protected]. We cannot get thru to him as he is always on the phone and request for help go unanswered. This has been going on for 3 weeks, how can we get some ones cooperation. Sincerely David Caron

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  • Ba
      19th of Jul, 2013
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    We were also scammed with a Mayan Palace Timeshare. They claim they don't misrepresent themselves. Yet the promises and the drinks ease you into signing. Once you've done that, you are screwed. Through all the other initials on your contract, you realize you initialled, that they don't misrepresent themselves. Now you are up the creek. We had 2 timeshares they claimed that Alliance marketing would sell for us in 3 months max. We would recoup the money we paid at the Grand Luxxe and would net out ahead of the game. Well 15 months later, I am out $30k and I still have the original timeshares. I have also not heard a word from Alliance marketing in several months. Plus I found out they are a marketing group, thus not legally allowed to sell. I have had to take a 2nd mortgage out on my house. All the answers I have seen from the Mayan on various websites show they are not at all interested in helping out. Do they not have a concious? You should read this article about Mayan Palace:

    http://www.timesharescam.com/blog/51-mayan-palace-timeshare-scam/

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