Me and my wife went through the presentation but I am lucky to be stubborn enough to say no a thousand times for 6 hours straight. I cannot understand why anyone would defend this organization. I caught them in lie after lie and half truths all day. I just insisted on reviewing the actual contract line-by-line and comparing it to what they said we would get. I made a separate post with many of the lies listed. We didn't sign any contracts because I concluded they were complete thieves.
Melanafrank, you better do your homework first. I've seen the resort too. But the contract they tried to get me to sign did NOT include the resort they showed me. Read the contract, the one they showed me was 4 pages of requirements I must follow especially related to payments, and one paragraph about what they provide, which is very little and very vague. The two resorts I rented at for the last several years in Cozumel also had time-share people and we talked to them. The time-share people paid MORE than I did to stay at the same resort, eat the same food, and enjoy the same amenities. They were NOT happy.
And, Johann Mastropiero, I tried to get a one-time 'rental' at the facility, Tres-Rios, for a week to try it before I bought it. They absolutely refused to even consider it. You HAVE to join and sign your life away to "try-it" and then you are stuck with the contract.
I would discourage everyone from agreeing to participate in the 90 minute 'presentation'. If you do, say NO or that you want to take the unsigned contract home to review with a lawyer first. Any reputable company would let you do that. In my case it was 6 hours long of VERY high pressure sales. 3 sales people tag-teamed all day. And you will feel "captive". At some points I wanted to just pay to get out of there. It was very stressful but I got out of there without signing any contracts.