Do you feel that you might have been the victim of a Garza Blanca timeshare scam? If you do then this is the right article for you as it has all the information you need to determine whether or not this is the case!
Garza Blanca Timeshare Scams – the Truth
So, you have just bought a timeshare on the shores of Banderas Bay and feel something isn’t right, or you’ve been considering buying from this prestigious resort in Puerto Vallarta for a while and are worried about the possibility of timeshare scams. Well, the very first thing we have to tell you is that if you have bought, or do buy, directly from the sales room on the Garza Blanca preserve then you have nothing to fear.
All such purchases of Garza Blanca timeshare from the official sales office are completed in keeping with the regulations and rules of ARDA (American Resort Development Association) and so scams are virtually impossible. If you bought a Garza Blanca timeshare resale, however, this could be an entirely different matter.
Still unhappy with your Garza Blanca timeshare?
If you are adamant that you did buy direct from the Garza Blanca, and still feel unsure about the situation then please do contact your Garza Blanca timeshare representative at the resort at your earliest convenience to discuss your worries. Very often such worries are easily resolved and put to rest by talking to the right person.
Resales – Garza Blanca Timeshare Scams
If you have been the victim of an out and out Garza Blanca timeshare scam then it is most likely that you were tempted by a fraudulent (but convincing) resale scam. You may have been duped by an internet classified, an ad in a newspaper or even a facebook post, but don’t feel too bad; many people who come to this article will be in the same position. If this is the case then please do contact your District Attorney’s office to report the scam, and take other steps to minimise your losses where possible. The chances of getting your money back are slim with these kinds of Garza Blanca timeshare scams, but it’s always worth a shot!
Despite the possibility of good deals the resale market remains a dangerous place, and so our top tip for avoiding scams is to only buy a resale from someone you know personally!