What are the Risks of a Villa Group Scam?
February 11, 2015
To answer the question: what are the risks of a Villa Group Timeshare scam, you need to take a closer look at the evidence.
The risk of a Villa Group Timeshare scam is extremely low. Firstly, the Villa Group is a legitimate company who offer timeshare across Mexico, and, as such, you are in no danger of being caught out by a scam if you buy directly from the Villa Group or one of their associated brands. Whether you buy from Club Caribe, Villa del Palmar, Villa La Estancia, Villa del Arco, or UVCI (Universal Vacation Club International), you will find yourself in no danger of being scammed.
How can be sure that the Villa Group is not a scam?
Well, you might first consider the Villa Group’s long standing reputation for excellence and reliability! The Villa Group Timeshare own and operate more than 8 resorts in Mexico which offer full and fractional deeded ownership, as well as hotel accommodation and timeshares! These resorts can be found in Puerto Vallarta, Nuevo Vallarta, Loreto, Cancun, and Cabo San Lucas.
Add to this their 30 years in the business and it becomes pretty obvious that there is no possibility that this company is a scam – the danger involved with dealing with them directly is non-existent.
Cases of Villa Group Timeshare scams.
There are, in fact, no direct cases of Villa Group timeshare scams, although you should always be wary of the possibility of resale scams. These particular fraudsters target Villa Group owners with the promise of profit, should they sell on their membership, but there are also those who claim to be able to cancel or sell on your timeshare for large fees. You should always beware of these situations, and make sure that you check the reputation of anyone you work with.
The only cases in which people have been scammed with the promise of a Villa Group membership are those in which they have not bought directly from the resort in question. The best piece of advice you could be given is to only buy from the Villa Group on site, in a sales room, and only from their employed sellers. Should anyone try to have you sign a contract off site, refuse to do so before clarifying directly with the Villa Group resort. Report the incident immediately to the resort if you think you are being involved in a Villa Group scam.
In short, there is no real danger of a Villa Group scam when buying directly from the Villa Group or its associates.