Whether you are a happy Garza Blanca timeshare owner or a potential customer, I would like to urge you to be aware and on the lookout for Garza Blanca timeshare scammers. I understand that Garza Blanca timeshare members might think that being signed up with a legitimate vacation ownership company you are safe from fraudsters, but remember that scams are getting ever more savvy. In order to keep all current and potential Garza Blanca Residence Club members informed and safe, here is a summary of most common Garza Blanca timeshare scams at this time, how to avoid them and, lastly, what to do if you fear you have been scammed yourself.
Garza Blanca Timeshare Scams revealed
Cancellation and Garza Blanca Timeshare Scams
If you’re looking to cancel your Garza Blanca membership for any reason then beware these fraudsters. Cancellation scammers may contact you without solicitation or you may seek their advice. Generally these timeshare cancellation companies will claim to have a lawyer put in charge of your case, in order to convince you that they can cancel your Garza Blanca timeshare membership for you. Often cancellation scammers will say this is a free service, but later hit you with hefty fees and rates when “complications” arise. You should be aware that, like any contract, your Garza Blanca timeshare contract is legally binding and cannot be cancelled after the mandatory cooling off period. If you are having troubles with your membership, you should contact Garza Blanca directly to see how you can use your membership effectively.
When it comes to buying a resale, Garza Blanca timeshare scams regarding Garza Blanca Residence Club membership is relatively uncommon as the membership is so new. Therefore, beware if you see Garza Blanca resale timeshares and only purchase a timeshare while at the resort . The biggest scam targets happy timeshare owners. Resale scammers are pretty tricky and slippery characters. They will contact existing Garza Blanca timeshare owners and claim to have a buyer in the wings who is willing to pay big bucks. The catch is that they require an “introduction fee” if they are to give you the details of this buyer. Naturally they will take the money and run.
Rental Scams for Garza Blanca
If you’re unable to take a vacation this year and would like to rent out the time to cover your maintenance fees (and maybe make a little money too!) then the scams you really need to watch out for are the rental scams. This is pretty much what it sounds like; people who pretend to be rental agencies in order to get money from you. They won’t find you a tenant, and they will run off with your money and/or financial details if they can. The best way to avoid these scammers is to only use rental agencies who are recommended to you, and keep in mind that genuine agencies will only charge commission – never an upfront fee!