The Mayan Group and RCI

Here's a short message from a contributor to our website, which was sent to us via the Submit Your Timeshare Experience form.

"RCI is another crook in a long list of crooks in the Timeshare industry. They colluded with the Mayan Group, who lied about being able to sell one of our timeshares. We were told that if we would agree to purchase a Mayan timeshare (that was not worth near what they said it was) we would be rid of our timeshare. What was not explained to us... Read the rest of this entry »

Wyndham National Harbor Review – User Experience

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The following post was submitted by a reader and highlights his experience as a Wyndham timeshare points owner, and the difficulty he has had trying to exchange.

National Harbor TimesharesBought into Wyndham National Harbor for 343,000 points. VIP status. What does that mean? In my book, nothing.

They'll tell you go for the Gold. Platinum. Wyndham has made changes since they took over Fairfield. The timeshares cost more, prices increase every year and maintenance fees MAY increase. When you go to make reservations GOOD... Read the rest of this entry »

How to Tell if a Timeshare Resale Company is a Scam

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Timeshare ScammersTimeshare resale agents operate the same way as a real estate agent - they get paid only when you sell your property. A legitimate timeshare resales agent will charge a commission after the sale is finalized and take a fee out of the net proceeds from the transaction (which helps to explain why there are very few timeshare resale agents in the business right now with timeshares selling so low). Also keep in mind - there are never any upfront fees or advertising costs to be... Read the rest of this entry »