Grand Solmar Resale Watch knows that getting burned by a resale scammer is a frustrating and upsetting experience, and that recovering from it can be difficult. While Grand Solmar Resale Watch does what it can to prevent these types of things from happening by warning timeshare owners what can happen in resale scams, they know that many people still fall victim to these scams. Now they want you to know that some scammers are harder to get rid of than others, and that if you have been scammed, you could get hit again.
There are scammers who, once they have scammed a person, will contact them again under a different name. This time, they will claim to be offering a service that helps people recover from scams, and ask for a fee so that they can recover the money you lost in the scam you recently fell victim to. Do not give this person any money. They only know that you have been a victim of a scam because they are the ones that scammed you. If you believe them you will get scammed again. Services like this that demand money for services that they have yet to provide should not be trusted, and companies knowing personal information about you that they should have no access to is an immediate red flag. If you are watchful of these, you can protect yourself from further harm.Read More
Grand Solmar is a vacation destination company that is located in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. With its main goal to give customers an unforgettable trip at one of their magnificent properties, it wants to warn people what to look out for this summer. Many people are searching to find great rates and deals on timeshares all around the world, and may come across a potential timeshare resale scam.
The Grand Solmar Resale awareness team warns that people who are promoting a great deal on timeshare resales this year may not be fully disclosing all the necessary details. While these properties are usually real, the people are not always being honest about its amenities. In units that are older, views that used to show pristine water and sandy beaches may now be blocked by new buildings and properties. The fixtures and appliances that used to be state of the art may now be old and out dated. Be cautious of these issues when considering a timeshare resale this summer.
For more information on Grand Solmar and these timeshare resale scams, please visit http://www.prlog.org/12326132-grand-solmar-advises-travelers-on-the-risks-of-internet-resale-scams.html.Read More