for about 15 years we have owned timeshare weeks and enjoyed travels in the US and Mexico. Since we retired, we no longer need 8 vacations, so have started to sell off some of our units. Apparently timeshare companies are selling their membership lists to those who are marketing, legally and illegally, to owners.We subscribe to newsletters for timeshare owners and read about scams and warnings. When we received a phone call from Corporate Golf Adventures, we had not heard of them. We checked this website and just saw 1 complaint, rather old, and didn't think much about it. We talked to Gabriela first, then Jessica, and then David. All assured us they had a buyer, we would not have to pay anything up front, and the buyer wanted to chose the escrow company. The sales contract was listed as following CA rules and regs,etc. and no mention of international sales. first we received information about the buyer with an address in Mexico City. Next we were asked to fill out a personal information form to return to the company so they could "send us our money". We didn't do this, then we got a "transfer form" from this company saying it was from our resort. We knew this wasn't true as we had talked with owner services who told us this sounded like a scam and that they had no such form. I became very suspicious that this was looking like a scam.
The next thing I got was a "letter from the bank in Mexico" giving me more information about the buyer-name, amount of deposit,etc. Following this I got an official looking form from the Mexican government and the amount of money I needed to send them to pay the SAT before I could get my check. I questioned this then an "employee of the bank" phoned me. She explained how the new Gov. has made a new rule about this tax and I had to pay it. Now i know this sounds strange, and i began searching for moe information about this company. I returned to your website and now I see more complaints sounding very much like mine. I decided to join so we can share information about this company.