Report: #1057339

Complaint Review: Residence Club La Jolla-Alfredo Marcq

  • Submitted: Fri, June 07, 2013
  • Updated: Fri, June 07, 2013
  • Reported By: UGB — Santa Rosa California
  • Residence Club La Jolla-Alfredo Marcq
    Calle Caamino Del Delfin #110,
    Mazatlan-Mexico, Select State/Province

Residence Club La Jolla-Alfredo Marcq Criminal Fraud collecting $8,950 and failing to deliver timeshare sales cash of $36,612 Mazatlan-Mexico Sinaloa,Mazatla

*Author of original report: Installment pay received, $500.00

*Consumer Comment: Suggestions and Similar Experience

*General Comment: La Jolla Timeshare Scam

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 Residence Club La Jolla-Alfredo Marcq, Mazatlan, Mexico  Fraud-We to receive $36,612 cash providing we pay $8,950 for their La Jolla timeshare membership. We paid, but cash was never delivered. After lengthly negotiations and we cancelling all agreements, La jolla to return our $8,950 in installments. So far they paid $6,000, stopped paying the balance of $2,950 and our out of pocket cost of $2,262.22 for a total of $5,212.22. They also changed their e-mail address preventing e-mail communications. La Jolla is in finacial difficulties, continue to committ Fraud and Potential Timeshare buyers/sellers and Tourists are urged to avoid La Jolla-Mazatla, Mexico. Alfredo Marcq, Hotelera Nadia and it's management are thiefs

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#1 Author of original report

Installment pay received, $500.00


 We finally received an installment pay of $500.00, two weeks late, to reimburse us. The remaining balance is $2,450.00 and the next installment payment ($500.00) is due 7/1/2013. They still owe us for our out of pocket cost $2,262.22.

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#2 Consumer Comment

Suggestions and Similar Experience


We had a similar experience with La Jolla/Residence several years ago, filed a report with PROFECO, tried to work with Bank of America (what a shock that was) and after about a year, won our case for $26,000 via PROFECO. Yesterday we got a call from someone in San Jose saying they wanted to know if we had problems with the timeshare points  as they were trying to clear the books because the timeshare had been reorganized, and is under new owners, due to fraud and tax evasion. The telephone number of this company is 408-905-1904. I do not know if this too is a scam but wanted to supply the info. Good luck. Be sure to write to EVERYONE you can think of - President of Mexico, PROFECO, Attorney General of your state, and post on as many websites as you can that are related to time share scams.  This company has flooded the market with fake positive comments about their resort to make it difficult for prospective buyers to get information. My husband and I have never been lied to so convincingly. They are very good at what they do. SCAM. 

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#3 General Comment

La Jolla Timeshare Scam

AUTHOR: Becker79 - ()

We attended their presentation in June of 11, on a Wednesday.  After thinking it over, we decided to cancel. We went to a notary, then to the Post Office in Mazatlan on the next Friday.  We notified PROFECO.  We jumped through the hoops. Now it is 2 years later.  We have received $1876.70 refunded of our $11,500 initial purchase...Now we are looking into hiring an attorney to persue this for us. This is one of the biggest timeshare scams in Mexico, I also found this forum from Mexican Timeshare Solutions with more complaints made on la Jolla, check this out: La Jolla Timeshare Complaints 

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