Complaint Review: Vida vacations
Vida vacations Vidanta I was unfortunately lured into buying a $10,000 timeshare from the "Vida" vacations, a Grupo Mayan Riviera Maya company, with the promise that they will unload my "Sheraton " timeshare. They made me sign a form that a company called "Equity Acquisition Svc " will do this for me. They also said that I can pay the down of $3500 through their " in house financing ". I later realized that they opened a credit card for me. The sales pitch was all too fast the the next thing I knew was I signing on lines thatcI have not really understood. I tried calling the "EAS" number but only to listen to an answering machine. After reading all these scam stories about "The Mayan " and "EAS", the more I am convinced that I was scammed !!! I called and emailed them aabout "rescinding". I also called BOA Visa card filing a billing dispute as I felt I was deceived by these people. Quintana Roo Mexico
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I was lured into buying a timeshare "Vida" vacations in Cancun, Mexico in exchange for them to get rid of my "Sheraton " timeshare. The "Equity Acquisition Svc " company will be trading it in for me. They said that I can pay the down payment through their "in house financing ". I later realized that they applied a credit card for me and already got $3500.00 from the card. After receiving the physical card at home, I called Visa card and filed a billing dispute. I did not realize that this was the "in house..." and that I will have to get my own financing to pay the remaining $6500. After reading all these rip off reports, I am convinced that I am a victim. I called "Vida"customer service and emailed them of my "rescinding ". She said somebody will contact m e. I called "EAS" but nobody answers . It is true, what I read from the victims about the promises they were told.
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