I have been a long time timeshare owner and was horrified to find that a friend of mine bought a timeshare in Mexico while she was on vacation. She already owns several timeshares and really can't afford another one. The timeshare sales people told her they would accept her current timeshares and sell them for her and give her a big credit off the purchase of their timeshare. I know of other friends who also had this kind of offer in Mexico. She has been in contact with them many times trying to figure out when they were going to take over her current timeshares. Well, of course, several months later, the timeshare company never took ownership of the timeshares my friend owned and is now telling her that they don't really want them and she can keep them! It is now too late for her to rescind her purchase and she is stuck with maintenance fees that she can't afford to pay. She is also a senior citizen. Has anyone successfully gotten out of a Mexican timeshare when they were scammed by this type of sales tactics? Can the credit card company she used to buy the new timeshare be any help? Looking for suggestions.