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Is http://executiveproperties.info run by Todd Dawson a scam?


Feb 26, 2012
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Hi everyone:

I've heard of some people even at this forum that the company with website http://executiveproperties.info just don't make you pay some fee in order to rent your weeks but they never actually do it.

I own a timeshare in Playa Grande Resort in Los Cabos in México and I, as many other people, was advised by the sales staff of Playa Grande to hire this company to rent my weeks. I did hire their services since January of 2010 but they have never rented them out. For me they are just a scam but want to know if you know something?

Actually, want to advice for people reading this forum to be carefull with them.


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Joined TUG '96, Wyndham Grand Palms AKA, Presidential Villas at Plantation Resort, 3 bed lockout.
executiveproperties.info rental in mexico

are you saying you have not paid them any money to this point because they have not rented out the unit..??

if that is correct i don't see that as a scam, just a lame rental company.

but if one the other hand you have paid a fee and did not get a rental then
that could be considered a scam..

just like in timeshare sales... no up front fee's... most up front fee's companies over 100-200 dollars are going to rip you off..

i would not do business with them again.


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lmflores79;1251721 I own a timeshare in Playa Grande Resort in Los Cabos in México and I said:
Unfortunately, you appear to also have fallen for another lie/ploy that Mexican timeshare sales people use. When trying to sell a timeshare, they tell the potential buyer that he can rent out his weeks to more than compensate for the maintenance fees. As you might have been able to deduce from reading these forums, there is an over-abundant supply of timeshares in Mexico without nearly enough renters to meet that demand.

Hence, rentals are very cheap in Mexico -- usually cheaper than the maintenance fees. Hiring a third party to rent out your unit in Mexico is an exercise in futility, frustration, and anxiousness. Contrary to what the timeshare sales person might have told you, there is not an insatiable demand for timeshare rentals in Mexico. In fact, it's just the opposite. There's an endless stream of Mexican timeshare owners desperately looking to unload their ownership because, well, rentals (and their "income") can not meet up with the rising maintenance fees.