Grand Solmar Informs Travelers about Online Resale Scams in 2014

Grand Solmar, one of the top vacation ownership properties in Cabo San Lucas, advises the public on ways to avoid the common traps of Internet resale scams.

CABO SAN LUCAS, Mexico, May 16, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Grand Solmar, a leading provider of luxury vacation accommodations, knows that when it comes to customer service, it is important to keep members' best interests in mind. For all those travelers out there, there are many times to be on the lookout for a good deal. Whether a new coupon for a favorite restaurant, or a 2-for-1 special for an activity that your family has been dying to try, there are many great ways to save money on a vacation. But there are some deals out there that are simply too good to be true, and this is almost always the case when it comes to Internet timeshare resales.

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While at first these resales may seem like a good deal, there is usually some kind of hidden catch. While there are often discounts advertised up front, something important to be aware of is that these prices do not usually include any of the normal fees. What seems like savings ends up being the same price or even more after adding on the taxes for each sale that needs to be paid, or other fees like getting a document notarized. Grand Solmar resales awareness team advises working directly with a company that can be trusted in order to hear more accurate information about the entire process.

Some other common issues buyers of these resale units run into is the actual unit itself. Oftentimes, these online deals are for different models with older fixtures and appliances. Also, these units used to be in locations that offered a great view but now are in the way of another building blocking the beach or some other minor yet noticeable drawback. It's very uncommon for the actual location to be revealed on a resale website, so one never really knows what they will actually end up getting. Add this up with outdated benefit packages (older units don't come with the revamped and revised better amenities that the resort has added over the years) and Grand Solmar knows these internet resale deals might seem like a good deal up front, but advises travels to save some stress and avoid falling victim to a scam that could ruin a wonderful vacation.

For more information about Internet timeshare resales, or how to invest in a quality unit from Grand Solmar, visit http://www.grandsolmar.com

Media Contact: Grand Solmar, Grand Solmar Timeshare, 1-310-459-7276, info@solmar.com.mx

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