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BEWARE OF MAYAN RESORTS TIMESHARE

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Be careful when you travel in Mexico, particularly of timeshare presentations. My wife and I got sucked in at Puerto Vallarta, thinking that we would grab a few freebies for sitting in a timeshare presentation. But the Mayan Palace and Mayan Resorts will tell you lies to spend thousands of dollars. Beware -- and never buy from them!

For more information, check out:

http://www.mayanresorts.info/

If you do end up going to the presentations (which may take up to four hours!), make sure that you don't believe anything they say -- particularly when it comes to possible income from timeshares. It's all a hoax, and I want to make sure you don't get deceived.

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