The Golf Network by CVM Custom Vacations Mexico – Scam?

We are looking for everyone’s feedback and experience with The Golf Network by CMV Vacations Mexico if it is a scam. There are some decent timeshares out there but this one seems to be a bit fishy. They are offering very cheap vacation time shares for $500. I have never heard of these types of offers but I we want to know everyone’s experience with this company.

Let us know the following:

  • Have you been scammed by CMV Vacations Mexico?
  • Did you actually use one of their vacation spots?
  • How are the resorts?
  • Would you recommend others using CMV Vacations Mexico?

Let us know your story so our entire community can be up to speed with this company. As you know Time Shares can be tricky but there is a potential to get a head and win over the timeshare companies if you do it right and have connections.  They promise you fast profits and that people will rent out your timeshare because they have many many contacts. We have found several blogs talking about how Custom Vacations Mexico is in deed a scam.

Here are some articles about this company:

Thanks again for being a part of our strong community against fighting scammers!

7 Responses to “The Golf Network by CVM Custom Vacations Mexico – Scam?”

  1. Andrew Karigan says:

    I am a member of VIDA which is the Grand Mayan Resorts. I own 3 “Grand Luxxe” level weeks per year. Last year (2014), I used 2 weeks and wanted to sell my 3rd week. I contacted Ivan Segal, Member Services, at The Grand Mayan in Cabo San Lucas. Ivan emailed me a “Property Managers” PDF which listed 3 vacation rental companies. I was on the phone with Ivan and he recommended using Golf Network by CVM. I contacted this company and spoke to a lady named Emma. She said that there was a one-time fee of $599.00 plus tax so about $650.00 total. I paid this by credit card and she emailed me a contract with this company which was dated October 25, 2013. I authorized Emma to sell one of my 2014 weeks. She told me that they would and keep me informed. I contacted them twice since and spoke to Emma again. She said that they did not sell the week yet. I recently contacted this company and found that no one answered the phone there. I checked their websites and they were no longer active. I sent 3 emails and none of them were responded to. I contacted VIDA reservations and explained my situation. I was told by a gentleman there that other members had also complained about this company. VIDA recommended this company first amongst the 3 that they sent me. I am very frustrated and angry and feel ripped off of not only $650.00 but also lost one of my 2014 weeks. I could have gone through other means to sell that week or use it myself. The current maintenance fee is $1085.00 per week. Therefore, I am out over $1700.00 for 2014. Does anyone have any recourse? The only thing that that VIDA representative kept repeating is “Yes, I understand sir” which he said at least 5 times but offered no other help or info. Thank you for any help or guidance available.

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