There is often some confusion expressed by owners of Villa del Palmar timeshares or Villa Preferred Access membership with regard to the role that Universal Vacation Club International (UVCI) plays in the administration of your timeshare. Firstly, in response to the question “Is Universal Vacation Club International a Scam?” the answer is a definitive NO!
Universal Vacation Club International is not a Scam
Firstly, it is important to make it clear that there is no scam involved at Universal Vacation Club International; to the contrary, UVCI is an integral part of making sure that your Villa del Palmar timeshare membership runs smoothly and that your experience as a member of one of Mexico’s leading timeshare groups is as pleasant as you expected it to be when you first purchased your timeshare.
What does Universal Vacation Club International do?
Universal Vacation Club International is a mutual benefit service that coordinates the maintenance fees for Villa del Palmar timeshare members, amongst other services. As such, you are likely to have regular contact with Universal Vacation Club International agents with regards to your membership status and other factors related to fees and accounts. There is no danger of Universal Vacation Club International being a scam; the role of the company is to provide independent services to ensure that all your fees and costs are above board and legal.
UVCI will also send you regular newsletters to keep you in the loop of new and wonderful novelties that you can expect at each of the Villa del Palmar resorts when you next use your timeshare membership to visit Mexico.
What to do if you think you have been involved in a scam
Sometimes, Villa del Palmar timeshare owners are vulnerable to resale scams or cancellation scams. If you feel you have been involved in this kind of scam, contact UVCI to inform them, who will be able to tell you the steps to take.