Puerto Vallarta, Nuevo Vallarta, Riviera Nayarit, Cozumel, Los Cabos, Mazatlan, Cancun and other locations in Mexico have made the country the number two geographical spot that has a lot of timeshare companies offering timeshares and vacation club memberships. The popularity comes from the area having so many enticing rewards that makes it hard to refuse the timeshare offers given. On the other hand, what if keeping your timeshare membership no longer something you want to do? Are there options available for you to cancel your Mexican timeshare? If so, is the process done with the resort, or will it take legal maneuvers to make it happen? Here is all you need to know about how to cancel your Mexican timeshare.
Canceling a timeshare can be a tricky business, but generally, if you have purchased a Villa del Palmar branded timeshare, there are very few cases where you will need to cancel your timeshare. Nevertheless, in accordance with Mexican law and to offer the best guarantees to potential timeshare members, the Villa del Palmar cooling off period is a timeframe when it should be simple to cancel your timeshare contract.