Update by user Mar 01, 2012
Vida Vacations resolved all of my issues in a timely professional manner.
Original review posted by user Feb 13, 2012
I was misinformed during the presentation at The Grand Mayan Los Cabos. Not only did we lose an entire day of our vacation, but were conned into purchasing a marketing plan that is not legitimate.
I was told it would be easy to trade those units for airfare. Being able to afford the airfare to Mexico was one of my main concerns. They convinced us. I repeatedly asked about the marketing portion of the contract and where it was in writing that I could market back the units.
While at the resort, I continued to ask for information on marketing portion, given excuses and avoided. Upon returning to the states, I found that they all charge for the possibility of marketing, with no guarantees.
I gave Vida Vacations the benefit of the doubt to its credibility. I have determined that I no longer wish to be associated the people who take advantage of families who are just trying to take a hard earned vacation, with what little money they have, by conning them out of more money with a "too good to be true" scam.