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Mexico Timeshare scams have been super prevalent in 2023.   To be completely frank, the probability of encountering a scam when approached by individuals expressing interest in purchasing your Mexico timeshares is exceedingly high, standing at a staggering 99.9% likelihood.

In this post, my objective is to explore a range of methods that have come to my attention, equipping you with the knowledge and insights necessary to discern telltale signs indicating the presence of a scam.

The bottom of this post will contain a full list of domain names and phone numbers that have been reported by various users online and involved in the the shenanigans.

These scammers invest considerable amounts of time and resources to advance their illicit schemes, meticulously crafting an appearance of authenticity and credibility in every aspect. Consequently, any material or online presence they provide, be it documents or websites, will exhibit a striking semblance of legitimacy. Nevertheless, upon closer examination and scrutiny, their façade quickly unravels, revealing clear indications of their deceptive nature.

One of the most straightforward methods to discern the fraudulent nature of these activities at an early stage is by conducting a WHOIS lookup of the domain from which they may send emails or documents.  The majority of the domains you come across will have been registered fairly recently, spanning anywhere from a mere one day to approximately 90 days or even longer.

We are going to use:

Our primary focus lies within the raw data section, as it provides us with crucial information such as the creation/registration date(s) of the domain(s) in question.

Domain Name:
Registry Domain ID: 2766926065_DOMAIN_COM-VRSN
Registrar WHOIS Server:
Registrar URL:
Updated Date: 2023-03-21T14:46:50Z
Creation Date: 2023-03-21T14:46:49Z
Domain Name:
Registry Domain ID: 2780179233_DOMAIN_COM-VRSN
Registrar WHOIS Server:
Registrar URL:
Updated Date: 2023-05-11T18:38:49Z
Creation Date: 2023-05-11T18:38:49Z

Upon closer inspection of the creation/registration dates, it becomes apparent that all of these instances have taken place within the past few months. Subsequently, if we delve deeper into their websites at, we observe an aesthetically pleasing template that has been meticulously crafted by someone who has invested time into replicating and inserting text. However, upon closer examination, it becomes evident that the content lacks any substantial information or meaningful substance, as exemplified by the accompanying screenshot.

Certainly, it is possible to initiate communication via email and receive a response from these scammers. However, it is crucial to note that domain names can be acquired at low costs, and email hosting services are often available for free or at an extremely nominal expense.

Oh, now, let’s take a look at the magnificent website. Prepare to be dazzled by their astounding 20-year-long commitment to serving the community! Take a moment to soak in the sheer brilliance of a website that proudly boasts absolutely zero listings. But wait, it gets better! Those intriguing “learn more” links, oh how they captivate us with their ability to redirect you back to a void of nothingness. It’s truly remarkable how a community stalwart of such magnitude fails to provide a link to their MLS listings. Truly awe-inspiring, isn’t it?


Ah, well, it seems that perhaps their priorities lie in delivering exceptional service rather than investing in the development of a fully functional website. Now, moving on to another aspect worth examining: the address listing.  We will make use of our friend Google maps (

One Old Country Road, Carle Place, New York 11514, United States
(516) 253-0387
[email protected]

Trustway Services, LLC.
28 Liberty St. New York, NY 10005

Nothing but a run-of-the-mill, nondescript address that offers no means of online verification or the possibility of swinging by for an impromptu visit. It’s as if they expect us to simply accept the information they provide as truth, knowing full well that they believe we are either too apathetic or lack the means to verify their claims. How thoughtful of them to make such assumptions on our behalf.

As I become aware of additional domains, the list provided below will be regularly refreshed and updated.  If you should have any questions or feedback, please use the comment option or REPORT ABUSE form.  Due to spam e-mail address harvesting, please use the form on the website.

Websites known to be part of a Mexico timeshare scam:


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