|By PR Newswire||
|December 15, 2013 12:22 AM EST||
Recent reports of fraud at the Mayan Palace Riviera Maya have begun to circulate online, but by looking into the satisfaction their guests have been receiving it's not difficult to conclude that the reports of fraud may themselves be fraudulent.
CANCUN, Mexico, Dec. 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ - The Mayan Palace Riviera Maya has been inundated with a barrage of negative criticism about their practices, many implying that they try to defraud their customers and leave them unsatisfied. However, after pouring through the majority of online reviews it's puzzling to note that most of them show a different story from the ones that seem to insist Mayan Palace fraud is rampant. Anybody can falsify claims and spread them online to hurt a business, but it holds weight when a senior reviewer on one of the world's largest hotel review sites gives the Mayan Palace 5 stars and opens their review with "We loved the Mayan Palace. The hotel is absolutely beautiful." At Family Vacation Critic, a website specializing in trip planning for families, the Mayan Palace Riviera Maya holds an overall rating of 4 out of 5 stars from their 516 family reviewers.
If the reviews are any indication, the Mayan Palace fraud talks appear to be either speculation or orchestrated to show up en masse to discredit the resort and push business in another direction. Guests of the resort rave about the close proximity to beautiful landmarks and the amenities that include the golf course and many luxury pools. The reviewers seem to agree that the Mayan Palace not only provides a "meticulously maintained" landscape but also supplies "a variety of restaurants and bars all over the property" as one recent 5 star review points out.
Is Mayan Palace Fraud a problem? Judging by the amount of passionate reviews pouring in that state otherwise, it can be safe to conclude that these talks of fraud at the Mayan Palace Riviera Maya are themselves fraudulent.