- May 30, 2013
- Reaction score
- British Columbia
I understand what you are saying Dot but principles alone do not pay the bills and as you know the group is a mixture of young families and senior citizens. Not paying a court judgment could and would have devastating affects on - young families, some still trying to establish a good credit score and seniors wanting to hang on to whatever assets they have accumulated over the years.Many of us still stand by our principles and refuse to pay the ransom. We get our annual invoices from whatever they are calling themselves this week and dispose of them in file 13. Because we quietly continue to safeguard our Serenity and our Sanity we compartmentalize this as another example of the Injustice System at work in Canada in the present day and age. But we always Hope that at some point things will improve. We warn others against investing in timeshares...Once bitten, Twice shy...My heartfelt sympathy goes out to everyone who paid because fear and paranoia, as much as Wankel and Geldert, had become their worst enemy.
Each and every person has their own personal reason for the when and why they did what they did. This whole situation has taken a toll on everyone - financially, emotionally and physically. Bankruptcies, divorces, heart attacks and strokes to name a few.
So although you say fear and paranoia I would add stark reality.