This is a far simpler matter than all the speculation here warrants. If you enjoy the use of your timeshare, have more money than you know what to do with and are not annoyed with the incessant urging to upgrade with each use.........more power to you and good luck!Got a call from Wesley financial. I am not sold on how it works yet but I haven't felt like they care if I do this or not. I told the guy I wasn't interested in the beginning and he said thanks and let me go. I called him back a day later. He went through what they proposed. I am not new to Wyndham or Fairfield and have been pretty disgusted with the whole deal. I use it but was taken this last time. I have an appointment for a call from their attorney. Keep you posted.
However, if you feel you were misrepresented or not fully informed at the time of purchase of ever increasing maintenance fees in perpetuity and have come to realize that you own a depreciating liability that you do not want your heirs saddled with...........do something about it. The best solution? Designate this financial boat anchor in your Last Will and Testament to the timeshare salesman that sold it to you.