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Can I merge II accounts?

osman

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I have two Interval International accounts resulting from resale purchases at WKV (a mandatory property) and SDO (a voluntary property). I would like to merge the II accounts for two reasons: 1. To reduce the memberships fees, 2. To simplify viewing all of my exchanges. On the phone, II has told me it is impossible to merge the two accounts. Is that correct?

TIA,
Osman
 

DeniseM

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You cannot - the yearly II fees for your mandatory property are paid by your SVN fees. Starwood will not allow you to put non-mandatory resorts in an SVN II Acct.
 
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