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Can I request user reimburse extension fee?


TUG Member
Jun 6, 2005
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Green Bay, Wisconsin

I have a RCI exchange week in Mexico that I likely won't be able to use relatively soon. I would like to offer it on TUG but have my fees, as allowed by RCI, reimbursed. I understand this would include both the exchange fee ($189) and the guest certificate ($49).

However, I did have to pay RCI to extend this week so it could be used in March. Is it okay to ask that this extension fee be reimbursed also?

Thanks in advance.


TUG Member
Apr 23, 2005
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Carmel, IN

Since it's an RCI fee, you would not be in violation of RCI's Terms & Conditions of Membership to allow a guest to pay the extension fee or reimburse you for it.