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Interval membership and corporate type accounts

chellej

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So I have an interval account and today for the first time when I logged in it shows a screen that says I have multiple accounts.

It asks me to select one....but there is only one. So I am thinking they are starting the transition for my shell points. When I look under my membership it lists my regular account and my shell account (the shell isn't active yet but listed)

So I am wondering if this is how it will work vs RCI where my wyndham rci and my shell RCI were totally unrelated.


For folks that have the corporate type accounts with Interval (Westin, worldmark, marriott) is this how yours is set up....one log in and then you pick the account you want to use?
 

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For folks that have the corporate type accounts with Interval (Westin, worldmark, marriott) is this how yours is set up....one log in and then you pick the account you want to use?

That's how it works with Starwood.
 

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For folks that have the corporate type accounts with Interval (Westin, worldmark, marriott) is this how yours is set up....one log in and then you pick the account you want to use?

That's how it works with Starwood.

So you have one log on and then choose which account you want to open??

I have 2 completely separate accounts for my Marriott corporate and other TSs.
 

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So you have one log on and then choose which account you want to open??

I have 2 completely separate accounts for my Marriott corporate and other TSs.

Yes - they combined them a couple of years ago.
 
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