- May 18, 2020
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- Resorts Owned
- KBV, Bali Hai, Wyndham Palm Aire, Bonnet Creek, Patriot's Place, Harbour, Sea Watch, etc.
When something doesn't smell right it usually is tainted. In the case of KBV, the BOD cancelled the meeting but without the proper notification to owners had the meeting a day or so later I have finally been informed through email. The vote was delayed but what is that terrible smell which tells me that like a iceberg we the owners have been only given 10% of the truth while 90% has been hidden from us. I paid my entire 2023nmaintenance fee but your statement about " the time for a law suit is far behind us now " is wrong. The smell now is more prominent and smells like misfeasance or malfeasance by the BOD and/or Wyndham (in multiple capacities). Also, there could be some relief through a complaint to the Hawaii AG, the FTC or some other state or federal agency who has oversight.The time for a law suit is far behind us now. What we need is an avenue to get rid of our weeks and move on. Whoever gets the property may build something wonderful and we would come back as individuals and not owners.
I am not an attorney but have served in the capacity of a pension fund treasurer/trustee who had a fiduciary responsibility and learned exactly what the scope of that fiduciary responsibility was. I can assure you that legal action is not too late. After over a year, I have finally received the audits and other misc. info but the smell previously mentioned is still here.
COMMUNICATION on May 9, 2023 from
Aloha Mr Schreffler,
We do apologize you weren't able to attend the KBV IOA Virtual Annual Owners Meeting on Friday. The Partition Vote was delayed due to a pending lawsuit against the AOAO. I have attached previous years audits as well as the Box Address below containing all reports.
I do suggest that all concerned KBV owners stand up and be counted. You should contact the above email address and ask your questions, get copies of the audit and be proactive in letting your voices be heard. It is just common sense that as John3825 so eloquently stated a single year maintenance fee should not cost more than what Jill can rent that same week for online and that the prorated share of a biannual week can't be the same special assessment fee as an yearly owner. Don't forget those requesting information they did not receive prior to their payment of the 2023 maintenance fee actually paid this amount under protest for someone's negligence.