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[Late RCI Depo] Finalized a purchase of a timeshare on ebay.

llenod

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Back in march I purchased a timeshare in Myrtle Beach. It is a 1 br oceanfront unit, week 34. That is coming up at the end of the month. I have signed up for RCI. I am unable to use it this year. Do you think it's too late to deposit it with RCI? I am looking for something in Massunutten in Jan/Feb. Any advice?
 
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I don't know a lot about Mansunutten, but I can tell you that you would have priority trade status when trading back into your own resort. So, you can deposit your week and seek a week for next summer in your home resort with relative ease (at least you'll see all the deposits for that resort in the system.)
 

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Get on the phone todayand if you can bank it with RCI do it. Most of the smaller companies want deposits 90 days out but if RCI will not take it you can try DAE or Platinum Interchange. If not, you might have to place it on last minute tug rentals or redweek.com and myresortnetwork for rent (for mntc fees only) and call it a wash this year. Funtime
 
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