Are you wanting to rescind? If so in the morning take your paperwork back over to the sales offices and tell them you want to rescind. It can all done right then and there. They will give you copies of everything. We have done this several times in the past. Yes you can send in a certified letter but waiting is stressful for some people and they would rather have it all resolved asap.
That's why I immediately went on google as soon as I finally got home and out of party mode to do my research I got like 4 days imma work on a letter tomorrow and send it out immediately. Thanks for the helpYou will kick yourself over and over and feel I'll about how much money you wasted if you don't rescind asap and buy on the resale market.
Yeah man thanks definitely is much appreciated I really am glad that I did find this site and got someone that is knowledgeable I will definitely look into purchasing later on hereI believe there is another thread here on TUG with more detailed information about how to go about rescinding. You won't ever be sorry you rescinded. If you follow the threads here on TUG you will continually be grateful you found this website and it saved you from making a huge mistake. We are platinum presidential reserve owners, meaning we own in excess of 1 million points all purchased directly from Wyndham not resale. Had we known back when we bought about TUG we would never have bought directly from Wyndham. We will never make back in the VIP benefits anywhere near what we spent vs what we would have spent buying resale.
This is quite simply "legal larceny" by any possible standard, benchmark or measure. A loan to boot adds just insult to injury.It was 17,800 for 105,000 points plus a 195,000 bonus points for 2 years and 2 free weeks with the temp VIP for the 2 years... 0 down and got an approved loan for 2500 dollars as the down payment 0 interest on the loan for 6 months and the mf is like 51 a month....
Don't be in a hurry. If you want a timeshare vacation this year, just watch the Last Minute Rentals forum. Those are under $100/day and inside 45 days from move-in. Often they cost less than the underlying cost of the annual maintenance fees. In fact this can be a viable alternative to owning a timeshare.Yeah man thanks definitely is much appreciated I really am glad that I did find this site and got someone that is knowledgeable I will definitely look into purchasing later on here