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Resale Weeks - Need new II Account?

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As I recall, I will need to get a new II account for my non enrollable weeks, is that correct?
Any good discounts for II. I have never had to set up my own II account so not sure of the process (previous weeks were predevelopment weeks long, long time ago.
 
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Enrolled weeks should go into the MVC corporate account that is paid for with your club dues, non-enrolled weeks require your own II account.
 

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Enrolled weeks should go into the MVC corporate account that is paid for with your club dues, non-enrolled weeks require your own II account.
Sorry, noticed a typo. Should have said "for my NON enrollable weeks (e.g Post 2010 resale) " I edited.
 

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As I recall, I will need to get a new II account for my non enrollable weeks, is that correct?
Any good discounts for II. I have never had to set up my own II account so not sure of the process (previous weeks were predevelopment weeks long, long time ago.
That is correct. I had to do the same thing. Easy process, but it takes a few days. Call interval and set up the new account, pay your membership fee, and give them the info for the units you are placing in that account. They will then contact MVC to confirm that you own those units, which is the piece that takes a few days. Then you will be ready to use the account for those units.
 

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Are there any discounts?
Yes. Apparently there is usually a charge for adding units to your account, but they added all 7 of my unenrolled units for free since I was doing it at the same time that I paid for my membership ($99 one year membership if my memory is correct).
 

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Yes. Apparently there is usually a charge for adding units to your account, but they added all 7 of my unenrolled units for free since I was doing it at the same time that I paid for my membership ($99 one year membership if my memory is correct).
Yes, it's either a per unit added or they'll waive the fee if you extend even if it's a 2 for 1 special.
 
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