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The papers you signed to buy the timeshare points

Be sure that any buyer who signed the purchase documents also sign the rescission documents. Send it via USPS CERTIFIED MAIL.

Retain all copies of all documents and be sure to save your Postmarked receipt (which proves you mailed it in a timely manner).

They don't have to acknowledge receipt, but they do have to act on it. Allow up to 45 days for your refund.



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Certified Letter sent-- I may send another one too since after I paid he said it would arrive on Saturday.
 

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Certified Letter sent-- I may send another one too since after I paid he said it would arrive on Saturday.

Does NOT matter WHEN it is delivered. The key is your Postmarked date on your receipt.

It may not arrive for weeks, but the important thing is WHEN you mailed it, i.e. date of Postmark.


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I will be sending my letter to rescind in the morning. The template mentions sending back all of the promotional material... does that mean I need to send back the cheap orange bag and the 2 points books (RCI and BG) I was also given 2 stupid vouchers for a week at an RCI property for like 250 -- that was part of my deal.
I never sent them back, I just sent back any vouchers, ID cards, etc. The book and bag, no I didn't and they didn't take the cost out of my refund.

By the way, congratulations on being able to rescind in time. I did the same, had no intention on signing up and somehow did. Moment of weakness. I just got my down payment back and I'm clear of this terrible decision. It feels wonderful. I'm sure you do too when you look at all the cash your going to save.
 

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Is it the same process for cancelling the Bluegreen Vacation "Getaway" for 3 days? I was not told this was a timeshare presentation package - I specially asked and the saleswoman said it was not. I am old, on Social Security and do not meet the minimum income requirements for the timeshare presentation. Since it was misrepresented, I just want to cancel and get my money back. I hope it's okay to post this here.
 

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Is it the same process for cancelling the Bluegreen Vacation "Getaway" for 3 days? I was not told this was a timeshare presentation package - I specially asked and the saleswoman said it was not. I am old, on Social Security and do not meet the minimum income requirements for the timeshare presentation. Since it was misrepresented, I just want to cancel and get my money back. I hope it's okay to post this here.

You likely can call and cancel your "Getaway" package.

Personally? I assume you are receiving that Getaway at a very reasonable rate. I would take it, enjoy it, and just tell them that you have no intentions of buying during your two hour meeting with them. Just say "NO" when you meet with them.

Enjoy your vacation Getaway and no reason to be stressed out.


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