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I purchased a timeshare through Caribbean Service Group (Bahamas) Ltd in March 1990 for the Coral Courts resort. I have paid the up front fees off completely for the time share and the maintenance fees on time until February 21st 2006 when the Caribbean Service Group sent me a letter along with...
Is anyone familiar with this timeshare? I just inherited it from my parents and I can't find any information about it - what little information exists is quite old - 2006-2008. The operator does not have a website and I can't find anything on Interval International (it used to be an II resort)...
That's why I ALWAYS attend the Annual POA meetings.
Maybe the POA did not exist or never had meetings.
Even the big-time Corporate CFOs can be caught in errors,
usually in the Developer's favor. And I ain't no financial whiz, either.
Moral - if you have an investment, cultivate an interest in its function.
Too many owners just want to vacation and have no clue. Owners do not want to deal with even thinking about the financials, they don't even bother to vote. This is the danger and makes it easy for those with ulterior motives to take advantage. Been there/done that.