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When I sell an II week, can I transfer the II deposit to the buyer?

abdibile

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I am in the process to sell a timeshare week I used with II.

Can I transfer the 2011 II deposit of that week from my II account to the seller's II account?

How would that be done and how much does II charge for it?

Thanks!
 

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It depends on the timeshare. I was able to do that with a Marriott week.
 

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II will issue the new owner an accomodation certificate with similar trading power of your deposit, but will not transfer the actual deposit. There is no fee.
 
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II will issue the new owner an accomodation certificate with similar trading power of your deposit, but will not transfer the actual deposit. There is no fee.
Although I agree based on your wording, you can create the same effect as transferring the deposit if the only timeshare registered with II is the one being sold. You do it by asking II to transfer the old owner's account to the new owner. The new owner (or someone) must pay for at least a one-year membership extension to make the transfer and the account can be merged with an existing II account that the new owner might have.

Go to this link for what Craig Urbine (then a VP at II) said about this on TUG 8+ years ago. I last transferred another owner's account to me a little over a year ago.
 

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Thanks for the info!

I have three other deposits in that account currently but my plan was to get rid of the account after I used these deposits and only use my Marriott Destinations Club II account going forward.

Would I also be able to transfer the three other deposits (Marriott weeks before the Destinations Club Points system was introduced) without selling the underlying weeks? II knows that I still own these weeks as these are now in my Marriott II account.
 
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