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Which exchange companies allow exchanges to be rented?

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YES: Renting exchanges allowed

Starwood (internal exchanges) - no

HTSE (Hawaii Timeshare Exchange) - Technically no, but their Rep. posted on the other board that they do not penalize people who rent their exchanges.

TPI - TPIRep: "Technically speaking, yes it is [against the rules.] If you rent a week that you received on exchange, that is your business, however you will be held accountable for that guest and the room."


NO: Renting exchanges not allowed

RCI - no

II - NO:
Example of what happened to one owner who got caught

II Terms and Conditions

DAE - no

Platinum Interchange - no

*The info. for this sticky was either posted by the Exchange Company Rep., or is posted on the exchange company website. You may be told something different, if you call.
 
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