Club Wyndham

I don't have enough time left on this earth to document all the bad experiences we have had with Club Wyndham.

We have owned timeshares since 1992 and are pretty familiar with the process. We enjoyed our experiences with other resorts as well as Interval International for exchanges. Four years ago we joined Club Wyndham. They throw around numbers and hundreds of thousand points to take you "anywhere in the World". But, try to make an exchange and they are really not worth much unless you "upgrade". Then the contract is written as a separate contract, not associated or combined... Read the rest of this entry »

Westgate

Like everyone else, we (my husband and I) were fooled and lied to, forced in buying Westgate Timeshare.

We have one child currently in college and another one going to college soon. We couldn’t afford to pay our monthly dues any longer and now We are afraid that when it’s time to apply for Parents Plus Loan for our kids we would not get approved due to Westgate/Pinnacle will report to credit bureau. Is that really the case?

Please advise. Any suggestions?

- Eva


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