Club Wyndham Desert Blue Access

We received the following submission from one of our users about their experience with Club Wyndham:

club wyndham "WOW! What a smooth talking, very likeable guy at Desert Blue in Las Vegas! We already have TWO timeshares, totaling 308,000 points that we rarely used, and somehow, this man talked us into buying an ADDITIONAL 154,000 points by telling us that our timeshare needed updating, we were paying too much in interest, we could rent our points for maintenance...blah blah blah. I am still within the timeframe to rescind, and probably will.

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Wyndham Financing Company Experience

One of our users commented on our What Happens If I Stop Paying My Timeshare? article about their experience with Wyndham:

Hope this will help some ppl with Wyndham accounts, predominantly Australians. We were on our honeymoon & naive; we bought into trap. We paid about six months of repayments after that we
stop cold turkey. They call insistently once a day, some we’re nice explaining it was part of their job whilst some were a little onmious and some times i could almost it was the same person doing a jekyll/hyde routine. They called my wife a couple... Read the rest of this entry »

Wyndham Points Credit Pool

If you are a Wyndham owner who doesn't want to waste accumulated points, you may benefit from using the points credit pool. By putting your points into the credit pool, you are essentially banking them for later use – you can pull them from the pool as you need them over the subsequent 3 years. There are some specific regulations of the pool, however, so read on to find out how to use it and maximize your points.

The credit pool is a feature you might consider taking advantage of if you know in advance you won't be traveling during the... Read the rest of this entry »