Orange Lake Timeshare in Kissimmee Florida

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Timeshare Kissimmee FloridaI sold my timeshare in September 2007 that I owned at Orange Lake Country Club in Kissimmee Florida and that's when my nightmare started. I only owned it for a year before I realized what a big mistake I made and sold it the next year!

It turns out that the new owners actually own the timeshare thru Orange County (state of Florida), but my husband and I still own it at Orange lake. There was 1 witness signature on the Quit Claim deed,... Read the rest of this entry »

Point to Point to Westcoast Timeshare to Crelogix

[ad#readmore]My husband and I joined Point to Point Timeshare in Vancouver BC, which changed to Westcoast Timeshare. We were asked if we owned a home to begin with we said no, but we did have a motor home (jokingly). The guy said good enough and signed us up on that. We were financed by Travelers acceptance which changed to Crelogix when they changed to Westcoast.

Since then they merged with Vacation Internationale and went Bankrupt, we thought our payments were then going to Vacation Internationale, but they weren't. I canceled the payments, and they changed the total to a different... Read the rest of this entry »

Wall Street Journal Feature on Timeshare Troubles

The Wall Street Journal recently (April 2012) aired a video about the difficulty of selling timeshares.

According to the WSJ, an estimated 50% of owners are behind on their payments.

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A few notes from the video:

[ad#readmore]The average cost for maintenance fees is around $730 per year, which has been steadily increasing year to year. Travel is a luxury, and one that most people are not able to allocate a lot of time and... Read the rest of this entry »