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Interval InternationalWithholding information

I have been receiving phone calls "inviting" me to a dinner for interval international timeshare owners. I've requested that any information that will be given at the dinner be sent to me by email or snail mail. I am being told that sending written information "is not the way that they do it. " the last time i met with an ii staffer, he wanted a check for $3k and when i refused said, "boy is my boss going to be mad at me. " doesn't inspire confidence, does it? So, can it be legal for a company to withhold information from owners in this way? After talking to a couple of people, multiple times, i'm still completely in the dark regarding what this company wants of me. I don't have a mortgage on this property and pay my annual dues on time. Does anyone know anything about this group? Thanks crystal [protected]@gmail.com

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  • Ja
    Jahad1 Dec 06, 2009

    call [protected] and ask questions thats the number i call them with they are nice as long as you are i have been doing exchanges with them for over 10 years and because everytime i call i get the same girl it has made things easier to i love them been everywhere just tell them you want to know how to do your trade right and they'll tell you, you can't get anything if you don't ask questions

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    NoMoreMrNiceGuy Jan 10, 2011

    Wioth 2, 000, 000 members claimed, how do you manage to get the same person each time you call? This comment to the complaint sounds like a "plant" to me!

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