- Report: #1007683
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Complaint Review: Monarch Grand vacations
Monarch Grand vacations23091 Mill Creek Drive Internet United States of America
Monarch Grand vacations Timeshare RIP OFF, Internet
I have paid off the $20,000.00 and my maintenance fees have risen to $350.00 a quarter over the years. I can no longer afford the maintenance fees and want to get rid of the time share. The resorts are all on the West coast and I have since moved to the East coast. I have not used the time share in years so I no longer have a use for it. With several attempts to sell and or just give it away I have been unsuccessful.
I have called Monarch several times to get out of the fees, They tell me if I do not pay the fees it will go to a collection agency, show as a foreclosure and be on my credit report. I have fully paid for the timeshare so how can it be a foreclosure? They told me they are not in the business of buying or taking them back. I have said than just remove me as an owner and be done with it. They stated this is not acceptable and I would again be referred to a credit agency. How can I get out of this? Is this legal and can it go on my report as a foreclosure?
This is a total ripoff and not worth it.
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