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By Leona R.

Bel Air Vacation Club

Hello Mrs. Rothney unfortunately what you said about "The failure to pay a non-personal debt, i.e., maintenance fee,should not be reported on one's credit report" is wrong because of the contract you signed, any time you default on payments you’ve contractually agreed to make, it has the potential to hurt your credit score. A timeshare default is no different. Depending on the specifics of your timeshare agreement, default could lead to collections actions, civil judgements and even foreclosure, any of which could appear on your credit report. While not every timeshare developer reports foreclosures to the credit reporting bureaus, this does not mean that your timeshare foreclosure won't show up in your credit history. In fact, defaulting on your timeshare mortgage can be just as damaging to your credit score as defaulting on your home mortgage. The other thing Mrs. Rothney a "deed back in lieu of foreclosure" must by accepted by the company in this case we don´t, what I can offer you is to pay $4000.00, $3500.00 less late fees and $500.00 to cancel the account, the payment must be done before August 30, before we report to credit bureaus.

I am trying to get rid of my timeshare in Mexico. The previous is the answer I got from the resort. I need help as what to do.

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11 months ago
Aug 10, 2018

By Garrett B.

Bel Air Vacation Club

Has begun affecting your credit? I have not paid maintenance fees for Bel Air in several years and they are threatening to send me to collections. Did they send you to collections and is it affecting your score? Please let me know.

Thanks!

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6 months ago
Jan 07, 2019

By Leona R.

Bel Air Vacation Club

I have not heard anything from Bel Air.

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6 months ago
Jan 08, 2019

By Liz L.

Bel Air Vacation Club

I have had this time share in PV for 18 years! We are fully paid up but dont use it anymore! They told me I'd go to collections if I dont continue to pay!!! I cant afford it anymore!!! When we bought it the maintenance was 250 a year now its 650 and a special assessment of 950 this year!!! We had no idea that it would keep goin up!!! They contact says paid in full!!! Please if you have any advice how to stop this wed so appreciate it!

leonar10 wrote:
Hello Mrs. Rothney unfortunately what you said about "The failure to pay a non-personal debt, i.e., maintenance fee,should not be reported on one's credit report" is wrong because of the contract you signed, any time you default on payments you’ve contractually agreed to make, it has the potential to hurt your credit score. A timeshare default is no different. Depending on the specifics of your timeshare agreement, default could lead to collections actions, civil judgements and even foreclosure, any of which could appear on your credit report. While not every timeshare developer reports foreclosures to the credit reporting bureaus, this does not mean that your timeshare foreclosure won't show up in your credit history. In fact, defaulting on your timeshare mortgage can be just as damaging to your credit score as defaulting on your home mortgage. The other thing Mrs. Rothney a "deed back in lieu of foreclosure" must by accepted by the company in this case we don´t, what I can offer you is to pay $4000.00, $3500.00 less late fees and $500.00 to cancel the account, the payment must be done before August 30, before we report to credit bureaus.

I am trying to get rid of my timeshare in Mexico. The previous is the answer I got from the resort. I need help as what to do.

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