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You said we could ask for further clarification. There is a glitch. They say that our cancellation letter is predated by one month. Example: they say our letter was dated July 06,2009 instead of August 06, 2009. The contract date is August 02,2009 they extended the legal 7 days from August 09, until August 15. 2009. Our letter arrived August 13th and they say their envelope is stamped the 20th. We have no way of knowing if this is true because they say everything has been sent to Corporate. They did say that they knew that our intention was August as it preceded the contract date. If indeed we did put July, will this void our the cancellation?
We are writing a letter stating the information mentioned above. We are wondering what we need to do about the upcoming payment which is financed by Wyndham. Should we pay or should we notify them that as long as this contract is in dispute we will not be making paymnents/ We had intended to pay it off with our Home Equity but do not think this is a good idea now that we intend to take action toward a cancellation. If we were to default on this loan or delay making payment during the dispute will it damage our credit rating?
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