I cannot locate that information in the contract. There is a page on terms and conditions of individual membership but again, I cannot find the info I am seeking....When I signed the contract, the attorney for the company said that I could not change my mind.
I thought all contract could be broken, especially for real estate deals. This is bogus and a sham.
This property in Florida was for a timeshare that involved an exchange program of "properties in Fl, the USA, cruises and interntl. properties, resorts.
Thank you Alex for your quick reply. Now I feel confident to go ahead and request the cancellation and refund.
This brings to mind a second question: I believe Monday, Sept. 2, 2013 would not have counted toward the 10 day period because it was a holiday but are the weekend days counted? I'm trying to figure out what would be the 10th or final day.
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