Back in the heyday when I thought I was going to be a millionaire, I was looking at DVC when I was last in Disneyland.
I even tried to follow up with DVC during my trip to Walt Disney World, but got a bad experience that was competing with Ed’s Bacon and Dopey’s cookies…
Since I have returned to American Samoa, I have called and e-mailed DVC. I even tried to click on the "send for a free dvc information booklet on facebook. And nothing has shown up. Kemberly’s attempts have fallen flat as well. I even tried to sign my cat up with no response.
Is it a legal thing that prohibits the selling of timeshare interests to residents outside certain jurisdictions? Does my zip code block any efforts by DVC to take my money?
Or am I missing something here and not just doing something correctly? The last information I have is six years old… :pirate:[/QUOTE]
I certainly don’t think there’s anything “not legal” about selling outside of certain jurisdictions. We just got an “invitation” to buy more points (aren’t they thoughtful, always thinking of our enjoyment?:glare:) the other day, and when we were in Hawaii and looked at Aulani we were inundated for about six months with invitations. Usually they are right on top of this sort of thing. They are very happy to take our money - once we change it into US Funds, of course. My dd just sent for a DVC video and it arrived promptly. Of course, I don’t know if my cats have requested any info - they’re pretty closed-lipped about such things. I don’t really have any advice…I’d try calling again and asking to speak to a representative. Disney is usually falling all over itself to sell DVC.