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quote:Originally posted by Doggy50kWe sympathise with those who have insufficient points to make best use of the system - we found the best solution to that was to get more points.
quote:Originally posted by Doggy50kHi KeithDo you know how much the "minimum" buy in costs nowadays?I think it would probably pay for the next 7 to 8 years management fees - probably not an option for anyone claiming to be unable to afford management fees.
quote:Originally posted by daveandmaureenTonyC has advised that DRI are considering some of his points on this matter although to date we haven't had any response (not a public one anyway).
quote:Originally posted by tonycI was in the process of packing for a week's break in bracing Cromer,
quote:Originally posted by Doggy50kSadly Keith there are lots of members out their with insufficient points to get decent holidays - more a case of not value for money (as they are saying on another forum) - mostly down to The Former Company sales peopleAs the basic fee is over £400 - the more points you have the better value for money it works out at.As for calling me for "selling" - I dont think so some how - we are happy with our points, but yes perhaps they are not for everyone. I dont think I mentioned letting anyone eat cake...Please can everyone try to avoid, what should be a contructive thread, descending into chaos?
quote:Originally posted by staffs_paulyou can change your points for weeks (at no cost or at least it was when i did it 18 months back) this is cheaper on the maintenance fees. it also allows you to sell to anyone not just DRI memebers.Is the age get out still an option for these fixed weeks i wonder, if i signed my 2 weeks over to my mother (she is 78) then at some point she was not able to continue & i did not want them back, would that fullfill the get out clause conditions?