Timeshare owner says she's paying for property that's been closed since Hurrican

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - Karen Speziale is frustrated that she's shelling out hundreds of dollars but can't use her timeshare or its facilities because it's closed for repairs.

"It makes me feel broke," Speziale said.

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Speziale pays $800 every other year to spend one week in a studio unit at the Grand Seas Resort. Speziale, who lives in Ormond Beach bought the timeshare because she likes to swim.

"I'm on a transplant list for a kidney and I would like to use the facilities to be able to swim. We're allowed to use the facilities when we're not staying there," she said.

But Speziale said she hasn't been able to use the resort since September, when it was damaged by Hurricane Irma. She's also frustrated because management is being vague about when the property will re-open.

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