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The Maverick Resort And Restaurant - Timeshare situation

We want to cancel this ownership and move on with our lives. We must at this point do so. The timeshare is paid off; we have owned it for a long time – since 1989 in fact. We want them to take this back. Sell it again. They will not lose any money here. We are not asking for any refunds for we have used it. We also pledge to pay any costs associated with getting it back in their hands. We are glad to hear that Maverick Resort has made improvements to the property and by doing that put the company in a better financial position. Mr. Douglas, president of the board of directors, has been in contact with us and sounds like an honorable and a fiscally responsible leader of the company. For him to come in and do all that he needed to do and be honest about it to the owners is a tough decision and a brave one and one that will serve the company well later on in the public eye. Mr. Douglas did mention a Deed back committee, yet we have not heard from them. We can’t be any more fair about this. We have no idea how much we have paid over the years. We used the timeshare a few times over the years. Often we wanted to trade and only once got our first choice (Orange Lake Country Club). We settled for other vacations because we had to work around school vacations. We wanted to go to Panama City but ended up in Ormond Beach (down the street from Maverick). Once we stayed at Massanutten when we really wanted Hilton Head. What has happened to us during our 31 years hasn’t anything to do with the new leadership; we understand that. We were often disappointed. It was a rare occurrence when we got a place and were excited about it. We traded twice for cruises when we couldn’t find any resorts with decent ratings. The salesmen told us that our primetime red week would get us Hawaii or Manhattan or San Diego or Sedona; not once did that happen. The timeshare we have used occasionally has outlived its usefulness for us and now is a liability. We have retired and are on a fixed income with regular life-bills to pay. My husband has a heart condition and with that diagnosis comes many expensive medical bills and medications. This was not an anticipated event. For many years we have faithfully paid the maintenance fees on time or early and paid any special assessments without complaining. We will not be using it again. It is paid off and we want to be rid of it.
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#1526425 Review #1526425 is a subjective opinion of poster.
North Peninsula, Florida
The Maverick Resort And Restaurant Vacation Ownership
Reason of review
I no longer want the timeshare in our lives
Preferred solution
Please take the timeshare week back, free and clear.