AccorVacation club change the constitution to ensure unhappy customers can be compensated

AccorVacation club change the constitution to ensure unhappy customers can be compensated

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Anna Stancombe started this petition to Anna Stancombe and

Accor Time Share is a holiday club (timeshare). They have been in the news recently over their unscrupulous high pressure sales tactics. The club offers a lifestyle choice of fantastic holidays.... the reality is vastly different. The main concerns with the timeshare is that there is never any availability to book a holiday.... the accomodation is not of an adequate standard and the ever increasing membership fees that increase nearly 5 percent each year. After outplaying a significant amount for a timeshare - anywhere upwards of $20,000 you pay annual fees of around $1000 a year. When you go to make a booking there isn’t any availability unless you own one of the high level memberships. There is no ‘buy back scheme’ even when your circumstances change and you are in financial difficulties or a loved one passes away, ACCOR offers no resolution to help you sell your timeshare or offer any compensation when you can’t use your membership due to lack of availability or when you receive substandard accomodation. It is usually cheaper to book on external holiday sites then what your annual fees cost! I would like members to come together to have a vote to change the constitution of the club and have more say in how it is being run. So many people have lost thousands of dollars by buying into this club, then having no choice but to give their memberships away, suffering huge loses. ASICS and the Credit Industry Ombudsman has had many complaints about Accor Vacation Club but has failed to stop them ripping off everyday Australians. Please signed this petition to let the CEO Craig Wood know that member’s and the public have had enough and we want changes made.  

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