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Old 01-26-2013, 05:34 PM   #1
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$95 Fee?

I was just browsing some DVC rentals available on eBay. A few of the listings mentioned this $95 fee that would be collected at check-in. I don't remember seeing this listed on the rent/transfer boards here. Is that legit? What is it?
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If you see a $95 fee, it means it's an RCI rental...Which is against the terms & conditions of RCI.

I wouldn't do it...there's a chance you may show up and not have a ressie.
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those should be about half price what a dvc member would charge.
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Old 01-26-2013, 07:54 PM   #4
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If you see a $95 fee, it means it's an RCI rental...Which is against the terms & conditions of RCI.

I wouldn't do it...there's a chance you may show up and not have a ressie.
Exactly right. DVC does not charge a $95 fee for rentals from a DVC owner. The only situation where a $95 fee would be collected would be if the reservation were an exchange through RCI.

Renting RCI exchanges violates the rules of both RCI and DVC. If detected - and it's brain-dead simple to detect by either company - the likely response is to simply cancel the reservation. You arrive, and are told, "Too bad, so sad, you got had."

Renting a DVC reservation on eBay involving a $95 fee at checking is one of the most risky rentals you would ever do.
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Old 01-26-2013, 09:00 PM   #5
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To be honest I had no intentions of renting from anyone on ebay. I just searched out of curiosity. It struck me as strange and I had never seen a fee before in a rental listing. Thanks for the replies. Good to know!
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Old 01-27-2013, 01:53 PM   #6
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what good is it when dvc does nothing to stop it?

it just like the parking.....& because they don't, the guests are
forced to park in the back or do active problem solving by
reporting & waiting for the tow truck.
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what good is it when dvc does nothing to stop it?

it just like the parking.....& because they don't, the guests are
forced to park in the back or do active problem solving by
reporting & waiting for the tow truck.
Sorry, but I don't understand what you mean here. I don't recall anything being asked about parking.
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what good is it when dvc does nothing to stop it?

it just like the parking.....& because they don't, the guests are
forced to park in the back or do active problem solving by
reporting & waiting for the tow truck.
It's not DVC's concern, it's only a concern of RCI. You forget that these units are already gone to DVC members, they now belong to RCI. The only question is who is staying in the unit that is NOT a DVC owner or at least not using their points to do so. RCI is fairly active in policing this area but they can't get everything. While it may (really doesn't) hurt RCI, there is absolutely no harm to DVC or it's members. Actually the reverse if someone ends up buying as a result of a single trip.
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