Canadian dvc owners

Discussion in 'Purchasing DVC' started by camafrogs, Mar 18, 2012.

  1. camafrogs

    camafrogs Earning My Ears

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    Do you pay your maintenance fees annually or in monthly increments as i was told by some one just yearly for us Canadians and than told that we to could pay by monthly increments :teacher:
     
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  3. disneynutz

    disneynutz DIS Veteran DIS Lifetime Sponsor

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    I believe monthly payments requires a US bank account.

    Why not pay yourself and make some interest on your money?

    :earsboy: Bill
     
  4. CKCruising

    CKCruising Mouseketeer

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    We have to pay yearly (unless you have a US Bank Account, as the pp says). We just pay with our credit card in January.
    It sucks in the sense that you need to come up with the funds right after Christmas, but it is also satisfying that it is done for the rest of the year.
     
  5. montrealdisneylovers

    montrealdisneylovers Mouseketeer

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    We pay yearly on credit card and accumulate the travel points. As pp says sucks that it is right after Christmas but c'est la vie!!
     
  6. DougEMG

    DougEMG DIS Veteran

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    We pay the MF all at once in Feb using a credit card.
     
  7. camafrogs

    camafrogs Earning My Ears

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    Ty for letting me know i dont have to pay any till 2013 so i have time to put away for them just so happy got us Dvc :cloud9:
     
  8. NancyK

    NancyK DIS Veteran

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    Yup - like everyone else says, we have to pay in a lump sum. We bought DVC just over a year ago. I have a U.S. credit card from our Canadian bank as well as a U.S. dollar bank account. I buy money every month and then pay off the dues with the U.S. credit card. When the credit card bill comes in, the U.S. cash is in the bank to cover it. Helps with the "after Christmas" money blues. ;)
     

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