RCI is not actually a developer or specific resort – they aim to help timeshare owners exchange their timeshares for one in a new location. Their mission is interesting enough to some people that they have considered purchasing a timeshare simply because of the appeal of switching locations every so often
If you have used RCI and you would like to cancel your timeshare, the first step is finding out which resort you actually own a timeshare in, since RCI itself is not a resort.Once you determine the details of your owners….
Contact Your Resort
Some resorts do have a program to help owners exit their timeshares. We always recommend contacting your resort as a first step. If they do not have a buy-back or exit program, you still have some choices.
Selling Your Timeshare
You could attempt to sell the timeshare yourself. Many owners will list their timeshare on Craigslist or Ebay as a starting point. You can also try to use a timeshare broker to help you with the sale.
Using a Timeshare Exit Company
Many timeshare owners will partner with a timeshare exit company to help them get out of their contract. We can help you find the right company for your needs by using the contact information on this page.
Paying an Up-front Fee vs. Using Escrow
Consider using a company that offers an escrow payment option, rather than up-front-fees, for extra peace of mind when cancelling your timeshare. Learn more about escrow and how it can help you avoid scams here (https://www.escrow.com/what-is-escrow).
The escrow option protects your money in the event that a company goes out of business or otherwise rescinds their money-back guarantee.
We do not sell timeshares, nor do we provide cancellation services – we provide free consultation to people interested in timeshare cancellation. To start a conversation, begin a live chat now w ith one of our consultants or fill out a contact form and we will be in touch.
Note – Always contact your resort first before speaking to anyone about cancelling your timeshare.