We purchased a time share Nov 19th, our contract says we have 10 days to cancel so today the 26th.
I wrote a letter to cancel & ask for my deposit back. For our deposit we wrote out a check for 1/3 of it than post dated two checks for 12-20-10 & 1-20-11 for thye remaining. I sent it off post marked the 26th by certified mail & return receit. I also sent back the bag of material by certified mail & return receit. Should i put a stop payment on the two post dated checks that they have?
Can you not cancel all three?? Surely if you have ten days to cancel they should not have cashed the first cheque? Anyway I would definately cancel the last two. You have cut it a bit fine canceling now with the holidays and a weekend. The official date they register your cancellation will be the date they actually recieve the notice, not the post-marked date.
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