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Why are Club Caribe maintenance fees important?

Your maintenance fees are an essential part of ensuring that the luxury resort facilities and accommodations you enjoy on vacation are as dazzling and elegant as the day you decided to purchase your membership. Club Caribe is committed to excellence and your maintenance fees go towards perfecting your vacation experiences and maintaining the standards of the beautiful properties that are yours to indulge in each year.

Keeping up to date with the payment of your maintenance fees is your way of supporting the essential task of taking care of your investment to guarantee the highest quality for your vacation experiences. As outlined in the Rules and Regulations, timely payment of your maintenance assessments is the personal obligation of each member and is not dependent on your use of the property. For that reason, ResortCom Members Services Department is available to assist you to ensure that you do not incur any penalties or interest due to late payments.

Below you will find some key dates to keep in mind to help you to avoid falling behind on your maintenance fees and the forfeiture of your membership.

October    You will be sent your maintenance fee assessments for the following year, which need to be paid before December 1 to avoid delinquency. New members will receive their first maintenance assessment within 30 days after membership has been processed and will be due upon receipt.

December 1   Date when unpaid maintenance fees are considered delinquent. A delinquency notice will be sent to members with outstanding assessments and reservation requests will not be accepted and all reservations will be canceled. Unpaid fees will automatically be subject to 12% late charge.

January 1  Members with outstanding maintenance fees will not be able to use their membership and will be charged a $75 reinstatement fee.

February 1  Outstanding maintenance assessments will be charged automatically a rate of 10% interest per year.

Maintenance Fee Payments

Paying your Club Caribe maintenance fees is easy. You can pay quickly and easily using a major credit card by calling: 1 866 464 9280 or by sending a check to:

ResortCom International
P.O. Box 96058
Las Vegas, NV 89193

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