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Old 03-13-2013, 11:35 AM   #16
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Think about it this way -- you didn't get screwed, the seller did. With a subsidized contract, Disney would have ROFR'ed it anyway. So someone would have eventually paid his asking price just for the subsidized dues. He LOST $1500 just by agreeing to sell it to you. On the flip side you spent $750 more over the life of the contract and never got subsidized dues which you aren't entitled to anyway. He should cry... not you.
This is the weird part. Somehow the seller was able to get back the contract and wanted full asking price a few weeks later. Seller must be a Disney employee or something. There is some funny business going on.
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Old 03-14-2013, 12:42 AM   #17
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This is the weird part. Somehow the seller was able to get back the contract and wanted full asking price a few weeks later. Seller must be a Disney employee or something. There is some funny business going on.
Sorry but this doesn't make sense
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Old 03-14-2013, 01:59 AM   #18
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This is the weird part. Somehow the seller was able to get back the contract and wanted full asking price a few weeks later. Seller must be a Disney employee or something. There is some funny business going on.
How do you know its the same contract? Maybe the seller had two of the same size.
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Old 03-14-2013, 11:20 AM   #19
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How do you know its the same contract? Maybe the seller had two of the same size.
That's what the agent told me. She said this is a "special" contract and she couldn't give me the reason why.
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Old 03-14-2013, 12:02 PM   #20
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That's what the agent told me. She said this is a "special" contract and she couldn't give me the reason why.
That's weird...
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Old 03-15-2013, 02:38 AM   #21
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This is the weird part. Somehow the seller was able to get back the contract and wanted full asking price a few weeks later. Seller must be a Disney employee or something. There is some funny business going on.
Employees cannot sell their contracts on the open market. There is a clause that they must sell it back to disney for what they purchased the contract for. They do get a percentage off of the going price. Also disney employees can get fired for renting out points from their contracts bought with employee discount.
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Old 03-19-2013, 10:13 AM   #22
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Employees cannot sell their contracts on the open market. There is a clause that they must sell it back to disney for what they purchased the contract for. They do get a percentage off of the going price. Also disney employees can get fired for renting out points from their contracts bought with employee discount.
About the sale stuff -- this is not true. My brother bought a SSR contract via resale from a former employee. He got a great price (but still average for SSR resale). We found out b/c the agent told us, and because a year later he accidentally received a Disney letter to CMs regarding their DVC contracts. Several people received these on the DIS, actually.
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Old 03-20-2013, 01:01 PM   #23
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Uhm, Rofr'd at Aulani - no bueno

In November, we bought a contract 320 Mar UY 300 '11 points, 0 '12 pts. $25,000 plus MF for 2013 Subsidized due. If my math is right, we paid $78/pt. Made through ROFR no problem. It did take about 3 mos to close due to Hi rules I assumed. We bought on Ebay, seller chose Title services. As far as I was aware, no delay on anyone's part.

We are looking to add more points - and found one and going through the process. We did not offer more than $88. Now I don't know should I be worried or not. Since they didn't rofr our first round, we were safe to assume they weren't buying Aulani.

It took a lot of convincing with hubby that we should buy more. If we don't get it, I'll be really bummed after all the hard work. It's going to be a tough couple months waiting...sigh
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