How to Get Out of an RCI Contract
Resorts Condominium International, or RCI, is the world's largest timeshare exchange company, having originated the concept in 1974, according to the company website. RCI's 3 million members can swap timeshare vacations among 3,700 resorts worldwide for the 52 weeks each year.
Thus, having an RCI membership gives a timeshare owner almost unlimited options, provided that owner has flexible travel dates. RCI memberships are attached to ownership of a timeshare week, and memberships terms run one to three years. For various reasons, some members have a need to opt out of their RCI contracts before the memberships expire.
Read your RCI membership agreement. Section 24 deals with cancelling your membership.
- Resorts Condominium International, or RCI, is the world's largest timeshare exchange company, having originated the concept in 1974, according to the company website.
- RCI memberships are attached to ownership of a timeshare week, and memberships terms run one to three years.
Write a letter RCI to inform the company that you would like to cancel your RCI membership. Explain to RCI why you wish or need to cancel your membership. Include your name, RCI account number, your mailing address, e-mail address and contact phone numbers. Also, tell RCI whether you would like any refund due to you to be paid by a check or refunded to a credit card.
Send the letter to RCI headquarters: RCI, Attention: Cancellation, PO Box 2099, Carmel, IN 46082
Or Fax the letter to: 317-805-9335
- If you have additional questions, contact RCI for Weeks Assistance at 800-338-7777 or Points Assistance at 877-968-7476.
Robert James has been a professional writer and editor since 1981 with such newspapers as the "New York Times," "Newsday" and the "Detroit Free Press." James holds Bachelor of Arts degrees in journalism and psychology and a Master of Arts in mass communication from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.