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TimG
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Here's a link to the document they sent today with the enrollment information:http://img.vacationclubsurvey.com/images/comm_design/Enrollment/MVCExchangeCompanyDisclosureGuide.pdfWhich in Term 2 states:Personal Use; Commercial Purposes. Accommodations, Base Exchange Benefits, Base Plus Exchange Benefits, Exchange Benefits, and Use Periods may not be used for any commercial purpose. This prohibition on commercial use includes, but is not limited to, any illegal activity or a pattern of occupancy, rental, leasing, or use by a Member that Exchange Company, in its reasonable discretion, could conclude constitutes a commercial enterprise or practice. In the event a Member is determined to be reserving or using the Accommodations, Base Exchange Benefits, Base Plus Exchange Benefits, Exchange Benefits, and Use Periods for any commercial purpose Exchange Company may immediately cancel any current reservation(s) made by such Member and may impose such additional penalties or restrictions as determined by Exchange Company, in its sole and absolute discretion, from time to time.And this document ...http://img.vacationclubsurvey.com/images/comm_design/Enrollment/MVCExchangeCompanyEnrollmentTermsandConditions.pdfWhich states:c. purchase or use of a membership in the Program for commercial purposes or for any purpose other than the personal vacation use of the Exchange Member or Exchange Member?s authorized guests as described in the Exchange Procedures is expressly prohibited.RENTAL OF ACCOMMODATIONS RESERVED THROUGH THE PROGRAM IS EXPRESSLY PROHIBITED;Of course, like said in the original, it's one thing for an individual owner to fly under the radar and do this a few times a year. It's likely another to be out there advertising it as a service dealing in a million points a year. But, regardless, Marriott appears to have the authority to drop the hammer on anyone.Tim