Re: Re: help, today is last day on recission period
Fasttr's response is what I would do if I were in your situation. I know this answer comes a little too late, but I hope you rescinded your contract. Besides, if you want to purchase additional destinations points, just look into the resale market and purchase them that way, as you can always find some really good deals out there. Just to give you an example, I recently puchased a substantial amount of points for 3.00 per point. Your offer will go through a revision process by Marriott, called the right of first refusal or ROFR, where if Marriott believes that your offer is too low, they will purchase the contract from the seller, and you would get your earnest money back, unless you wanted to submit a new offer to another seller. Marriott will also charge you $200 additional for every 250 points you're purchasing for processing, so keep that in mind when making your offer. The plus side to it all is that at the end of the transaction you don't lose any benefits by purchasing destinations points on resale.If you purchase resale Marriott weeks, you won't get charged such a high processing fee, but the drawback is that you won't be able to convert your week into Marriott Rewards points. Hope this information helps out!