WorldMark by Wyndham

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WorldMark by Wyndham (previously Trendwest) is not owned by Wyndham, although they like to use the Worldmark by Wyndham logo. Wyndham hold the contract to manage and develop properties for Worldmark the Club by selling credits at Worldmark Resorts - the funds being used to buy and/or develop new Worldmark properties and to make a profit for Wyndham. Wyndham have salesmen in situ at most of Worldmark's resorts to promote the purchase of more credits to help the Club grow and increase their profit. These "timeshare" credits vary in number, depending on the amount desired/affordable. Maintenance fees are paid on the number of credits owned. The credits are then awarded annually to an owner to spend at any Worldmark Resort that is available in the Club's system. Credits vary from location to location and are reduced seasonally in some areas due to weather and other factors. It is possible to exchange a Worldmark the Club week with RCI, II (Interval International), and other exchange companies. Worldmark has many beautiful destinations and is the most flexible timeshare on the market. There is also a thriving resale market.

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