Spring 2013 IntervalWorld.com
Getting connected with fellow Interval members has never been easier. Share exchange tips, get travel
advice, upload photos from your latest Getaway — it’s all possible with Community, available only at
IntervalWorld.com. Here’s what one satisfied member,
, has to say:
“Just like you, I have learned much and am thankful to the Community for a lot. The value of the
Community depends on the engagement of the members, and I think as we continue to stay involved
we will continue to enrich people’s vacation experiences. Thank you, Interval, for enabling this.”
Don’t Travel Without a Safety Net
When you’re on vacation, the last thing you want to consider is
what you would do in the event of a medical emergency.
With Global Emergency Travel Services (Global ETS), you never have to worry.
Interval has teamed up with Global ETS to offer you a discounted membership that
includes medical-evacuation services for you and your family wherever and whenever
you travel — whether you’re on an Interval exchange or Getaway, or you’re taking a
trip booked entirely independent of Interval.
If needed, Global ETS will provide emergency evacuation under medical supervision
to the nearest facility that can provide adequate care. Arrangements for and payment of
transportation and medical services such as a medical escort are all included. Medically
necessary repatriation, emergency cash-advance assistance, and lost-luggage assis-
tance are among the other services provided.
THE LOW PRICE OF PEACE OF MIND
As an Interval member,
you save as much as 80 percent
annual Global Emergency Travel Services membership —
$60 activation fee is waived!
Here’s what you pay:
$79 per year (60 percent off)
INTERVAL GOLD MEMBERS:
$59 per year (70 percent off)
INTERVAL PLATINUM MEMBERS:
$39 per year (80 percent off)
GO TO THE
DON’T FALL FOR
If you’re reading this, you own a
timeshare, and if you own a timeshare,
chances are you’re happy with your
purchase. But there are some owners
who, for one reason or another, would
like to sell their timeshare.
And there are unscrupulous
companies who prey on them. Interval
and our friends at the American Resort
Development Association (ARDA) would
like you to be aware of some corrupt
A company might offer to buy your
timeshare for a fee, help donate your
interest to charity, and enter your
timeshare in a travel club.
An entity might ask to be paid several
thousand dollars to take ownership of
your timeshare. You could be
promised that you will no longer have
to pay maintenance fees.
Beware of companies that try to
intimidate you into using their
If someone offers an appraisal of your
timeshare, don’t go along with it.
Do not fall for someone claiming to
represent ARDA, as the organization
does not endorse or recommend
specific companies or services.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, PERUSE
THE DOCUMENT LIBRARY IN
INTERVAL COMMUNITY —