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Subject: Any comments on Berjaya Vacation Club?


Author:
Rose
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Date Posted: Tue, Jun 20 2006, 10:16:16

I am thinking of joining the Berjaya Vacation Club. Has anyone got any comments about them? They look like the real thing because they own quite a number of their own resorts (like Berjaya Tioman, Berjaya Redang etc).

Membership fee is about $16K, and for that you get 7 nights free stay at most of the Berjaya resorts in Malaysia, Mauritious, Seychelles, and London. You get to use it immediately, ie don't need to wait until the fee is fully paid-up. On top of the Berjaya resorts, there are also other hotels and resorts around the world which you can stay at very discounted prices, eg RM200 per night for an apt in Gold Coast. They also have exchange arrangements with DAELIVE and RCI. But you have to pay an exchange fee of RM$100 and S$388 respectively. There's also a cashback scheme at the end of 38 years, and this seemed to be backed by an insurance arrangement they have with Prudential.

Does this sound like a good deal? I was very tempted to sign on with them yesterday at their office in City Square, JB. They've got a very attractive instalment scheme which makes it very affordable.

Any comments or advice on them? How different are they from the usual timeshare companies?

Many thanks!

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[> Subject: Re: Any comments on Berjaya Vacation Club?


Author:
Yo Kin Gen
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Date Posted: Mon, Jun 26 2006, 16:17:57

Timeshare is Timeshare. No diff is Berjaya.

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[> Subject: Re: Any comments on Berjaya Vacation Club?


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Jay
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Date Posted: Wed, Jun 28 2006, 16:30:02

Honestly, berjaya is a good deal... the resort location really suits us... if not traveling, you may also stay in Duxton Berjaya in Singapore... Join if affordable and you plan to travel

Do not compare timeshare marketed in Singapore and Malaysia as malaysia Timeshare regulation is so strict.

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