Does Redweek’s”Verify and Protect” feature adequately protect people (like me) who want to rent a timeshare from a timeshare owner?
Frank Kortum -5e7Subscriber
Does Redweek’s “verify and Protect” protect people?
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My apologies for the late response as I needed more time to review your question.
After some research, according to their web site at http://www.redweek.com “Redweek Verified” as I understand it means the company of this site has confirmed key details of the property available for rent but the contract and payment arrangements are still to be negotiated. “Redweek protection” as I understand, means that by using their online booking system you have the added assurance of Redweek ‘protection’. There is a rental agreement, credit card payment and verification that the guest name has been updated and funds for the rental are held until after check-in to ensure renter gets what they paid for.
Redweek has been operating since 2002 and have many positive reviews on Trustpilot. You can also read Redweeks’ Refund policy featured on their Terms of Service here: https://www.redweek.com/tos
If you feel nervous about using this service in any way then I would recommend finding property from another source.
I hope this helps you with your query and should you need any further assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact Timeshare Lawyer 0800 520 2322.