DRI "growth depends on selling to new customers rather than existing customers".
Pyramid Scheme implied? We know that the existing customer service is bad to non-existent in the DRIP experience.
From a J M Securities Investment analyst:
"....no effective secondary market exists to resell time share."
Well we all know this now due to the bitter DRI experience but it is interesting to see a professional analyst also saying that the DRI sales pitch of the timeshare being a valuable asset is a lie, even if only by implication. This quote should be writ large on the front page of all timeshare and re-sales documentation!
"If an effective and cost efficient secondary market develops, (DRI's) ability to sell vacations through its sales channels would be seriously impaired."