I`ve just had a letter/form from DVC asking if I want to extend our membership for a further 15 years albeit at a preferential rate.
We need to return the form back by Sept 30th whether or not we want to extend and our signatures need to be countersigned by a notary.
Who do they expect is going to pick up the tab for the notary here in the UK?
OK, we needed to go through the same procedure when we bought our house in Florida and this was fair enough, but it cost us around £20 if I recall for the notary`s 5 minutes of work validating our signatures. :mad:
I`m half inclined to send the form back without getting the notary involved...what do you think?