Let me begin by expressing my appreciation for Alan Markoff’s reporting on the Indies Suites situation.
I own two weeks of timeshare at Indies Suites. Mr. Foster’s press statement is inaccurate in many ways, but most importantly, we Indies timeshare owners are not just a small group of disgruntled individuals.
We are, like the Caymanian people, friendly, close-knit, trustworthy, trusting to a fault, proud of our investment (or what we thought was our investment), and just want to be treated fairly.
When we were informed five months after the fact — and having waited patiently and with trust in Mr. Foster — we all were shocked, outraged, and, most importantly, heart-broken.
We lost a place we all loved, an island that captivated us, a close-knit group of friends and great other timeshare owners.
A paradise within a paradise, now gone; not just destroyed by a natural disaster, but no hope of rebuilding as contracted in our agreements.
I find Mr. Foster’s statement insulting.
Thank you for your clear reporting and truthful approach to this issue.