FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA -- After buying a timeshare from Windham with the agreement that we could easily sell it at any time, we have been denied, threatened, and abused on a regular basis. After owning the timeshare for around 5 years we decided it was no longer in our interest to own it any longer. The maintenance fee's went up every year and became more of a nuisance than a pleasure to own. So we tried to have it sold on two different occasions for a fee of 600$ each time which guaranteed a sale, and no reply ever heard. We then tried to sell it our self to no avail. We did everything including trying to give it back to Windham, giving them the deed in lieu of foreclosure/ 10000$ owed, which they refused to except. We've had over 90 logged calls and constant harassment and threats from Windham's collection department. If these time shares are so valuable, why won't Windham's take it back? Or why can't I sell it for almost half what its worth? What a racket! Instead of repossessing the timeshare they are threatening to put a lean on our house. They don't want the timeshare, they want the money and the timeshare and a lean on my house too.