Its still a holiday ownership type thingy. This sort of thing exploits a loophole in the law as there does not have to be a 7 day cooling off period.
No, it is not worth it. Have heard of too many people getting ripped off in such a manner; the flights and actual accommodation often offered by such companies are often unsuitable for all sorts of reasons. Any changes that have to be made cost the proverbial arm and leg and soon makes the holiday more expensive than it otherwise would have been if booked through other methods.
btw GVC will stand for the G...Vacation Club but nothing on Google. It is probably a "resort" in UK which has signed up as part of a wider holiday exchange scheme so your "points" can buy accommodation elsewhere in the world.
We went to the one based in Hever, Kent a few years ago and "won" a weekend to a run down French chateau which they had bought and we doing up, even though we didn't sign up. I wonder if it is still in business ....
You are welocomed given tea and sat down with about 20 couples and shown a "short" presentation showing how wonderfull there properties are. The spotty 19 yr old sales people who have been hovering pick their victims and lead each couple off to a table to go through the options. We stuck to our guns and survived but many fell quickly and we had many casualities judging by the amount of checkbooks and credit cards that appeared.
We fought to get our holiday voucher once we got it and read it once safely in our car we realised there wre so many clauses and restrictions same with the watches.
We thought we could play them at their own game how wrong we were. I keep getting the "florida press 9 to hear more call.