As the calendar closes-in on 2017, Disney Vacation Club has enhanced its website to add new features related to member Annual Dues and loan payments.
Changing payment options, making additional payments and viewing 1098 information are just a few of the options added to the DVC members-only web portal. Many functions which previously required a phone call to Member Accounting can now be performed online.
Following is a complete list of the new features which can be found on the website:
Introducing New Website Enhancements
Now you can enjoy new website features designed to help you manage your Annual Dues and Loans with ease. With these enhancements, you can:
- Request to enroll in automatic payments
- Change your bank account or credit card information associated with your automatic payments
- Pay your Annual Dues online using new forms of payment—a Disney Gift Card or a Disney Rewards® Redemption Card
- Take advantage of making partial payments on your Loans and Annual Dues
- Save credit cards for future payments
- View your 1098 tax information for the last 2 years
Note that there are still some limitations to the form of payment which can be used for each feature. For example, credit cards can be used to make one-time payments but not for scheduling of recurring payments.
Menu options for management of "Annual Dues" and "Loans" can be found under "My DVC Membership" on the website.
In related news, estimates of the 2017 dues for each Disney Vacation Club resort were disclosed last week. Additionally, DVCNews.com examined how incorrect projections of the 2016 property taxes will impact members' 2017 dues bills.
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Someone on the Disboards tried making several payments reducing his monthly payment. He was able to use money from his DVA by entering the account number as a gift card. This member successfully used his DVA, gift cards and a credit card to pay off one monthly payment. And the system indicated his next payment due was for December.