Helpful Hints & FAQs
How do I change my registered email address with Lloydshare?
If your email address registered with Lloydshare needs to be changed for any reason, you may attempt to email us from an unregistered address. We are unable to communicate with you by email until a new email address is correctly registered. To do this, please mail us a letter to confirm the new email address and include for security proof of identity and address. We will email an acknowledgment to your new email address to confirm we have updated our records.
You should always explain why these changes are being made. There may be other security measures to satisfy. Once the change is registered, we will only deal with that email address for you. Clients cannot have multiple individual email addresses registered, but more than one client can have the same email address registered with us
Lloydshare offers a Beneficiary facility. How does that work?
Many nominated beneficiaries wrongly assume that our product is a type of life assurance that guarantees an automatic pay-out on the death of the Plan-holder/s. However, as our clients will understand from the Terms & Condition, the Lloydshare Loyalty Repayment Plan [formally termed the Lloydshare Deferred Annuity] is a loyalty repayment product linked to Vacation Ownership at one of our Partner Resorts. The Plan runs alongside a continuous active membership for the entire duration of the Lloydshare Plan.
The Beneficiary Option afforded to our clients enables them to nominate beneficiaries who can register with Lloydshare their right to take forward the Lloydshare Loyalty Repayment Plan cost-free. This applies when they also take over and maintain in good standing any outstanding years of Vacation Ownership at the relevant Partner Resort.
Acceptance of Lloydshare’s Terms & Conditions is required; it is essential to understand the obligations that fall on you if you enter into a beneficiary contract with Lloydshare. In the event you apply to activate a beneficiary status, full details will be supplied. Failing to adhere strictly to the Terms & Conditions may jeopardize a successful final claim.
Once registered as a client, a beneficiary is treated like any premium-paying client, with the sole exception that beneficiaries are not entitled to nominate beneficiaries of their own. Once a plan has matured and the Plan holder has registered a claim, all beneficiary right ceases.
What if a Plan-holder dies, and there is a surviving joint Plan-holder?
In the event of the death of a joint Plan-holder, all rights pass to the surviving Plan-holder. A surviving Plan-holder may opt to change the nominated beneficiary at any time during the lifetime of the Plan. A beneficiary cannot activate beneficiary rights to a Lloydshare Plan while any Plan-holders are still alive. When the death certificate is received by Lloydshare, we issue a confirmatory email and leaflet explaining how the change impacts the Lloydshare Plan. A surviving Plan-Holder may need to register a new email address to communicate with us.
Can beneficiaries be changed?
Certainly! Please contact our Customer Services Team for details. Joint Plan-holders must both give consent to any changes and may change the beneficiaries as often as they wish during the Plan’s lifetime.
What if joint Plan-holders split up?
Lloydshare Terms & Conditions are applied strictly. It is essential to let us know of relevant changes that affect your lifestyle or status – please see our Terms & Conditions on the reverse of your plan details for fuller information. The Plan is not transferable and cannot be taken over by one Plan-Holder only. We have informative leaflets that can be sent to you covering how things may be affected as regards your Lloydshare Plan. For example, one of the common issues is needing to change registered means of contact, which many couples share. After a break-up, it’s often necessary for individuals to have their own email address registered with Lloydshare, as previously an email address was being shared. This is covered by a security process for your protection. Once a split has been reported, we deal with the separated Plan-holders individually and do not treat either individual as representing the other from that point.
If I have breached the Terms & Conditions in some minor way, can I get an early indication on whether I will get my Pay-out?
No claim is considered prior to the maturity date, and each claim is considered on its individual merits. Lloydshare does not give any undertakings on pay-out prior to the maturity date because there is still time to run, and the Terms & Conditions must be adhered to throughout the term. Equally, any suggestion that Pay-out has been forfeited would naturally discourage a client from maintaining their outstanding membership in good standing. For this reason, it is Lloydshare policy to defer discussion of individual claims until they are registered after maturity. We remind our clients of the need to be familiar with the Terms and Conditions printed on the reverse of their Plan Certificates. We feel these are clear, brief, and simple to understand. They can be read through in around ten minutes!
Is there publicity when I get my Pay-out?
Lloydshare does not share your payout details with any party unless required to do so for legal reasons.
What if I lose my Certificate and need a replacement?
The reason Lloydshare requires you to retain the original Certificate securely is that the applicable Terms & Conditions are printed on the reverse. Not all Certificates have the same Terms & Conditions, and we honor the ones on your individual personalized Certificate. If you lose it, we can, of course, issue a new Certificate after due security, but the Terms & Conditions may be different at that stage, and you would need to accept the new Terms & Conditions as binding from that time. There is an administrative fee of $199 USD.