Started by Kimm10, May 09, 2011, 15:33:28
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Quote from: Kimm10 on May 09, 2011, 15:33:28 "Ninth. - Termination of the Agreement in Case of Non-Payment...Failure by the user to make any payment due to Anfi Sales on the date due for such payment will constitute a serious breach of contract, entitling Anfi Sales to cancel this Deferred Payment Agreement and the Lease Agreement, deny access to the suite and keep all sums paid up to that time as compensation. In this case any monies previously paid by the user hereunder may be forfeited."
Quote from: Kimm10 on May 09, 2011, 15:33:28To be absolutely honest with this - I am not so fussed in recovering my deposit nor any payment I have made so far. I would just prefer to have the contract cancelled and resolved as per the contradictory clause "Ninth. - Termination of the Agreement in Case of Non-Payment...Failure by the user to make any payment due to Anfi Sales on the date due for such payment will constitute a serious breach of contract, entitling Anfi Sales to cancel this Deferred Payment Agreement and the Lease Agreement, deny access to the suite and keep all sums paid up to that time as compensation. In this case any monies previously paid by the user hereunder may be forfeited."
Quote from: p2v on August 28, 2011, 12:48:48Hi this question is for 'Cotswolder' who seems very informative with ANFI issues. We took bought a week and financed via Anfi's own financial services as the interest rates were reasonable. However, we tried to cancel the contract, didnt pay any monies. Few weeks later Wayne Jowett wrote to us stating that it is not up to customers if they want to cancel but its upto ANFI legal dept if they want to accept cancellation? Strange i thought. I did not hear from anyone until alomst two year later when i received a letter demanding full payment, or face legal action. I wrote again to Wayne Jowett stating that we were mis-sold and at the time we did ask if we could cancel to which we were told, yes, 30 days notice would to it or we could sell our week. it was on this basis that we paid the deposit on the day.. Wayne has since written back to say that they have been very successful with court action in the UK and papers are waiting to be filed against me. I am in no situation to pay. Do you know if any of the members have infact been taken to court here in the UK and what if any the outcome was? I have until the 5th of Sept so any help would be greatly appreciated.
Quote from: GraveZombie on October 08, 2011, 19:02:09Hi all,Just to let you all know, Anfi do take you to court. We wrote to Anfi in Dec '09 to state that we could no longer keep up with the payments stating the ninth clause. As far as we know the letter was ignored and the case was passed on to the collection agent in the UK due to us not making payments. It wasn't until Oct '10 that we got the court letter with Anfi wanting payment in full. We filled out the form stating the ninth clause, the miss-selling and the lies told to us by Anfi. In Dec '10 we had a letter from the courts asking if we wanted to make a counter-claim, to this we replied no and that we just wanted them to follow the contract. In Feb '11 we got a letter back saying our letter was received. (It's funny how we get 14 days to reply to a letter but the court's can take 4-8 months !) As we hadn't heard anything for a while, we thought the nightmare was over until today (08/10/11), when we received a Notice of Defence from the court. So far it's all been a farce with the courts sending out the wrong forms and taking so long to do paperwork. The latest letter has the defence forms missing, meaning we will have to write to them again to point out their mistakes. I'll try to keep you updated, but yes, Anfi do take people to court.
Quote from: Kimm10 on May 09, 2011, 15:33:28Hi,Have been searching 'Anfi Con' 'Court cases against Anfi' etc for the past month or so and it keeps bringing me to timesharetalk and have been browsing through all the posts with numerous cases against Anfi.On 10th March we sent letters via recorded delivery to the Legal department (Emilio Rodriguez), Collections department (Santiago Roque) & Customer Services Manager (Maria Hidalgo) stating we wanted to cancel our 1 bed apartment in the Anfi Beach Club, mis-representation of sale, deposit taken before 10 day cooling period etc. There has been a few email responses from Wayne Jowett but no response from the legal department. We also have yet to receive the RCI book which they promised at the end of March (3 months after contract signature) ANY HELP will be so much apprecited. Many thanksKim
Quote from: Timeflyz on October 21, 2011, 10:33:32I'm very confused. I thought it was a 14 day cooling off period ? The reason I am asking is, I am still in my 14 day cooling off period after making a purchase. Please would someone be so kind and explain this Many ThanksLiam