EZE GROUP/REGENCY SHORES

Started by 1011y09, June 15, 2011, 21:38:34

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1011y09

Hi has anyone had any dealings with EZE GROUP recently we were given a free holiday including flights dont no where they got our info from the new we had Diamond Resort points.  We went to the presentation as was told they could buy our points off us as long as we signed up to there points they wanted a deposit up front them £2,000 when we sent out diamond point certificate in they wanted another £11,000.. is this legal and has other people done this Diamond Resorts say they have no dealings with them so i am very confused please help x :)


steve

Quote from: 1011y09 on June 15, 2011, 21:38:34
Hi has anyone had any dealings with EZE GROUP recently we were given a free holiday including flights dont no where they got our info from the new we had Diamond Resort points.  We went to the presentation as was told they could buy our points off us as long as we signed up to there points they wanted a deposit up front them £2,000 when we sent out diamond point certificate in they wanted another £11,000.. is this legal and has other people done this Diamond Resorts say they have no dealings with them so i am very confused please help x :)


Hi 1011y09, hope this helps you. ;)
Pre-contractural information (sometimes referred to as disclosure information).  Traders must provide comprehensive pre-contractual information to enable consumers to make an informed choice prior to being bound by any contract.  The requirements for each activity are detailed separately in annexes to the Directive.  All advertising and pre-contractual information forms part of the contract.  All advertising must specify the possibility of obtaining the pre-contractual information and where it can be obtained, and this information must also be available to the consumer at any time during a promotion or sales event.  Pre-contractual information must include details of the cooling-off period, the ban on taking any advance payments during this period, the consumers right of withdrawal, and the necessary forms for them to do so.


confusedabouttimeshare

Never ever pay any deposit, holding sum of money at a presentation you have under law a full 14 cooling off period.  Take away the legal contract and details of what is being offered and then have this fully checked over by a professional who can give you advise.  Also you mention you have handed over your Diamond Points certifciate.  For this process to work the company in question would need to transfer this ownership into a new owners name and this transfer of ownership would need to go through Diamond Resorts head office.  This process invovles a transfer of ownership cost.  You need to be sure that this ownership transfer would take place!

From the information you have provided it appears this company are not buying your points from you but simply trying to sell you a new product and take more money from you and offer to take your current points ownership from you!

Best to use your 14 day cooling off period and ask for any monies you have paid back and then read through the contract at your leisure.

One other thing what is the name of the points product they want to sell you?  :D

Confused About Timeshare, The timeshare resale company

www.confusedabouttimeshare.co.uk

Norm de Plume

And what exactly are you supposed to be getting for your £13,000?
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jason mantle

We've had nothing but great holidays from them

jason mantle

Great bunch, nothing but great service and great holidays

Athena Law Solicitors

following convictions if you paid by credit card it is possible to recovery compensation. Usually you will have to show eze was connected with regency shores (who took the payments)

https://www.timeshare-solicitor.co.uk/eze-group-scandal/
Athena Law Solicitors

http://athlaw.co.uk

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