Started by porthfaer, April 24, 2012, 12:34:48
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Quote from: peachie on April 25, 2012, 22:50:53At the end of the day you guys can knock spice till the cows come home but as ive said before it does have an exit clause during the membership by just giving 180 days notice and your out having lost the timeshare you were stuck with for life , i dont care if its run by Gadaffi , it works .
Quote from: eneri on April 26, 2012, 21:39:22Just in case anyone was getting as confused as me Companies House shows that Spice Inspire Ltd. (Spice) -Incorporation Date 5/11/10 changed its name to Aroma Thyme Ltd. on 12/3/12. So can we expect to hear lots about this wonderful new product called Aroma or even in the fullness of time - Thyme? Sorry couldn't resist that!!
Quote from: Mavo on April 27, 2012, 11:11:17The main problems of the product are firstly the seemingly poor reputation and subsequent negative publicity surrounding Mr Lamont. Secondly there are too many entities wanting a piece of the action. The product needed to attach itself to reputable companies and developers to achieve credibilty. So, we have Mr Lamonts company, RCI, a variety of developers, then people such as TC Consultants, Lawrence etc. and I don`t suppose peachie is talking up the product for the good of his health. Then lastly we have the sales consultants at the various resorts. Each of the above taking a slice thus making for a very expensive product for what it provides which seems to be nothing that the exchange companies cannot already provide other than a very expensive, yet to be proven, exit strategy.
Quote from: eneri on April 27, 2012, 20:14:31I think peachie may have said that (sort of) when he used his "connection" to answer 'Gailm's' post on the TS Consultants thread. (Reply # 16) http://www.timesharetalk.co.uk/index.php?topic=16265.0
Quote from: Mavo on April 27, 2012, 19:37:11Peachie. Correct me if I am wrong. My understanding is the more points/weeks you wish to convert to Spice/Aroma points the greater the cost?So for instance you could not convert 5 weeks of timeshare for £3000 and then opt out after 180 days as you suggest in your latest post.I am trying very hard to understand the product but you seem to be constantly slipping in a curve ball for whatever reason.If the product is worthy then what on earth is your problem?
Quote from: porthfaer on April 24, 2012, 12:34:48Has anyone had any experience of this company? Our resort at Fairways Tenerife(RCI POINTS) of this one bedroom elite apartment, is guaranteeing an exit programme for maintenance fees through this company. We would appreciate any comments Thanks
Quote from: peachie on May 09, 2012, 20:26:55I have always said that this is an exit policy that can be used , but others tend to always look at alternative angles , on the pure points , if you have rci pure points you have to buy or transfer the same amount or more into spice points . Look, if you have 5 weeks but only use 1 week due to life commitments etc , then buying into this eliviates the high maint costs by getting rid of excess 4 weeks and using smaller amount of points . yes it costs but timeshare does , pay it to the resort or pay it to spice to still have vacations for lower maint´s or use it as an out when required. sorry ... am i repeating myself , thanks suebe for taking note of my words.