Started by DavidCox, August 13, 2015, 19:56:20
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Quote from: DavidCox on August 13, 2015, 23:14:32That's a fair answer, I m proberly his biggest adversary however I voted yes. I think my main issue is his attitude on his investigation of everyone and his negative approach to everyone who opposes TATOC and the RDO. That said some good flows
Quote from: Mavo on August 24, 2015, 10:25:47This Poll and the subject matter has led to far more information being made available by KwixChex to us on here at Timesharetalk than has ever been made available previously by KwixChex via their contributions to this, the most widely read timeshare consumer forums in Europe.However the organisations who support the timeshare industry and its consumers, such as RDO and TATOC continue to maintain the wall of silence towards the very people who keep them in business. It seems applicable at this point to show the following information extracted directly from the recent TATOC Conference via a presentation which has only today (and since this post was put on here) been put on the TATOC Facebook site. "The biggest change has been the internet......No company or service is immune to it`s power"..... ?? Lets not beat about the bush. The industry has huge problems which are threatening its very existence and thus jeopardizing the holiday experiences of hundreds of thousands of timeshare users throughout Europe and in particular the UK. We as users should not be subjected to the industries failures to communicate to its customers on how it is going about addressing the problems it has created for itself. This is the Western World and Europe not some secretive third world regime and the business of timeshare should be responsible for communicating effectively with the consumers who support it.If the industry and its supporting organisations are unwilling to communicate with its users then legislation should be created to enforce better communications and controls.The last thing we and the industry itself needs is some wishy washy legislation created via negotiations with the industry which has, as in the past, left enough loopholes for certain parties to drive a double deck bus through. It will not solve the ever mounting problems. This post has now been edited to take in the fact that TATOC has now reached out to it`s less than 500 readers on its facebook site. I suppose it can be construed as a start!!
Quote from: DavidCox on August 23, 2015, 22:48:12Keep the votes rolling in. Each vote will count and may change minds. Guests and members!! please vote
Quote from: KwikChex on August 25, 2015, 09:41:30Obviously, this thread started as a means of clarifying what KwikChex has been doing alleging breaches of CPR in relation to our role with the Timeshare Task Force and we have been happy to engage in that respect.We can't though answer entirely for other parties that are now being focused on within this thread. It is obviously the choice of any person, business or organisation whether they wish to communicate on social media type sites.For the record, (as there have been previous misconceptions), KwikChex has not and does not receive any funding from TATOC with regard to the Timeshare Task Force. Our primary engagement with TATOC is in close cooperation with them regarding consumer complaints they receive alleging Consumer Protection Regulation breaches. Such consumers are advised that we may be able to assist and that such assistance is free of charge. Most then do contact us and we assist accordingly. The other aspect which will shortly become much more pertinent is the question of cold calling. TATOC receives many reports of unsolicited communications to consumers and we will be working with them in respect of the ICO initiative we mentioned previously. Hope this clarifies things from our perspective.