Last post by Athena Law Solicitors - November 13, 2020, 19:37:26
I think we should begin documenting the lies being told by cold callers. We are receiving a lot of fact check enquiries
We shall publish the lies and the facts as they come in
Club la cost is in liquidation
CLC is UK plc and not in liquidation
We can get your money back form Barclays in respect of your azure timeshare
You were only incorporated 3 months ago and are not regulated. Bank claims cannot be undertaken by non regulated businesses who are prohibited from cold calling
It does not matter that you surrendered your diamond timeshare you are on a register and they are about to be sued
If you have entered into a binding surrender with Diamond you have no liability. The "Register" is merely a list of timeshare owners which has somehow fallen into the hands of a cold caller....
It doesn't matter if you did not pay EZE Group by credit card we are taking a group action in Spain
Eze Group is in liquidation and has no assets. You cannot claim against a company in liquidation
We shall update this as regularly as possible
Last post by Worried son - November 11, 2020, 18:08:21
Thanks for that.
No one with that name has a website!!!!!! Do you mean M1 Legal ermmmm
Are these legit
Gerry or Gerald Tiernan, who was formally a sales and marketing director at Eze Group, which was prosecuted by Trading Standards represents Stoke firm Carl James Associates deal with the relinquishment of timeshares but it cost you £4,200. For that, they introduce you to Fullbrook Associates formerly Fullbrook Marketing Limited (a marketing company.
the seek to suggest that they are credible as they paid to be recommended by the 'Parliamentary Review' who are another marking company.
£150million has been lost to timeshare exit scams
Meridian litigation advisors S.L. Involved with them is claims solutions anyone had dealings with these people
Last post by TimeshareTalk - September 02, 2020, 12:14:17
A timeshare termination business based in Truro has been the subject of a number of consumer concerns, including its VAT number, its methods and its 'customer reviews'.
Timeshare Termination Team, which was registered at UK Companies House as Timeshare Termination Ltd. only last November, has consumers that have engaged with it asking questions. These include:
Why, on their invoices, they are using the VAT number of another, seemingly unconnected timeshare exit and claims business - Mercantile Claims Management Solutions?
How the 'exit confirmations' they provide to clients, which they base their large fees on, can be confirmed as being a genuine termination - since no formal legal action has been taken and the timeshare businesses contacted by the company do not acknowledge the validity of the termination?
Why there are online reviews on the company's website that date back to 2015 when the business was only formed in late 2019?
There are other questions too, about suspicious Google reviews and an apparent 'legal indemnity' for clients that are also used by Mercantile Claims. Timeshare Termination Team have insisted that all is above board and have been pressing for payment of their fees for their 'unilateral terminations services', but consumers are first demanding clear answers to their concerns and have asked Trading Standards to investigate.
If they contacted you the odds are that they're a scam outfit, probably run by ex timeshare salesmen!
Persoanlly I wouldn't touch them on that basis
We started buying timeshare from Resort Properties (now Silverpoint) back in 2007 on the promise that it would be a "good investment" and we would be able to make a profit in 2 years! Whenever we went back to the resort we were persuaded to buy more timeshare and so the story goes on! Now I understand Silverpoint are apparently in the process of administration. I have been approached by a company called Timeshare Legals who claim they can get my money back (circa £60k) plus compensation for misselling the timeshares. They use a company called JLSA who are Spanish solicitors and would take my case to court in Tenerife. The only drawback is they are asking for £8,000 up front for court fees. I am obviously cautious about losing yet more money and would very much like to know if anyone has used this company and if so, have they had a successful claim through the Spanish court.
Last post by Athena Law Solicitors - July 09, 2020, 15:54:24
FNTC have taken over and have formed a new Club Manager
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