Mis-sold Timeshare claims - Cancelling your timeshare contract
Have you been mis-sold your timeshare, resale services or holiday club packages?
You may be entitled to reclaim all money lost to timeshare and holiday club scams.
Have you bought a timeshare in the last 10 years?
Do you feel that you were one of the thousands of people unfairly pressured into a sale by pushy salesmen?
Recent claims offer help those who have been duped by people and companies involved in bad practices, fraudulent trading, and fraudulent selling of services in the timeshare industry and are looking to make a timeshare claim.
Most timeshare consumers believe that they were duped into the contract – misled by subject matters, sales techniques and/or harassment.
Others believe if they were given time to consider all the facts and the actual liabilities they would not have signed the contract.
Each consumer has his or her own story.
Can you reclaim the full cost of your timeshare?
In order to make a claim for compensation you must meet the following simple requirement:
You must have paid for over £100 of your timeshare on a credit card.
This can be as part of a deposit or part of the full balance. Please note it only has to be a minimum of £100 on any credit card and does not need to be the full balance.
For example you may have purchased a timeshare worth £7,500.
You used your credit card to put down a £100 deposit and paid the rest in cash.
However, you feel that you were pressured into purchasing the timeshare or feel that the value of the purchase was not worth what you had paid. You may be able to reclaim the full cost of your timeshare!
Some examples of why you may be entitled to compensation
You were subjected to intense, high-pressure sales tactics.
You were not given sufficient time to read and consider the paperwork prior to signing
You were sold your timeshare as an investment i.e you were told it would become more profitable over time
You were promised that the company would take back your timeshare and sell it for a more than the initial purchase price
You were promised that the company would take back your timeshare at any time, yet were unable to
There’s a breach of contract , i.e. the supplier failed to fulfil some of the obligations under the contract
If you believe you were misled into investing in an overseas property scheme in the past 10 years, complete the online timeshare claim checker and we will do our best to help you.
How Do I Check If I Can Claim?
Our claims specialists can quickly tell you if you have a valid claim and the amount you are likely to receive back. Simply click the "How Much Can I Claim" button, complete the form and see how much your claim is worth.
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