MIS-SOLD HOLIDAY CLUB AND TIMESHARE CLAIMS


The collective professional experience of Addlington-West Group means that we have already made countless timeshare claims against companies that include:

 

●  Monster Travel

●  Eze Group/Regency Shores

●  Itra

●  Salina Wharf

●  Standon Mortimer

●  RA Consultants / Marbella

●  Grand Holidays

 

If you have suffered at the hands of mis-sold timeshare or holiday club scams, we can help restore your sense of justice by recovering your losses. This applies even if the company you dealt with is no longer trading.

If you think you may have a mis-sold timeshare claim or holiday club claim, our specialist team are waiting to advise you today.

Mis-Sold Timeshare and Holiday Club Claims Eligibility

Every case is different, therefore in the first instance, our experienced team will evaluate your claim based on how your timeshare or holiday club products were sold to you.

 

Among other factors, we will also assess:  

  • When it was purchased and how much you paid.
  • Any payments made within 90 days of the purchase date.
  • How you paid for the purchase. For example, by credit card, debit card or a finance agreement.
  • If you were given false promises or were subject to high-pressure selling tactics.
  • If you were told that your timeshare was an investment or would increase in value.
  • If you were given misleading information regarding maintenance fees, cancellation and cooling-off periods.

If you think you may have a mis-sold timeshare claim or wondering if you have fallen victim to a holiday club scam, our specialist team are waiting to help you today. Act now!

 

 

Please note that telephone calls to our office are recorded for training and monitoring purposes. Addlington-West Group would like to remind you that you are not required to appoint a third-party to represent a claim. You can submit your own claim for free or you can complain to the statutory ombudsman, compensation scheme or represent the claim to alternative dispute resolution scheme if the respondent is a member of such.