Have You Been Mis-Sold Timeshare Or Club Membership? Taylor Marshall has important news for you!
The Consumer Credit Act 1974
The Consumer Credit Act of 1974 sets out the rules and regulations for using credit or finance to purchase a good or service. Should a commercial organisation misrepresent or mis-sell their product or service, the CCA is used as a framework for reclaiming your money.
Under section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act, the credit card company (or finance provider) is jointly and severely liable for any breach of contract or misrepresentation by the retailer or lender. This means the lender is just as responsible as the retailer or trader for the goods or service supplied, allowing you to also put your claim to the finance/credit card company.
Spanish Court Claims
A 2015 Spanish supreme court case regarding timeshare set forth new rules in favour of the timeshare owner. These new laws mean that 90% of timeshare contracts purchased after January 5th 1999 are now illegal, as the don’t adhere to 1 or more of these new rules.
We work with an internationally registerd Spanish law firm and a third party funding company to offer you a No-Win No-Fee Spanish court case. This not only retreives 90-100% of the money you paid to your timeshare company, but also Null and Voids your contracts altogether.
If you own a timeshare with Anfi, Marriott, Silverpoint, Diamond Resorts or Club La Costa, you may be entitled to receive conpensation. If this interests you, please call 01908 410 446 or fill out the form to the left for free advice from our dedicated claims co-ordinators.
Important – You do not need to use our services, or those of any Claims Management Company, to make a claim against your lender(s). You can do this yourself directly with the lender(s) and even if they reject your claim you can still take this to the Financial Ombudsman Service yourself. The Financial Ombudsman Service is available to all eligible complaintants and provides a free alternative disputes scheme for financial claims where the complaintant does not agree with the decision made by the company they are complaining to.