Jail Time for Cheating Timeshare Companies

November 27th, 2017

In April of this year Muhammad Ridzuwan Roslan, 30, pleaded guilty to conspiring with others and to a fraudulent trading offence under the Companies Act. A district court heard that between August 2013 and July 2016, 48 victims testified to the police that they were duped into paying monies to Solution One. Consumers had paid […]


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Trudie Broekmann set to battle Holiday Clubs in Class Act

November 24th, 2017

The South African attorney from Cape Town has already got a list of 48 clients whom she is sure that she will be able to assist in recuperating their monies paid to holiday clubs.  Holiday clubs seem to a client at the time of purchase like a genius idea, as for a monthly fee, you […]


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Corredor family & Westgate finally agree

November 22nd, 2017

After a long drawn out legal battle between timeshare giant Westgate Resorts and Julieta de Corredor and her family; it has been reported that issues have finally been resolved. Julieta de Corredor, now a widow and 83, and her late husband bought their Orlando vacation home back in 1985 for $154,000 and paid all the […]


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Will Airbnb make a bid for Wyndham?

November 20th, 2017

It was reported on Friday 3rd November 2017, that Airbnb Inc. is considering making a bid for Wyndham Worldwide Corp’s European vacation-rental business. People familiar with the matter, who have asked to remain anonymous as the details are yet to be made public, have said that first-round bids are due this month and could fetch […]


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Marriott Group Son Sues Dad

November 17th, 2017

The Marriott hotel empire has recently hit the headlines regarding a family dispute between father and son. John Marriott III has filed a complaint in DC Superior Court claiming that his father, Bill Marriott, is attempting to drive him into financial ruin by cutting him off from the family’s trust and has forced him out […]


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Time to Exit!!

November 15th, 2017

Pressured selling tactics in timeshare have been around for years, hard selling and forcing consumers isn’t a new development. It has been occurring for more than half a century. During the early 1960’s Europe saw the first vacation ownership units, and in 1965, the Hilton Hale Kaanapali became the first timeshare hotel in the United […]


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Honeymoon Nightmare – Ocean Reef

November 13th, 2017

Newlyweds experienced a nightmare day on what was supposed to be one of the most special times in their life. Whilst honeymooning in the Bahamas and upon leaving their hotel for a day of sight-seeing. They were stopped in the street by a man who started asking the pair a lot of personal questions about […]


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Timeshare – Double Crossed

November 10th, 2017

We have recently been contacted by a consumer who was asking us for some help. They have been fobbed off, ignored and made to feel like their concerns are worthless and unjustified. Mr and Mrs Cunningham have owned their timeshare with Regency since 2004. To this day the complex their timeshare apartment is on is […]


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Widower takes on Martin Management Group –  Missouri 

November 8th, 2017

A New York widower takes on Martin Management after handing over more than 18,000$ in fees. The widower who lost her husband in the September 11 terrorist attacks is amongst a group of consumers who have also handed over thousands of dollars to, Martin Management Group, Springfield, Missouri, believing the company would liquidate timeshares they […]


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Diamond Resorts lays off 1000 staff throughout Europe

November 6th, 2017

The news at Diamond Resorts has been relatively quiet since Apollo Global took over the helm.  Business has been ticking along as usual until Friday past when all sales and concierge staff arrived at work for their usual Friday routine, all were summoned to meetings at various locations around Europe.  The meetings were all the […]


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