What does Brexit mean for your European Timeshare?

February 17th, 2020

Since the activation of Article 50, there has been huge concern on what is going to happen in regards to travelling inside the EU. There are so many rumours’ flying around it’s hard to know just what to believe. Through the speculation of problems Brexit may be bringing after the transition period, one change believed […]


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What is Section 75?

February 14th, 2020

Your rights under Section 75 Under Section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act 1974, the credit card company is jointly and severally liable for any breach of contract or misrepresentation by the retailer or trader. This means your credit card company is just as responsible as the retailer or trader for the goods or service […]


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Today’s News: Current Cases – Success Stories

February 12th, 2020

We are only two months into 2020 and the successful results against timeshare resorts seem to be growing. Here we highlight just some of the cases that have hit the news. First we highlight the recent results from M1 Legal. Mr and Mrs Bradshaw revealed that a “big weight has been lifted” after having been […]


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Club La Costa Drowning – Updates

February 10th, 2020

Family Win Right to Extend Investigation Every day we talk with Club La Costa owners and many ask us for an update or information on what is happening in relation to the incident that occurred at a Club La Costa World resort in the Costa del Sol, Spain on Christmas Eve 2019. A family were […]


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Maintenance Fees – Am I In or Am I Out?

February 7th, 2020

A common question posed by owners is on the thorny subject of maintenance fees. As you will know every year, normally in December, an envelope drops on the mat from your timeshare resort. It is probably fair to say that very few people ever read the purchase contract in detail, if you are one of […]


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Timeshare Inheritance – Your Need to Know

February 5th, 2020

Timeshare contracts can trap owners in such a way that even death won’t allow an escape route. It is well known that an owner may be stuck in a timeshare trap for the rest of their life but it isn’t as common knowledge that its hold may stretch even further than that. In the case […]


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‘Jack of all trades’

February 3rd, 2020

Club La Costa salespeople – Should they be selling timeshare and brokering Hitachi Loans? Dealing with customer enquiries is; for the most part, a very enjoyable experience, you get a great feeling when you are in a position to offer positive advice and assist owners to overcome their perceived problems, but equally you feel rather […]


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Another client of European Consumer Claims and M1 Legal have successful end to Timeshare Claim with over €20,000 Payout

January 31st, 2020

Back in the year 2000, Mr. Townsend from Cornwall purchased a fixed week timeshare of a one-bedroom apartment at Airtours Beach Club, Gran Canaria. It originally cost £8,211 but over the next 15 years he ended up having to pay over £20,000 in further fees as his annual maintenance bills rose by 110%. In 2016 […]


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Kwikchex Turn a ‘Blind’ Eye

January 29th, 2020

Whilst absorbing the distressing news that Silverpoint and its associated plethora of companies are one by one going into liquidation, we found it refreshing that many websites relating to timeshare matters have all picked up on the story and are, in most cases, offering the facts surrounding what can only be described as the timeshare […]


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Club La Costa World Pay UK Couple €16,000 after Losing Case to M1 Legal and European Consumer Claims

January 27th, 2020

We have recently heard news that Club La Costa World lost a claim case against M1 Legal and European Consumer Claims (ECC) clients. The couple, Mr. And Mrs. Bradshaw, walked away with a €16,076 payout from Club La Costa. https://ecc-eu.com/newsletters-and-press/ “We received €16,076 just in time for Christmas,” said the Bradshaws. “This was like a […]


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