Help with Timeshares claims “no win no fee”

January 9th, 2018

  www.lcf-ltd.co.uk An application to fund a damaged based claim is available to all consumer should they believe they have a need for financial assisting to bring a claim against a Timeshare seller. At present the process is quite simple and is being conducted on a “no win no fee” basis which essentially means that […]


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Fake Lawyers in Timeshare

December 14th, 2017

It goes without saying, that some parts of the Timeshare industry have and do operate unlawfully. When doing so, they have trained many salespeople to do there bidding and to sell the unlawful products they did create. As a Consequence of this, bad Resorts have been exposed and have disgorged themselves of the people they […]


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Timeshare -G E Money and their Loans

December 14th, 2017

Many Timeshare Consumers are aware that GE Money [GE], was once a principal lender of Credit to consumers who were sold timeshare contracts in Europe. They operated in the Timeshare industry, were members of the Organisation for Timeshare in Europe [OTE] now renamed the [RDO] Resort Development Organisation and granted some timeshare resorts an agency […]


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I bought a Timeshare “I want Compensation”

December 4th, 2017

The title says it all, many timeshare owners have been duped and into buying what was described as Long-Term Holidays which would and could be sold to another -later- and for ever-increasing sums of money -which in turn would deliver to the buyer an “investment” return. During your adventure to get to the truth you […]


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Timeshare Bank “In trouble”

July 6th, 2016

FNTC reported in the past that it had joined forces with Shawbrook Bank PLC so as to make financing easier for many Britons buying a timeshare. The said Shawbrook supported the timeshare industry with the offer of holiday finance which resort developers would receive via supplier-creditor-debtor agreements. The Shawbrook offer, therefore, made it easier for […]


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Timeshare Bank in Trouble

July 5th, 2016

FNTC reported in the past that it had joined forces with Shawbrook Bank so as to make financing easier for many Britons buying a timeshare. The said Shawbrook Bank supported the timeshare industry with the offer of holiday finance which resort developers would receive via supplier creditor-debtor agreements. The Shawbrook offer, therefore, made it easier […]


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TESS-Timeshare Legal Assistance

May 16th, 2016

Timeshare like other industries is awash with Paralegal companies promising to deliver legal options for exiting Timeshare contracts and long-term holiday products. Many consumers face off unregulated, unlicensed and unethical enterprises, governed or controlled by the minds of ex-timeshare salesmen and women. Some having mis-sold the public timeshares, are relieved of the employment and now […]


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Timeshare linked Loan

February 25th, 2016

Did you take out a loan to buy your timeshare? I have a timeshare loan what can I do? Seems a reasonable question to ask. Timeshare and the loans which support them have been under attack for many years. Many consumers have been presenting claims in their thousands to ombudsmen and winning. With the new […]


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Timeshare Finance and Timeshare Related Products

February 22nd, 2016

Timeshare Finance and Timeshare Related Products Banks and finance houses are bracing themselves for another round of Timeshare related compensation claims. This time they are all linked to Timeshare, long-term holiday products sales and the loans which many consumers took out when acquiring the Resorts many Products. Please note this article may not relate to […]


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Timeshare-Timeshare Loans -The Consumer Credit Act 2006

February 22nd, 2016

Introduction The Consumer Credit Act 2006, has been again brought before the courts in the UK, This time the court assisted consumers and introduced the new concept and test of “unfair relationships” between creditors and debtors (the lender and the consumers).  Sections 19 to 22 of that act made fitting amendments to the 1974 Consumer Credit […]


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