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Slayley Hall Owners Club -Timeshare

August 7th, 2019

A member update was sent to all existing and perceived members of ‘Slayley Hall Owners Club’ in July 2019 and the missive explained Seasons Holidays Plc have (since April) taken overtook the running of this resort. Having now bedded in and some 23 years’ experience in running resorts, they explain every resort is unique and […]


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Waddington exposed

July 26th, 2019

Sarah Waddington Solicitors has the ‘Trapping of a Con’ We have recently reported on the activities of Sarah Waddington Solicitors and explained the practice headed by Miss Sarah Waddington is heavily influenced by Mr Perry Booth her racist and criminally convicted 59-year-old boyfriend. Miss Waddington bounced onto the Timeshare legal circuit after being wooed wined […]


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Getting out of U.S Timeshares Properly.

July 26th, 2019

When addressing the question of terminating U.S timeshare contracts, the British consumer is required to consider the law, they intend to rely upon to obtain – when the legal termination work starts. To explain; the U.S. Constitution is the highest law in the United States under its authority and it establishes a federal system of […]


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Interference in Legal proceeding Timeshare in Spain.

July 24th, 2019

Slumber days in the timeshare litigation world is a dream or a non-existent concept. Lawyers on both sides come under a hail of slingshots, every day and on account of the fact they stand in front of the advancing cases that are litigated/defended by the many clients they represent. This is part of the course […]


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Frank Maddens Timeshare Victims Speak out

July 12th, 2019

A couple who were conned out of almost £2,500 with a fake holiday scam has told of their anger at being duped. Basil and Judith Jones fell victim to Frank Madden – a serial con artist who defrauded his victims out of thousands of pounds a time. He’s now been ordered to pay them back […]


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Entering a Timeshare Contract

July 8th, 2019

Timeshare and Implied duty of good faith Many Timeshare contracts are obfuscated, not intentionally but to give effect to the many deliverances which are required to bring the timeshare concept to the market. For instance, they may be a seller, members club, management company, trustee and developer etc. All are complexed and wordy contracts that […]


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TESS, Timeshare Praised

July 3rd, 2019

Anfi Del Mar I have registered as ex Anfi (35351) C.D.N. so as not to leave any ambiguity as to who is making these posts. 35351 was my employee number at Anfi and C.D.N. are my initials. There have been many other Court cases since this original ruling and is now JURISPRUDENCE in Spain. There […]


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Marriott Timeshare compensation

June 11th, 2019

Litigation Exposure Marriott was always hailed to be one of the good guys in the world of timeshare misselling however, they have recently suffered a fall from grace after admitting that it has mis-sold timeshare contracts to consumers in Spain. They have stated “A series of Spanish court rulings over the past several years invalidating […]


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Delivering and succeeding in Compensation claims for Timeshare products

June 10th, 2019

Tess has now won 218 cases in the UK delivering £1,362,391.15 to British consumers regarding Leisure Credit claims. £34,347 in section 75- 75(a) consumer credit claims and are over have delivering £3.1 million in Spanish timeshare claims. As part of TESS’s service, the claims in Spain have been enforced and payment receipts have now topped […]


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Timeshare – Whistle-Blowers Judgement

June 6th, 2019

This is an order filed in the case of Williams v Wyndham, a whistle-blower complaint brought by Patricia Williams. The judge was asked to rule on Wyndham’s motion for a new trial and to reduce the jury’s award of damages. Williams is a former Wyndham employee who presented evidence to a San Francisco jury that […]


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