The Christmas Break

December 23rd, 2014

  The Timeshare Consumer Association Help lines will be closed From 2 pm on the 23rd of December 2014 Until January the 10 am on the 5th of January 2015 May we take this opportunity to wish everyone seasons greeting and enjoyment in the forthcoming festivities


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KwikChex and its Slants

December 22nd, 2014

  Mr Williams the charlie 1 blogger reported:- Recently Kwikchex brought to the attention of the TCA the fact that they urgently needed to review their blog supporting {banned word/phrase}. In response the TCA says:- we do not need to make a further review about what we have said and in particular about ITRA (the […]


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Florida Crack Down on Timeshare Fraud

December 19th, 2014

  U.S. and Florida officials announced last year that they have filed almost 200 civil and criminal cases for timeshare resale frauds over the past two years and the cases still mount up in 2014, as scams in the timeshare business have increased, with scammer now more likely to have violent and drug-related backgrounds. In […]


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Can Re-sellers charge consumers before they have sold your Timeshare?

December 19th, 2014

Re Selling timeshare products and contracts, is a regulated practice and is covered fully in The Timeshare, Holiday Products, Resale and Exchange Contracts Regulations 2010. The trading (as stated) is regulated by the rules contained in the regulations. Each trader is in complete subjection to those regulations which are discussed below:- It states in definitions […]


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Pre Action Conduct in Timeshare Litigation

December 19th, 2014

Pre-action Conduct in the English Courts All courts have rules and procedures in the UK the Courts are apply The Civil Procedure Rules (CPR) which set out detailed rules and guidance governing the conduct of litigating, parties and behaviour during the course of litigation. In addition, we have the practice directions. These rules set out […]


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Timeshare “win by reasonableness”

December 19th, 2014

Test of Reasonableness Law is not read and applied per se. We are human being and face each and every day, trials and tribulations and come across traps and snare as we go about or daily activities. When you become involved with or take part in legal actions, the courts system will carry out evaluations […]


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Cooling Off Periods Explained

December 19th, 2014

Contracts both written and verbal are, by definition, legally binding on the parties which freely entered into them, therefore it’s difficult to achieve cancellation legally and does require minds that have a good knowledge of the particular contract which a consumer wishes to cancel. Consumers can cancel timeshare contracts and membership to resorts clubs without […]


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Factoring Timeshare Loans

December 18th, 2014

  Factoring is probably a word which s alludes most timeshare consumers however it could be a useful consideration in respect to section 75 claims. When a consumer engages with the timeshare salesman and decides to acquire a timeshare product, very little is done in respect to checking whether or not the consumer (in reality) […]


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Timeshare and Credit Reference Agencies?

December 18th, 2014

What is a credit reference agency? Credit reference agencies are only permitted to provide factual information with your consent, so that a lender can make a reasoned decision about whether or not to lend you money. They do not have so called ‘blacklist’ of people who should not be given credit. Credit reference agencies merely […]


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Timeshare and the Limitation Act 1980

December 18th, 2014

  What is the Limitation Act 1980? The Limitation Act 1980 sets out the rules on how long a alleged timeshare creditor (who you purport to owe money to) has, to take certain action against you to recover a purported debt (disputed or not). In Timeshare cases all but a few matters will be subjected […]


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