National Fraud Intelligence Bureau Report £11.5 Million Con

April 8th, 2016

The National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) reported that last year holidaymakers and other travellers were conned out £11.5 million. Airline tickets topped the list as the most common type of con report, with accommodation scams and times/holiday clubs not far behind.  In 2015, 4,910 cases in total were reported making for a 425% rise since 2014, […]


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Mindtimeshare Must Mind Their Place

March 17th, 2016

348 Active timeshare scam companies are operating under the nose of the timeshare industry and this number is ever increasing.  Mindtimeshare told BBC 5 live radio on Sunday, 13th March that they actively monitor these companies with 28 new names being added to their list in February 2016 alone. How do they monitor these companies? […]


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The Sun reports on Sellmytimeshare.tv

March 9th, 2016

The Sun national UK newspaper reported in February, 2016, that; “Brits are ditching their fixed timeshare holiday deals,” and  information from holiday industry experts stat that they feel the timeshare market is now, “virtually non-existent.” Within the article, The Sun back up this growing trend by specifically looking at Sellmytimeshare.tv’s results for 2015, where they managed […]


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