Timeshare – We still want to get there!

October 9th, 2017

Monarch Airlines in the UK have confirmed they have gone into administration; they have been put into liquidation by Civil Aviation Authority in the UK. Monarch collapsed when the administrators stepped in, it is the biggest airline in the UK to cease trading. It has been said that some of the issues in the airline […]


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What is Fractional Ownership in Timeshare?

September 22nd, 2017

Many people have heard the terms ‘Fractional Ownership’, ‘Equity Shares’ and ‘Deeded Property’ but how many actually understand them.  Below we give a brief description of each, easy to understand, term.  Then we will explain what each means to the timeshare industry. What is ‘Fractional Ownership’? Fractional ownership simply means the division of any asset […]


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My timeshare week is advertised for rent on a booking forum – Why?

September 15th, 2017

Many timeshare owners have made complaints in respect of online accommodation agents such as Booking.com, TripAdvisor and trivago advertising vacant weeks in many timeshare resorts where there are still owners paying their maintenance.  These resorts are also allocating rooms out to major tour operators such as Thomas Cook and even going as far as letting […]


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Verdict Imminent for RCI Action Group

October 14th, 2016

Earlier this year with the help of London law firm Edwin Coe LLP, a large group of disgruntled timeshare owners assembled a class action against RCI Europe to confront them on the ineffectiveness of their world renown RCI exchange programme. RDO and TATOC members, RCI Europe have been accused of “skimming off” of their members exchange pool […]


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Your Alternatives To A Timeshare For That Perfect Annual Holiday

June 10th, 2016

For many, the appeal of a timeshare is that it gives them their own luxury property in paradise which they can return to every year; essentially a home away from home. However, the timeshare industry has come under scrutiny for its high maintenance fees and notoriously hard-to-exit contracts, so lots of people understandably have reservations. […]


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