Christmas can be a very expensive time of year for most people, so the New Year is the perfect time to start looking in to any timeshare compensation that you might be entitled to. Give your bank balance that much needed boost.

Timeshare has been in the news a lot lately and it’s not being portrayed in a very positive way. This is completely justified as it has been found that many timeshare contracts are either illegal or have been mis-sold to clients.

If you feel that you have been mis-sold your timeshare, take a look at our website or call us on our free phone number 0800 0465855.

On the website you will find a compensation calculator, you can use this to work out what you may be entitled to. Once you have been on to the website one of our call centre advisors will call you to see if this is something that you would like to pursue.

If you choose to call us directly, you will be put straight through to an advisor who can talk through all your options, they may also advise you to use the calculator so that you can see that it will be worth your while.

The advisor will ask you questions relating to your timeshare, they will want to know if you still own your timeshare, when you made the purchase, whether you have set weeks, fractional ownership or points and what size unit you have. They will ask questions to find out if and how you may have been mis-sold, if this may be the case and these questions will include if you have ever had difficulty in getting your chosen weeks, if your maintenance fees have increased by more than the timeshare company initially advised and if you signed an in-perpetuity contract. The advisor will also need to know who is named on the deeds.

The more information that you can provide the easier it is for the company to assess whether you have a potential claim, and it might helpful for you to have the paperwork close to hand. It will not be up to the individual advisor, your information will be passed through to our specialised team of Claim Handlers who will look through everything and as they have extensive training in this area, they are the ones to make the decision.

You will be advised of the decision by the original advisor, who will call you back and if the Claim Handlers feel that your timeshare was mis-sold, the advisor will arrange a suitable appointment for you to meet with one of our team.

Many people are in the same situation and the sooner you contact us, the sooner we can help you to find out if and what you may be entitled to.

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