Timeshare fraud costs victims thousands
“Timeshare fraud and scams are costing some of the most vulnerable members of our society literally thousands,” says Dan Keating of the Timeshare Consumer Association. “Many current and former timeshare owners are now pensioners, the very sector who can least afford to lose money, especially as a result of fraud,” Mr Keating states.
Could air travel cancellations nightmare be the final straw for European timeshare?
Flight crises: Another nail in the coffin of European timeshare?
Social media outcry reveals timeshare owners' despair
Facebook fury of Club La Costa timeshare owners
Why the timeshare industry's best chance of survival is to follow Marriott's example
Marriott Vacation Club has made the ground-breaking step of admitting their failings, and even paying court awarded compensation without going through the traditional rigmarole of doomed legal challenges. Will this shine a way forward for other timeshare companies?
Barclays earmark another £181 million to compensate timeshare victims
Following six determined years of work by Adriana Stoyanova (AKA the Erin Brockovich of timeshare) Barclays ready to pay a further £181 million to people "mis-sold" Barclays loans enabled by disgraced Maltese timeshare company Azure
£48 million already repaid
Stoyanova's first victory was widely reported on in 2021, when the financial giant agreed to cancel 1500 loans issued between 2014 and
Another blow for Seasons owners as estate agents appointed to sell timeshare lodges despite ongoing arbitration
Slaley Hall Lodges advertised for sale despite legal challenges and ongoing arbitration process
British money launderers jailed over organised crime timeshare scam
A former British solicitor and his partner, a bar owner on the Costa Del Sol, have been sentenced to a total of four and a half years for laundering organised crime money related to a fraudulent timeshare scheme
Reading Crown Court
On March 24th 2022, Her Honour Judge Cambell sentenced St Helens based Anthony Lea to 3 years in prison, and Ian Hollis to 18 months, both for the crime of mo
(VIDEO) Could Hilton Grand Vacations be about to dump up to 40 Diamond resorts?
Analysts fear that Hilton may have to divest almost half of the 92 resorts it acquired from Diamond, whilst retaining all 380,000 members
(VIDEO) A guide to timeshare compensation claims
Timeshare compensation claims. Can they really be made, and if so what should you look out for?
(VIDEO) Editor's opinion. This year in timeshare
For more information regarding this video or assistance in any other timeshare related issues please contact us, at the Timeshare Consumer Association
Could Hilton Grand Vacation be about to 'offload' up to 40 Diamond resorts, leaving members fighting for choice?
Could Hilton be about to dump up to 40 former Diamond resorts? What would this mean for the vast new member base?