Many timeshares have been deemed mis-sold products allowing many clients to submit successful claims. Depending on the circumstances surrounding your situation, you may have a few options to choose from when deciding to claim money back from timeshare purchases.
However, there are many legal timeshare resorts who operated legally. To qualify for a claim you must be able to provide proof that your timeshare was mis-sold or there are clear illegalities within the contracts.
The most common illegalities found within timeshare contracts are stated below.
- In perpetuity clause. Holiday ownership products cannot be sold for a duration of more than 51 years.
- Failure to use legal contracts set in the EU Directive
- No fixed period stated in your contract. The sale of many point based products and floating weeks can be classed as illegal due to the fact that there is no physical product that has been sold.
- No apartment/unit number for the timeshare property stated in the contract. With no apartment number there can be no proof of an ownership existing.
Find out if you can claim money back from timeshare sales!
Use our compensation calculator to find out if you are eligible to submit a claim. We will send you information via email to inform you of the best route to take for your situation.
Speak to a claims specialist
If you would like to speak to a claims specialist for more information in regards to submitting a claim, you can book a free telephone consultation with one of our recommended claims management companies.