We at Itra Online have been working day and night sorting throught the 100s of complaints, with regards Diamond Resorts. We are now moving direction from Europe to USA . So all the complaints and requests for HELP from our American and Canadain reads will soon be recieving emails from Ourseleves.
A group of evil fraudsters conned hundreds of sick and elderly victims out of £875k in a ‘cynical’ timeshare scam.
Run by nine Worcestershire scammers, the operation saw around 470 vulnerable people – often elderly and those in poor health – targeted in a three-part scam.
- The purchase price for the Anfi timeshare was 30.000€
- First Instance we lost
- High Court appeal was successful
- High Court ruled that Anfi has to refund double of the original timeshare deposit
- Supreme Court rejected hearing of the case
- Voluntary payout from Anfi
- 136.000,00 EUROS
We have a very very happy Norwegian family today which in fact have been awarded 106.000,00 EUROS more than their original purchase price for the timeshare thanks to an outstanding achievement from our legal team.
Anfi Resort remains one of Europe’s top timeshare complexes, but a 10-year spree of getting holidaymakers to sign illegal timeshare contracts is costing it dear.
When the Anfi Resort Complex opened for business in 1992 it was one of the world’s most luxurious timeshare resorts. Its focus on quality and service made it a cut above most of Gran Canaria’s hotels and accommodation. Years later, it’s still one of Europe’s leading timeshare resorts and remains unmatched in Gran Canaria.
COSTA DEL CRIME Dozens arrested over ‘timeshare scam that saw 500 Brits conned out of life savings in multi-million pound Costa del Sol racket’
Police say they believe those affected were defrauded out of nearly £15 million
NEARLY 40 people have been arrested over a multi-million pound Costa del Sol timeshare scam which targeted hundreds.
An estimated 500 people – all Brits – have fallen victim to the scam which operated in and around the Spanish resort of Malaga.
Two new court judgements against Anfi del Mar timeshare resort reinforce the ban on taking deposits within the cooling-off period.
Recent court judgements by both the Spanish Supreme Court and the Las Palmas court have made it clear that it is illegal under Spanish law for a timeshare company to accept payment during the three month period after a contract has been signed.