If you feel that you have been mis sold a long term holiday product, but are unable to get any compensation from the company you bought it from, don’t panic – you may well be able to make a timeshare claim under section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act 1974.
A section 75 claim argues that a credit card company is jointly liable for any mis selling by the trader. This section means that you can make a claim for compensation even if the original company has gone bust or is not responding to your calls and correspondence.
The Timeshare Help Centre only makes compensation claims through professional agents who are registered with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). As from April 1st 2019 this organisation became the governing body covering all claims companies operating in the UK.
For your peace of mind when using the Timeshare Help Centre to make a timeshare compensation claim, please follow this link to the FCA website in order to confirm that our agents are registered with the FCA. Any claim that you pursue will be carried out by these qualified experts.
If you feel that you have been mis sold timeshare and would like free, impartial advice on how to terminate your contract and claim for compensation then get in touch with the Timeshare Help Centre today.