ITRA - International Timeshare Refund Action

“Nunca consegui o intercâmbio que queria com a companhia de intercâmbio.”

“É fácil comprar semanas, mas vendê-las é mais difícil. O valor destas semanas é zero.”

“Quando assinei não me apercebi que era para sempre. Quando morrer, passará para o meu filho. Não há maneira de sair.”

“Pagamos 5000 libras pela nossa semana e a financeira está-nos a cobrar uma quantia exorbitante de juros. Preciso sair disto o mais depressa possível.”

RCI September Newsletter

How Does Brexit Affect You, the Timeshare Owner?

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ITRA anticipates the backlash from Shawbrook Scandal

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Apollo Global buys out Diamond Resorts in huge takeover

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ITRA’s victory against H10 Premium Vacations

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RCI Action Group High Court Hearing ends

After nearly two weeks of legal representations in London’s High Courts, the RCI Action Group hearing drew to a close on Monday 23 May 2016 and the Judge has now entered a period of deliberation, prior to handing down judgment.

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RCI Action Group High Court Update

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Owners allege timeshare exchange group was ‘profit skimming’

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Hundreds sue timeshare club in ‘swap scam’

Nearly 500 British holiday timeshare owners go to court today in an attempt to recover millions of pounds in alleged damages after claiming that the scheme was a scam.

A High Court judge in London will hear 487 members of a worldwide timeshare exchange club allege that the bosses of RCI Europe “skimmed off” the best properties by selling them, despite having said that they would make them available for exchange.

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500 Britons sue over holiday-home timeshare scheme

Nearly 500 Britons who own holiday homes are going to court today to try to recover millions of pounds in alleged damages in a dispute over the operation of a European timeshare scheme.

A High Court judge in London will hear members of a worldwide timeshare exchange club allege that the bosses of the operator RCI Europe “skimmed off” the best properties by selling them, despite having said that they would make them available for exchange.

According to the claim – which could ultimately affect up to 9,000 British clients of RCI – the timeshare participants were rarely, if ever, able to exchange their right to use one property for an alternative holiday home of the same value in a different location. The membership scheme involved properties around the world.

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