Can you trust a firm that says it can get rid of your timeshare – for a price? These families did – and regretted it

Can you trust a firm that says it can get rid of your timeshare – for a price? These families did – and regretted it

30th October 2019
Can you trust a firm that says it can get rid of your timeshare - for a price? These families did - and regretted it By RUTH LYTHE FOR THE DAILY MAIL PUBLISHED: 23:41, 27 September 2016 | UPDATED: 09:25, 28 September 2016 Over the years, the timeshare deal Christine and William Tight signed in the late Nineties as a way of getting cheap family holidays around the world had become a millstone. Initially, for £6,000 upfront and a few hundred pounds in annual service charges, they could book

FRAUD WARNING Fraudsters con timeshare victims out of £7million for a second time

11th September 2019
FRAUD WARNING  Fraudsters con timeshare victims out of £7million for a second time Action Fraud has received 1,155 reports of timeshare "recovery scams" between January and July this year Hollie Borland 29 Aug 2018, 12:46 VICTIMS of timeshare fraud are being warned not to fall for a second scam, which has already seen Brits conned out of £7million in seven months. A timeshare is where a number of holidaymakers chip-in to buy a property abroad and have rights to use it during a certain period of the year. 1 Action

Ringleader of timeshare scam gang which conned 400 victims ordered to pay back £85k Brian Carr is behind bars for being the ringleader of the gang, but will have to pay back over £80,000 under Proceeds of Crime proceedings

6th September 2019
Ringleader of timeshare scam gang which conned 400 victims ordered to pay back £85k Brian Carr is behind bars for being the ringleader of the gang, but will have to pay back over £80,000 under Proceeds of Crime proceedings A conman who is behind bars for a timeshare fraud has been ordered to pay back over £85,000. Brian Carr, 31, is estimated to have made £829,319 from his scam. The fraudster, from Redditch, shamefully targeted the elderly and those in poor health. Brian Carr, from Redditch, who

Timeshare con artist Francis ‘Frank’ Madden in court

9th July 2019
Timeshare con artist Francis 'Frank' Madden in court. A PROLIFIC timeshare conman who has previously targeted Southampton residents during a long criminal career has been ordered to repay money to his latest victims. During his latest scam, Francis ‘Frank’ Madden, 62, had his staff cold-call hundreds of members of the public every day and invite them to presentations for holiday club companies Central Marketing Ltd, Glenleigh Ltd and Reco Corp Ltd. High-pressure sales techniques were used to get victims around the south west to part
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