The European Fair Trade Advisory Group or better known as EFTAG has started a cold call campaign with invitation to their UK meetings this summer.
They are coming over to Bristol Somerset UK on the 8th, 9th and 10th of June and will be holding meetings at the Holiday Inn Bristol Airport A38 Bridgwater Road , Bristol, BS40 5RB where the consumer supposedly will speak to a Notary about their timeshare and a class action the different timeshare companies.
So after inviting people over to the Costa del Sol, to their Benalmadena office for 3 days, it is now the turn for those who couldn’t travel and EFTAG will be visiting them.
As a timeshare owner if you are contacted by the European Fair Trade Advisory Group, before you decide whether to accept their invitation or not, you should know the following FACTS:
The European Fair Trade Advisory Group (EFTAG) openly acknowledges having as STRATEGIC PARTNER the European Class Action outfit The International Timeshare Refund Action – ITRA – as it is clearly stated in the homepage of the website of EFTAG’s sister Class Action outfit in Singapore, the Asian Fair Trade Advisory Group – www.ftagasia.com/welcome.html
The STRATEGIC PARTNER of the European Fair Trade Advisory Group, the International Timeshare Refund Action – ITRA – had its TV Ad in the UK banned by the UK Advertising Standards Authority in January 2011, as it was MISLEADING BY OMISSION, because “the add did not make clear that it was offering another product in addition to the opportunity to join the legal action” and “attendees were offered an alternative to a timeshare product by Club Class”. ASA did not say it clearly in the adjudication, but the other product offered as the get out strategy was the holiday club membership, Club Class Concierge.
The timeshare resale firm ETOO, the European Timeshare Owners Organisation, a FOUNDING MEMBER of ITRA, when the latter it was the International Timeshare Resale Association, before it morphed into the International Timeshare Refund Action in late 2009, had its TV Ad in the UK, banned by the UK Advertising Standards Authority in August 2008, as it was MISLEADING.
As a timeshare owner you should seriously consider the above and ask yourself if you are prepared to pay another large sum of money for services offered by a company that cannot give any guarantee of these services being carried out and is connected to other companies that have had their advertisements banned and also took thousands of Pounds of their consumers and failed to deliver the services they offered!
More information on the following link: http://mindtimeshare.me/?s=european+fair+trade
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