After writing numerous blog articles about ITRA, EFTAG, RIOCC and Club Class we still receive the occasional message stating that we are so wrong and that they have nothing to do with each other.
But how convincing can that be when we actually receive copies of paperwork signed by consumers and where this whole range of companies is mentioned or other companies that are clearly connected?
This is the case of a contract signed with ITRA not so long ago.
The consumer attended a meeting in the UK and although not keen on joining their “class action” they did convince the timeshare owner to sign up for a disposal. This owner actually mentioned he was very happy with his timeshare and still enjoying the holidays. But the eager ITRA representative at the meeting explained to him that his timeshare was in perpetuity and his children would be bearing the debt of the maintenance fees for ever. This made the timeshare owner sign…
The contract for this disposal is actually not made up in the name of ITRA but is with Amber Holdings Limited. Amber Holdings is known to be connected to Club Class as Amber Directors Ltd is a Nominee Company for Club Class!
Amber Holdings holds a client account with Sochalls and we know that this is the accountancy office for Club Class in the UK. (Blog http://wp.me/p1kmoi-cW)
Then there is also a mention in this contract of a company called Arriendos Costa Sur SL who arranges legal services through Access Legal Services. For those who have been to the RIOCC offices or signed an agreement with them, know that Access Legal is working with RIOCC and a large billboard is shown outside the RIOCC office for Access Legal Services (blog http://wp.me/p1kmoi-ja)
A very similar contract is the one EFTAG uses for their customers and is also in the name of Amber Holdings Ltd with Arriendos Costa Sur SL and Access Legal Services for the legal (Blog: http://mindtimeshare.me/?s=EFTAG)
For this disposal service ITRA is asking £5950!
Unfortunately the timeshare owner called his resort and the perpetuity clause in not in the paperwork at all! So the owner has been mis informed and on top of it ITRA kept his original deeds which the timeshare owner now needs to claim back.
With all the above information, is there any doubt these companies are all working together?
So with the above information and all we have already published on the blog about each one of them, is there any doubt about the real intentions behind their Class Actions, Disposal Services and other services for which consumers pay a substantial amount of money and never seem to be happening?
If you have been called by ITRA, EFTAG, RIOCC or any related company with an invitation to discuss your timeshare in Spain or the UK, please let us know!
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