Club Class Services Sarl in Tenerife is doing their “own little business”, the Club Class style of course.
This relatively new marketer from the Club Class Group, is selling the Club Class PLC products and using the travel agency Premiere Travel SA. (See our previous warnings on blog: http://wp.me/p1kmoi-3e , http://wp.me/p1kmoi-1R and http://wp.me/p1kmoi-26)
The sales deck of Club Class Services is fed by the Club Class Group, sending them existing Club Class Members on promotional Holiday Breaks to Tenerife.
Those consumers who have already an agreement for one of the Club Class Group products, sold directly by them or via a marketer in the past, are approached by Club Class Services Sarl for an informative chat on their Tenerife holidays. Depending what the consumer already owns, they’ll find another product that will suit them better or in case they bought with a marketer that is no longer there, they go for the “those people scammed you and are gone” pitch and offer them the solution of a life time.
Most of these contract changes, trade in’s or upgrades are valued around £25.000 pounds but with the trade in value of the already existing membership, the final price will be around 8 to10.000 Pounds. How does that sound for a cheap Tenerife Bonus week break?
All paperwork from Club Class Services Sarl is done on Letter headed paper with business address P.O. Box 847, Garrison House, Library Ramp, Gibraltar. Later on it also mentions that “The Laws of Gibraltar shall govern this agreement”.
But how true is that? The company set up with initials Sarl. SARL means: “Société à responsabilité limitée, also known by the acronym SARL (sometimes SÀRL, Sàrl or s.à.r.l.), which is a private limited liability corporate entity that exists in France, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Macau, Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, and Lebanon and has commerce as its purpose.” The fact that they appear to be a Gibraltar company and the usage of the SARL for company registration does not add up.
Another worrying fact is that we have now several consumers complaints about what has happened to them on their Tenerife Holidays, and after contacting Club Class Services Sarl trying to cancel the agreement based on the fact they were still in cooling off period, a deposit was taken which goes against the law and they were just not happy with the product and felt pressurized into this new agreement….Club Class Services Sarl came up with a “revised purchase agreement”.
This Revised Purchase Agreement is nothing more, nothing less than the sole intention of not paying a penny back to the consumer and they offer them a Holiday pack of a certain amount of weeks or a certain amount of time (12 months) which costs exactly the amount of money paid for deposit. So, the initial agreement is changed and voilà “you now bought a holiday pack and paid for it already”
If this is meant to make people “happy” about the fact they paid the deposit but they don’t have to pay any more….please think twice if this is your case.
This company has no right to keep your money and don’t let yourself been fobbed off with this revised agreement. Don’t sign in the first place, but if you do and regret it, don’t let them get away with your money!
Have you been to Tenerife? Have you signed an agreement? Please let us know and we will help!