Seeing it, is believing it..
Members of ILG / DWVC have recently received an email from Stuart Tristram of Cash Back Sales & Administration, explaining the following:
“Dear Certificate Holder,
Please accept my apologies for the lack of contact; I have not had access to the company email accounts for some time, hence the use of this free email address. With regards to the legal action against Tony Larvin I cannot speak too broadly on the subject due to a ruling which prevents the case being discussed publicly – something which I still do not fully understand.”
“With regards to submitting your claim for the value of your Cashback certificate, this will inevitably be delayed until there is a court ruling. I do not want to comment too much on the effectiveness of pursuing a claim through the Spanish courts for the value of your certificate, only to say that it may be a lengthy affair”
Well that is very informative to say the least!
Mr. Tristram then continues in his email telling the consumer that he has been looking for other ways the consumers might be able to recuperate their money..
And he is as kind to recommend a company that can help consumers with claiming back their money, and charges no upfront fees.
The reason why we place this article is the worry about in who’s hands the personal data of the DWVC members is..
Mr. Tristram mentions he has no access to the company email accounts, but obviously he has access to the client’s personal details! And how many more people have this as well?
How many more people can use this information to do email shots and recommend companies and websites under the pretention of “wanting to help?”
With all due respect, the intention might be good, but the above has created another concern more for all the DWVC members who are already abused by so many cold callers from supposed resale companies, claims companies and legal advisors. Because obviously there is a leak where it concerns the data protection!
If you are a DWVC member and you want to know what your possibilities are to claim a refund under the Consumer Credit Act, then please send us an email at email@example.com or place a comment on the blog and we will inform you.