A new company by the name of Timeshare Legal Solutions has started contacting owners through email with an offer to help them out of the “Timeshare Jam”
Timeshare Legal Solutions claims to be a British based company located at Broome Park in Kent, with the sole intention of helping clients out.
As they explain in their email, their priority is reducing maintenance (if possible),re-sale on points and weeks internally and relinquishing various memberships if no longer needed.
But who are these people?
Timeshare Legal Solutions – http://timesharelegalsolutions.com/ – claims to provide legal advice to timeshare owners who might be considering to get rid of their timeshare ownerships. Promising to use British solicitors and with a 90% success rate of terminated timeshare contracts.
The first thing to highlight is that this new scheme is not listed with The Law Society, as potential clients are informed. We have been unable to find a company with similar name at the Companies House either.
Although Timeshare Legal Solutions mention in their email that they are based at Broome Park in Kent, there is no mention of an address on the website, and as a matter of fact there is no mention at all of any company identification details such as address, registration number, etc.
All there is are the telephone numbers 01227 833275 which is a Canterbury Code but could be redirected to anywhere in the world, another landline 0115 7149943 and the Spanish Mobiles (0034) 634 609 376 & (0034) 660 356 552
Why a supposed UK based Legal Firm uses a Spanish Mobile for customer inquiries is a mystery!
Although they claim to have over 24 years of experience in this business, it is worth indicating that the domain name of Timeshare Legal Solutions was registered just this last January 16th (2012).
With the above information we have found enough reasons to place a warning on the blog and ask for precaution when dealing with this company.
If you have been approached by Timeshare Legal Solutions by email or from telephone 01227833275, then we would like to know.
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