It is funny how Club Class reacted to all those emails they received from concerned consumers after the wind up of 7 companies in the group. All the emails were replied to as if the wind up wasn’t something recent or wasn’t of any importance as it was all “business as usual”.
With the launch of the “new” product LA premiere, an English phrase comes to mind where it says “if it isn’t broken, don’t fix it”
After claiming over and over again that nothing happened, everything said about Club Class was pure lies…why change names? Why start up an apparent new club with new management and new website?
If you (Club Class) said it wasn’t broken”…why fix it then?
Those Club Class members who recently joined or those who have the “outstanding” membership fees already have seen the emails coming in with the exciting news about Leisure Alliance the management company that has taken over from the previous owners.
Most of these consumers are now offered a Leisure Alliance membership with change of agreement and conditions. Is there any reason to change people’s contract at this stage?
In the agreement the reference is made to the latest website http://lapremiere.co/index.html which was registered in August 2012.
If they want to go as far as also saying this new product LA Premiere or Leisure Alliance has nothing to do with Club Class, we have to point out that most of the phone numbers mentioned on the web http://lapremiere.co/index.html are actually the same as used for Club Class! And the email address used is still the one for Premiere Travel.
As to be expected the Club Class saga isn’t over and looking at all the sudden changes they are doing we can only expect more “news” to come.
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