LA Premiere, the new name for a familiar Club Class product!

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 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  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.

For those who have recently purchased and are not sure if they are Club Class members, Leisure Alliance or LA Premiere, please contact us and we will help you further

You can email us at or place a comment on the blog.

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9 Responses to LA Premiere, the new name for a familiar Club Class product!

  1. margaret says:

    just signed the deal paid £ 2400 trying to claim back but being fobbed off anyone got their money back !!!!

  2. Bruce says:

    We decided not to give them any more money and our bank is in the proccess of claiming the registration fee back.Will let you know how we get on.

  3. sylvia says:

    sylvia says i have sent a letter of cancelation but the address is a p.o. box in Gibralta they are very clever they don’t even give surnames

  4. Mark says:

    We attended a presentation on Fri 1st Feb 2013
    This is a complete sc**, they reckon they can get you flights to Tenerife for 99 pounds anytime of the year.
    I asked them to put all their promises in writing via email, i am still waiting in an email from Dave and Ian, i have asked them 3 times now.

    I have since been onto Tesco finance and they are investigating as they are not aware of the sc**.

    What they do is get you to sign a direct debit for 125 per month over 5 years, you pay Tescos 7500, this s*** company pocket 6250 on your behalf, you get nothing in return.

    If anything sounds to good to be true then it is.

    I have also spoken to the accountant in Wimpole street, i am waiting for a call back as i think they are in with the scam.

    • bruce says:

      We signed up and it is only costing us £75 a month over 5 years or we can pay £3000 up front.We have decided on the £75 per month payment and will use them for flights later this year.If or when it goes wrong we will just stop the payments. If we can save some money on flights and holidays then I will be happy.I know that I have as much chance of getting the £2225 reclaim payment back than Scotland have in winning the world cup.

      • Mark says:

        .We have contacted the accountant in Wimpole street and Mrs Hoare has confirmed that they are not their accountants.
        Since I have contacted Tesco’s regarding the scam I have received a phone call from their fraud department who are looking into this.
        You must be st**** to give these people any money….cancel immediately.

  5. bruce says:

    Im just back from a lovely cheap holliday in Tenerife guests of LA Premier.We have signed up for this deal and at the moment think we have a good deal.We were members of Club Class but never used them so can’t really comment on them.They will be calling me in the next few days,can someone tell me what their worries are about this company and why the have these worries?

  6. Lin says:

    I recently went to Tenerife where I stupidly signed up to L A premiere (club class) and paid £2400. Upon my return I realised I may have made a mistake, especially after reading this! I have tried to cancel my initial payment and get my money back but, am getting fobbed off and told I’ve signed a good deal, L A premiere have sent me forms and phoned to give me all these good deals but, i’d just like to get my money back. I phoned my credit card and bank to cancel any D/D s and get my money back. How do I claim my money from the credit card company as they’ve said I’ve signed and therefore I’m liable to pay this. How do I go about reclaiming?

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