A new cold caller by the name Suisse Group has added a total new twist to the dubious offers related to Timeshare.
Sarah West, working for Suisse Group contacts the Timeshare owner and explains that he has the possibility to join their “syndicate”.
This Syndicate is set up in order to remove the perpetuity clauses from the Timeshare deeds.
They have a website http://suisse-group.com/ which was registered on the 19th of January 2013.
This website is actually a one page site with a logo, the address, contact numbers and a Company registration number that has nothing to do with Suisse Group.
That’s it! So much for a website… Not very presentable to refer customers when asking about the company..
Suisse Group has their address in Madrid: Torre Europa, Paseo de la Castellana 95, Planta 16, 28046 Madrid. Telephone number +34 91 189 95 96 and Fax +34 91 189 96 00
In order to remove the perpetuity clause from the deeds the Timeshare owner is asked for an initial payment of approximately £500 payable by cheque.
Please note that there is no such company as Suisse Group registered at the Spanish Companies House.
Questionable as well is where they obtained your contact details and Ownership details.
Before jumping to the possibility of removing the clause from your deeds, please have a look if this clause is even there.
Lately a lot of companies seem to focus on the perpetuity clause pitch, creating a certain fear with Timeshare consumers as they make them believe they are trapped for life and after that their children as well.
If you have a question regarding your Ownership or Deeds, the only people that can give you the correct information are the ones at your resort!
If you have been contacted by Suisse Group from 911899596 in Madrid, then please let us know.
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