Market My Timeshare, the reseller active on the Polish Market

Market my Timeshare is a new cold calling Timeshare resale company from Tenerife.

This company approaches Timeshare owners for the resale of their ownership and promises quick results.

These quick results are mainly to do with the fact that they are operating on the “Polish Market” and that buying timeshare seems to be the latest new thing in Poland. Did we not hear something similar already about the Russian market?

The way Market my Timeshare works is to start the cold call, and once the Timeshare owner has shown his interest in being added to the resale listing of Market my Timeshare, they are explained the following.

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The Timeshare owner needs to pay £1500 in order to be included on the Polish listing which is on the website www.czaspolska.pl  This very basic website was created on the end of May 2014.

But please, don’t get me wrong when thinking this would be an illegal upfront payment! Oh no, this payment is not really to get the timeshare listed, because that is FREE. The payment of £1500 is to obtain 4 promotional accommodation vouchers through the company Slonce Marketing and Merchandising.

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The timeshare owner is re-assured that this is the only way to get on the Polish listing and obviously those who do not want to pay for the “4 weeks luxury accommodation” will not be included in this listing..

Research has shown that the company Market My Timeshare registered their web domain www.marketmytimeshare.com at the beginning of June 2014

But this website has not been developed and consumers are directed to the one from Slonce Marketing http://sloncemarketing.com/ . This website was registered in April 2014.

Contact details for Market My Timeshare are email info@marketmytimeshare.com and telephone 0193 557 6046

Slonce Marketing provides more contact details on their web:

Telephone for buyers: 0034 922 782 310 for Sellers: 0034 922 758 425 and Fax: 0034 922 711 809

Email info@sloncemarketing.com & admin@sloncemarketing.com

Address; Avenida De Los Vientos, Local A4, El Galeon, Adeje, 8670 Tenerife, Spain.

What we have here is a range of companies that seem to be working together, using the cold call as the way to approach Consumers, “selling” 4 weeks of accommodation in resorts when in reality the Timeshare owner is looking to sell his Membership and offered to do this through a supposed active Polish Market.

It is always questionable how logical it can be that when you want to sell something you have to buy into something different, which on top of it you don’t need or want!

If you have been cold called by Market my Timeshare from 01935576046 with the offer to sell on the Polish market, then please let us know!

About mindtimeshare

Mindtimeshare SLU is registered Company reg number: B35957182 Mindtimeshare provides assistance to timeshare owners who have been defrauded by holiday clubs and bogus resale companies. The Mindtimeshare project was launched in February 2011. After dealing with timeshare members over several years who had been defrauded by numerous bogus companies and for large amounts of money, I considered launching an Organisation to help timeshare owners that have been targeted by bogus companies. On this blog you can find information about the different active scam companies and their “modus operandi” and also place comments, ask questions and see comments from other consumers who have the same doubts or have been through the same experience. Mindtimeshare has resulted in a huge success and has received the back up from not only timeshare consumers but also from the professionals in the timeshare Industry. Mindtimeshare helps timeshare owners who have been scammed by bogus Discount Holiday Clubs; bogus cash back companies; fraudulent timeshare resale companies; bogus class action companies and false lawyers and notaries. We offer professional answers and advice to Timeshare users. If you want to send an email instead of posting a comment on the blog please do so by emailing: customercare@mindtimeshare.com
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37 Responses to Market My Timeshare, the reseller active on the Polish Market

  1. Mike says:

    This is the same company who you originally bought your membership from. They have decided that they can no longer sell holiday clubs, but they have your information on file and will contact you pretending to be a claims company who can get you a full refund. We were conned by this company time and time again and are currently in contact with the Spanish Police regarding the matter. THIS IS A ****. Do not entertain them. We were *****.

  2. Jean says:

    Just been contacted for the 4th time by MarketMyTimeshare – all the same story as above – trying to get money from me. Very plausible – as all the best C*N artists are!! Must think we all came down in the last shower of rain. Off to the bank to put a block on my card!! Hate these people.

  3. David says:

    David
    Just had my second call from marketmytimeshare,con and after reading your site I shall certainly refuse their offer on Thursday when Lisa rings back. Sounded too good to be true and holidays wherever in the world we wanted to go seems a bit of a yarn,,,,, Looks like the 10 a week she claims they pick as they are quality timeshares is a slight untruth. Thanks for the help.

  4. Sally says:

    Hi. I have just received my 1st call from a lovely lady representing ‘Market my timeshare’ who, as above, promised no upfront fees! They are going to call me back on Friday. Thank you everyone for warning me, I will make sure the phone is ‘out of service’ on Friday 🙂

  5. Rick says:

    Beware, they are still at it…
    Just been talking to a Lisa from info@marketingmytimeshare.com ,
    whose telephone number:was 01935 576046 and a subsequent e-mail from her explaining the very sales pitch enclosed above. After my questioning about the £1500 from a credit card that I don’t have ,she just wanted to end the conversation as quickly as possible probably realising that I wasn’t being hooked and landed .

  6. Linda says:

    Just received a phone call, followed by an email from ‘Market my Timeshare’ regarding me selling my 3 timeshare weeks in Tenerife. Promised £11,000 for the 3 weeks and money for 4 holidays they want me to buy, would come off the total value they would give us. They are going to phone back in 30 minutes .
    Thank you for this site giving us information on this company. It did sound to good to be true!

  7. alex says:

    Have now been told we will recieve a guaranteed cash offer same amount as we paid for it if we take a week in tenerife and visit their office. 100 back on flights as well. And taxi to their office. Even told of 3 accomodations available from rachel!
    Too gd 2 b true?

    • Deborah says:

      A week in Tenerife is not to be sniffed at but leave your cheque book at home! And google the accommodation before making a decision. We were offered a free week in Tenerife but couldn’t go so the in-laws went. The sales team didn’t ask their ages and, of course, when they got out there it was clear that they were to old to buy a timeshare. They had a great time. Just don’t agree to anything, pay for anything and do not give them your mobile phone number. You might want to unplug the hotel room phone at night.

  8. alex says:

    This company has now offered a guaranteed cash offer fpr our timeshare at the price we paid for it if we go to there office in tenerife.
    How likely is this to be true?

  9. G O says:

    Was contacted just now by marketmytimeshare.com a woman called Diane. She wanted to know about the amount of points we had and how much we paid in maintenance. Someone is calling us back on Monday evening.

  10. dawn says:

    I have had 2 calls this week ,I must say I was starting to think I was going to get rid of this , o well thank you for this site and for the info , I will be telling them when they phone back dawn

  11. C.J. says:

    Thanks guys for this website which I just discovered this morning while making some enquiries about “Market my Timeshare.”
    I have now been able to get my Visa credit card blocked to prevent payment being transferred to these people.

  12. Christine says:

    I To have been contacted by Market my Time Share. I had my concerns but thanks to your site I know what I must do; send them packing. Can I ask Has anyone had any dealings with ‘Confused about Timeshare ?

  13. Steve says:

    Hi, Just had a call from “Market My Time Share” ditto comments above. They said no up front costs except the £1500 for 4 weeks holiday!!. They did say that if they didn’t get the agreed value within 30 days I could go to one of the offices and get £500 less than the agreed amount. Not sure how that works either. Has anyone actually received any money from them?

  14. Debbie says:

    Received a phone call from ‘Market My Timeshare’ today just like the others mentioned here. I told them more than once from the outset that, whilst I expected to have to pay for their services once they had sold my timeshare week, I would NOT be paying for anything up front and pouring more money into this ‘black hole’ in the hope of finding a buyer. Each time they assured me this is not the case with their company then twenty minutes into the telephone call they get to the nitty-gritty about buying this extra weeks holiday BEFORE they market mine!! How is that not paying up front?
    The trouble is I desperately do want to sell/relinquish my week but everywhere I turn, I come across these charlatans and even the TATOC company I’ve had it with for the past year (& paid another upfront fee!!) seem a complete waste of time.

    Does anyone have any advice or recommendations on how I CAN actually get rid of it?

  15. Anthony says:

    My wife received a call from this number claiming to work for Interval International, Diamond Resorts International and another company to say that she had been randomly selected to benefit from a voucher scheme. For a payment of around £132 per week for 4 weeks, she could choose a holiday (availability guaranteed) any time over the next 6 years. She stopped them before they actually asked for the money. I checked the phone number and found it was this company.I received an identical call a few months ago from a company calling itself Gold Crown Tenerife.

  16. Mary says:

    Had a call from Donna at Market my timeshare and I am expecting a call tomorrow
    morning about selling. However after reading all the comments on this websiteI think I will be out
    when he calls !!!

  17. S K says:

    Like all of the others on this site I have just received a call telling me that they could get £9000 for my points, and all I had to do was buy 4 weeks of holidays for £1500.00. This made me very suspicious and I have asked for them to send everything via e-mail, but I have to make a decision tonight !!!!!! I have made my decision and this site has confirmed it.

  18. Helen says:

    Have been contacted by market my timeshare saying they could fetch 12thousand for the resale which would be in our account within 4 weeks with an up front payment of 1500 pounds which would be 4holiday dessinations feeling a little worried that we were going from fat to fryer thank you for sites like this won’t be touching it with a barge pole

  19. Bernard says:

    Been contacte by Market My Time Share offering to sell Diamond Resorts Points within 4 weeks for £5,750 to the emmerging Polish Market. Or £500 less if they don’t sell within 2 weeks. They said that no money was required up front. When we mentioned that statutes said that you can only sell to existing owners, just like a previous blogger, they quoted 2008 timeshare.eu. Part of the deal was that we have buy 6 weeks holidays at minimun £375 each week. They promised to forward details of their holiday destinations and gave us a web site address that doesn’t appear to exist. They also wanted to know if we had a joint bank account and said that transfer of ownership papers would not be signed until the money was in our account(s). Very friendly people but too good to be true. Supposed to be ringing back tomorrow, but we asked too many questions, so not holding our breath.

  20. Helen says:

    I have received a phone call and a brochure from a company called ‘Sell my timeshare’. They claimed that they could sell my Diamond points for me, when I questioned this and said that they could only be sold to other Diamond members they told me that ‘2008 EU Timeshare directive’ was passed in 2011 which now allowed points to be sold to anyone. I didn’t believe the company and told them as much, they directed me to read up on ‘European Timeshare Directive’. I haven’t found any evidence to support what the person named Sheree was saying, but she gave me the same contact number as ‘Market my Timeshare’. She is supposed to be ringing me back tomorrow, I knew it was a s****, thank goodness for this website!

    • dave says:

      It’s all the same marketing ploy and all linked to monster travel. Anyone who doesn’t know google search or search on here monster travel and its bad. They offer holiday credits which is very sly as it doesn’t come under the timeshare directive thus you are not covered if anything goes wrong. They promise to take your timeshare off you and charge 5500gbp for doing this. They want 18 myths to get rid of it but you can bet all they will do is pay a couple of years maintenance out of the money you paid them and then stop leaving you with a holiday credits club you don’t want and you will still have your timeshare. To get rid or get your money back under section 75 use a proper legal company. You should not have to buy into any other product for a solution. Be careful.

  21. beatrice says:

    hi just had a call from marketmytimeshare lovely lady called trisha very chatty but not much info . so got on to your site .thanks very much most informative.will be on my gaurd whene they call at 3.30 .as i have been caught several times before .many thanks again

  22. Christine says:

    We have also had a few calls from Jamie. All as mentioned on the other posts. He was keen to tell us about the EU Directive 2008 prohibiting companies from charging marketing fees prior to a sale of timeshare. We checked this out. Our next conversation was with a Mark. We wanted to know why we had to buy 4 weeks holiday that we didn’t want, and why they couldn’t deduct an agreed fee from any proceeds of a sale. He was adamant he couldn’t do that because we were not “existing customers”. You can only become an existing customer by purchasing weeks holidays. However, on being pushed, was willing to knock down to 1 luxury week for £750. This is not what we wanted so we said Goodbye!!!

  23. David says:

    I’ve just had my second conversation with Sheree at Market my timeshare in as many days and came across your site while doing some research on them. There is surprisingly little information available elsewhere on them which made me very wary. Sheree seemed very nice and plausible and it’s not until you start getting into detail that the whole thing begins to look a bit suspect. There was no mention of the £1,500 payment until the very end of our first conversation and even then it was not mentioned that this was payable upfront. It was only after reading their terms & conditions, which I asked them to send me, that this became clear. The comments on mindtimeshare have just confirmed my suspicions, so thank you.

    • Deborah says:

      As well as posting here, have any of you contacted TATOC on 0845 230 2430? Also let your company know, especially if you are not interested in selling!

  24. Carol says:

    Contacted by Sheree from Market your Timeshare. Very pleasant young lady who said she’d be able to help me sell my Diamond Resort points. She knew they’ d been up for sale for quite a while and who they were up for sale with. She quoted the fact that the law on selling timeshares had been changed in 2012 and said I could now use any broker to sell my points. I asked if she had a brochure that I could look at, she e-mailed one to me. It was 3 pages long and gave minimal info and no details on costs. She rang twice more and when I fobbed her off she finally gave me the number shown above and asked me to ring her if I was interested. Since then I’ve had no contact.

    • Deborah says:

      Carol, Diamond told me to go to them if we wanted to sell when I reported Marketmytimeshare for saying that they got our details from Diamond. We don’t want to sell though. Who are you selling through, if you don’t mind me asking?

  25. Dee says:

    Well, well Jamie is a busy boy. I’ve been contacted by Market My Time Share, the first call from young Jamie was last week and twice this week. I’ve been so busy I just let him chatter on then explained we weren’t interested.
    Today I decided to do a little research about the company and found this site(Mindtimeshare) and had my doubts confirmed. If he calls again I’ll mention their star role on the Mind Time Share site. I feel even the very talkative Jamie will take the hint and shut up.

    • Deborah says:

      Be careful, Dee, he got quite mouthy when I challenged him! I sometimes feel sorry for these people because I suspect they are only doing as they are told to keep their job. Mind you, I am un-employed and wouldn’t do it! He won’t be calling me again so let us know how you get on!

      • Dee says:

        Thanks for the warning Deborah. I feel certain he will try again because he thinks I’m a soft touch but I’ve been gathering information on the sc** so I’ve played along. Now I’ve found Mindtimeshare I can share the information and get support from people like you. I’ll keep you posted.

  26. Deborah says:

    I was called by Marketmytimeshare yesterday and as usual I said my husband deals with that sort of thing so give me all your details so I can chat to him when he gets home. The cold caller, Jamie, said they were based in Yeovil, Somerset. The opening line was “So you want to sell your timeshare”. I said that was not true. He proceeded to tell me all the details anyway. There was no mention of an upfront fee. The guarantee of any accommodation we wanted as long as we gave them at least six weeks notice us obviously false. A similar company offered a free week in Tenerife so my in-laws went. They had to attend a presentation which ended up being very short because they were too old to proceed. But they had a very nice week! What seriously bothers me is that our number is ex-directory and I would love to know where they got it from. It must have been either an ex employee of Diamond Resorts or we gave it to one of the people doing questionnaires at the airport on leaving Tenerife. I gather it is just a different name as old ones are closed down. I had a call from Sunrise and during the phone call realised that I knew him. He was very honest with me and said not to touch any of these people with a barge pole. But he didn’t know anything apart from the fact that my number was on a list.

  27. cliff says:

    I have just received a phone call from “Market My Time Share” exactly as you have stated in this E-mail! I have been busy all morning and was about to check my E-mails when this call came. I quickly established it was a “C**” and made a note of the details to let you know and so was very surprised to see this blog ass soon as I switched on! Thank you for your continued warnings. Cliff

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