We have a new cold caller by the name of D&H Overseas Property Sales.
This company approaches Timeshare consumers and offers them a resale for their timeshare. They are keen to point out that as per the Timeshare Directive there should be no upfront deposits or payments.
Strange thing is though that first of all D & H Overseas Property Sales is cold calling and knows all about the timeshare of the customer. Then they offer a resale and for their services they have already established a fixed price of around £4000
Once the consumer is willing to listen further, they send over the relevant paperwork which does not really look that straight forward as the initial offer on the phone.
In the paperwork D&H Overseas Property Sales is talking about a 12 month marketing period for which the agreement will be valid. Unless the property is transferred to a third party, then this will end the agreement. It might be the wording, but there is not really a clear explanation if the transfer will be through a sale or a cancellation.
The amount of the fees is mentioned but there is no indication about at which point or moment these fees should be paid.
D&H Overseas Property Sales seems to be a registered company but the address on the Companies House does not coincide with the address displayed on the paperwork. As a matter of fact there are 2 addresses on the paperwork, one in Tunbridge Wells and another one in London. The London address is a well-known virtual address used by other dubious companies.
We have not been able to spot any website for this company or any other contact details, which surprisingly are not on the paperwork either.
Mixed impressions about a cold calling company so we would certainly recommend to be very cautious when dealing with D&H Overseas Property Sales.
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