Sky Breaks is not an unknown company, and has been around for some time now. They do discounted holiday accommodation for Timeshare owners.
Recently they seem to be very active on the cold calling and we have also heard from those timeshare owners who were called, that the agent on the phone mentioned the offer was made to them due to “having paid their maintenance fees”.
Now this of course creates the understanding that Sky breaks is in direct contact with the home resort of the timeshare owner, and the resort even shares information with them. This is not true though!
After the initial explanations the agent from Sky breaks comes up with the offer for several UK Breaks or Holiday accommodation in and around Europe.
Most timeshare owners know perfectly well that these kind of offers have an obligation attached to attend a presentation, but not always is this made clear or explained properly in the call from the agent of Sky Breaks.
It is only once a consumer has paid for the package when he receives a full confirmation with the complete terms and conditions of the booking.
In the terms and conditions it also becomes clear that Sky Breaks is part of Easy Consulting.
This company based in Spain is the main company of a group of so-called Fly buy generators.
You can read all the articles related to Easy consulting on the following link https://mindtimeshare.me/?s=Easy+Consulting
Coming back to Sky breaks, their contact details as displayed on the web http://skybreaks.co.uk are:
Telephone: 0800 950 6142
POST: Sky Breaks, Unit 36, 88-90 Hatton Garden London EC1N 8PG
On the website they do publish their Terms and Conditions and in Clause nº 19 there is the mention about the obligation to attend a presentation during the stay.
Obviously these terms and conditions are not read by the customer whilst on the phone to Sky Breaks, so it should be the agent who informs the customer of these terms in full PRIOR to payment.
Between the cold call, the mention about the resort as if Sky Breaks has anything to do with the home resort, and the lack of explanation on the terms and conditions prior to the payment of the offer, we certainly recommend consumers to be cautious.
Always make sure you have all covered before going for an offer like this and if they mention for example your resort or exchange company, well, contact them and verify such statements.
If you have been speaking to Sky Breaks about a promotional offer on holiday accommodation, then please let us know.
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