Who doesn’t think they were mis-sold by Club Class? So yes, they all want a refund!
But reading on through the email it becomes son very clear that yet again this is one of those bulk mailings from Club Class itself!
This time under the name Gr8stays.
This email about claiming a refund is not a new idea at all. Leisure Alliance, another name of the same group, actually came up with this “great idea” already in 2014 and we posted an article on the blog about this (http://wp.me/p1kmoi-1cx)
Leisure Alliance brought to live the Leisure Alliance Claims Department and offered to claim a refund under the Consumer Act to those Club Class Members who apparently were mis-sold their Club Class memberships by former distributors.
Club Class members are now approached again by Gr8stays to be informed that maybe they have reasons to claim a refund.
So now years later, after changing names and several liquidations, they have come to the conclusion that people might have been mis sold.
Certainly they could have come to this conclusion years before when people complaint bitterly to these same offices and employees about how the product did not work for them at all, and they were bluntly told that this is what they signed for?
First they take your money for a membership which is not what they say it is. Then the Cashback / Reclaim certificate fails as this was again not what they explained it would be. And when they are tired of asking membership fees for a membership that has not always the obligation to pay a fee each year, they offer to claim a refund, based on the fact you were mis-sold.
Of course they will expect a percentage of the awarded money, once the claim has been successful.
If you are one of those Club Class members who haven’t yet tried to claim a refund, please be advised that we can help you with such claim.
The requirements for the claim are that you paid by credit card and the date of payment was less than 6 years ago. If this is your case, contact us and we can explain what steps to take.