Over the past few weeks Inside Timeshare has been getting enquiries about another firm timeshare owners have paid to cancel their contracts and pursue “no win no fee” claims against their timeshare resorts, RSB Legal Ltd.
Company number 09751995
Office 110h Ground Floor Adamson House Towers Business Park, Wilmslow Road, Didsbury, Manchester, M20 2YY
Although they have been a registered company since 27 August 2015, there is an active proposal to strike the company off the register and have it dissolved, this was on 13 March 2018. Since then, the Compulsory Action to strike off has been suspended, as of 21 March 2018.
Many of the enquiries we have been receiving are all very similar, no contact from the company and the clients have not been able to get them on the telephone. Another firm which these clients have had their “cases” passed to are Taylor Marshall Associates, with one reader being told by them that their contract with Club la Costa has been terminated.
Company number 09458294
1st Floor 2 Woodberry Grove, Finchley, London, England, N12 0DR
It turns out that this is not the case as CLC have told them they are still liable for the maintenance fees. CLC have also stated the following in an email to our reader:
“Over the last 2 years, CLC has consistently advised Taylor Marshall and their associated company RSB Legal that we will NOT accept their correspondence as correct notification to “TERMINATE” any CLC World membership. CLC World has an established free of charge exit strategy in place for all CLC Members and we do NOT accept Surrender or Relinquishment notices from third party claims companies. Despite this, Taylor Marshall (RSB Legal) continue to falsely claim that they are successful in somehow ‘forcing’ CLC World to release members from their contracts. This is simply untrue.”
“CLC will only complete a Surrender Request when processed direct with the CLC Member.”
So it looks like RSB Legal and Taylor Marshall have been taking peoples money knowing full well that CLC will not recognise them or their termination notices.
Inside Timeshare has been receiving many comments not just of support, but enquiries as to what they can do to get their money back, we have looked into this and are currently exploring what options are open to you.
One option that has been mentioned is to collect as many disgruntled clients together and explore a group / class action through the courts.
If you have been a victim of any of the following companies, Inside Timeshare would like to hear from you, contact us via our contact form, we will then reply privately. Inside Timeshare will only be acting as a coordinator, researcher and contact point, if a group or class action is feasible you will then be informed which law firm is recommended and the decision will be ultimately yours.
The companies involved are:
More on this subject will be published in the near future.
It has also been noticed that the TESS website is not reachable today, nor is the TCA website, very strange indeed.