Tomorrow Friday’s Letter from America is not the one that was scheduled, we have had to replace it at the last minute due to a very good result, we will give you more on this tomorrow,
Today Inside Timeshare has received an enquiry from another reader search for information on a new name which has cold called them. This is Donaldson Bruce Associates, on searching the net for any information about them nothing can be found, there are no company records for them, just their website:
This was registered on 14 December 2017, so is only just 6 months old, the owner of the website is protected by a privacy protect service and is registered in the United States.
They show no address or company registration number on the website, or any registration to any official body such as Ministry of Justice for claims management or anything else, there is a contact form and telephone number, which is for the Sheffield area: 0114 303 0678
So what are the offering?
Well it is the usual claiming compensation and getting your money back for your timeshare, but just looking at the FAQs section, it becomes obvious that they will be doing this on a section 75 basis. Which as we have stated before is unlikely to work as the timeshare company, unless they have gone bust, will rightly claim to the credit card company that you have received the goods and services paid for, as you will probably have used it. If you claim that you could never use it due to lack of availability of dates you require, the timeshare company will just say that they offered alternatives and that it was explained to the member that it is “subject to availability”. The credit card company will refuse the claim.
This is either a new claims company or a contact page front for another of the established “claims” companies we have reported on in the past?
Either way, just by the information we have, it does not look like a good idea to have anything to do with them, even though their website does say “SAFETY AND PEACE OF MIND, ONLY WITH DONALDSON BRUCE ASSOCIATES”.
On Tuesday 8 May, Canarian Legal Alliance had what can only be described as a very successful and eventful day, no less than SEVEN sentences issued!
All contracts were also declared null and void, with the courts also awarding legal fees and legal interest in most of the cases.
Yesterday Wednesday 9 May, also saw the Court of First Instance Number 4 in Maspalomas issuing yet another judgement against Anfi. In this case the client will receive back over 10,000€ plus legal interest, with their contract being declared null and void.
So what a few day the lawyers have had and several very happy clients and ex-timeshare owners!
Join us tomorrow for our weekly Letter from America.