“Truth never damages a cause that is just” Mahatma Gandhi.
Last week beginning on 18 July 2016, TESS Limited, a paralegal company and member of the Institute of Paralegals, published several articles about Sellmytimeshare .tv and Monster Credits. In these articles they question whether this is resale or just another scheme to sell the product Monster Credits.
Inside Timeshare published an article “Is it Resale?” which was prompted by the TCA highlighting a piece by Harriet Cooke of The Sun Newspaper, this also questioned the claims of Sellmytimeshare.tv that it had helped so many people. This article was published 23 March 2016. This was followed by an article called “Testimonials: Fact or Fiction?” This article was prompted by a question from a reader if they could trust testimonials that appeared on websites.
What Inside Timeshare would like to say to you the reader, is look at these articles and then at the following links on the TESS website, then make your own judgements as to whether the truth has been served.
Now considering that the TCA has highlighted these companies in the past, the question now, is what direction is the TCA going to take now, especially in light of the above link?
Then on 20 July they published a transcript of a sales presentation, it was taken from a recording by a client. This was transcribed by the Ministry of Justice, therefore it is considered as evidence. It makes interesting reading.
The advisor actually states they don´t buy timeshare, that there is not even a market and people can’t even give them away on ebay. So why have these people travelled to attend these meetings if there is no resale market? Could it be another product is up for sale? Do they know what awaits them?
These articles by TESS do actually answer these questions, but I will leave it up to you the reader to decide who is telling the truth.
Timeshare is a minefield, trust is very difficult to determine, who do you believe?
The only answer is research any company that you may be contemplating doing business with, the information is out there. Some may be negative, but then look at who is publishing it. Is it a rival company? Do they have an ulterior motive?
If in doubt forget it, better to be safe than sorry.
If you have any information that you would like to share with others, Inside Timeshare will be pleased to include it, be it about any of these companies or others you have dealt with. Without your help and information it is difficult for others to make decisions, it could save others a lot of stress and financial problems.