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    • stevvieboi
    • By stevvieboi 13th Jun 17, 5:02 PM
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    club la costa & mercantile claims
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    club la costa & mercantile claims 13th Jun 17 at 5:02 PM
    hi folks, anyone heard of the misspelling of the points system club la costa is running, and companies offering no win no fee, to claim back your money on the mis-selling of them, listing high court wins in madrid, as contracts are now null and void due to them mis selling them, and anyone heard of mercantile, can't find anything on them as in reviews, are they real or another scam company, have offered to deal with my purchase with club la costa
    anyone heard of anything thanks
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    • Raymondo111
    • By Raymondo111 13th Jun 17, 5:50 PM
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    You are quite right concerning the illegality of Timeshare/Holiday Clubs that were sold in Spain and the Canary Islands, lots of Companies have cropped up, some scams and some genuine Companies, they contacting Javier at this Website:

    He is a long time member of the Timesharetalk forum and will give you the best advice.
    • Grumpelstiltskin
    • By Grumpelstiltskin 13th Jun 17, 5:58 PM
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    The company was only incorporated on 10/10/2016 so less than 1 year old.
    • Alan Bowen
    • By Alan Bowen 13th Jun 17, 7:42 PM
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    If they called you, it is almost certainly a scam. If you called them, perhaps less so. As noted they have only been in business since November so it would be unlikely they would have any satisfied customers so far.

    The terms and conditions on the website are very simple and suggest they take (an unstated) percentage of any recovery but make no mention of any up front fees. The minute anyone suggests you pay to get rid of it or worse buy something else instead with a promise of a cash back at some point in the future, run as fast as you can.
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