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Your way out of Timeshare

CANCEL your Timeshare contract, STOP paying fees & potentially CLAIM back £££££s.

Welcome to Timeshare Advice Network, where we provide independent, expert advice to members of Timeshare schemes (including Fractional, Points and other 'Holiday Ownership' schemes).

Since 2013, we've helped 1000s of frustrated members of Timeshares schemes operated by CLUB LA COSTA (now Wyndham Resorts), ANFI GROUP, DIAMOND RESORTS INTERNATIONAL (now Hilton Grand Vacations) and many other organisations to:

> Exit their long-term Timeshare Contracts
> Stop paying Maintenance Fees

> Claim money back due to Mis-selling

So, for independent, expert advice on getting out of your Timeshare scheme and fee commitments for good - and to see if you have grounds to claim back some or all of you money, please complete our short enquiry form or call one of our friendly advisers now on 01628 290499
Tuesday 16th July 2024 - Update: We remain fully equipped to provide help and advice remotely via telephone/video calls. However, our offices are again open to welcome you, should you prefer to arrange to meet in person. Please make your preferences known to your advisor, thank you!

15th July 2024 – Mr Stephen W, Lancashire – Club La Costa Fractional

“They pushed us into switching from points to fractional ownership a few years ago with promises that it was a solid investment and that we'd find it easier to book and have upgraded accommodation, but it’s been a nightmare since then!!!  Maintenance fees are ridiculous and we’re never able to book the dates we want – probably because they are just selling holidays to non-members via the internet.  Tried to speak to them about cancelling but they just fob us off and quote terms and conditions which seem to say we’re stuck with it for another 15 years.  I’ve also read that CLC are going bust anyway.  Can you help us get out of this or even get some money back?” Read More...

14th July 2024 – Mrs Julie K, Kent – Diamond Resorts (now Hilton Grand Vacations)

“We got into this years ago when it was called Suntera I think. Its changed several times over the years and we’ve ended up paying more and more each year, but using it less and less, especially now since my husband finds travel very difficult.  We’ve tried to speak to them about stopping the membership and they are just very unhelpful.  Can you help us get out of this as its just a huge waste of money now” Read More...

11th July 2024 – Mr & Mrs H, Oxfordshire – Anfi Group

“The Timeshare was sold to us as an investment and there was explanation of any cooling-off period.  We also took out a loan for the original Timeshare purchase and still had to pay Fees through the pandemic.  Having watched your video, we think there is a very good chance that it was mis-sold to us.  How do we find out if we can claim compensation?”  Read More...

3rd June 2024 - Mr M K - Diamond Resorts Int. (now Hilton Grand Vacations)

"Frustrated with high fees for exchanging through RCI. We have a baby now so are keen to holiday in the UK and availability is very poor."  Read More...

2nd June 2024 - Mrs Samantha E - Marriott Resorts

"This was sold to us as an investment that we could enjoy and pass down to our child after we were gone.  We bought in 2010 when our child was 3, and the contract ran for, from memory, 74 years, because that was when the lease on the land ran out - we were assured at the time that this was unlikely to be a problem as the Marriott was such an established brand with several resorts in the area.  Since purchase, we have had difficulty booking the week we wanted, the restrictions seem to grow every year and we have been unable to take advantage of the weeks lost to covid because of the way that the deposit scheme with Interval International works.  It's increasingly frustrating that we are paying ever higher maintenance fees and have no way out of this contract without defaulting.  No one wants to buy these weeks, and despite being told the Marriott would by them back, they won't. So we're stuck with something we really don't want that costs us a fortune every year."  Read More...

20th May 2024 - Mr & Mrs K, Lancashire – Club La Costa (now Wyndham Resorts)  Timeshare Points Owners

“We’ve been with Club La Costa since 2008 but its really gone downhill in recent years and the maintenance fees are ridiculous now. We can book much better, cheaper holidays on the internet.  We just want to get out of it but the customer service is useless and just send us round in circles. So frustrated.  We also had to pay a deposit by credit card on the day they sold us the Timeshare in the first place, and I’ve just heard that means we can claim for mis-selling.  Can you help us?”

18th May 2024 - Mr Peter B, Wiltshire - Diamond Resorts/Hilton Grand Vacations

"Have had it since 2005 but the resorts now are not up to the standard we were originally sold.  Also the spiralling cost of being a member mean it is impossible to carry on."  Read More...

6th May 2024 - Mrs Brenda M, Oxfordshire – Anfi Timeshare, Gran Canaria

“Bought this ages ago and had some nice holidays to begin with, but we’re getting old and my husband is less mobile now so we can’t use it any more really.  I’m sure they said we could sell it back to them but they now say this isn’t possible any more.  Can’t afford to keep paying the fees just need to get rid of it” Read More...

11th April 2024 - Mr Sean H - Club La Costa Timeshare

"The Timeshare was sold to us under pressure in a long meeting and we had to pay a deposit on the day. We were told our Timeshare was an 'investment' and were offered a loan loan there and then, with the lender they recommended, which we accepted. The Maintenance Fees have risen each year and It has often been difficult/impossible to book the holiday we want. Also, fees had to be paid during the pandemic, when resorts were closed and Resort(s) are no longer 'exclusive' and are available to non-members."  Read More...

1st April 2024 - Mr Raja T, Surrey - CLC/Wyndham Fractional Timeshare

"Expensive maintenance and lack of availability most of the times and almost three years everything is closed. It’s a joke." Read More...

5th March 2024 - Mrs Sandra B - Club La Costa (now Wyndham) Timeshare

"They just keep increasing the maintenance fees and tell us we still have to pay even though we haven't been able to book anything since before the pandemic!  All they say is that we have to upgrade.  Its ridiculous.  Just paying money for nothing and we just want to get out of this. Can you help us?"  Read More...

1st March 2024 - Mrs Janet S, Lancashire - Anfi Timeshare, Gran Canaria

"We had to keep paying fees even though we couldn't use it during the pandemic and now we haven't been able to book this year because they say its too busy since the pandemic!  Feels like we're paying for other people to go on holiday while we can't. Not sure if its true but a couple of people have told us that Anfi have gone bankrupt so we have no idea what effect that will have.  We just want to stop paying fees and see if we can claim any of our money back." Read More... 

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Timeshare Exit Options


For the vast majority of people who come to us for help, the primary concern is to simply get out of the long-term fee liabilities to which they find themselves & their families committed.


It is often when changes in personal circumstances (e.g. health, mobility, bereavement, financial, relationships etc...) mean that the Timeshare scheme will no longer be of use - at which point it can suddenly clear that the Timeshare has no resale value and, worse still, carries significant, long-term fee commitments. 

Please be very wary of what your Timeshare scheme operator may have told you if you have approached them directly as, believe it or not, they will often see this as an opportunity to try and sell you a Fractional ownership scheme on the promise of recouping your investment.


For honest, independent advice, please contact us today.

No-Win-No-Fee Timeshare Claims


Whilst it has only been in the last couple of years that news of an ever-increasing number of successful claims are being made against a growing number of Resorts & Timeshare scheme operators - mis-selling has been rife since the laws changed in 1999 but were largely flaunted by arrogant Timeshare sales operations, and it is estimated that 1000s of claims were settled out of Court, with confidentiality claims attached to prevent news spreading to the wider Timeshare member community.

However, since the high profile "Grimsbo vs Anfi SL" case in 2015, the floodgates have opened and the Spanish Courts in particular have been extremely busy, with an ever-increasing number of legal precedents being set and the the legal tide turning firmly in favour of the consumer at last.


To find out whether you have grounds for a mis-selling claim and/or whether your Timeshare contract is simply illegal and can be declared Null & Void, please contact one of our expert advisers today.

Our Guarantee


The chances are that, having reached the point that you've decided that you wish to exit your Timeshare scheme, you will quickly find out that the promises made when you were originally sold the Timeshare will turn out to be false.


People were commonly sold Timeshares as "an investment" with promises of rising values, buy-back schemes and ease of re-selling whenever you decided to do so...

However, you only need to look on eBay to see hundreds of people desperately trying to sell their Timeshares for 99p... with no takers of course.


The sad fact is that there are very few 'Good' and a great deal of 'Bad & Ugly' Timeshare scheme operators out there - and they will do whatever they can to keep their members locked into unfair contracts, paying increasingly extortionate annual fees.


If you need some initial guidance from the independent experts, we're here to help...

Here to Help 

For FREE expert advice on how to solve your Timeshare problems and to see whether you may have been mis-sold, please call one of our friendly advisors now on:


01628 290499

or use the short form above to see your options.  


We'll listen to your concerns, then advise you on your best options for exiting your Timeshare contract and whether you have potential grounds for a mis-selling claim.

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