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Free Yourself from your Club La Costa (CLC) Membership,

Save £££££s in Future Fees & potentially Claim Money Back


? Are you paying maintenance fees for an unwanted CLC Timeshare scheme?
? Were you unable to book with CLC due to poor availability?

? Are your Club La Costa/CLC maintenance fees high & rising each year?
Did you still have to pay fees throughout the pandemic, for nothing in return? 
? Have you tried to sell, but found there is no way out?
? Angry that 'exclusive' CLC resort holidays are now sold cheaply online to the public

? Do you just want to get out of your CLC contract for good?
? Would you like to claim your money back?


Club La Costa (CLC) (Now Wyndham Hotels & Resorts) operates one of the world's largest Timeshare schemes and, over the years, we have help increasingly large numbers of CLC members who tell us they are frustrated to be paying very high fees without being able to book the holidays they were promised. (See recent CLC member comments here and our introductory video here).

More recently, it has come to light that CLC developed an elaborate network of companies in an attempt to avoid paying out the flood of successful mis-selling claims brought against them - claiming they did not have funds to pay owners the compensation awarded by the Spanish Courts, despite the fact that they continue to collect tens of millions in maintenance fees each year.

PLEASE NOTE - Club La Costa (UK) plc was placed into LIQUIDATION in November 2022. It is important that you ACT NOW as the opportunity to recover any money that you may be able to claim is limited.  Read more... 


Timeshare Advice Network provides independent, expert advice and services to members of many types of timeshare, points and holiday ownership schemes - and we have already helped a high number of Club La Costa (CLC) timeshare/points owners who were looking for a way out of their long-term membership contracts.


Following the string of successful claims against Anfi and other Spanish Timeshare operators, the first major ground-breaking legal judgement was won against Club La Costa in October 2015, meaning that Club La Costa had to pay back the original purchase price, maintenance fees & interest to the Customer, as well as paying the Court costs.  The contract was also declared null and void, meaning the customer in question is now free of their CLC Timeshare liabilities for good.  Read more...

The CLC members who contact us often report high, fast-increasing maintenance fees; great difficulty in booking the holidays they want due to poor availability, especially in the high season; constant pressure to upgrade to more expensive membership levels and overall dissatisfaction that their experiences are now falling well short of what was promised when they first bought into the CLC concept.


To find out your options for getting out of your CLC membership contract commitments and to see if you may qualify to claim money back from CLC following the raft of legal precedents that have now been set in the Spanish Courts, please complete the short enquiry form or call one of our specialist advisors 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...

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?”

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."

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." 

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! Its ridiculous.  Just paying money for nothing and we just want to get out of this. Can you help us?" 

12th January 2024 - Mrs Sandra N, Surrey - CLC Fractional

"Lack of availability, raising maintenance fees as well as closure in the pandemic and lost all the points. The accommodation is cheaper if you book  in" 

2nd December 2023 - Ms Jane C, Lanarkshire - CLC Points Scheme

"No availability when we want. Rising maintenance fees (this started during the pandemic). Still paying finance although it's now Novena Personal Finance instead of Hitachi Finance. Feeling tricked and coerced."

11th November 2023 - Mr & Mrs Patel, Essex - CLC Fractional Ownership

"We were pressured into joining CLC in Tenerife and we signed the contract and gave them bank details on the day.  Once we came back to the UK, I called the company many times and we sent emails, but they didn't call back or reply. Then Covid happened and our circumstances changes, so we told them we needed to cancel, but they have still not responded and we’ve just had another bill for 1145 Euros. If we weren’t able to use any of CLC’s facilities, why should we have to pay lots of money? CLC claim we still owe them 20,300 and maybe more with maintenance. I would be very grateful if you could help me out and have all the paperwork and emails we sent to the CLC team." 

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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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