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Were you Mis-Sold MGM/Petchey Atlas or Infiniti Timeshare?
Courts order resorts to issue refunds of up to £40,000. Contact us now!

-  Did you pay a Deposit on the day of your Timeshare purchase?

-  Did you use Credit to finance a Timeshare purchase or upgrade?

-  Was finance paid or signed for within the Cooling Off Period?

-  Did you Trade-in/Upgrade to Points, Floating Weeks or Fractional?

-  Are you stuck in a very long-term or "in perpetuity" contract?

-  Do you just want to get out of Timeshare for good?

At Timeshare Advice Network, we've see a significant increase in the number of enquiries from MGM (formerly Petchey Leisure), Infiniti & Atlas points scheme members, seeking help in solving a range of timeshare problems - especially in relation to contracts sold "in perpetuity" and the infamous CPO / Clube Praia da Oura resort.

The good news is that the Courts issued ground-breaking judgments on Timeshare mis-selling in 2015 which set wide-reaching legal precedents and triggered a wave of similar cases, with a number of Timeshare Resorts/Groups being ordered to pay out refunds of up to £40,000 to timeshare owners.


In light of these major developments, it is very important to find out your rights and see whether your contract has been affected.  It could save you fortunes in future timeshare fee liabilities and you may even be entitled to claim back some or all of the money you have paid out. 


It is also important to stress that Timeshare Advice Network does not buy or sell timeshares or any other holiday products and is entirely independent of the Timeshare Resorts, Groups, "Industry Bodies", "Resellers" or other organisations who benefit from the Timeshare fees that you pay them, whether directly or indirectly - so the advice we offer is unbiased.


To see your options for getting out of your Silverpoint Timeshare contract commitments and to find out if you have grounds for a claim, please complete the enquiry form or call us now on 01628 290499.

Update - Monday 29th April 2024: 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!

Customer Stories

Mr G V, County Down - Petchey/MGM/Infiniti

"I converted to points and was led to believe that I could spend my points if their was availability in their resorts. I have just been informed that I can't spend my points despite their being availability in a number of their resorts according to their websites."    Read more...

Customer Stories

Mrs Gillian I - Petchey/MGM/Infiniti

"70,000 points bought by my parents 15 years ago. They are both in ill health and cant travel. Points have not been used since 2013. They keep receiving reminders and outstanding fees are now nearly £5,000. Can they take action against my parents?"    Read more...

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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