Can you trust a firm that says it can get rid of your timeshare — for a price? These families did — and lived to regret it 



Over the years, the timeshare deal Christine and William Tight signed in the late Nineties as a way of getting cheap family holidays around the world had become a millstone.
Initially, for £6,000 upfront and a few hundred pounds in annual service charges, they could book a week every year in an apartment in Spain, Austria, Florida or other popular destinations.
But by 2013, the service fees had grown to £1,000 a year and they were fed up with the holiday choices they were being offered. 
However, when the couple, from Langford, Bedfordshire, tried to offload the timeshare they were told the... read more

 
28 September 2016 in Business, Views: 36
Source: Daily Mail
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