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Elite Club Resorts Timeshare Claims

Elite Club Resorts are based in the Canary Islands and have 5 resorts in Fuerteventura and Tenerife. Elite Club Resorts offer timeshare options to their customers globally and are also members of RCI, the largest timeshare exchange website giving timeshare owners access to timeshare options all over the world.

The appeal of timeshare ownership has attracted hundreds of thousands of customers into the murky world of the timeshare industry. Many owners are sold on the dream of having flexible annual accommodation with the added benefit of experiencing new timeshare locations and resorts with minimal ease and effort. The reality for Timeshare owners however is a far cry from the golden dreams they are sold initially by timeshare sales agents.

Ever increasing maintenance fees, contracts which run for 50 years or more and never being able to secure the weeks of their choice are just some of the problems timeshare owners face with Elite Club Resorts. Below are some other common complaints raised against Elite Club Resorts.

  • The Elite Club Resorts timeshare was sold to you as an investment.
  • You were told the Elite Club Resorts timeshares could be sold on and you would make a profit.
  • You were told that your Elite Club Resorts timeshare could be rented out to cover your maintenance fees and your loan payments
  • You were told you only had to pay the purchase price of the Elite Club Resorts Timeshare and no other fees would be involved
  • You were not able to access facilities and services of the Elite Club Resorts, you were told would be included in timeshare contract

If any of the above are relevant to you then you could be entitled to legally cancel your timeshare contract and reclaim all payments made to Elite Club Resorts.

If you are a member of the Elite Club Resorts Timeshare holiday ownership club and feel trapped in your contract all is not lost. In 2015 the Spanish Supreme court made significant changes to timeshare law in favour of consumers. Directive 42/98 came into affect which gives timeshare owners legal rights and options if they purchased a timeshare contract, weeks, points or floating contract after the 5th of January 1999. Can you answer yes to any of the following:

You made payments to Elite Club Resorts within the cooling off period (14 days-3 months)

Consumer contracts have a cooling off period with 14 days being the minimum amount of time. If you made any payments to Elite Club Resorts within 14-90 days of singing your contract you could make a claim.

You were sold a Floating week timeshare contract with Elite Club Resorts

Many timeshare owners end up with floating week timeshare agreements as they believe this will give them flexibility and freedom. The problem most timeshare owners find however is that they will almost always have problems securing any required dates yet they are still obligated to pay maintenance fees for the timeshare contract with Elite Club Resorts. If you have a floating weeks timeshare with Elite Club Resorts you could be entitled to cancel your timeshare contract and claim compensation.

You were sold timeshare points with Elite Club Resorts

Timeshare points are similar to floating weeks and usually never provide the benefits they claim to offer. Since the Supreme Court Ruling in 2015 timeshare points with Elite Club Resorts sold after the 5th of January 1999 can now be legally challenged as many have been deemed as unenforceable.

Your timeshare contract with Elite Club Resorts runs in perpetuity or for more than 50 years                                                          

A perpetuity contract with Elite Club Resorts is one where the contract term exceeds fifty years.  If there is no end date specified in the timeshare contract, or the term runs for more than 50 years from the date you signed the agreement then you could be entitled to legally cancel your timeshare contract and claim compensation from Elite Club Resorts.

If you have answered yes to any of the above you could cancel your Elite Club Resorts timeshare contract and reclaim all payments made to your resort. 

To find out if you have a Timeshare Claim please contact us for a free review. We have a dedicated team of specialist timeshare solicitors that have won hundreds of timeshare claims against dozens of timeshare companies like Elite Club Resorts on a no win no fee basis with no upfront costs or charges. To learn more please contact us for a free no obligation review of your timeshare claim.

Do you have a timeshare contract with any of the Elite Club Resorts below? 

  • Elite Fuerteventura Club
  • Elite Suites
  • The Harbour Club
  • Fuerteventura Beach Club
  • Club Monetcastillo

You may be entitled to make a timeshare compensation claim against Elite Club Resorts if:  

  • You signed your timeshare contract after the 5th of January 1999
  • You contracted with a Spanish company
  • You felt pressurised into taking your timeshare contract
  • You were told you could sell your timeshare contract without issue
  • Your contract length was more than 50 years or in perpetuity
  • You paid a deposit within the cooling off period
  • You were not provided with the exact details of the occupancy rights.
  • You contracted a floating time or points backed timeshare
  • Your timeshare was not registered in the land registry

To find out if you have a timeshare claim against Elite Club Resorts please contact us for a free no obligation review. 

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