palm oasis timeshare claims

Palm Oasis Resorts Timeshare Claims

Palm Oasis is a resort set in the beautiful destination of Maspalomas, Gran Canaria. Palm oasis offers membership for a holiday ownership club (timeshare). Owners are attracted to the resort as it is child friendly and boasts facilities such as a Tennis Court, Mini Golf and a Mini Market.

As is often the case with timeshare purchases, owners often become unhappy with their choice once they realise what they have truly signed up for. Ever increasing maintenance fees and never-ending contracts are often prevalent factors that contribute to buyer’s remorse. This is outside of the aggressive, dubious and sometimes unethical sales tactics that are used to get buyers into timeshare ownership to begin with.

Below are some examples of commonly used misrepresentations:

  • The timeshare was sold to you as an investment.
  • You were told your timeshare contract with Palm Oasis could be sold on and you would make a profit.
  • You were told that your Palm Oasis 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 and no other fees would be involved
  • You were told that you would not be charged membership fees if you did not secure your desired weeks

New timeshare laws have been introduced in recent years after a 2015 Supreme Court ruling in Spain. This ruling highlighted the significant breaches in consumer contract selling practises adopted by many timeshare companies like Palm Oasis Resorts in Spain. As a result timeshare owners with Palm Oasis contracts affected by this scandal can now look to legally cancel their contracts and reclaim all payments to their timeshare resort.

Former members of Palm Oasis have already successfully litigated against Palm Oasis Resorts in Spain due to the multiple breaches in consumer regulations. This has resulted in contracts being voided and all payments and interest charges paid to the resorts being refunded to the timeshare owners. If you are a member of Palm Oasis Resorts and feel trapped in contract you could have legal options to cancel your timeshare contract without penalty.

You could be entitled to make a claim against Palm Oasis Resorts in Spain if:

You made payments to Palm Oasis within the cooling off period (14 days-3 months)

All consumer contracts have a cooling off period 14 days being the minimum amount of time. If you made any payments to Palm Oasis within this time you could make a claim and claim back all payments and interest charges.

You were sold a Floating week timeshare contract with Palm Oasis                                                           

Many timeshare owners opt of this type of timeshare agreement as it is usually very difficult to get the weeks they require. If you have floating weeks but do not secure the dates you require you are still obligated to pay maintenance fees for the timeshare contract with Palm Oasis. If you have a floating week contract you could be entitled to Palm Oasis Timeshare Compensation.

You were sold timeshare points with Palm Oasis                                                                                              

Much like the floating weeks’ timeshare contract, timeshare points with Palm Oasis can now be legally challenged as many have been deemed unenforceable.

Your timeshare contract with Palm Oasis runs in perpetuity or for longer than 50 years                                                           

A perpetuity contract with Palm Oasis is one where the contract term exceeds fifty years, which is the maximum legal limit. 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 Palm Oasis

If you have answered yes to any of the above you could be entitled to cancel your Palm Oasis timeshare contract and claim compensation which will enable you to recover some, if not all the fees you have paid the resort.

To find out if you can legally cancel your timeshare contract with Palm Oasis and reclaim all payments made to your resort please contact us for a free no obligation review. Our specialists timeshare solicitors have won hundreds of timeshare claims against dozens of timeshare companies like Palm Oasis on a no win no fee basis with no upfront costs or charges.

You could make a claim against Palm Oasis Resorts in Spain if: 

  • You paid a deposit or charges for you timeshare during the cooling off period
  • You got your timeshare contract after the 5th of January 1999
  • You took out a floating weeks contract or points backed timeshare with Palm Oasis
  • You got your Palm Oasis timeshare contract with a Spanish company
  • Your Palm Oasis timeshare contract was for more than 50 years or ran in perpetuity
  • Your timeshare was not registered in the land registry
  • You were not provided with the exact details of the occupancy rights by Palm Oasis.

If you have a timeshare contract with Palm Oasis Resorts in Spain you could be entitled to legally cancel your timeshare contract and reclaim thousands in compensation and interest charges from your timeshare company. Please contact us for a free no obligation review to find out more. 

Why Use Our Palm Oasis Timeshare Claims Service?

  • Free No Obligation Legal Review
  • No Upfront Costs or Charges
  • No Win No Fee Claims Service
  • Specialist Timeshare Solicitors

 Contact us now to find out if you have a timeshare compensation claim against Palm Oasis Resorts in Spain . 

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