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that we were lovely couple and that we could probably benefit from an additional income of £ 2000.00 per year to help with our finances. About 10 – 15 minutes went by and Matt´s manager returned to the table all exited saying that I had been approved for the loan. I was totally surprised with this news as I had recently been turned down recently in the UK for a small overdraft from my bank. Matt and his manager were delighted that I had been accepted and could not see any reason for the deal not to be completed. She went away and came back with a list of properties she was going to allocate to me. Both Matt and his manager convinced me that I would not lose any money from the deal as they would sell the properties within 12months and that it was safe. They explained that once I returned to the UK that the finance group would be in touch with me and find me a finance deal that would reduce the monthly repayments. They told me that Barclay finance would not be taking any payments within the first six months which would allow me time to have the finances transferred. During these six months the financial group contacted me and were unable to find a company that would take the debt due to me not being able to get credit. (This is something I feared would happen as I am not sure as to why I was accepted by Barclay´s). When the six months were up, Barclay´s started to request monthly repayments at £ 1232.89 which I was able to pay out of the cheques I had received from Resort Properties of £ 3750.00. I was able to pay the first three months from this payment and I then approached Barclay´s to see if they would be able to reduce my monthly repayments which they declined. I telephoned Resort Properties to enquire if they had managed to find buyers for my allotted apartments and explained that I had not been able to transfer the loan to a different company with lower APR and I explained that time was of essence for them to sell the apartments as they had promised. If they could have at least sold one of them, it would have helped me continue to repay Barclays. I continued to phone Resort Properties on numerous occasions enquiring if they have sold any of my allotted apartments each time being told no they hadn´t. I was then beginning to worry as I then started to receive letters from them advising me that maintenance payments soon need paying by me, which were totalling nearly £1800.00. I explained that I would not be able to pay these as Matt had explained to me that all properties would be sold and that I would never have to pay maintenance and I have believed him as he was very convincing.In June 2010, I again went back to Tenerife Resort Properties to see Matt and explain my financial problems and tried to appeal to him that he should sell my properties as promised. He could see that I was very upset and that I was coming to the end of my tether with the stress that these timeshares were bringing me. He assured me that he would prioritize my apartments to get them sold. This has still not happened to this date.In March 2011, I received correspondence from Resort Properties that they have received an offer for one of the properties for £ 1750.00 and asked me to sign to accept the offer which I did. I had not paid any maintenance for 2011 so they issued me to write a nil cheque for the apartment as the maintenance bill had to be paid. I have not heard anything else from resort Properties with regards to selling the remaining properties I own and I feel very let down as they have not sold the apartments as they promised to do. I feel that they have mis-sold me these apartments as they knew that I would not take annual holidays and that I had no means in which to pay yearly maintenance.I have been conned out of £ 25000.00 for properties I never intended to use. Both Matt and his manager knew that I was not financially able to buy these properties for my own use and I now know that like many people, I was mis-sold. I had no use for one timeshare, let alone 5I visited the Resort Properties offices ( now Silverpoint) at the end of 2011 in the hope that after hearing my circumstances of being unemployed, they would assist me in buying my 5 timeshares from me and releasing my contract with them as I would be struggling to find finance for the coming maintenance bill of around £ 2000.00 for 2012.A Silverpoint representative by the name of Adam agreed to see me to discuss my problem and seated me at his desk to hear what I had to say. I explained to him that I had five timeshare properties within the complex and that due to me being currently unemployed, I would not to be able to pay the maintenance bill that would be issued within the next couple of months. He explained that Silverpoint would not be buying any timeshare from Resort Properties clients as they were prioritizing Silverpoint clients only and that my best option would be to invest in an up-market suite at their Paradise Resort situated down the hill. Again I explained that I was unemployed and that I would not, even if I wanted to, be able to acquire credit, as I was not credit worthy and I had very little disposable income. I told him I was there to ask for assistance from Silverpoint to honour Resort Properties clients and buy back from me my five timeshares to release me from the burden of paying maintenance on timeshares that I do not use.Adam left the desk and left me several to speak with the finance manager to see if they could come up with a remedy to my problem. Eventually, the finance manager came and sat down with Adam and myself and proposed a deal that they thought would benefit me. This deal involved trading in all five properties and paying them a deposit equivalent to my maintenance bill for 2012. This, they said would need to be paid to them within 14 days. This would be to the value of around £ 2000.00. In addition to this, the manager advised me that I would then need to pay £ 71 per month. He explained that the finance would be arranged in house and not through any credit agencies. In return they would give/upgrade me to own a three bedroom premier deluxe suit in Hollywood Mirage. This is the best offer they would do for me and maintenance would be calculated at around £ 450.00 per annum for the property. Adam explained that I would then automatically become a Silverpoint member and in 2014, they would then put my timeshare up for sale and they would then be able to get most of my money back from the original £ 25000.00 that I had taken out credit on with Barclays finance. I told him that I had these claims before from resort Properties and asked him what makes him so sure that he would be successful in selling the three bedroom up market property. He claimed that his company were more professional and he saw no reason why they would not to be able to fulfil the sale. I told him that I would not to be able to agree to anything until I had spoken with my partner later in the evening. He was adamant that I spoke with her immediately as the offer was only on the table now and that I would not to have the opportunity to make this deal at a later date. He made arrangements so that I could use their phone from one of their offices and telephone my home, which I did. My partner saw through the false promises and categorically told me no to go through with the deal and to leave resort immediately. I told Adam the outcome was a no, he was still insisting to me that the offer was the best that I would ever receive from them and that I was making a huge mistake. 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he could do the same for me. I was persuaded and agreed to go into business with them and purchase 3 timeshare properties, as a package, for £10,951 for the purpose of renting them out for profit.However, I did not have the money available to do so. Resort Properties suggested I take out a loan and said they could arrange for a suitable bank loan with the Clydesdale Financial Services bank for me and set up the loan for the £10951.Resort Properties took a deposit of £1000, using my Visa credit card, which they said was in case I could not get the loan and then I would lose the deposit. They returned this deposit when Clydesdale Financial Services provided the loan.A couple of days later, I had to return to the Resort Properties sales office, I cannot remember why, but a new offer was put to me which appeared to be even better than the package I had already purchased.The proposal was that I should purchase a second package of timeshare properties, at a very low price, and Resort Properties would then, quickly, sell them at a profit. Quick meant, within the year. The profit would be shared between me and Resort Properties, with Resort Properties taking 25% of the profit..Debbie Parkinson and Gerald Tiernan were, again, very keen to show me how this arrangement had made a lot of money for other Resort Properties clients showing me documents that showed how other clients had returned year after year increasing their investments and increasing their profits.The proposal seemed too good to turn down. Unfortunately I could not afford to buy.Resort Properties urged me to consider finding any means of securing a loan and they explained that the sort of profit I could expect to make would make any loan charges seem insignificant. So, I agreed to make the second purchase. I purchased a package of 5 properties for a further £11,521 for the purpose of selling them off, within the year, to make a profit. Of this £11,521 I had to make a deposit of £1000 using my Visa credit card, which was not refundable. I provided the remaining £10521 by means of a bank cheque upon my return to the UK.I was sent a cheque for £1600 for the rental, in 2008, of the 3 properties, in the first, rental, package in October 2007.However, I had to pay the 2008 service / maintenance fees for the properties in the second, re-sale package, of £2063 in December 2007 and none of the 5, re-sale, timeshares were sold. So not quite what I would call a good investment – I was already losing money.Within the year that followed I realised I had been conned, I was losing money and things were about to get worse.In November 2008 I returned, with my fiancé, to Tenerife and went to see Debbie Parkinson, Resort Properties and, in discussion, my financial predicament become clear.Apart from having to continue to pay the service / maintenance charges on all of the 5 re-sale properties I now had to pay the service / maintenance fees on the 3 rental properties, for 2009, amounting to a grand total of £3834 for 2009.I was informed, by Resort Properties, that it was unlikely that any of the 3 rental properties would be rented out in 2009.I was also informed, by Resort Properties, that it was unlikely any of the 5 re-sale properties would be sold.I was also informed, by Resort Properties, that there would now be a Listing Fee for re-sale of any of the properties costing £100 per property (timeshare). This would cost £800 for the eight properties (timeshares).The reasons given for not renting or selling the properties was that Resort Properties were experiencing a slow down in the holiday market and would be concentrating on promoting their own sales business. I was informed that they had a large number of properties (timeshares) that they needed to sell as a priority. However, if I paid the £800 listing fees then they would “endeavor” to sell my timeshares but stressed that there would offer no guarantees.In summary: I was facing bills, for 2009, amounting to £4634 plus I had the loan charges to worry about plus I was losing interest on capital I had used to buy the properties. What was worse; was that Resort properties made it clear that there was no way of getting free of the obligation and no real hope of either renting or selling the properties in the foreseeable future.Debbie Parkinson left me and my fiancé for a while, to consider things.The cold realisation that the only people to be making money out of the deal I had enter into was Resort Properties and the thought that I was facing years of potentially increasing service costs, that I could ill afford, made me feel foolish and trapped.When Debbie returned she brought a colleague, another sales representative, who hada proposal.The proposal was this:Resort Properties would agree to immediately sell 6 of the properties, at their lowest price, for a sum total of £3500.The Sales Office manager, Gerald Tiernan, also said he would also give me a good will payment of £3500 if I joined Club Paradiso.However, these arrangements constituted an offer that was only available if I purchased Island membership of Club Paradiso for yet another payment of £23,559.Resort Properties said that Club Paradiso was their premier holiday package, that it was well sort after and that, in a couple of years, they would be going to re-sales and, therefore, I could expect to make a substantial profit, if I were to then sell my membership. It was suggested to me and my fiancé that if we purchased membership in Club paradise that Resort Properties would be able to sell the Island membership, in two years’ time, for £69950 + 17% a sum of about £81,800.It was a blackmail situation and I knew I had to accept the offer. I saw it as the only way I could avoid some of the potentially increasing service costs on timeshares that I did not want. I did not want to join Club Paradiso but it seemed to be a lesser financial risk that what I already had.So, this proposal seemed a better option than to continue making substantial financial loses with the prospect of those loses getting worse. We were told that we had to make our minds up then and there and the offer would not be repeated. So, I chose to accept the new proposal.The problem, however, was finding the money to pay for it.Resort Properties suggested I take out another loan and said they could arrange for a suitable bank loan with Barclay Partner Finance, previously known as the Clydesdale Financial Services bank. They set the bank loan up, which was for the required £23,559.Having secured my membership of Club paradise, Resort Properties then tried to persuade me to extend my membership in Club Paradiso buy buying something which would extend the range of resorts available to me. They pointed out that my membership only gave me access to about six nominated resorts.I did not extend my membership in Club Paradiso.I am now stuck with 2 timeshare properties in Tenerife that I do not want and which I have to pay annual service fees on. I am also stuck with membership of Club Paradiso which I also do not want and which I also have to pay annual service fees on.I feel cheated and financially trapped, wishing I had never heard of Resort Properties.My advice to anyone would be: If you encounter any timeshare of holiday club representatives, walk away fast!RF



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that “Freedom Vacation” had gone bankrupt and then he drove us to their office in Los Cristianos, to confirm this, the office was vacant. My wife and I were distraught that our savings of 6 months previous were gone and we had nowhere to officially stay in Tenerife.We returned to BHC where we were told that all was not lost. Mr Gordon made an appointment with us to visit the Sales Team office. We were desperately unhappy when the sales team told us our £11,000.00 paid to Freedom Vacation was lost, but Mr Gordon reassured us that we would get this amount of money back, plus a lot more by investing £25,000.00 in their scheme. We stayed with Mr Gordon from around 10.00am to about 5.00 – 5.30pm that day. We were treated in a very kind manner and the staff were very sympathetic and told us not to worry as we were almost in tears at our predicament. 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When asked why he (Mr Gordon) didn’t do this scheme himself to make some money… ie. take out a loan and do the same as he was telling us to do, he replied that it would be insider trading and it would be illegal for himself and the staff to participate in this scheme. He proudly showed us his $ 1 million dollar sales trophy he had won, and his family home photographs in Tenerife which he said the commission pays for, so we both gain from the transactions. What they told us was very plausible but we were getting tired and uncomfortable after being in the office for so long, with the process seeming to be prolonged with bouts of business talk, social chatter and being left alone, waiting for the next piece of information.We were often pointed towards other people, some quite elderly, who… we were told, come back year after year and it was a source of income to them. We were never introduced to these other clients and we never had the opportunity as we seemed to be escorted or “looked after” when we went outside for some fresh air. My wife and I never seemed to be left alone except at Mr Gordon`s sales desk with other staff hovering around.We were informed that because I worked overseas and I personally could not guarantee being available for a holiday at a fixed time, this could be fixed for us to take a holiday if we gave them some advanced notice. Asking about if I could not make a holiday week, I was informed they could rent our week out and we could get extra payment for that and we couldn’t lose. It never occurred to me that if they were re-selling after 18 months this should not be an issue and this point was not mentioned by them.After what seemed to be a very long day, they asked us for our credit card to verify we were creditworthy. They took the card away to carry out credit checks on us.My wife and I knew we were ok for a credit check as we did not owe any money to anyone and we had already informed them that our house was paid for with no mortgage and we had no debts as we pay cash for everything. When the credit card was returned we were informed that all was in order and we were congratulated and escorted to a room containing a rather stern-looking gentleman. Whilst in this room the gentleman appeared very strict and orderly without any friendliness. He read out a long list off acts from a sheet and at the end he asked if we understood what he had said. We were fairly exhausted by this time and felt compelled with the atmosphere not to ask any questions. He placed the papers across the table, pointing where to sign. It felt a relief to leave the room afterwards and I said to my wife that this person seemed to be there, not to give assurance, but to get the business done and over with. It was not a comfortable meeting, and was in stark contrast to our treatment in the sales room. We were not told of any cooling off period before or after signing the final forms.That night I felt so sick and I hardly slept, the enormity of what we had signed for had sunk in. I felt totally stressed and this had all happened within 24 hours of arriving in Tenerife. The next morning Mr Gordon came to our room with a bottle of celebratory wine for us. I told him how I felt and he told me that this was a normal reaction to many of his clients and that it was alright and we would soon see the benefits and to relax and enjoy the remainder of our holiday, which he had arranged for the remainder of the week in Beverly Hills.I think at this stage we still didn’t understand the timeshare implications and what we had bought into. Our understanding was that we had taken out a loan, organised by Resort Properties, for up to 18 months, which we would pay off after they sold the timeshare and the interest would be ours. This scheme would continue year after year. We were not informed about maintenance fees or any other consequential costs except for the fact that we may have to pay up for a further 6 months after their initial “one year free payments” had expired (£3,000 plus), then the loan would be paid off. We received a maintenance fee letter in January 2009 which came as a total shock to us.After arriving home in the UK we received a cheque as promised for £3,000 + (cannot remember exact amount) for the first yeas repayments to Barclays Finance. This reassured us at the time that there were no problems.I returned to work in the Middle East on 21st July 2008 and did not see any correspondence until we returned home again in late December 2008. 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We were treated with friendliness and familiarity and we felt as if we were part of the team, that we were there for the benefit of ourselves and the Resort company.The following day, Mr Gordon called upon us in our apartment and said he had a great investment opportunity for us and for us to go to the office with him. When we arrived, he showed us a video that was being displayed on the TV monitors and some glossy brochures of the Sunseeker Boats that were only for investment with trusted customers. He pointed out that all the other people in the room were investing in the “Boat Scheme”. The other sales rep`s were pointing to the monitors and we noticed lots of people looking at videos like we were. We were taken to the Yacht Marina in Los Cristianos and given a personal tour around the boat. There were four boats moored up at the time. 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Again, Mr Gordon and Mr Carl pressurised us using the benefits of this deal as the incentive to sign up.We used all our life savings on this transaction form our long-term savings account. It was pointed out that every day the boat was hired out and after the first 2 years the profits were totally ours and we had this for life.We have not received any money from this investment and have never seen the boat since that day.September 2009We again returned to Beverly Hills for my birthday, early September 2009. During this time, Mr Carl approached us with another deal that had to be closed by the end of that day. He told us that a lady had a Presidential Suite that she needed to dispose of immediately as she was going through a divorce and needed to sell quickly. He initially asked for £10,000 for one week exclusive use of the apartment. I informed him that following the purchase of the Sunseeker Yacht week in June that year, i could not afford this. In the end he was talking aggressively as I was deliberating about this and he said that he could not get anyone else at this late stage and I felt responsible for this. My wife said she needed the money for a new car and Mr Carl tersely told her she could get a car at anytime. I was offered the apartment at a knock-down price of 8,340€ (£6,950) which i paid cash for by transfer from my UK bank. This occupancy I believe was for 60 years through my family.Following our visits to Tenerife Beverly Hills in 2009 I have not returned to Tenerife until now as I am afraid of visiting Resort Properties. Not a day passes in my life when I do not think of how I was duped by these unscrupulous people working in Beverly Hills. 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