Rise and Fall of Timeshare in Tenerife
The island of Tenerife is the largest of the Canary Islands and receives around five million tourists each year. Most visitors to the island head to the south, which is hotter and drier and is home to many well developed beach resorts, such as Los Cristianos and Playa de las Americas. This area has many excellent facilities and leisure options including golf courses, waterparks, shopping centres and restaurants. These numerous attractions, the almost guaranteed hot, sunny weather along with cheap flights has kept tourists returning, year after year.
No such thing as a free lunch
Many of these returning tourists have been seduced by the offer of `The Ultimate Experience’. While staying in one of Tenerife’s many resorts, visitors were lured into formal presentations with the promise of a “free” dinner, concert tickets or another incising incentive. Once in the room innocent tourists have, for many years now, been subjected to high-pressure sales pitches which push the benefits of Timeshare. Many of these benefits are highly desirable to tourists, who enjoy the many attractions Tenerife has to offer, and return every year. Some of the benefits pushed by the time-share industry are: Long-term savings over hotels, home-like accommodation, real property ownership, flexibility, less maintenance than a vacation home and the ability to exchange. The expert sales people paint a beautiful picture and for many timeshare sounds like an excellent option, offering, according to the sales pitch, great value for money. But as the Claims Solution Group can attest – not everything promised in a sales presentation has turned out to be true.
A question of ethics
Nevertheless, although Tenerife is a dream destination for many, with attractive sandy beaches and first-rate facilities, for many, who have been sucked into timeshare, it has turned into a nightmare. `The Ultimate Experience’ has turned into a never-ending ordeal. What the highly skilled sales people often failed to outline, are the cancellation terms, which are more often than not very strict and make it very difficult and expensive to get out of or to sell. Although, technically not illegal, as all terms and conditions are written in the small print, the techniques used to push timeshares and the glossing over of many issues, has left many buyers claiming the Timeshare Industry is unethical. With maintenance fees continuing to rise, more and more people are looking for a way out.
Claims Solution Group – A way out
So, is there are way out? For many there isn’t an easy solution to the Timeshare Nightmare, but there is a light at the end of the tunnel. There may be a possibility of selling Timeshare, either to an independent buyer or to another Group. There are also other legal options which can be utilised. If you would like further information on how to get out of timeshare, you can contact Claims Solution Group, which is a UK based and registered timeshare release company. http://claimssolutiongroup.com/ / 01887 820143 .