Court Rejects 6 More Claims Directive Cases
15/12/2010 - Several judges in Las Palmas have rejected 6 more claims by clients represented by Claims Directive, making a total of 11 consecutive rulings in favour of Anfi Group in the last two months."
Claims Directive (also known as Reclaimgc), a company linked to a holiday club in Arguineguin, Gran Canaria, has been criticised by the RDO (International Timeshare Organisation), as well as other European enforcement bodies and timeshare owner groups around Europe for misleading its clients.
Anfi believes that Claims Directive is unscrupulously exploiting vulnerable people who are suffering in the current economic crisis by promising they will be rewarded substantial amounts of money if they take court action against Anfi.
Despite offering their services on a â€œNo Win No Feeâ€ basis, claimants must pre- pay legal costs of up to â‚¬6000 before being legally represented. They are also told their contracts are â€œfrozenâ€ and they can therefore stop all contract payments, be it maintenance fees or finance costs.
This assertion is wholly untrue and clients who do stop payments are in breach of contract with Anfi and their finance companies. They are therefore in danger of losing their timeshare weeks.
Furthermore, in all recent judgments the court has ruled that Anfi acted within the law by entrusting a deposit to a third party and has ordered claimants to pay full court costs.
Anfi is concerned that clients who may already be experiencing financial problems will ultimately find themselves in much worse circumstances if they would be represented by Claims Directive.
Once very vociferous on forums and press releases, Claims Directive have remained silent regarding recent court rulings and have not responded to recent press releases from Anfi or the RDO.
Anfi believes this lack of response is a deliberate measure to keep claimants in the dark regarding the latest rulings. They advise clients to contact the lawyers representing them or Claims Directive for verification of recent court decisions.
For any further information or advice please contact Anfi Customerâ€™s Service Department: www.anfi.com - firstname.lastname@example.org - (+34) 928 152 990; or go to RDO: www.rdo.org - email@example.com"