It was confirmed that on the 6th June 2019 another Spanish timeshare resort Club Paradiso/Paramount has closed its doors. The company that manages the resort is Excel Hotels & Resorts and their website is no longer available, phones jump to voicemail with only security remaining on site. Various sources are stating that their timeshare owners cannot use their weeks. We have also been informed that members are being moved to other Silverpoint resorts but they would have to pay for the transfer as Excel is not honoring any payments made.
For owners of this resort, alarm bells start to ring about their initial investment. No one really knows at this point what is going to happen however, it has been reported that Silverpoint and Excel are currently in the middle of a dispute.
For all members of this resort, it is likely that they will no longer be able to use Club Paradiso/Paramount and if they wanted to make a claim against the resort (if applicable) the advice would be that this is a clear breach of contract.
Other resorts are facing liquidity problems and more insolvencies are expected.
With this in mind we urge anyone who is unhappy with their resort who feels they were mis-sold to seek professional advice sooner rather than later.
For new enquiries ECC have recently launched an exclusive offer to give timeshare owners a mini-break hotel stay in either Costa Del Sol, Spain or one of their satellite offices across the UK.
Can I Claim? Can I Walk Away? Can I Ignore?
ECC along with their legal associated law firms are one of the leading companies paving the way for claims/payouts against the timeshare industry.
Our successes at court are upsetting the timeshare industry who are using Kwikchex.com together with the Timeshare Task Force and Timeshare Business Check to fabricate false accusations against claims companies and in particular ECC who are at the forefront.
Despite the chronicled history of mis-selling and illegal contracts Kwikchex have never condemned or criticised any timeshare resort. The primary income for any timeshare resort is new sales income plus management fee revenue and arrears. Over the years, ECC have relinquished several thousand timeshares thus depleting the overall maintenance fee income.
Associate Spanish law Firm M1 Legal who specialise in timeshare contract law reported the following latest victories since beginning of July.