You could try and swap your week, exchange it, or rent it out, this will take up a lot of your time, and in some cases money for administration and amending fee. In some cases our clients after spending yet more money and time in this pursuit, they were still left with their ownership of weeks and paying maintenance without being able to use your property. We recommend exercising your right to terminate your contract, with new legislation and a lot of mis-sold contracts our team can access your contract free of charge and legally pursue for termination. In some extreme cases following timeshare case assessment our clients have been entitled to their money back and compensation.
I can no longer holiday within my purchased weeks, what shall I do?