Monster Travel Section 75 Victories

Friday, February 16, 2018

On the 20th July 2017 our “no win, no fee” clients Mr. W won damages, interest and costs in the amount of £9,451.72

We extend our congratulations to Mr. W who has now been repaid the damages they sought!

 

On the 20th July 2017 our “no win, no fee” client Mr. H won damages, interest and costs in the amount of £6,400.00

We extend our congratulations to Mr. H who has now been repaid the damages he sought!

 

On the 20th July 2017 our “no win, no fee” client Mr. S won damages, interest and costs in the amount of £8,146.91

We extend our congratulations to Mr. S who has now been repaid the damages she sought!

 

On the 16th August 2017 our “no win, no fee” clients Mr. S won damages, interest and costs in the amount of £4,941.86

We extend our congratulations to Mr. S who has now been repaid the damages he sought!

 

On the 28th September 2017 our “no win, no fee” client Mr. S won damages, interest and costs in the amount of £9,366.38

We extend our congratulations to Mr. S who has now been repaid the damages he sought!

 

On the 12th October 2017 our “no win, no fee” client Mr. A damages, interest and costs in the amount of £10,513.73

We extend our congratulations to Mr. A who has now been repaid the damages he sought!

 

On the 27th October 2017 our “no win, no fee” client Mr. W won damages, interest and costs in the amount of £8,660.93

We extend our congratulations to Mr. W who has now been repaid the damages he sought!

 

On the 12th December 2017 our “no win, no fee” client Mr.  F won damages, interest and costs in the amount of £5,185.68

We extend our congratulations to Mr. W who has now been repaid the damages he sought!

 

On the 31st January 2018 our “no win, no fee” client Mrs. S won damages, interest and costs in the amount of £6,150.00

We extend our congratulations to Mrs. S who has now been repaid the damages she sought!

 

On the 3rd January 2018 our “no win, no fee” client Mr. D won damages, interest and costs in the amount of £7,647.75

We extend our congratulations to Mr. D who has now been repaid the damages he sought!

 

On the 9th January 2018 our “no win, no fee” client Mr. P won damages, interest and costs in the amount of £9,813.32

We extend our congratulations to Mr. P who has now been repaid the damages he sought!

 

On the 9th January 2018 our “no win, no fee” client Mrs. K won damages, interest and costs in the amount of £12,447.69

We extend our congratulations to Mrs. K who has now been repaid the damages she sought!

 

On the 15th January 2018 our “no win, no fee” clients Mr. C won damages, interest and costs in the amount of £9,296.00

We extend our congratulations to Mr. C who has now been repaid the damages he sought!

 

On the 1st February 2018 our “no win, no fee” client Mr. & Mrs. M won damages, interest and costs in the amount of £750.00

We extend our congratulations to Mr. & Mrs. M who has now been repaid the damages they sought!

 

On the 1st February 2018 our “no win, no fee” client Mr. & Mrs. W won damages, interest and costs in the amount of £12,447.69

We extend our congratulations to Mr. & Mrs. W who has now been repaid the damages they sought!

 

On the 12th February 2018 our “no win, no fee” client Mr. P won damages, interest and costs in the amount of £6,765.00

We extend our congratulations to Mr. P who has now been repaid the damages he sought!

 

The claim flowed from a decision made by our funded client to seek damages for the mis-selling of the product they acquired. Briefly, when this product was sold it was mis-represented and the selling contravenes consumer protection regulations. As the product was paid, in part, by a credit card our funded client was entitled to hold the credit card company liable for the damages they sought.

The particulars of this case are:

Our client was induced by way of a “cold call” or an advertisement to contact Sell My Timeshare, once in contact, Sell My Timeshare claimed the timeshare was worth significant sums and those sums could only be redeemed if our client attended a meeting with them.

 

Our client did attend the meeting and was introduced to Monster Credits (a product they had never heard of, and neither sort, nor wanted). By redeeming the value of the timeshare, they received in exchange Monster Credits.

Our client acquiesced to the sale, paid the sums ask for, and waited 14 months for the promised redemption, which never materialised. Thus, the contract was breached and mis-represented and accordingly damages were awarded.

Our consumer client elected to have their case funded by us and we discharged all the legal fees incurred via our bespoke funding streams. Thanks to TESS PARALEGAL SERVICES LTD and their team our client’s claim was successful