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Spanish Supreme Court rules that ANFI Timeshares were mis-sold and orders full refunds of up to €53000 to Timeshare Owners. Are you also affected?

The Anfi Group of Gran Canaria operates one of the most aggressively marketed Timeshare resorts in Europe and the ground-breaking Spanish Supreme Court judgment of January 2015, and similar cases that have followed, have set legal precedents with wide-reaching consequences for Anfi Timeshare owners.

In January 2015, the Spanish Supreme Court ruled in favour of Timeshare owner Mrs Tove Grimsbo, declaring that Anfi Sales SL were guilty of mis-selling Timeshare in breach of Spanish and European Law. The Court ordered that the contract was null & void and ordered Anfi to refund a total of €40000 to Mrs Grimsbo, including the original purchase cost and subsequent maintenance fees.

In this case, the Court ruled that Anfi had broken two specific laws. Firstly, Anfi had required that Mrs Grimsbo paid a deposit within the statutory 14-day cooling off period; and secondly, Anfi had sold the Timeshare contract "in perpetuity", which effectively committed Mrs Grimsbo (and her next of kin) to paying timeshare maintenance fees to Anfi for ever.

Further judgments against Anfi and other timeshare groups have followed, with additional legal precedents being set regarding upgrades/trade-ins, "floating weeks" and other instances of mis-selling, with Timeshare owners being awarded full refunds of up to €53000.

If you have Anfi or other Spanish Timeshare, please try our Claims Calculator to estimate how much you could claim if mis-selling can be proven - or call our Anfi hotline on 0203 807 3388 / 0800 102 6070 to speak to an Anfi expert now.

Timeshare Advice Centre provides independent, expert advice and services to members of many types of timeshare, points and holiday ownership schemes - and we have already helped a high number of Anfi Timeshare owners who were looking for a way out of their long-term membership contracts.

Now, in light of all the recent Court judgments, we strongly recommend that Anfi owners seek immediate independent advice to see if one or more of these legal precedents affect their own Anfi Timeshare contracts.

To find out your options for getting out of your Anfi Timeshare and to see whether you may qualify for a full refund due to Anfi's mis-selling practices, please complete the short SEE YOUR OPTIONS form or call one of our specialist Anfi advisors now on 0203 807 3388 / 0800 102 6070.

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For FREE expert advice on how to solve your Timeshare problems and to see whether you may have been mis-sold, please call one of our friendly advisors now on 0203 807 3388 / 0800 102 6070 or use the short form above to see your options.

We'll listen to your concerns, then advise you on your best options for exiting your Timeshare contract and whether you have potential grounds for a mis-selling claim.

Your Stories

9th October 2017 - Mr Martin C - Anfi Group

"I paid a deposit in 2007 for a fixed week in Anfi del Mar Beach club. Had to use finance for the purchase with monthly instalments. It’s a rip-off, you get sucked in with their sales pitch and scare-mongering about prices of holidays, but with maintenance fees, flights, meals and everything it works out really expensive in the end."


10th August 2017 - Mr Roger B, Hampshire - Anfi

"My son bought an Anfi timeshare in 2006 but could not afford payments after the first year so I took it over and transferred the title to myself in June 2010. To make the timeshare usable for my self I upgraded to 2 bed flat, even at that time I was told the flats were an investment which could be sold on at any time."


1st August 2017 - Mr Leonard B - Anfi

"2 weeks floating at Gran Anfi. Have deed certificate. Purchased one week in Puerto Anfi in 2001. Upgraded to two weeks in Gran Anfi 2002. £23000 paid in full, £11K and then 12K in successive years. Annual maintenace is now £1200. Options please?"


1st August 2017 - Mr Dean F, Somerset - Anfi

"We were sold a timeshare at Anfi del Mar in 2005 for a fixed week. They said it was in perpetuity and my contract states unlimited. Is this legal?"


22nd July 2017 - Mr C A, West Midlands - Anfi Group

"I paid in full for the timeshare at cost of £10,000 for bi-annual, but I've never been able to use it since then."


21st July 2017 - Miss Corinne M, Argyllshire - Anfi Group

"I wanted to know if you still had to be in the timeshare contract to seek anything. I had a particularly bad time with Anfi in Gran Canaria 11 years ago and eventually managed to pay to get out if it."

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