Football Star’s Link to Timeshare Mis-selling

Apr 8, 2019 | Blog, Newsletters

David Brown from The Times published a great article last week about famous footballer stars Ryan Giggs and Gary Neville commenting on their connection to a Maltese timeshare resort which is in the spotlight for mis-selling timeshares and related loan agreements brokered by unregulated introducers. Our legal associates M1 Legal were also mentioned being the lawyers that instigated the investigation on behalf of many Azure clients that they represent.

You can preview or read the full article if you are a subscriber to the Times by clicking the link below:

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/gary-neville-s-link-to-alleged-mis-selling-of-malta-timeshares-pfxq0tznv

Below is a copy of the page as printed in The Times on Thursday February 21st 2019.

This story has received huge interest and as previously commented by one of our legal associate lawyers Adriana Stoyanova: “this could be the next financial scandal.”

Another interesting article – Diamond Resorts alleged customer deception – you can read the article by clicking the link:

https://legalnewsline.com/stories/511068673-diamond-resorts-settles-with-arizona-to-pay-800-000-for-alleged-customer-deception

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