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Do you admit to signing it please?
Hi, no I never signed anything and I said at the preliminary hearing I had never seen the contract, which is all true. But rather stupidily I did admit to joining the timeshare. Is there any way I can get out of it?
Was that in evidence you said that or just at the CMC?
Hi, what is the CMC? I had a preliminary hearing, the judge asked me if I had ever seen the contract before, I said no. The person taking me to court admitted I never signed it. So I have never signed anything. Can I not just say for my defense I never signed anything and did not agree to those terms so I have nothing to defend? Or because I admitted to being in their timeshare for a short while it is too late for that? I just need to know one way or the other so I can either negotiate or continue my defense.
I joined a boat timeshare, but never signed anything. They promised me no hidden costs and 6 weeks holiday, I only got 2 weeks holiday and then they doubled the costs. So I said this is breach of contract and I am walking away. I paid £3000 for a 2 week holiday worth about £600. But they continued charging me, they now want another £3000.
I just want out of the contract. I never signed anything. But have admitted in a preliminary hearing that I did join the timeshare, but never saw or signed the contract (which those taking me to court have admitted), I never signed anything.
If I am still obliged and owe then the money, I need to negotiate now, before it goes to court.
Hi, I never signed anything, but I admitted to the judge in the preliminary hearing that I was part of the syndicate.
Hi, in my written defense I admitted I joined the syndicate, rather stupidly. Even though I never signed anything.
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