No - my husband was cold called while I was at work and he was offered a holiday for £149.00 providing we attended a presentation lasting 90 minutes maximum.
We arrived in Tenerife and was asked to present ourselves at Eze Groups office (which was situated on the complex where we were staying) where we were then very strongly persuaded to buy their product. We eventually signed up for it simply to get away - we were there from 10:30am - 3:45pm. We'd bith had enough by then.
No it was for a holiday club. We signed 19 March 2015 but we have not tried to cancel it as we were told at the time there was no colling off period. Their legal officer informed us of that whilst I was actually signing the document.
Not sure without checking the agreement which I can't do at the moment as I'm in work but I would say Tenerife?
Sould I respond to their letter informing them of this?What if it is not governed by Tenerife and it is a EU conuntry? Can they still chase us for the money?
I thought that in Tenerife they didn't have a cooling off period and that it was only a regulation in the UK?