Neil Mendoza and Michael Girvin, who were convicted in December 2014 of offences relating to misleading consumers, have been ordered to pay £30,000 and £100 respectively.
Mendoza and Girvin used typical scare tactics, falsehoods and pressure to persuade timeshare owners to pay monies for assistance that was not actually being provided.
See details of the news article – http://www.exeterexpressandecho.co.uk/Crooked-Exeter-timeshare-salesman-repay-30-000/story-28099143-detail/story.html
Timeshare Business Check Profile for Neil Mendoza
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