One of Costa conman Garry Leigh's last acts before he died in a cycling accident this summer was to moan that our warning about his latest outfit was "misleading conjecture".
This week, the Office of Fair Trading has announced that it is taking three firms within Leigh's timeshare
empire to court for - oh, just fancy that - "misleading" their customers.
owners stung by rocketing fees were lured into presentations by Incentive Leisure Group, Personal Travel Group and Geo Demographic Market Research Ltd, AKA the Direct Marketing Partnership Group Ltd, where they believed they could get shot of their contracted weeks.
But they were instead sold "very expensive" holiday club memberships and some were also invited to join "what appears to be a pyramid scheme", said the OFT.
The watchdog believes Leigh's firms "engaged in aggressive and misleading sales techniques".
It also said that they denied their clients the right to cancel.
Leigh's sidekicks, including Keith Barker (below) and Kimberley Bambroffe (above, with Garry), face similar action.
We understand that all those involved have denied the claims.