Over the past couple of days Inside Timeshare has received more questions from concerned readers regarding the so called law firms in Tenerife: Litigious Abogados, Litigar Abogados, Abogacia Española, Fernando Holaci and the Procurado Davido Harstun Jaime.
This website was created on 5 January 2017, so is just 3 months old yet they are claiming victory over Resort Properties, where the “Director Kevin Baker” pleaded guilty. Strange that? The same name was the director of Club la Costa from Litigious Abogados and other resorts in previous letters, who also pleaded guilty.
This website is exactly the same as the previous ones except for the logo and minor changes. All photos are the same including the lawyers with two new names: Manuel Torres Privlo and Ramon Quena Cinol. Even using the same photographs as on the other sites.
Again the letters state that the client has been awarded a substantial amount in compensation, including a very good copy of the court’s sentence. This again bears stamps, which to those not familiar with Spanish court documents would believe are genuine.
As in the previous articles the modus operandi is the same, to receive this wonderful payout all the client has to do is pay the procurator Davido the tax and the money will be released. Once again the client receives a colour photocopy of the cheque. This is issued on a Banesto cheque, which as we know was taken over completely in 2012 and merged with Santander. They stopped using Banesto cheques, cards and logo very soon after.
The address given is: Calle de Valentín Sanz, 16, 14, Piso 38, 002 Santa Cruz De Tenerife.
Which does exist, but number 16 looks like a fashion shop, but next door at number 14 there are plaques on the wall for a notary and abogado, but not the ones named on the website.
The telephone number is: Freephone: 0800 802 1 778
with the email: email@example.com
This is indeed a very sophisticated operation, documents, letters, cheques and bank drafts do look very convincing. The standard of English on the letters is also very good, which again suggests an educated native English speaker is involved
Inside Timeshare cannot stress enough that on no account should you part with any money or even take any notice of the so called windfall that you have been told is waiting for you. Courts do not issue cheques.
If you have had any correspondence from any of the companies listed in previous articles or this new one, contact Inside Timeshare and we will point you in the right direction.
Links to previous articles or search Litigious Abogados, these have full lists of all names used:
Remember it pays to do your homework.