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Litigious Abogados: The Family Gets Bigger!

This family is certainly growing fast, the fake law firm from Tenerife has given birth to another fake lawyers office.

This one is called Armando Gareca Abogados, this one also has an office in Madrid as well as Tenerife, and according to their website, they are also engaged in law practice in Argentina.

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Armando Garcia

The website was created on 20 May 2017 so is only 12 days old, the owner is also hidden by a privacy protection service.

http://armandogarecaabogados.com/

It is exactly the same layout as all the others, with some new photographs added, one in particular shows a “lawyer” with the Argentinian flag behind him. They also show several official logos just to add credibility to their “firm”.

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Agustin Bigote Pringata

The scenario is the same as all the others, your timeshare company is being taken to court and you can be included in the case, you only have to pay the procurator fees to be included. Then, yes, you have guessed it, within weeks you have won your case and the cheque is waiting for you. But to receive this wonderful cheque you have to pay the “TAX”, probably the same amount as we have seen with the others, 10% of the awarded amount.

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Balthazar Fermid Nisberas

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Domingo Barlotes Miriendel

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Juan Firmid Mantadiz

The address they give in Tenerife is:

38002, Edificio 14, Calle de Valentín Sanz, 16, Santa Cruz De Tenerife, Spain

This address is the same for Abel Garcia and Abogacia Española, mentioned in previous articles, with the following telephone numbers:

For Tenerife:

Telephone: Freephone: 0800 802 1 885

Tenerife: 0034 822 680 067

For Madrid:

Calle del Halcón, 36, 402c, 28025, Madrid

Telephone: Freephone: 0800 802 1 778

Madrid: 0034 910 604 232

For Argentina:

Alsina 478, Salta, Argentina

Telephone: Argentina: 0054 387 480 0324

They also show 2 email addresses:

gareca-britishclaims@consultant.com

armando-gareca@consultant.com

The letter which you receive tells when the firm was founded, must admit it is an exact date, Wednesday 27th June 1990. Wow, to be able to remember the day is really impressive. They also give their CIF number (Codigo de Identificación Fiscal) AS201411031, which if their past ones are anything to go by is fake.

This letter opens with an apology for contacting you in this manner, but it was deemed necessary as the number of complaints received by the European Complaints Authority has increased dramatically over the past 12 months. A body which if you google it, doesn’t actually exist.

It then goes on (3 pages worth) about the changes in timeshare law, and how greedy the timeshare companies are, (well we do have to agree with that one). But one of the best paragraphs is where they talk about “bogus and Fraudulent companies”, so are they talking about themselves?

Click on the link below to see the letter.

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There is a new name signing this one; Ramon Quajada Canil, sounds familiar, or is it just another take on the following names from the other members of this “family” (breeding like rabbits):

Ramon Quilnar Canal for Litigious Abogados

Ramon Quenan Cansal for Litigr Abogados

Ramon Quilon Climol for Abogacia Española

Ramon Quena Cinol  for Abel Garcia

At the foot of letter they also shows other official looking bodies, such as Asociación Española de Asesores Fiscal; Asociación Economistas, Colegio de Santa Cruz de Tenerife; Asociación de asesores Fiscales de Canarias.

Don’t be fooled by all this, it is one very clever and well thought out fraud, with new law firms popping up all the time. We just wonder how long before the next one is born!

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If you have had any contact from any of the “Firms” related to this, Inside Timeshare would like to hear from you. Do not be fooled by the amounts they say is there waiting for you. Spain does not operate under no win no fee, and to get a case to court will much more time than this lot would have you believe. The other fact to take into consideration is the name given as a director for all the timeshare companies CLC, Silverpoint, Diamond etc, is the same, Kevin Baker or Kevin Balker, who pleads guilty every time.

For more information on the other articles search Litigious Abogados in the search box at the top right of the page.

Remember, do you homework, if you are not sure contact Inside Timeshare and we will point you in the right direction.

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Abogados Abel Garcia: A New Member to the Litigious Abogados Family.

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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.

There is a new website on the block with another new law firm and lawyer, Abogados Abel Garcia, with Abel Garcia being pictured on the website.

http://abogadosabelgarcia.com/

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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.

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Manuel Torres Privlo

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Ramon Quena Cinol

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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.

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The telephone number is: Freephone: 0800 802 1 778

with the email: garcia-ukclaims@consultant.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

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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:

http://insidetimeshare.com/1059-2/

http://insidetimeshare.com/litigious-abogados-update/

http://insidetimeshare.com/litigious-abogados-latest-information/

http://insidetimeshare.com/litigious-abogados-plot-thickens/

http://insidetimeshare.com/litigious-abogados-new-update/

http://insidetimeshare.com/news-litigious-abogados/

http://insidetimeshare.com/litigious-abogados-plot-gets-thicker/

Remember it pays to do your homework.

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My Thoughts Today: End of January

We began January with an update on “bogus” law firms Litigious Abogados and Litigar Abogados, with the addition of a third firm called Abogacia Española, with the founder being Fernando Holaci. All three websites are the same except for minor alterations such as colour and the names of the founder and the lawyers.

The method of enticing timeshare owners to pay is also very sophisticated, with fake court documents, copies of compensation cheques and official looking documents from the so-called Procurator, Davido Harstun Jaime.

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They begin by sending or calling prospective clients about the court case they are about to conduct against their timeshare company, that they are eligible to participate. In order to be registered on the coming court case, a sum of around 1,500€ is required. This has to be paid quickly as the case is due to be heard within the month.

Once this sum is paid, the client receives another email with the fantastic news that their case has been won, with the court awarding many thousands back to them. All this is done within weeks, a feat not seen in a Spanish court or any other court for that matter. Now comes the main part of the “sting”, in order to get this sum paid out court taxes etc need to be paid first, the amount varies from client to client depending on the court award. But they are in the region of £4000 to £8000. For further information see the link below or search Litigious Abogados in the search area for all the posts.

http://insidetimeshare.com/litigious-abogados-plot-thickens/

Another article published was around a Credits based lifestyle company which popped up on our radar called Keys Concierge. The reason for this article was very simple, it is the link between the director of Keys Concierge, Mr Franz Markus Deutsch and the CEO of Silverpoint / Resort Properties, Mr Mark Cushway.

The company became active in August 2015 and has a credits based system to purchase goods and services. Credits are also “earned” with each purchase and shows substantial discounts on holidays and products. So far there has been no other information come to light.

http://insidetimeshare.com/keys-concierge-another-credits-based-lifestyle-company/

Inside Timeshare with Irene, also broke the news of a settlement between the Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich and Diamond for $800,000 which revolved around “Allegations of Consumer Fraud Act Violations”. This is a story that we have been following all month. (see following articles).

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After the “Breaking News” of the settlement, a joint article by Charles and Irene on the role and use of OPC´s in the timeshare sales cycle. It began with an outline on what regulations various countries in Europe have on controlling how these “scratchcard touts” operate. Going on to explain how they work in the US, with Irene laying out the information they are after. She also spoke about an OPC that she knows personally. It was an insight into how you ended up on the presentation.

This was followed by more Litigious Abogados updates and the article “Thinking of Buying a Timeshare”. It was closely related to the previous article on OPC´s as it explained how the scratchcards work, then going on to ask “Is it worth buying one”?

It came to the conclusion that it depends on what you are after, it also weighed up whether to buy from the developer or a resale. There was also a link to Mike Finn of the Finn Law Group, who also gave some very sound advice.

Again we went across The Great Lake for more news from the US,

http://insidetimeshare.com/timeshare-news-across-atlantic/

In this article Irene gave her analysis of the importance of the Arizona Attorney General’s settlement with Diamond. Irene told the story of the nightmare suffered by Irina Allen and her purchases, along with the fact she had her membership suspended on false allegations of being a “mega renter” with an AirBnB account. She had even been advised by a sales rep to buy more points as renting will help pay the maintenance.

Another article we published was on the subject of plagiarism, this was prompted by posts appearing on the TCA website which more than resembled articles written by myself and Irene. Any author will recognise their own writing style and use of words. Especially as the grammar used by the TCA writers is to say the least very poor.

But, the main point was the use of information not just from Inside Timeshare but also from Canarian Legal Alliance. In all the posts on the TCA site, no mention or accreditation to where  this information had come from. It all appeared  the TCA was taking credit for the information and the Supreme Court victories achieved by CLA. Whenever Inside Timeshare publishes any article that uses information or news from another source, that source is always credited for it. That is the basic rule of any journalist or writer.

http://insidetimeshare.com/tca-using-others-work/

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The next article on US timeshare had a very happy ending, back in November Irene explained that Wyndham had launched “The Ovation” surrender programme. After receiving this news Inside Timeshare contacted one of our readers, Steve, who owned at Wyndham. Due to his personal circumstances he wanted to surrender his ownership, he did not have a claim, so relinquishment was the only option.

It was explained to Steve about the Ovation news and he duly contacted them to surrender his ownership. Within two months he got the news that they had indeed accepted his surrender request. Since then Diamond have also accepted the surrender of his European membership, although due to his statement of events at the point of sale, Diamond are investigating and we hope to report on that in the near future.

http://insidetimeshare.com/wyndhams-ovation-surrender-program-latest-news/

On the day President Trump was inaugurated Inside Timeshare along with Irene published the question “Attorneys General and Timeshare under Trump”. The article explained how the business and politics are linked, including the role of the “lobbyist”.

This was a subject being asked by many owners of timeshare in the US and only time will tell what effect his presidency will have on them.

http://insidetimeshare.com/attorneys-general-timeshare-trump/

In the article “And So it Begins”, it followed Irene being banned from the Diamond Resorts International Members facebook page. The reason, a few thought her posts and links to our articles were political, Inside Timeshare posed the question “what is not political nowadays”?

The real reason of her ban is simple, she asks questions about Diamond, she writes about Diamond, she questions Diamond, she questions the practices of the sales reps, but she also has dialogue with Diamond. She brings to their attention the concerns of thousands of members, she has also had statements from senior Diamond employees which she has used in her articles.

In her following article she called for advocacy in timeshare, highlighting Diamond creating an Advocacy Department, even contacting Maya Pogoda, Diamonds Public Relations Representative, who is also helping to launch the Diamond Advocacy and Clarity programme. But to some on the facebook page she was attacking Diamond, when in reality she and Inside Timeshare are calling for dialogue. Yes we do highlight the ugly, but we also highlight the good.

In another twist to this tale, two more people have been banned from this group, the reason? They have been highlighted in articles by Irene and published on Inside Timeshare, They are Irina Allen and the Saldana family. Do those calling for a ban who are the administrators believe in two sides to a story or are they only interested in promoting their own ego´s, one openly boasts how he owns so many points yet has never actually paid for them, one wonders how he got them? You know who you are and Inside Timeshare awaits your response.

http://insidetimeshare.com/timeshare-advocacy/

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Back to Europe, Canarian Legal Alliance has been hitting the news again, published on the 26 January, was the news of two Supreme Court rulings against Silverpoint / Resort Properties. In the first judgement the court announced that the Club Paradiso product was indeed timeshare and fell under the relevant laws, they also concluded that the client in this case was a consumer not an investor as Silverpoint claimed. This has significant implications for other “Club” schemes operated by other companies.

This case was picked up by The Northern Echo follow the link:

http://www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/news/15045851.Woman_wins_a_landmark_legal_ruling_on_timeshares/?ref=rl&lp=2

Within days there were another two verdicts delivered by the highest court in Spain, again against Silverpoint. In the fourth ruling, the court reiterated the earlier verdict that the “Club” scheme was timeshare, this was in relation to Hollywood Mirage and Beverly Hills Club Vacation package. Now if memory serves me correctly the second ruling on “Club” schemes now puts that into jurisprudence.

 

In the last article this month, Irene gave her views on Diamond’s Clarity programme, she had an interview with Maya Pogoda the Diamond PR and also had comments from Executive Vice President, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer Michael Flaskey. Now if this isn’t creating a dialogue, well I don’t know what is!

This will be followed next month by Part II: How Owners Feel About Clarity.

We have also been informed of a major news item that is just breaking, we hope to have an article on this tomorrow, Irene is busy on it now. But we must remember she is several hours behind us, so watch this space.

Inside Timeshare publishes these articles to keep you informed of the latest news, developments and views in the world of timeshare. Much of it you would never hear about, especially as many forums will remove posts the administrators don’t like. We will continue to publish even if it is controversial, that is what we believe in, the freedom to question, criticise and comment.

Inside Timeshare would like to thank all those who have contributed to articles this month, either through information or comments, without you the stories would not be there.

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More News on Litigious Abogados

Once again Inside Timeshare has received another email from a concerned reader about Litigious Abogados, he also received an email that he had a case against Diamond and can be included in the forthcoming case.

To get this underway an initial payment of around 1000€ needed to be made, this was payable to the “Court ProcuratorDavido Harstun Jaime. The client did pay this and eventually he received the great news that Diamond Resorts pleaded guilty on 13 December 2016. The strange thing is, if Diamond were going to plead guilty, surely they would have made an out of court settlement, rather than go to trial?

He was informed the court had awarded him around 20,000€, but before this could be released he would need to pay “TAX”, again to the “Court Procurator”. There is also a new twist to this tale, he was informed that this “TAX” would be refunded to him by the UK’s  HMRC (Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs). This would be in June 2017 after the lawyers had made representations in his behalf.

Now, why would HMRC refund any “TAX” paid to a court in Spain or to the Spanish Government?

The plot is certainly getting thicker in order to lend credibility to this operation. Inside Timeshare wonders what the next twist will be.

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This is a full list of the company names and websites with all names that appear on documents and emails:

Websites:

www.litigiousabogados.com/

http://emiliocatillianos.com/

www.litigarabogados.com/

http://manuelamasconde.com/

http://abogaciaespanola.com/

http://fernandoholaci.com/

http://www.davidoharstunjaime.com/

Lawyers:

Manuel Amas Conde for Litigar Abogados;

Emilio Leyes Catillianos for Litigious Abogados;

Fernando Roleba Holaci for Abogacía Española.

Ramon Quilnar Canal for Litigious Abogados;

Ramon Quenan Cansal for Litigar Abogados;

Ramon Quilon Climol for Abogacia Española.

Procurator:

Davido Harstun Jaime.

Addresses:

Litigar Abogados and Litigious Abogados

Calle Duque de la Torre 29, 114, Santa Cruz, Tenerife, this address was not quite correct and should have read: Calle Duque de la Torre, 29 Arona Casco 38640 Arona Tenerife,

Abogacia Española

Calle de Valentín Sanz, 16, Santa Cruz De Tenerife, España.

Staff named on Emails:

Luisa Ernas Fernandez Departamento Legal;

Layla Lavame Fernandez Departamento Legal;

Layla Lavame Carita Departamento Legal;

Maria Sanchez Gotera Departamento Legal;

Madelena Huele Aflores Departamento Legal;

All emails carry the following number: Freephone: 0800 862 0102 and carry this copyright: © 2013 Ilustre Colegio de Abogados de Tenerife. Todos los derechos reservados. European Union Data Protection Directive 95/46/E

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Court Document
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Compensation Cheque issued by the Procurator

 

Luckily for this reader he found the previous articles on Inside Timeshare and this has saved him several thousand euros. Once again this proves you need to do your due diligence before engaging any company, doing your homework will save you money and heartache.

If you have been contacted by any of the companies in this and previous articles, Inside Timeshare would like to hear from you. It is through your information that others can be warned.

 

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Litigious Abogados: New Update

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Further to the articles published on Litigious Abogados and the two other companies, Litigar Abogados and Abogacia Española, Inside Timeshare has recently noticed that Abogacia Española is also the name of the register where you can check the validity of registered lawyers:

http://www.abogacia.es/servicios-abogacia/censo-de-letrados/

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So if you were to conduct a search for Abogacia Española you would in fact come up with that website heading the page. This would give you the confidence to believe that they were in fact a legitimate law firm.

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As we have stated before in our articles, there are many ways in which “bogus” operations will attempt to confuse you, using actual or similar names to legitimate companies, including using their website names albeit with different domains for example .com, .co.uk, .me, etc.

The more that we look into this operation the more it becomes apparent that it is very sophisticated indeed. From very genuine looking court documents to the letters and copies of the cheques that clients receive.

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Court Sentence (Right click to enlarge)

Along with the fact that all three websites are the same except for the names of the so-called lawyers, none who appear on the official Abogacia Española register, is proof enough that this is setup to fleece you of your hard earn cash.

Following is a list of all websites associated with these companies:

litigiousabogados.com

http://emiliocatillianos.com/

litigarabogados.com

http://manuelamasconde.com/

abogaciaespanola.com/

fernandoholaci.com/

www.davidoharstunjaime.com/

Names appearing on emails:

Luisa Ernas Fernandez Departamento Legal

Layla Lavame Fernandez Departamento Legal

Layla Lavame Carita Departamento Legal

Maria Sanchez Gotera Departamento Legal

Madelena Huele Aflores Departamento Legal

If you have received any call or email from any of these or similar firms purporting to be lawyers claiming against your timeshare company or resort, Inside Timeshare would like to hear from you. We will also help you to make official complaints to the relavent authorities, this may not help to get any money paid back into your account, but it will help to have operations such as this closed down. Remember any payment made by any other means than a credit card, that money is almost certainly lost.

If you are unsure as to the legitimacy of any company, Inside Timeshare will do its utmost to find the truth for you.

As we always say it pays to do your homework, it will save you money and a lot lot of heartache.

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Litigious Abogados: The Plot Thickens

 

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Back in September 2016 Inside Timeshare published the article Litigious Abogados Who Are They? This followed a warning published by Mindtimeshare on 23 September about a so-called law firm Litigious Abogados. They also highlighted another firm in July 2016 called Litigar Abogados, it turned out that both websites apart from lawyers names were exactly the same, even sharing the same address: Calle Duque de la Torre 29, 114, Santa Cruz, Tenerife, this address was not quite correct and should have read: Calle Duque de la Torre, 29 Arona Casco 38640 Arona Tenerife, which when checked on Google Street View it turns out to be the Oficina del Servicio de Atención Ciudadana, the equivalent to the Citizens Advice Bureau of the local council.

Since then another has been highlighted called Abogacia Española, with the website:

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http://abogaciaespanola.com/

 

This website again is identical to the other two, this time showing a different address: Calle de Valentín Sanz, 16, Santa Cruz De Tenerife, España, with the telephone number: 0800 802 1758.

 

The following is the website for the founder Fernando Holaci

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http://fernandoholaci.com/

All three websites show a photograph of the founders of the companies:

Manuel Amas Conde for Litigar Abogados;

Emilio Leyes Catillianos for Litigious Abogados;

Fernando Roleba Holaci for Abogacía Española.

 

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The only problem is they all have the same photograph, it could be that they are identical triplets!

Since the original articles more documentation has been sent in by a reader ( we shall call him Mr X) who was almost taken in by Litigious Abogados, unfortunately he had already paid them around 1200€ for procurator fees, and was about to pay more when he found the original article.

Below is the original contact letter he received telling him about the case against his timeshare company. They state “we are officially recognised by the high Court of Santa Cruz”, their “lawyers are legally authorised to operate in any Court of Law in Spain” and they “are currently working in conjunction with the Spanish Authorities”. This is signed by Ramon Quilnar Canal of the Reclaim Department.

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Ramon Quilnar Canal has a photograph in the Litigation, Civil law section of the Litigious website, problem is it the same photo on the other two websites, with the following names:

Ramon Quenan Cansal on the Litigar website;

Ramon Quilon Climol on the Abogacia Website.

 

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These picture are more than likely to have been downloaded from the net from lawyers images on google etc.

Now to the court case.

Mr X then received a letter with the amount that needed to be paid to the Court Procurator Davido Harstun Jaime, this was originally 1,312€ reduced to 1,201€ and was refundable. Once he agreed to this he would be included in the case, which was to be heard on 15 November 2016. The website and address for Davido Harstun Jaime the Procurator is:

http://www.davidoharstunjaime.com/

Avenida Juan Carlos I, Edificio Valdez, Oficina 604-605 B, 38618, Arona, Tenerife.

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Then in a letter dated 17 October 2016 Mr X is informed that the hearing on 15 November was successful and he had been awarded the grand total of 32,449€ not a bad sum. It may be a clerical error but we did not think that time travel was yet possible!

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Mr X was then informed that the money had been lodged with the “Procurator” and a cheque had been made out in his name (he received a copy by email to confirm). Only snag is he must first pay the tax to the court procurator to release the funds. This amounted to around 6,800€, unfortunately he could not afford that amount and informed Litigious of this.

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They then informed him of some good news, after a conversation with the lawyer liaison Richard Lehmen, a meeting was held and as a goodwill gesture they would pay 50% of these fees on his behalf. Mr X would pay this back when he received his money. A cheque was made out to the Procurator and a copy sent to Mr X. This letter was signed by Simone Maro Malivaz (Abogado).

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Inside Timeshare has made substantive checks on all the named lawyers and none have shown up on any Bar Association Register, nor have the companies shown up on company house records.

All the emails Mr X has received have been signed by the following:

Luisa Ernas Fernandez Departamento Legal

Layla Lavame Fernandez Departamento Legal

Layla Lavame Carita Departamento Legal

Maria Sanchez Gotera Departamento Legal

Madelena Huele Aflores Departamento Legal

All emails carry the following number: Freephone: 0800 862 0102 and carry this copyright: © 2013 Ilustre Colegio de Abogados de Tenerife. Todos los derechos reservados.

European Union Data Protection Directive 95/46/E

This is a very sophisticated operation and for anyone who does not know the legal or tax systems in Spain it looks very plausible. Once again Inside Timeshare urges anyone who receives any calls, email or letters stating that their timeshare company is being prosecuted or that they have won a substantial amount in compensation to be very careful. Unless you have personally instructed a law firm, signed a power of attorney with a notary for them to act on your behalf, then there is no case. Also court taxes and government tax are paid when the case is lodged with the court by your instructed law firm.

This story proves the point that doing your homework and due diligence is the most important thing to save you possibly thousands. If you require any information about any company that has contacted you with anything similar or even by any of these contact Inside Timeshare and we will look into them for you. It will also help other readers not to be taken in.