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Another New Name to the Litigious Abogados Family

Once again information has come to Inside Timeshare on another name to add to the family of “fake Lawyers” in Tenerife which is part of the Litigious Abogados family, Abogados Canarias.


Their website

Was registered on 8 November 2017 and is under a privacy registration through GoDaddy.

There are also a few new “lawyers” names to add to the previous ones, along with new faces, these are:

Manuel Cilavoz Varintosabogados-canarias-manuel-cilavoz-varintos-300x300

Manolo Derban Ferolitaabogados-canarias-manolo-derban-ferolita

Juan Cretedos Dolabarisabogados-canarias-juan-cretedos-dolabaris

Fernando Siltal Crostenaabogados-canarias-fernando-siltal-crostena

According to their website, the firm was founded on Monday 2 July 1990, by Manuel Cilavoz Varintos, which is again the same precise date as all the others. Which is not surprising as the websites are identical apart from the name of the law firm, the lawyers names, emails and address, even the logo is very similar to previous ones.

4 Calle de S. Francisco, Santa Cruz De Tenerife


This address is genuine, but according to google street view the plaques on the wall for the two lawyers offices situated there do not show these names. So once again could the actual law firms located there know that their address is being used?

They show 2 telephone numbers, the freephone number which is UK, but through the internet can be answered anywhere in the world. The other looks like  a Santa Cruz de Tenerife premium rate number.

Freephone: 0800 802 1662

Tenerife Tel: 0034 822 680 088

Again the email addresses given are for the free email service so are not even linked to the website.



The procedure is the same as all the other “fake firms” which have been highlighted in the past, your timeshare company is being taken to court, usually within the next few weeks, you can be part of this case, but a fee will need to be paid to the Procurador.

Within weeks of this being paid you will receive a document stating that the director (could it be one of the old names or possibly a new one), pleaded guilty and the court has awarded you a substantial amount. You may also receive a copy of the court cheque with your name on it and the amount. But again to release this money taxes will need to be paid, usually around 21% of the awarded amount.

Once this has been paid, if the old scam is running the same, you will receive an envelope posted from Tenerife airport, this will have a copy of the court document awarding you the money. The problem is the envelope will be open and the cheque missing.

As in the previous scams, another company will be in touch stating they have been appointed by the court to investigate the missing cheque and get the money back from the bank. Just wondering if the cheque has been cashed by that gang of Romanians again?

Obviously, this new company will also want paying before they can work on retrieving the money for you.

Remember, unless you have instructed a law firm of lawyer to start proceedings on your behalf, you will not have a case in court. Also cases do not get heard that quickly, most will take around 14 months to actually get to court.

There is also the point of taxes to be paid on the awarded amounts, this is not true, there are no taxes to be paid. As for the Romanian gang cashing the cheques, courts do not issue cheques, we wait to see if they are still using the bank Banesto, which has not existed since 2012!

We will keep you posted as new information comes in.

Today Rip Off Britain highlighted this group of “fake lawyers” in their programme, they showed the address used by Litigious Abogados which Inside Timeshare highlighted back in September 2016, Calle Duque de la Torre, 29 Arona Casco 38640 Arona Tenerife. As we stated at the time this office is for the Oficina del Servicio de Atencion Ciudadana, which is the equivelent of the Citizens Advice Bureau.

All the addresses that the various incarnations of this company has used are for other legitimate law firms or Council Offices. Obviously when a search is done on the internet such as Google Earth, they show up as genuine addresses.

It must also be noted that Canarian Legal Alliance has made denuncias to the Police on this matter as several of their own clients have been taken in by them. Much of the information they have supplied to the authorities has been from the research Inside Timeshare has provided. This matter is subject to an ongoing investigation and is being taken seriously by the Guardia Civil.

Search Litigious Abogados in the search box for all articles relating to this.
If you have been contacted by this or any other “law firm” and want to know if they are genuine, contact Inside Timeshare, we will check them for you and point you in the right direction.

Stay safe, do your homework and double check any company that contacts you with a wonderful story that your timeshare company is about to be taken to court.


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Litigious Abogados: Another New Name to Add to the Family


Yesterday a new name to the ever growing Litigious Abogados family was named, Amador Galeca Abogados, the website was born on 18 July 2017, so is only two months old. Yet according to their website they have over 15 years presence on the net, and they claim to have been a law firm for over 25 years.

Amador Malodan Galeca

The owner registration details are privacy protected but the site is registered by GoDaddy.

The website is exactly the same as all the others that have come before, the only difference is in the photographs and names of the lawyers. This new website now shows some new faces with names that are either variations of previous ones or newly made up.

Simono Maenga Arlovas
Manuel Pralge Namblib
Balthathar Hirmod Nisbelam

The address they give on the website is very familiar as it has been used before, Calle de V. Sanz, N14, 16, 38002 Santa Cruz de Tenerife, (it is actually Calle de Valentin Sanz). Number 14 does have a plaque on the wall by the door for an Abogado, but it is not this one here. (We just wonder if this lawyer knows his address is being used).

They use a freephone number: 0800 802 1223 and the email address:

We will hazard a guess here, but we suspect that the story is going to be along the lines of all the other members of this fake family, your timeshare company or resort is about to be taken to court, for a fee you can also be included in this case. We wonder if the Procurador, who will need to be paid, is one of those we have seen before, or whether a new name will be used, no doubt that will be answered within the next few weeks, as other readers contact us with new information.

If the past antics are anything to go by, within weeks of paying the money, the “client” will receive a fake copy of the court sentence, along with a photocopy of a Banesto cheque with the awarded amount printed with their name on it. (Remember Banesto has not existed since 2012).


There will also be an accompanying letter stating in English that the director of the company pleaded guilty to all charges, (anyone fancy a wager that it will be Keith Baker or Keith Balker). You will then be asked to pay 21% of the awarded amount as tax to have the cheque released, which will arrive by post. Only problem is that it will never arrive, the envelope will be open, a letter from the court will be there but no cheque.

Now we go to stage three of this very clever operation, you will receive from another company a letter stating they have been appointed by the court, they are to investigate a Romanian gang who stole and cashed a cheque with your name on it. They will also pursue the bank to recover the money for you, you only have to pay them 10% of the cheque value. As we say this is a very clever ongoing sting. So far we don’t yet know what happens next, we have not come across anyone who has made it to stage four. But we do suspect that in order to get the money that has been recovered, another “TAX” will need to be paid.

These claims always sound fantastic, the amounts of money they promise you and in such a short space of time are designed to play on your emotions, then slowly drain away all your money before you realise what has happened.

Our only advice is if you are contacted by any company that tells you a case is about to go to court against your timeshare company or resort, then with a fee you can be included,



If you are unsure how to check any company that makes these promises, or just need confirmation, contact Inside Timeshare and we will point you in the right direction.

Join us tomorrow for another Friday’s Letter from America with Irene Parker, along with some news from Europe that is just breaking.

Follow the links for the whole Litigious Abogados story.



The Monday Briefing

Well, here we go the start of another week in the world of timeshare, over the weekend Inside Timeshare has received numerous enquiries regarding companies offering a variety of services.

One reader who unfortunately has been taken in by Armando Gareca Abogados and the Litigious Abogados family. They have paid Ricardo Sannino a substantial amount of money, they have since tried to contact them by telephone, but the number is out of service. Not a very good sign.

number no longer in service

To recap on how the scam works, timeshare owners are contacted usually via email and informed that a case has been filed at court against their timeshare company / resort, they can be included in the upcoming case (usually within the next few weeks). They are told how much they will receive and when this will happen, in order to have their case included in this prosecution, the procurator fees must be paid. This will be around 10% of the amount being claimed.

Within weeks, you receive confirmation that your case has been successful, that the Director, usually a Keith Baker or Keith Balker, has pleaded guilty. This name has been used as the director of the following companies:

Diamond; Club la Costa; Resort Properties / Silverpoint; Incentive Leisure Group / Designer Way Vacation Club, Club Class Concierge and several others.

Not bad really, the same person acting as director for many rival timeshare companies, who also pleads guilty to every case!

Part of the confirmation that you have been awarded this substantial amount is a copy of the “court” order verifying the amount and a copy of a cheque with your name and the amount on it. The problem is the cheque is made out on a Banesto cheque, this bank no longer exists, it was taken over in 2012 by Santander, who subsequently removed all Banesto logos and name from all cheques cards etc.


To receive this lovely amount, “tax” needs to be paid, this is around 21% of the awarded amount. This once again needs to be paid to the Procurador, before he can release the cheque.

So once you have paid this fee, you then receive an envelope by post, but surprisingly it has been opened, document from the court is there, but the cheque is missing. Then comes the next phase to the scam.

You receive a letter from another company, the last one was Manuel Valentin, who states that they have been charged by the court with the task of investigating the disappearance of the cheque and retrieving your money. They inform the client that a gang of Romanians have stolen the cheque and cashed it. Not bad considering the cheque was made out in your name.

In order to do this work, you must once again pay a fee of 10% of the amount, they will then work on your behalf and retrieve this money for you. Guess what, you will never get anything back, you are now several thousand pounds the lighter.

Some facts.

  • You do not have a case at court unless you have personally instructed a lawyer to act on your behalf.
  • Cases at court will take anything from 1 to 2 years to get there, not the weeks this lot say.
  • No cases will have gone to court in August, the courts are closed.
  • No director of any timeshare company or resort is going to plead guilty.
  • Courts do not issue cheques for money awarded. Certainly not using a bank that no longer exists.
  • No company is going to be charged by a court to investigate and retrieve stolen cheques.
  • There is no tax to pay on any awarded amount, Tax would have been paid to the court when your case was filed.
  • Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs will never be involved.
  • Unless your purchase was made in Spain, then you will not have a case in a Spanish court.

If you require any information on court procedures and payments of legal fees and taxes, contact Inside Timeshare and we will explain them to you.

Remember, before you ever pay out any money, do your due diligence and check who the company is, do not be taken in by the large sums these companies say is waiting for you. For the full story over the months search Litigious Abogados in the search box.


Now on with another important story, this involves TimeshareTalk, a forum of timeshare owners, which was once seen as an independent place for the exchange of information and good advice.

Unfortunately there has been some dissention among the long standing members, as we know timeshare talk was the forum set up by the TCA, a once independent consumer website. These entities were sold a few months ago to Mark Rowe of Monster Credits, Hollywood Marketing and fame.

Since his takeover, TCA have been doing nothing but extolling the virtues of of Mr Rowe’s new companies, such as ABC Lawyers. Timeshare talk members have had posts and discussions removed when they mention any of this person’s companies. The forum was no longer seen as the independent place for discussion. Totalitarian Regime practices took effect, the freedom of speech and expression which was the cornerstone of this forum had been eroded.

freedom of speach

But it is not all doom and gloom, many of those long standing members have now setup a new forum, Timeshare Users Forum, to bring in those lost ideals. It is a forum open for any timeshare user to join, you will need to go on the website and register as a user if you wish to participate.

Inside Timeshare has registered and will post any information that may be of interest to users, we will also be there to answer any questions with facts, if we do not know the answer, we will find out for you or point you in the right direction.

Inside Timeshare wishes this new forum the very best, we hope that the old ideals will be resurrected and also look forward to working with the members.

Follow the link to the new Timeshare Users Group Forum

August is almost over, so come September the courts will be back in full swing and we anticipate many more announcements of cases being won in favour of the consumer. Inside Timeshare will be keeping an eye on those announcements and will publish them here.

Tomorrow we will be publishing Part II of Hug your Haters, A Customer Service Message. This is based on the book, Hug Your Haters by Jay Baer, which is apparently available at most airport book stores. It is again written by our US colleague Irene Parker. Then this week’s Friday’s Letter from America will be travelling once again to the Land Down Under, for another installment from Justin Morgan our Antipodean colleague, in Friday’s Letter from Australia, this is titled “What Role Does Private Equity Play in Timeshare?”.

If you have any comments or questions, contact Inside Timeshare and we will try to answer them for you. If you have anything to share regarding your own experiences and would like others to benefit, we will work with you to publish your story.

So that is it for today, remember to do your due diligence, doing your homework will save you a lot of money and stress.


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Another New Member of the Litigious Abogados Family Just Been Born!

In yesterday’s article it was mentioned that it was only time that a new name would surface for the fake law firm which is the Litigious Abogados family, well, after publishing it did surface!


Amador Ganeca Abogados, the new firm and new website, created on 16 June 2017, which looks just like all the rest of them, all that is different are the names. Even the photo’s of the so-called lawyers are the same but with a change of name.

The pitch is the same, there is a trial about to take place against your timeshare resort and you can be part of this on a no win no fee basis. This trial is about to take place within the next few weeks, a date has even been set. It has been estimated that you are due ex-thousands of euros in compensation.



Amador Ganeca aka Armando Garcia

For the case to go ahead, the Procurador needs to be paid to handle the case, we do wonder who the new Procurador is, as there have been several in the past, all with very similar names. Once this is paid, the client will in the next month receive a letter and a “court document” to say that the director of the timeshare resort pleaded guilty, just wondering will it be Keith Baker again?


Manuel Pralgo Namslom aka Balthazar Fermid Nisberas

Now for the good news, you have been awarded 20,000€, they even send a photocopy of Banesto cheque in your name for that amount. Problem is Banesto has not existed as a bank since 2012. Plus courts do not issue cheques.

In order to receive this wonderful sum, you must now pay Spanish Tax! This amounts to around 21% of the awarded amount, once this is paid the court will release the cheque. Fantastic!

Domingo Varlotes Biriendel new photo but  a slight change of name from the one below.

If like in the past, you will receive a brown jiffy bag posted from Tenerife with a letter from the court and the cheque. Only one problem, the envelope is open, the letter is there with a staple on the corner and a torn piece of paper where the cheque should be.







Simone Maengas Arlovaz aka Domingo Barlotes Miriendel

You will then receive a letter from another company that states that your cheque was cashed by a gang of Romanians, this company has been charged with the task of recovering your money from the bank. Great, but to do this they need a payment of at least 10% of the cheques value.


Balthazar Hermid Nisbemas aka Juan Firmid Mantadiz

It makes you wonder how many people have actually been taken in by this particular fraud?

The documents look very genuine, the letters written in English are actually very good, obviously a native, educated speaker. The whole operation is very well planned, the names of the law firms change virtually every couple of months, so they are keeping one step ahead of the authorities. No doubt, once your money is paid into the bank accounts of the Procurador, it is withdrawn and all trace is then lost. As we have said before this is a very sophisticated operation.

If you have been contacted by any of these “law firms”, or any other company that states your timeshare resort is about to be taken or has been taken to court, do your homework. Don’t be taken in by the huge sums of money they say you are due. If you have any doubts, contact Inside Timeshare and we will point you in the right direction.

Follow the links for the whole story.



Here We Go Again: Abel Garcia the Law Firm That Always Wins!

It is only a couple of days since we published the latest article on Litigious Abogados and all the other associated “Law Firms” in Tenerife. This latest effort from the new one Abel Garcia is exceptionally brilliant.


Our reader received the following email:

Dear Mr XXXX,

We are pleased to inform you that an official lodgment has successfully been implemented. Your case can now be pursued with the Santa Cruz courts should you wish to proceed.

Our Lawyer’s office will then liaise with you every step of the way until final settlement is obtained. We have been informed that there are very strong grounds for compensation.

Assuring you of our best attention at all times, we would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your involvement thus far and send you our best regards.

I remain

Yours sincerely

Maria Sanchez Gotera.

Departamento Legal.

This email is confidential and intended for the named recipient only. If you have received this email in error, please notify us immediately and delete the email. You must not copy, distribute, disclose or take any action in reliance on it. This email message and any attached files have been scanned for the presence of any computer viruses.

© 2013 Ilustre Colegio de Abogados de Tenerife. Todos los derechos reservados.

European Union Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC

Fantastic news, he has a case and wonderful grounds for compensation, but there is only one small problem, how can the case go to court?

The purchase was made in the UK in 1999, the company that sold it, is no longer in business, the club to which he became a member is also no longer in business. According to Company House Records, both companies dissolved many years ago, as no date is showing.

So how is this very successful “law firm” able to get this case heard in Santa Cruz de Tenerife?

One, the purchase was not made on Spanish territory, so Spanish timeshare law does not apply, secondly, there is no company or club to take to court as they no longer exist. What is the betting that if this reader had paid the legal fees, in a matter of weeks they would have received what looks like an official court document showing they had won the case and been awarded substantial amounts in compensation. Also I would not be surprised if the Director of the company pleaded guilty and was named as Kevin Baker or Kevin Balker or something revolving around that.

Then there would be the next letter to say that Tax was due to the Hacienda, this would need to be paid before the court could release the cheque. The amount of “TAX” would probably be around 10% to 20% of the compensation amount. If you are unable to afford that then loe and behold, the Lawyer Liaison Mr Richard Lehman would be on hand to negotiate a Pro Bono deal, where the “Partners” would agree to pay 80% of the “TAX” amount, leaving you to only find 20%. They would even show a BBVA cheque to one of the procurators, who incidentally all have very similar names, various bank accounts and the same address.

This amount would then be added to your invoice for payment once you receive the Banesto cheque from the court procurator, one of the Davido’s, Harstun’s, Jaime’s, Jilmo’s, Darston’s or the latest one to come up D Hurstom F400SL, incidentally his first name is “DAVIDO”,  his bank account is with BancaMarch. Also has the same address as the others. They are certainly a big family!

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As we were getting ready to publish this article, our reader has received the following email and the attached letter.

Subject: Reduced Court Fees

Dear Mr XXXX

I hereby attach a letter with very good news from one of our Lawyers Mr Ramon Quena Cinol.                                            

Assuring you of our best attention and care always, we send you our kind regards.

It is important you confirm receipt of this Email and its attachment.

Yours sincerely

Madelena Huele Aflores

Departamento Legal

In this letter, the lawyer Ramon Quena Cinol, states that as the court has accepted further claims against the defendant, there are more grounds for compensation and thus the fees are less than previously stated.

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The case which was lodged on Tuesday 4 March 2017, is due to be heard on 25 April 2017, at the Court of Instruction Number 6, Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Well, well, well!!! What a very fast and efficient service they perform, getting a case lodged and heard in under 2 months!

Inside Timeshare has never known any case to get to court in this speedy manner, this firm of “lawyers” must have very good connections with the courts.

For previous articles in the search box type Litigious Abogados.

Once again Inside Timeshare cannot stress the importance of doing your homework, in the case of this reader, he found the articles just in time, he felt something was not quite right and started his search. Then contacted us for further information with his purchase documents, after checking what he purchased and researching the company, Inside Timeshare was able to tell him that no claim was possible.

If you have been contacted or are in contact with any company, especially one that is offering to “claim” against your timeshare, contact Inside Timeshare and we will point you in the right direction.


Litigious Abogados: Showing Some Charity!

Nothing surprises us here at Inside Timeshare, but sometimes we are a little taken aback. This time it is the very charitable offer from that wonderful group of “lawyers” in Tenerife, Emilio Leyes Castillianos or Litigious Abogados.


Readers of Inside Timeshare have shared with us the latest in this firm’s game plan, our readers informed this company that they could not afford to pay the “Tax” to the Procurator, Darston Jilmo Davida. They also asked for their original fees to the Procurator to be returned, conveniently the lawyer liaison Richard Lehmen did not receive the email.

Instead he had a meeting with the partners of Litigious Abogados and they very generously have offered to pay 80% of the “Tax”. As they state in their lovely letter “ We as a firm, occasionally carry out “Pro Bono” work, to assist those who are unable to pay for services, or, as in your case, pay the imposed tax fees”.

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Above the letter offering the “charity” payment.

They then go on to say “We feel that there is a lot of money at stake for the common good and therefore you were made eligible for this arrangement, however this decision was reached mainly because Mr Richard Lehman explained to us your particular circumstances”. I would guess the “common good” was their own pockets!

I don’t know about you, but this Mr Richard Lehman is a very lovely person and the lawyers are the most charitable I have come across. They are sending a BBVA cheque to the Procurador to the value of 5,384.40 Euros, which is 80%, leaving the client to pay 1,346.10 Euros. They will then invoice them for this amount and add it to the 20% commission upon payment of the compensation cheque.

A previous readers “charity” cheque to the Procurator
Latest “charity” cheque to Procurator












The letter ends with “We trust the above is clear and pledge to be as proficient and professional as you would expect of a company of our standing”. This is signed by Simone Maro Malivas, Abogado. This is a new name to add to the list of “lawyers”.

Also the Procurado seems to take on a new persona, this one is Darston Jilmo Davida, with a bank account at the BancaMarch, Then there is  D Harstun SL with a Banco Sabadell account Harstun Davido Jaime with his account at Bank Santander. Another name was Davido Harstun Jaime, just wondering if they are brothers, or just the same person?

Cuenta Procurador.-page-001 Modified Court Fees-page-001 procurator-page-001Three of the Procurator bank accounts.

The question is how have they managed to set up so many bank accounts, after all many of us who live in Spain had to show so much identification to open up our accounts?

Going back to another firm in this little family living in Tenerife, Legitimos Abogados, one of the named lawyers, Juan Luis Partalabo, one document gives his Colegio de Abogados (bar association) number as 4057. When checked against the bar association registry 10 names come up around Spain, none with this name or the colleges he is supposedly registered in: Madrid; Málaga and Santa Cruz de Tenerife. So this would confirm he is not a registered lawyer.

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So far we have not been able to locate any of the named lawyers in any colegio de Abogados, on mainland Spain the Balearics or the Canary Islands.

Court Document 01 Court_Doc-page-001 Court_Lodgment redacted-page-001Three fake court documents

As we have said before, this is a very well put together operation, we have seen very convincing court documents, copies of cheques with clients names on, wonderful letters offering to “pay the taxes” and to cap it all, the sending of cheques to clients. The only problem the letter was open and the cheques missing. This is then followed up with another letter from another firm, claiming that a gang of Romanians have stolen and cashed the cheques. They have been charged with getting your money back but in order to do this they have to be paid.

The Banesto compensation cheque issued by the “court”

Please remember, courts do not issue cheques, especially on Banesto cheques which were taken over by Santander in 2012 and they stopped using that name. There are no “Hacienda” taxes to be paid for compensation. These cases do not exist, even the best law firm in this field cannot get a case to court within the timescale these have done.

For all the articles on this group of law firms and consultants search Litigious Abogados in the search box.

This is a great example of doing your due diligence, it looks very genuine and to those of you who don’t know how the system works in a foreign country or what the official documents look like, will be taken in. If you have been contacted by any company or law firm that tells you that the court has money waiting for you or that you have a claim, contact Inside Timeshare and we will have them checked for you. There has been a huge proliferation in these types of fraud since the Supreme Court ruled in favour of clients of the Canarian law firm CLA, so do your homework.



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


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.


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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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.

street view

The telephone number is: Freephone: 0800 802 1 778

with the email:

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:

Remember it pays to do your homework.