The website apart from a new logo is exactly the same as all the others, although they did seem to get the opening line wrong on this one, it states that “Our company was founded Monday 26th July 1990 by Manuel Selando Hidualdo”, that date in 1990 was in fact a Thursday, not quite attention to detail there!
On the website which was registered 16 January 2018, only a few months ago, they still maintain they have had 15 years presence on the internet, strange how we have never come across them before?
It also shows some new photographs of the lawyers with new names, which once again are very strange names indeed, with a play on some of the older ones. Obviously the photographs of the lawyers are just downloaded from the internet, which you find when searching images of lawyers.
The address is one we have seen before on the website for Abogados Canarias:
Again a search on Google street view shows the address is genuine but again, according to the two plaques on the wall for the Abogados that reside there are not this one. So do those genuine lawyers know their address is once again being used by this fake firm?
They give two telephone numbers:
Freephone: 0800 802 1746
Tenerife Tel: 0034 822 685 013
The email addresses given are again not linked to the website but are for consultant.com, which as we know is just another free email address provider.
email: [email protected]
email: [email protected]
Obviously the scenario is going to be the same as before, timeshare owners will be cold called with the wonderful news that their timeshare resort / company is about to be taken to court, and for a small fee, probably around £1000 they can be part of the court case. This money will probably have to be paid to another fake Procurador via bank transfer. As yet we don’t have a name for this individual, but no doubt another great name will emerge.
Then in a few weeks, the lucky owner will receive notification that the director of the resort / company has once again pleaded guilty, with the court now holding many thousands of pounds just waiting to be sent to them. Obviously, there will be a tax and fees to be paid before this can be released. Along with this good news, the owner will receive a forged court document and a photocopy of the cheque with their name and the amount they will receive. We wonder if it will be on a Banesto cheque?
Once again Inside Timeshare warns its readers this is an elaborate and sophisticated fraud, designed to strip you out of thousands of pounds. Do not be taken in by this, you did not instigate these legal proceedings so you have not got any money being held by the court.
If you are contacted by this firm or any other with a similar story, then contact Inside Timeshare, all your information will go to help others.
Just to finish, one of our regular readers and internet searchers sent us a link which is rather comical, it is from Timeshare.lawyer, another Mark Rowe company linked with ABC Lawyers. In this piece titled “The Scandal Around Loans for Timeshare Purchases”, it goes on about the loan agreements arranged by timeshare sales staff for the purchase of timeshares.
It is the third paragraph which made us laugh,
“What’s even more disturbing is that, in many cases, those unscrupulous timeshare sales staff have provided false information on the finance documents in order to get them approved. When assessing the finance documents, people have found that their income had been entered incorrectly, and furthermore, the loan had been granted for ‘home improvements’ – not timeshare! This is fraud, committed by the sales staff and inculcating the signees without their knowledge.”
Hang on a minute, did this not happen to hundreds of Resort Properties / Silverpoint clients during Mark Rowe’s watch as “Sales Director”?
Well we know it did as there are High Court (London) actions against Barclays Partner Finance brought by Stewarts Law and Edwin Coe, for loan agreements arranged by sales staff on behalf of Resort Properties / Silverpoint clients.
Now it would appear his company is going after the banks, in the article they go on about Shawbrook Bank setting aside £9 million for loans which have been incorrectly approved, with the Finance Director resigning after the news broke, this is a little out of date as Inside Timeshare published that story in July 2016 within days of it being made public:
So there we have it, nothing surprises us in the world of timeshare, there is always something going on.
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