Well, it didn’t take long for Inside Timeshare to uncover yet another incarnation of the “FAKE” law firm we have dubbed the Litigious Abogados Family, this time they are called Paloma Abogados. As usual, they are operating out of Tenerife and it certainly looks like the same old Modus Operandi is being employed. Your timeshare company is being taken to court and for around 1000€ upfront you too can be part of the case. No doubt within a few weeks the director will have pleaded guilty and you will be awarded thousands back.
According to their website which is exactly the same as all the previous incarnations with just some minor changes, they were founded on 1 September 1994, by Fernando Nialgan Torkas. That’s funny, his picture is the same as for Fernando Olawza Garcia of Torcaz Abogados, who is actually Judge Dana Makoto Sabraw, for the United States District Court for the Southern District of California.
The website was only registered on 12 June 2020 just about a month ago and is set to expire on 12 June 2021, so only registered for one year. Seems very strange that a “law firm” as “prestigious” as this founded in 1994 has only just set up a website and only for one year?
The “lawyers” shown are the very same as those for Torcaz Abogados, only now with new names. Hernan Destaras Caletasan becomes Eduardo Antanari Morintora, Juan Erestaldo Goberas is now Manuel Fulama Alinternu, Manuel Fertals Idelaris is now Francisco Golerbol Lantas and Ricardo Lunkmand transforms into Ricardo Luncmant, just a slight change here, but he is also now a “Paralegal” not a lawyer.
Link to the Torcaz Abogados article.
They show a CIF (fiscal) number on their logo A77439012, which again as always is “FAKE”. They show their address as:
Although the address does exist it is more than likely false for this firm. Checking Google street view it was too dark to make anything out.
They show a freephone number 0800 802 1659
Their email address is [email protected] which as we know is a free email address provider and is not linked to their website which one would have thought it would be, especially being a “law firm”.
Going by the Modus Operandi of all the previous incarnations they will be providing “prospective clients” with all the “official-looking” court documents, procurator letters and not to forget a photocopy of the cheque (fake IBAN) you will receive when your case has been won.
Then the cheque will be sent by post, and yes you’ve guessed it, the cheque will be missing and you will be informed it was stolen by a gang of East Europeans with collusion from post office workers (16 of them).
So once again Inside Timeshare warns all our readers to be aware of any calls or emails from Paloma Abogados with the great news they have a case about to go to trial. If you have been contacted by them please use our contact page and let us know.
REMEMBER, DO YOUR HOMEWORK FIRST BEFORE ENGAGING WITH ANY COMPANY THAT CONTACTS YOU.