Which was registered on 2 November 2018 so is only 25 days old, it is due to expire on 2 November 2019, so only paid for one year!
As usual the registrant is hidden by a privacy protect via GoDaddy, this in itself is usually a sign of a “Scam” outfit.
According to the website the firm was founded on Friday 2 october 1992, again very precise, by Juan Folanta Hadorso, they claim to be a legally registered Spanish company with the CIF Number A25891623. No company can be found on Spanish company register and the CIF Number is also a fake.
The address is one that we have seen before on several other incarnations:
The telephone numbers they give are:
Freephone: 0800 862 0194
Madrid: 0034 919 030 442
Santa Cruz: 0034 822 250 524
With the email addresses:
Again these email addresses are free email providers.
The website once again shows many official logos for the many Colegios de Abogados, (Bar Associations) and various other official associations.
They also show photographs of their so-called lawyers:
Juan Folanta Hadorso, the founder, who is actually Jean-Pierre-Mignard Lysias Partners based in France (see link)
On the contact page there is also a photo of another young lady who is probably the admin contact contact:
We are still in the process of identifying the other pictured “lawyers”.
Another name that has surfaced is Alberto Nalgata Solatez who is from Departmento De Reclamaciones or claims department.
Well we all know what the “pitch” is going to be, your timeshare company is to appear in court very shortly, you have a case and can be part of this. But to do so there is going to be a procurator fee to be paid direct to a named individual and a personal bank account.
Then you will be informed that the director of your timeshare company pleaded guilty to all charges and you have been awarded a substantial amount of money. Fantastic, an early Christmas present, unfortunately you must first pay a “TAX” to have this money released, this will be around 20% of the awarded amount.
This will all be backed up as in the past by very convincing court documents, along with probably a photocopy of the cheque made out in your name. This will never arrive, well, an envelope will arrive but it will be open and the cheque will be missing.
Then out of the blue, another company will be in touch and tell you the cheque was stolen and cashed by a foreign gang. This company has been charged by the court to recover your money for you, but, yes you guessed it, they will want around 10% to 20% of the awarded amount to carry this out.
This is a “FRAUD”, do not be taken in by them, all the names are FAKE, all the documents are FAKE, everything about them is FAKE!
If you have been contacted by this or any other company with a similar story, use our contact page and give us the details, it is through your information that we can warn others and also pass this information to the appropriate authorities.
Remember, doing your homework first will in the end save you thousands and a lot of heartache.