CUC Abogados: Getting Desperate for Payment

Over the past couple of months Inside Timeshare has been highlighting the “FAKE” law firm CUC Abogados operating out of Tenerife. As we know this is just one of the latest incarnations of “FAKE” law firms which we have named as the Litigious Abogados Family. They are also operating using a company by the name of Solutions SL. Well, it seems that from further information supplied by our readers they are finding it difficult to get clients to pay “TAX” which they require to release the payment from the court.

Our reader has on several occasions told them that they think this is all a scam and in one reply, Julia from Solutions, rang our reader within minutes of receiving an email from our reader and explained that it was “organisations” such as Inside Timeshare are working in “cahoots” with the timeshare industry to besmirch the name of Solutions and CUC Abogados to stop people making claims. Well, Inside Timeshare is in “cahoots” with the industry, not bad considering we highlight many of the malpractices of the many timeshare companies that sold it to you in the first place.

Now if CUC Abogados and Solutions SL were in fact legitimate companies and what Inside Timeshare publishes is not true, why have they not instituted any legal proceedings against us?

Due to our reader being adamant that they will not pay any “tax” or “fees” upfront to receive the cheque they received a phone call, the caller said that as there was a “trust issue”, they would ask the lawyers to pay the tax and that it would be reimbursed by the client when they receive the cheque.

This was not able to be done, but they did reduce the fee and issued new tax forms for the payment of non-resident tax. As we have said before there is no tax to pay.

Our reader has also received the bank details for the account of the procurator, named as José Kinog with the address:

Calle Labarino 8 Edificio Elmar 233 S Cruz, 38002 Tenerife

This is yet another fake address.

The bank details are:

IBAN: ES77 2100 6938 8302 0011 4535                 BIC: CAIXESBBXXX

Banco: CaixaBank 

Dirección de Banco: Avda. Juan Carlos 1, Número 31, 38650,  Los Cristianos Arona Santa Cruz, Tenerife 

Beneficiario: José Mendoza Rico Kinog

When checking the IBAN it came up as false. So we have to ask will they give another bank account when people are unable to make a transfer?

The question is now will the cheque arrive or as we have seen before it will be missing from the envelope and another company, once again “appointed” by the court has been charged with tracing the missing cheque. If past experience is anything to go by they will then say it was cashed by a criminal gang (usually East European). Now for a fee which will be up to 20% of the cheque value this new company will get the money paid back by the bank.

This is a very elaborate and sophisticated fraud, not only are they taking money from unsuspecting victims they are also falsifying official court documents and bank cheques. This does make us wonder why the authorities are not taking this fraud with the seriousness that they should.

If you have been contacted by these “firms” or anything similar and you are not sure, please use our contact page and get in touch. Inside Timeshare will get back to you and point you in the right direction.

Remember before you believe what you are told or pay any money, please do your homework, once it has been paid especially by bank transfer, you will never see that money again.

One Comments

  • Mr M Blackbourn

    July 27, 2020

    Dear sir, I have been dealing with CUC Abogados since January of this year, and up to date, I have no complaints with them. But since the money awarded to me, by the Spanish court, is now “in the UK”, with Flanagans Notary services, of Canary Wharf, alarm bells have started to ring, with the requests for extra monies required etc. Could you tell me, if the Spanish know that Abogados are a fraudulent company, why have they not been arrested? especially as they are falsifying court documents. Our claim was against Westgate, in the USA, could you please tell me if westgate have been fined by the courts?


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