Today Inside Timeshare issues warning to timeshare owners on two companies, one of these we have highlighted before, the second is one that has come up on the radar but as yet Inside Timeshare has not published anything about them. Today we rectify that as our research now shows them for what they are. Both of these “companies” are targeting EZE Group members with stories of court cases being brought in Málaga.
We start first with 01C Leisure and Legal Solutions SL, this company was registered on 25 February 2019, so it is just one year old. The company registration number is (CIF) B93672269, with the registered address:
But the website shows the working address as:
Telephone numbers given are:
Relinquishment and Membership
With the email:
was registered on 18 January 2019 and is due to expire on 18 Jan 2021, so this looks like a short term setup. The registrant or person who owns the site is once again hidden.
Now we come to why this company is being considered as a scam, first we know that there are no cases being brought at present in any Spanish court against Eze Group or Regency Shores SL. For one any case against Regency would have to be held in Tenerife as that is where they operated from. As for Eze Group Europe that is also under the jurisdiction of UK courts.
The second telling point is one of the named administrators of the company, one is a new name and not associated with any other company, Dawn Patricia Kiernan, she is listed as company secretary.
But it is the company director which interests us.
His name is Jose Miguel Muñoz Cañas and he certainly has been around for some time being associated with some of the biggest scams going.
As you will see from the record from company registrations there are several companies which have come up in various blogs and forums over the years. The main one is Greenges 2005 SL, this was a very active company in the past and was also part of the Ramirez and Ramirez set up which has fleeced thousands of people over the years
If you are contacted by this company do let us know and extreme caution should be exercised.
It now appears they must be desperate to get “clients” to pay up, one of our readers received an email stating that if they did not pay then their case will be archived as they are running out of time. The case is almost ready to be heard against Eze Group and Regency Shores SL in the Málaga courts.
PLATINUM SERVICES AND ADMINISTRATION S.L.
Re: Eze Group Europe/Regency Shores S.L.
Claim amount: £XXXX.XXX
We have yet to hear from you with regards to reregistering your claim as a civil claim, at the Malaga Court, against the above-mentioned companies.
Should you wish to proceed, please contact me on 0034 951122320 or send an email for my attention and I will call for payment. [email protected]
If you have any queries at all regarding your claim, our company or our lawyers, please do not hesitate to contact me.
We would need to be in receipt of the costs, being £289.19 including IVA (VAT), by 31/01/20 or your file will be archived.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Senior Claims Advisor
Well, we don’t know about you but it certainly looks as though they are desperate.
As you will see from the link to the previous article they do name a lawyer, but as yet Inside Timeshare has not had any confirmation or denial that the named lawyer is working for them or if his name and details are just being used. Either way, this company and their associate company (same owner), should be avoided at all costs.
These examples are another stark reminder of how important it is for you the timeshare owners to ensure that you do your homework before engaging with any company that is promising termination or compensation.
If you have been contacted by these or any other company please use our contact page and give us all the details that you have, Inside Timeshare will do the research for you and confirm or deny if they are scams or not. Please be safe and never pay any money especially via bank transfer or through companies such as PayXpert. Bank transfers once paid are basically lost, especially to a named individual and not a company. Using third party payments using your credit card nullifies any claim under Section 75 of the Credit Consumer Act 1974. If they cannot accept credit cards directly and it must be in the company name of who you are dealing with, then ask yourself the question, Why do they not have credit facilities?
REMEMBER TO DO YOUR HOMEWORK!