Welcome to the start of another week with Inside Timeshare, we have had more emails from concerned readers regarding Claims Assistant Bureau, a company we highlighted only last week.
As we know, this company is calling timeshare owners along with those who have had dealings with Eze Group, they claim they have been appointed by the courts to tack down owners who have had money awarded to them and is being held by various courts.
According to Harry Evans and then back up by an email from Mel Rhys, Regency Shores Holdings SL (Eze Group), have recently been in court in Tenerife. The court is now holding a substantial amount which Claims Assistant Bureau will be able to get back for you, for a fee that is.
Well we do know that there has not been any court case in Tenerife against Regency Shores, the only court case is at Birmingham Crown Court against Eze Europe Ltd, Dominic O’Reilly and Stephanie O’Reilly. That case is yet to be concluded, with sentencing due to take place in March.
Another fact is they also claim that they are backed up and guaranteed by The Portuguese Chamber of Commerce, The Bank of Spain and the High Court of Madrid.
Another reader who we spoke with was very suspicious, as the person on the phone was contradicting himself so much it set off alarm bells. Below are the company details along with a link to the article publish on 18 February.
Claims Assistant Bureau with the company registration number 06832938, with the address:
The past two weeks have certainly been busy for Canarian Legal Alliance, with results in favour of their clients against Anfi Del Mar, Silverpoint, Holiday Club Finland and Club la Costa, in various courts around Spain.
- 14 Victories in the Courts of First Instance against Anfi
- 1 High Court judgement against Anfi
- 2 First Instance victories against Silverpoint
- 2 High Court victories against Silverpoint
- 1 First Instance against Holiday Club Finland
- 1 First Instance against Club La Costa
In all these 21 sentences the contracts were declared null and void, the total claim value has yet to be released, but it is believed to be very substantial.
In further news from the Courts in Maspalomas, another 8 cases have been sent for sentencing at the pre-trial stage. It appears the judges are dispensing with the need for a full trial, which is only good news for the clients. This will result in cases being concluded in a much faster manner, with payouts being much quicker.
Obviously it will not be long before other courts in Spain start doing the same thing, it is obvious now that the laws put into place to protect consumers are solid and are being enforced by the courts.
Have you been contacted by any company mentioned in any of our articles, or one that you have found on the internet or even from an advert in a newspaper or magazine?
Do you want to find out if they are genuine and not sure how to do this?
Have you been told you have a valid claim and want to know if it is true?
Then use our contact page and send us a message, we will point you in the right direction.