For a long time now Inside Timeshare has been running many articles on the “Fake” law firms we have dubbed The Litigious Abogados Family, each time there then follows the names of “Fake” procurators, who will require payment to bring your case to court.
Well as you can guess, there has emerged a very new name to add to the growing list, Carlos Ingram Procuradoria, the address they give in the website:
It does not even show on Google maps, the only thing genuine about the address is the postcode 38003, which is in Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
This “company” set up by Carlos Gabriel Salva Imgran has the website
which incidentally is the same layout as the one for
which we highlighted in our article on 12 November.
The website for Carlos Gabriel Salva Imgran, was registered only on 27 November 2018 and is set to expire on 27 November 2019. So, for a so-called procurator a very short lifespan indeed. The registrant is hidden by a privacy protect company and is registered in Panama.
They also show no telephone numbers or any details of company registration or even if they are members of any professional associations, although we have been given the following email address:
Which is once again one of those free email address providers and not linked to the website.
The telephone numbers given are:
Freephone: 0800 862 0036
Tenerife Tel: 0034 822 684 562
With email addresses, again free email providers not linked to the website:
All of these are exactly the same as those for another “fake” law firm we highlighted on 22 October 2018 called Abogados Litigación España, with the same founder
The website http://abogadoslitigacion.com was registered on 26 October 2018 and again is set to expire on 26 October 2019 along with a hidden registrant.
Although the photo of the founder is the same as before, we do have three new lawyers and contact lady:
Armando Loanta Ombididani, currently unidentified.
So there we have it, more new “fakes” to be wary of, as and when we come across the new incarnations we will publish those here. This does show you the need to be be very careful with any “Law Firm” that contacts you about your timeshare, or even one you may have found on the internet. Do your homework, if you are not sure what to look for, use our contact page and we will help you find them.