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Carlos Gabriel Salva Imgran

More Fake Procurators Identified

Tomorrow we will be publishing another “Nightmare on Timeshare Street”, by another Agent Orange Disabled Veteran, David Althage, who is being forced into a Timeshare Foreclosure, The article has been edited by Irene Parker.

Moving on, Mindtimeshare has shared new information on yet more “Fake Procurators” working alongside the “Fake Law Firms” which we have dubbed The Litigious Abogados Family. As our regular readers will know this plethora of “fake lawyers” has been running for around 3 years, every few months they change name and websites, yet all the websites are identical. All money they require from “clients” has to be paid to a Procurador, and there have been many of these surfacing.

The first is named as Carlos Gregorio Ingramo, very similar to one we named on 31 July CARLOS RIHOM IGRAIM and another on 11 December, Carlos Gabriel Salva Imgran, must admit they are very creative with the names they use.

Carlos Ingramo has a website

http://procuradores-ingramo.com/

Registered on 19 November 2018 and set to expire on 19 November 2019, so very new indeed. Once again the registrant is hidden so we have no idea who it is.

They show no telephone number but do have an email address: [email protected]

The address they show on the website is totally false and cannot be found on any maps search of Tenerife:

Calle Delmante 8, Edificio Kaleta, 202C, 38001, Santa Cruz Tenerife

The second “Fake Procurador” is named as Miguel Earas Raya, with the website:

http://procuradores-raya.com

Registered on 19 November 2018, due to expire on 19 November 2019, and yes you guessed it, the registrant is hidden.

No Telephone number but an email address:

[email protected]

The postal address is:

Calle Alamo 6, Edificio Watama, 161C, 38002, Santa Cruz, Tenerife.

Which again is fake and cannot be found on any internet map search.

The third one today is, Abel Deraza Tabreul, with the website

http://procuradores-tabreul.com

Registered on 26 October 2018 and due to expire 26 October 2019, once again registrant is hidden.

No telephone number is shown, but the email address is:

[email protected]

As with all these email addresses they are not linked to the websites, but are free email address providers.

The address given on the website is:

Calle Delatar 6, Pulgadas, Edificio Estresha, 403, 38001, Santa Cruz

Another fake address that cannot be found on any map!

All these are “FAKE”, they do not exist, somehow they have been able to set up bank accounts for you the unsuspecting client to pay in your hard earned cash.

If you are contacted by any of the “fake lawyers” or “fake Procurators” that we have highlighted in previous articles, then contact Inside Timeshare and let us know as much detail as possible.

To check all articles we have published, use Litigious Abogados in the search box, this will bring up all articles published, beware there are a lot of them.

Want to know if any “lawyers”, “claims companies”, “procurators” or any company that contacts you is genuine, use our contact page and gives us as much information as you have, we will then do the relevant checks and let you know if they are genuine or fake.

Remember, doing your homework is essential, there are many more “fake and scam” companies out there, with many more emerging each week. We need your information to identify them and warn others.

Join us tomorrow for our weekly Letter from America and another “Nightmare on Timeshare Street”

Start the Week: More Fake Procurators and Lawyers Emerge

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:

Calle Metas 3, Edificio Aldesa, 197B, 38003, Santa Cruz, Tenerife

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

http://procuraduria-imgran.com/

which incidentally is the same layout as the one for

http://procuradores-alinas.com/

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:

[email protected]

Which is once again one of those free email address providers and not linked to the website.

This particular “procurator” appears to be linked to Abogados Litigacion with the CIF Number A12475921 and the address:

Calle de SAN. Francisco, Número 6, Santa Cruz, 38001-38002, Tenerife.

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:

[email protected]

[email protected]

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

Juan Drimelas Deolaro.

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.

Juan Ferroli Onogano, who is actually Juan Blanco Dávila the legal and regulatory director for the Andean area and Chile of the Ferrero Group

Albero Koeta Mortoyal,  a Colombian lawyer called Juan Oswaldo Martínez.

Manuela Taloran Delnat, who we have identified as Natalia Pastorutti, who gained her law degree from the Universidad del Salvador.

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.