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Update: CUC Abogados & Solutions

Further information has been received by Inside Timeshare from another one of our readers regarding the supposed claims made by Solutions SL against Incentive Leisure Group and Personal Travel Group. According to the correspondence they have received once again CUC Abogados one of the new incarnations of the “FAKE” law firms of the Litigious Abogados Family is again implicated.

In the first letter dated on 21 August 2019 and signed by Amelia Inara Calibar on behalf of Solutions SL, our reader’s case after a “lengthy procedure” has been concluded and the sum 32,000€ has been awarded as “compensation”.

The letter goes on to explain that it is usual in these circumstances to appoint a “collection agency” which they liken to a “Bailiff” in the UK to enforce the judgement. It goes on to say that the “collection agency” is there to ensure that “you as an individual are paid out before other claimants”. Apparently, this “agency acts as a mediator between the client, the courts and the defendant’s lawyers.

The next paragraph goes on to explain “The collection agency has the legal status, supremacy and pre-eminence to demand that the Courts proceed to liquidate company assets and also the company directors’ personal assets and bank accounts if need be”.

Well, I wonder how they are going to do that?

As we know the director was Gary Peter Leigh and he was killed in a cycling accident in Marbella in 2010 and his companies had also been wound up in the UK in 2011.

The next letter signed by Julia Garcia from the collections department of Solutions explains the payment plan that has been put into place. That the claimant should also submit a request to the court to “query the state of your pay-out”, this should be done every three months. It then goes on to say that “you may wish to employ the services of a para-legal for a nominal fee”, this paralegal will attend court on behalf of the claimant to submit the “appropriate requests”.

There then follows several “fake” court documents to back up these claims.

Enter CUC Abogados, they are the “collection agency” supposedly appointed and endorsed by the court to “enforce” the payment, but for this, there is a fee of 1,920€. This letter explains that they are affiliated to several “prestigious” bodies such as the Fiscal Economists Advisors Register (REAF) and also claim to have the “status of Social Collaborator” to the Agencia Tributaria or tax office.

The letter is signed by David Lomerz Utierras from the Departmento De Recaudación, there is then a separate page which gives the details on the bank account to have the money transferred to:

Bank: LaCaixa

Address: Av Menceyes 15 3820 S Cristobal La Laguna Tenerife

IBAN: ES73 2100 6745 4602 0013 1211

BIC: CAIXESBBXXX

Beneficiary: David Lomerz Utierros

Address: Edificio Percy Plaza De Candelabaria 38002 Santa Cruz Tenerife

Telephone: 0034 822 680 798

Inside Timeshare is just wondering how this bank account has been opened, the name does not look genuine and who in their right mind would open up a bank account for a fraud such as this in their real name? That leads us to believe that false and forged documents such as passports have been used.

As usual, Inside Timeshare warns all our readers and all timeshare owners that these type of “fake” law firms and claims companies are on the increase. Court documents can be easily forged and unless you are very familiar with these types of documents, you can easily be fooled into believing they are genuine.

If you have been contacted by any company and received documents that may look genuine, use our contact page and get in touch, Inside Timeshare will help you to find the truth.

Once again

DO YOUR HOMEWORK 

More on the Fake Law Firms

Inside Timeshare has been receiving further information on SG Abogados and it does now appear that Solutions Group in Tenerife is working with this fake law firm. This company has been around for a number of years and was also known as XYZ Solutions SL and Simple Solutions.

They used the website www.consumeract75.co.uk  which is no longer available, they also used the email address  [email protected] which is now appearing on the letters being sent to “clients” regarding recent court cases and claims awarded.

One reader has sent us copies of the letter and also a “fake” court documents showing that she has been awarded a substantial amount against Incentive Leisure Groups SLU, DWVC SL and Personal Travel Group SL. Now, remember, that none of these companies exist anymore so it is strange how Solutions and SG Abogados are able to have court cases against them let alone get payouts from them.

The letter from Solutions begins with “As you are aware the recent hearing went ahead as planned on Wednesday 25th September”. It then goes on to say “Although you chose not to appoint a collection agency to represent you, it would seem that a favourable outcome was also reached on your case”.

This is then backed up by the “fake” court document.

The letter also goes on to say that a “managed payment plan of 12 to 32 months has been set by the court, meaning that the defendants must compensate all members of the action group within this period”.

The letter also lays out other stipulations set by the court on of which is that the court will “review the progress of the pay-outs every 3 months”. It also explains that the defendants and their representatives appear in person to testify to the progress made. Well, it would be very difficult for the owner of the companies to appear as Gary Peter Lee was killed in a cycling accident in Marbella many years ago.

The letter is signed on behalf of Solutions by Julia Garcia.

In another email from a regular reader, he has now been contacted again by SG Abogados, the email from Manuel Jalvo Liorento another fake lawyer who we named in an earlier article. According to the email, another “new” lawyer Carlos Loubtito says that “after the lodgement of the claims on 1st October, the conclusion to the hearing on 17th October was successful and compensation available”. They now require the client’s bank details to pay the awarded amount.

Now, this is very speedy action, the case lodge on the 1st and the conclusion on the 17th a mere 16 days!

This particular readers case is against Diamond, he did not ask SG Abogados to proceed yet they still maintain that his case went to court. He even contacted Diamond to ask if they were aware of any action in the courts in Tenerife were being brought by SG Abogados, I think you all know the answer to that!

These are very well organised and planned frauds, the standard of the documentation is very good, especially if you have never seen the genuine article. This really reinforces what Inside Timeshare tells all readers, you must do your homework, don’t be taken in by the huge sums these fraudsters are telling that you have won, never send them any money for procurator fees, court taxes or any other tax. You will never see a penny from the award and you will have lost all that you pay them.

If you are contacted by any company with a similar story and need help in checking if they are genuine or frauds, use our contact page and we will point you in the right direction.