Greenges 2005 SL has started to do their cold call campaigns again and going strong on offering timeshare consumers their “legal” services claiming to be a company that “specializes in the defense of the rights of the users in Spain, especially in the real estate and timeshares business.”
They have set up a new website www.greengessl.com
On the web they explain there is an initial “processing fee” of £850, so that is a fee just to start even looking at your paperwork!
But what is the real background of this company? This company has different connections with other companies of who we know they are not trustworthy and for which we have already placed warnings on the blog. The main connection is one of the previous administrators whose name keeps on appearing on the different company registrations.
Sharifi Mahmoud Reza was registered as administrator of Greenges 2005 up to January 2011 but also administrates Fuengirola Servicios 2002 SL a company directly connected to Key Property Town Advisory (KPTA). This company KPTA is connected to The Justice Group Direct who on their turn claims to be using lawyers from Greenges 2005 SL. (http://wp.me/p1kmoi-1u)
All these mentioned companies have a background of dubious businesses and numerous unhappy customers who have paid for resale and legal services that actually never took place. To top it all off, the administrator of Ramirez & Ramirez (http://wp.me/p1kmoi-73), Fabián Ramirez Marcelo also appears as the administrator of Fuengirola Servicios 2002 SL.
Greenges 2005 SL provides different addresses in their paperwork, which makes it quiet confusing to figure out where they are based. At the moment they are using the following addresses on the Costa del Sol:
Lope de Vega 60, 29631 Arroyo de la Miel, Benalmádena
Telephone 0034 952 446093 and fax 0034 952561178
Calle San Antonio 22, Edificio San Miguel, 29640 Fuengirola
Telephone 0034 952 667357 and fax 0034 952 667545
There is also a Spanish mobile number for put of office-hours calls 0034634098299
Legitimate Spanish law firms never cold-call people. And the reason is simple; they lack your contact details unless you give it to them. This is why you must mistrust always any phone calls from the UK or from Spain offering you out-of-the-blue to take “class actions” or “group actions”. Ask yourself why and how do these people have your contact and investment details.
Have you received a phone call from Greenges 2005 SL? Please let us know!