The company Long Elmes is not unknown to this blog, and in the warning we placed not so long ago all connections with other companies such as ITRA (International Timeshare Refund Action) are more than clear.
But there seems to be a new company involved in this whole scheme and this company is actually the one mentioned on the agreement Timeshare owner sign at the meeting.
This company is called Rainbow Bridge Consultancy.
Timeshare owners attending the “No Win No Fee” meeting from Long Elmes in El Albir in Spain (and soon in Marbella as well), are presented with some very worrying facts about their timeshare.
They are told they have a perpetuity clause in their timeshare agreement and after the owners death the children and even grandchildren will be liable for the fees.
Luckily Long Elmes can offer a disposal service. As per the representative at the meeting the Spanish Government are wanting to clear all connection with Timeshare as it had got the government a bad name and that is why Long Elmes can arrange for the timeshare owner to dispose of their membership so that no further maintenance would be paid.
Of course this service has a price tag and the owners are requested around £6000 for this “special offer”
Those who are scared enough at this stage will be asked to sign an agreement where the service is outlined. It is very worrying though that in the agreements the consumers sign there is no mention at all of Long Elmes. Instead there is a long range of company names involved.
Main company name is Rainbow Bridge Consultancy with address in the Virgin Islands. (not very good in case you need to claim)
Then there is Arriendos Costa Sur SL trading as Access Legal and Law Abogados SL
Paperwork needs to be submitted to Access Legal with an address in Calle Santisima Trinidad 39 Bajo B, Los Boliches, 29640 Malaga Spain
Person to receive the paperwork is Samanta Fuster with phone number +34 902 848 280
Timeshare owners are requested a down payment on the day of around £1500 and the balance is to be paid into an account of Sochalls.
Although the Timeshare owner is assured of the success of the disposal and guaranteed he would get his money back if the disposal would not take place, we place a doubt against this statement.
If you have been contacted by Long Elmes for a NO WIN NO FEE meeting in Benidorm or Marbella then please let us know.
You can email us at email@example.com or place a comment on the blog.
WE have been contacted today and received an email with details from Long Elmes with the offer of a no win no fee compensation claim regarding our holiday club ownership in marbesa. What has been offered is a 3 night four day stay in marbella with a one to one meeting with a compensation claim specialist. States categorically that there is no sales presentation an no money to be paid. Fee paid out of compensation or if no compensation no fee to be paid. Would like our advice on this as the person will be calling back tomorrow.
my mother has repeatedly been contacted by these ‘join a class claim’ companies and offered a free holiday in marbella by ‘long elmes’. if she goes to marbella and refuses to sign anything or give any money, then all should be well ?
thanks for you help
I was contacted this evening by a very pleasant lady called Annette Holdsworth who said Nine Elmes would take 40% of any claim
People should, perhaps, be reminded that – if paying by credit card, the SAME company name MUST be on both the credit card slip AND the contract. That way, if delivery is not forthcoming then the credit card company are jointly responsible and have to repay. This DOES work, I’ve done it.
You are so right Michael,
Thanks for reminding us all!
Do you think their is any connection with Bridge View Consultants who sold us our Club Class membership? They were one of the companies wound up in October last year. The other disturbing aspect is they are using Sochalls as used by Club Class. Shouldn’t Sochall’s be checked out as effectively they are money laundering. Regards
There is a clear link with ITRA between all these companies, so the answer is yes.