These criminals were acting as the (fake) employees of the following companies:
– Inmobiliaria Inmo Andaluz,
– Agencia Inmobiliaria Astorga,
– Asesoria Jose Perez,
They contacted the Timeshare owners on a cold call in order to offer them a resale of their membership week(s).
They explained that the large Spanish multinational ZARA was bulk buying timeshare weeks in order to use them for the staff holidays.
In order to make to back up their statements and confuse the Timeshare owners, these criminals presented paperwork in the name of ZARA, Inmo Andaluz, Inmobiliaria Astorga, Asesoría Jose Perez and even from the timeshare resort of the owner.
To top this all up they also presented fake documents which supposedly reflected a (fake) money transfer from Zara to them for the timeshares they were supposedly buying. Of course the money that Zara was offering for the timeshare weeks was far more than the owner ever had paid for them.
Mindtimeshare presented a form complaint and full report to the police in March 2014.
The amounts that have been taken fraudulently from Timeshare owners are very high and we have a victim who has ended up paying more than 115.000 euros.
The police investigation is still ongoing and we do not exclude the possibility of more arrests. The case is now in hands of the judges.
We hereby want to do an urgent call to all timeshare owners who have been cheated by the above mentioned companies. PLEASE CONTACT US URGENTLY!
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