A new cold calling resale company has been spotted by the name of Inmobiliaria Sevilla.
Inmobiliaria Sevilla contact timeshare owners by cold call and tell them a story about a corporate buyer which they have already waiting, keen on purchasing their weeks, and the price offered is well over the current market price.
As to reports received from consumers, the buyer that supposedly is interested to purchase their weeks is a big international company, HONDA, and Inmobiliaria Sevilla provide the consumer even with a contract that seems to evidence this.
As usual with this kind of business, Inmobiliaria Sevilla asks the consumer to pay an upfront fee, and once more we ask ourselves how it is possible that these people do not know about the European Timeshare Directive, which states clearly that requests for upfront fees are not allowed when offering resale of timeshare weeks.
The payment is asked to be done by bank transfer to a bank in Thailand!
We would say this looks the same as all the other resale companies that pop up and disappear continuously, and we would certainly not recommend to pay any money to such a company.
PLEASE MAKE SURE NEVER TO MAKE ANY UPFRONT PAYMENTS!
Their contact e-mail is email@example.com and their telephone number 0066917185403, 0066971608481 and 0066612305276, and the address stated on their documents is Avenue Emilio Lemos 4, local 2-2, 41020 Sevilla Spain.
If you were contacted by Inmobiliaria Sevilla with this or a similar offer, please let us know. You can either e-mail us to firstname.lastname@example.org or leave your comment here on our blog. In both cases we will shortly come back to you with more information.
To all Mindtimeshare readers:- I have been trying to reclaims monies lost through companies not selling my timeshare as agreed via a section 75 claim. This has been ongoing for over 2 years and Tesco finance replied advising due to one piece of missing paperwork the claim could not be settled. I had given up hope of ever receiving my lost monies which had begun to depress me greatly. I mentioned this to the Mindtimeshare team who advised since 2011 i believe, credit card companies have to consider verbal agreements made and not just written agreements. I wrote to them again explaining this and after sending a further document to prove I was still the owner of the time share they finally called today to say it is being settled. It is hard work and annoying they make it so difficult but please if you are going through a section 75 claim don’t give up!! It may just pay off as it has for me.
Thank you Mindtimeshare for all your advice and support.
Kind regards Wendy R.