Infinitus Resorts describe themselves as the leading online resource for buying, selling, and renting timeshare, and at the same time they present themselves as Exclusive Owners Club, offering fly buy accommodations and a kind of holiday club membership. They also state to be part of the largest consumer co-operative, although no mention is made which it is.
Their web page is http://www.infinitusresorts.com, and they offer all these services, including All Inclusive holiday packages, Adventure Holidays and even Real Estate, as they state, at highly discounted prices.
The contact details that Infinitus Resorts are Tel: 0034 856 924 836, and e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
On their home page they pretend to have an active inventory of over 40,000 vacation opportunities at favourite destinations around the world, although on the next page it suddenly gets immensely reduced to 65 available resorts for their holiday package bookings! Once arrived at the booking information form there are only 10 resorts left.
What is missing there, is actually the identification for them as registered company, but through research it came out soon that there is actually NO COMPANY REGISTERED under the name of Infinitus Resorts in Spain.
Also the address in Cadiz that they state is incomplete, and it seems rather to be an invented address.
All in all very little proper, and therefore insufficient, information about a company that – we do not doubt about – will want your money.
So, watch out and be very cautious, if you are in contact with this company.
The mix of offers they present, and the fact that they only just started their activities but do pretend to have lots of experience and thousands of accommodation offers, does not really inspire us with confidence, as it looks all very much like other “concepts” seen before.
Our general advice with this is, DO NOT PAY ANY MONEY UPFRONT, as long as you are not 100% sure that the company you are in contact with is genuine, and the same applies here.
If you need more detailed information, or if you have been contacted by Infinitus Resorts by telephone 0034856924836 or by e-mail email@example.com, please let us know.
You can send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or leave your comment here on our blog; let us know what happened and we will provide you with more details on this company or any other problem you may have with other dubious companies.
We have paid foolishly paid up front for insurance, Translation and Tax – in all £3,000. All attempts to reach Infinitus by email, and by telephone to a ‘Paul Coles’ have had no effect – that is AFTER having paid up – no answer in any way since then. BEWARE all you who might be conned. Pay NOTHING up front!
I am still talking to these people -the money I sent up front -£2,600 has now been returned so I am still unsure of there intentions – they have now asked for £1,600 for payment for the translation from Spanish into English of the paper work before £23,550 can be released into my bank account. Can I trust these people – I am confused – your help would be welcome.
Yours in anticipation
Contacted me saying they have a buyer offering £10,000 for my 21,500 Diamond Resort points but I have to pay £1450 as security up front. TATOC have advised me to walk away, advising only Travel and Leisure can sell my points, but when I told this to Infinitus they were adament they are legitimate. Help!
Had contact from, them offering to buy my timeshare for £7,500
I have just had a similar offer.
Did you follow this up?
is it above board?
Has anyone been contacted or heard of? LAW ABOGADOS PATRIMONIAL,S.L. I had a recorded delivery letter stating i would receive benefit payout on my valid reclaim cert, just provide bank details for transfer of funds.