It was to be expected that yet another fake liquidator would be brought to our attention, as they are on a regular basis. This time the name used is Salgado en they claim to be specialists in the matter.
Salgado has the same “modus operandi” as the other fake liquidators we have already published on this blog.
It all starts with a cold call to a Reclaim Ltd. Certificate holder. Never mind if the certificate holder submitted the claim correctly or not, as far as Salgado concerns they can claim the full amount through the court as the company has been liquidated and money is there to be paid out.
Salgado S.A. appears to be the “intermediary” and is purely appointed to help out the consumers and no, they won’t charge any money as this will be covered by the courts.
All the consumer needs to do is fill in a claims form they send them by email, and a copy of the Reclaim Certificate.
Salgado will then claim the amount in their name and do the bank transfer when the money has been assigned.
For the submission of the documents the consumer has to use either email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax to 0034 951 650 338
They cannot use the address, as there seem to be too many consumers sending forms by post, and Salgado cannot handle this. So anything sent to Plaza Montil 4-2, 11402 in Cadiz will be send back unopened.
Telephone number from Salgado is 0034 951 650 336
Research has shown once again that there is no such company by the name of Salgado in Cadiz or in Spain. Neither are they the appointed liquidator or is there any money waiting to be paid out for the “victims” of Reclaim ltd.
The address they quote will indeed sent back all the post, as it is a fake address as well.
Once all the documents are send off to Salgado, the claim will be processed. But surprise there, as there seems to be an outstanding tax bill, which needs to be paid before receiving the awarded money. For some strange reason this cannot be taken off the amount and send the balance to the consumer.
Apart from this the consumer will also need a Spanish Tax ID number the so called NIE and as of course nobody is travelling to Spain to queue up for hours to obtain such number, Salgado kindly offers to handle this requests, against a payment as well.
These are only part of all the “sudden” expenses that appear once the consumer has submitted the documents. And bottom line is that the money promised from the start will never reach the consumer as there keep on appearing more charges.
Please do not fall into the trap of the fake liquidator Salgado or any other similar company with maybe a different name but a same story about your Reclaim Certificate.
If you have been speaking to Salgado from 0034 951650336 or any other “liquidator” that called you out of the blue, then please let us know.
You can email us at email@example.com or place a comment on this blog.