If you did not receive a call already from Sapphire Settlements, but a dubious resale company has duped you in the past, then be aware you might be contacted soon.
Sapphire Settlements is actively (cold) calling timeshare consumers who have been dealing with dubious companies before and lost money to these companies.
Based on the police raid on the Costa del Sol in March this year, where there were 60 arrested over different timeshare scam companies, Sapphire Settlements claims to be acting on behalf of the courts.
As far as Sapphire Settlements concerns, the government has awarded money through the courts to the victims of the different companies who supposedly were included in this police raid.
All the victim needs to do is pay around £1000 in order to release the awarded money.
What timeshare owners need to know though is that this court investigation is still on going,
And there is no such company as Sapphire Settlements appointed to contact the victims and arrange for the pay out’s of awarded money.
So as the case has not been in court as yet, the question arises on how Sapphire Settlements is actually aware of the fact the timeshare owner has been duped before.
Where does one get this information? Simply question with a very tricky answer!
Contact details for Sapphire Settlements are an address: Avenida Antonio Machado, Bloque Alay Unit 828, Benalmadena Costa, 29630, Malaga, Spain, a telephone number 0845 0048 980 and an email address: info@SapphireSettlements.com
The website http://www.sapphiresettlements.com was registered on the 1st of August 2015 and provides all kinds of information, nothing to do with the story they give to the timeshare consumers on the call.
We recommend caution when dealing with the agent from Sapphire Settlements on the phone and please do not provide them with any further personal and private details than they already have.
Paying them the fee is obviously not a wise option.
If you have been contacted lately by Sapphire Settlements from 08450048980 in Benalmadena on the Costa del Sol, then please let us know.
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