They apparently want to make it sound very official, and create the impression to the consumers that they are contacted by something “higher up”. This seems to be the case with the Civil justice Courts in Malaga.
Another cold caller who pretends to be calling from an official Spanish courthouse with of course, good news about yet again more money awarded by the Spanish government to victims of scam companies.
Civil Justice Courts Malaga is handling the smooth transaction between government and victim, and is taking the victim through the process of recuperating money lost to fraudsters.
When Civil Justice Courts Malaga calls the consumer, they are already at the point of releasing the money, but there is one thing left to do in order to release this. The “Prosecutor Stamp Annulment”.
One wonders who is the “creative” person behind all this, making up all these nonsense and incredible non-existing procedures.
The Prosecutor Stamp Annulment has a cost attached. Around the £750 needs to be transferred into the (personal) account of the prosecutor and then in about 28 days after receipt, the consumer, the victim of a fraud can expect the pay out of the awarded money.
We are looking at a pay out of around the £25.000 so this “Stamp Annulment” seems to be a small fee compared to what is due to be received in return…
Lara Seymore is the person contacting the victims on behalf of the Civil Justice Courts in Malaga and she calls from a mobile number 0034 602 561 463
Her email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Their address as quoted on the documents, calle Marques de Lanus 4, 29005 in Malaga is fake as well.
Please be aware that there is no such department or office in Spain called Civil Justice Courts.
Neither would a courthouse or any other official entity contact you after a court case has taken place if you were identified as a victim of a crime. And it would be up to the police to do this.
DO NOT EVER PAY any money into a bank account, which is in the name of an individual, as bank transfers cannot be recuperated.
It is sad enough when you are a victim of a fraud, and it is understandable you would like to recover the money. But companies or better said, people who are behind set ups like Civil Justice Courts Malaga are certainly not the answer to this problem and as a matter of fact they are yet again another fraud.
It is of course questionable how they have all the details of what has happened to you before, as this is not public knowledge!
If you have been contacted by Civil Justice Courts Malaga from +34 602561463 or any other so called “official” department in Spain or Portugal that claims to have money waiting for you, please let us know!
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