This alert goes out for a new resale company called Continum Travel.
Continum Travel contacts the timeshare owners and offers them a guaranteed resale for their membership for a very attractive and high sales price.
Continum Travel contacts consumers mainly in France and Belgium and offers to buy their timeshare. In order to sell the timeshare, the owner must go to Marrakech and attend a meeting with an alleged buyer.
Their address is hivernage Marrakech, 40 000 Marrakech (Maroc) and telephone number +00 212 617 061 102; email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
The website is http://www.continumtravel.com
The Continum Travel officer explains that there is no down payment. But when the consumer receives the confirmation email, it says clearly: A deposit of € 499 must be paid before any movement corresponding to the creation of the record, verification of your property, legal fees and translation as well as making appointments for the day of the transaction and the opportunity to stay for free up to 7 nights in a 4 * hotel in Marrakech.
This does not sound like “no payment”!
Please note that companies that cold call you, obviously got your contact information and membership details through an illegal source and when they offer a guaranteed resale requesting you to travel to another country and pay upfront fees … they are not trustworthy!
Have you been contacted by Continum Travel with the number +00 212 617061102?
Please, let us know.
I received a strange text message on my mobile phone yesterday from a person only giving his name as Jonathan his no +447724594127.Claims to work for a legal team in Devon, in process of tracing clients dealing with holiday ownership holidays. Due to recent law changes by Supreme Court (where?) many contracts may be illegal and null & void, the angle being no doubt for a fee they can get you compensation or claim back the purchase price! It covers just about every situation timeshare owners may have and if you text back YES then they will call you with a free advice on how to proceed. Smells of Scam to me.