The company Hardwick Chancery has been active with their cold calls for some months now and we are receiving more and more inquiries mentioning their name.
The agent from Hardwick Chancery states that their Head office is based in Gibraltar but the caller is actually in their London office in Greens Lane, North London.
On their website though they display as well an address and the company registration number in Morocco.
Telephone: 0333 3446 212 (London agent’s direct line)
Email firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
The caller asks the consumer about their timeshare, if they paid by credit card and explains that the company Hardwick Chancery can do a claim against the resort for mis selling.
Where they explain on their web what they can do for the Timeshare owner, they mention relinquishment, Consumer Act claims and Litigation. “These cases will be conducted by highly professional legal teams either in house or by their many Associate Law Firms.”
There is no mention though on the web or in their paperwork who exactly these legal professionals are.
Paperwork send through to the consumers actually requires the authorization from the consumer to pass their details to third party companies.
Hardwick Chancery insists that all cases whether undertaken by themselves or an associate firm these will be on a STRICT No Win No Fee basis!
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I’ve been contacted/Cold call, by a firm in Southern Ireland called “Cooper Burgess” do you have any info on them?
I’m grateful to mindtimeshare for these notifications, and I was wondering why it is that we haven’t recently been targeted by sca****s like these. It could be that our threats of legal action against Clubclass, who presumably in our case were the source of the inappropriately shared personal data, have resulted in them quickly deleting our details from their database. If so, it may be useful to others if I share what we did. In lengthy communication we said that we were making a claim regarding insolvency of the company which we had signed up to. ‘Successors’ may be vulnerable for breaches of the Data Protection Act, if they have obtained personal data from others (or indeed, if they are pretending to have done so). It may be that those who have ‘phoenixed’ into new companies have done just that. Anyone who has been approached can ask them what personal data they hold about you, and request that it be deleted. These sca***** work on gullible people believing they are being offered a good deal. Even if you like that sort of thing, you need to check it out legally, before you risk your savings.