Have you received a (cold) call from Cooper Burgess International?

A new cold calling Claims Company has been added to our list this month, by the name of Cooper Burgess International – CBI.

Cooper Burgess International – CBI has started recently, although on their website they have several “case studies” already.

The website https://www.cooperburgessint.com was registered at the end of November 2017, so just a couple of weeks old at time of writing this article.

Their contact details are:

Address: Clifton House, Fitzwilliam Street Lower, Dublin, Ireland

Telephone: 03333 444 053 and email address info@cooperburgessint.com

We have been unable to find a company registered at the Companies house by the name of Cooper Burgess International and neither is their company registration mentioned on their web.

Their claims are on a No Win No Fee basis, as per their website.

If you received a call from Cooper Burgess International – CBI about a Timeshare claim, please do let us have your feedback.

You can reach us through the CONTACT US form or by placing a comment on the web.

About mindtimeshare

Mindtimeshare SLU is registered Company reg number: B35957182 Mindtimeshare provides assistance to timeshare owners who have been defrauded by holiday clubs and bogus resale companies. The Mindtimeshare project was launched in February 2011. After dealing with timeshare members over several years who had been defrauded by numerous bogus companies and for large amounts of money, I considered launching an Organisation to help timeshare owners that have been targeted by bogus companies. On this blog you can find information about the different active scam companies and their “modus operandi” and also place comments, ask questions and see comments from other consumers who have the same doubts or have been through the same experience. Mindtimeshare has resulted in a huge success and has received the back up from not only timeshare consumers but also from the professionals in the timeshare Industry. Mindtimeshare helps timeshare owners who have been scammed by bogus Discount Holiday Clubs; bogus cash back companies; fraudulent timeshare resale companies; bogus class action companies and false lawyers and notaries. We offer professional answers and advice to Timeshare users. If you want to send an email instead of posting a comment on the blog please do so by emailing: customercare@mindtimeshare.com
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8 Responses to Have you received a (cold) call from Cooper Burgess International?

  1. Janet says:

    I have had a cold call today from cooper burgess I don’t trust anyone any more after eze group and monster travel

  2. Nigel says:

    My wife received a call from a man called Neil at this company earlier in the week offering to help us get our money back from Eze Group, with whom we have the misfortune to have a lot invested. Having had a call from ClaimYourClaim a couple of weeks ago, whose website was less than informative, it is clear to me that the scam brigade have gone into overdrive now that Eze directors are in line for a jail sentence, but I am relieved to know that others are as suspicious of this lot as I am.

  3. Dorothy says:

    Just had a call from Cooper Burgess statin that their Company could help get money back from Eze Group. She has sent me their Terms and Conditions but not sure if I should go ahead. Any advice would be gratefully received.

  4. Lynn says:

    I had a call from cooper burgess saying they could get me money back from eze group just don’t know who to believe so many sc*** out there

  5. Margaret says:

    Received a cold call yesterday from someone called Sue Foster of Cooper Burgess who gave me their phone number as 03333444916. They are calling back after giving me the opportunity to find anything relating to EZE Group or Regency Shores which I have paid by credit card. She seemed genuine, but don’t they all? I will speak to her to see what she says.

  6. Ian says:

    Received a cold call a few days ago regarding a claim against Eze Group, I asked them to send me the information by email for me to consider. Reading through the information provided, some of their T’s & C’s would be unacceptable to me – but I noticed a similarity with another firm’s T’s &C’s that had previously been sent to me – AND SAW THAT THEY (CBI) HAD FORGOTTEN TO SUBSTITUTE THEIR NAME FOR THE ORIGINATOR’S NAME IN ONE CONDITION (5.6.2)! I have been called back several times, but I have so far declined to answer the phone from them. It seems that they have “jumped on to the bandwagon” of firms trying to make claims – and earn 35%+ of awards made. Not sure what to do – or who I can rely upon to act on my behalf!

  7. Malcolm says:

    had a call, asked if I had holiday company issues,told him that I had invested a considerable amount of money with this company and got very little in return,just promises all the time ,sounded too good to be true and it was ,a no brainer was word used.have signed letter of authority on line.
    said if I send in contracts/receipts from credit cards any other relevant info they would get money back??,sounded quite professional.
    have not sent anything in yet waiting for more information about company and also been in contact with the bank who said I will not be able to claim it back??

  8. Neil says:

    Received a call from a lady today to discuss recovery from a company. She was very professional and said couldn’t help as we had already started the process but gave some advice on maintenance fees and recovery timescales. She was very nice and was happy to leave me to my evening. I was impressed with her and thought if I did need help I would be happy to consider them as there was no fee up front.

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