The first cold caller list is ready for 2019.
The month of January has seen 54 Active cold calling companies of which 13 companies are new names.
For a complete list of the 54 cold callers in January 2019, please click on the following link:
Cold Callers Jan 2019
Most of the calls come from so-called claims companies.
Claims of all kinds are offered over the telephone, some that consumers can join and other claims which already have taken place and a substantial amount is waiting to be paid out to the consumer.
Please always use your common sense with calls like this, and don’t go for stories that just sound too good to be true, as they are!
The new names on the list from January 2019 are:
- Associate services solution
- Century 21 (FAKE)
- Gonzalez F y Asociados
- Hayden Litigation and Claims
- International Compensation Lawyers
- Luxurylinx travel
- Our One Club
- Procuradores Ecamilis – Eliana Ecamilis
- Refund My Funds
- Resolve Solicitors Limited or Resolve Contract Disputes (FAKE)
- Soveign Solicitors
- Sussex Advisory Consultants
If you have been approached by any of the companies on our lists or maybe by somebody else, please let us know.
Cold calls are not a good sign and no legal company should ever be doing cold calls!
Have a great February 2019!
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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.
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I’ve take a call from luxury linx travel today. Tracy called yesterday and tried to convince me to fly to majorca or tenerife. I took a day to think it over, and decided that did sound a bit dodgy. When I spoke to her today, she said she could send the legal team to my home address instead. So, I’m currently awaiting the legal team to get in touch to arrange a meeting. After reading on here, I’m thinking I will not be going through with it, despite the recent issues showing online about my timeshare company.
One concern I raised with Tracy, and still unsure about, is how she got so much data on us. With today’s stringent GDPR guidelines, I was concerned that my name and telephone number, and that of my partner, and bare facts about our timeshare had seemingly been handed over to a random third party.
I have just been cold called by luxury linx offer 4 days in 5 star accommodation in majorca. On the basis that they offer me free legal advise on a mis sold time share. She actually had a similar pitch to the people who sold me the time share initially, which set a few alarm bells ringing. She assured me that they have nothing to gain and I have nothing to lose. If I hadn’t been stung by the same company twice 🙄 (Azure) I might’ve followed up on her offer. Definitely sounds too good to be true. Could you just confirm I’m not passing up on an offer of a lifetime please? 😁
Unlike me, I fell for the smooth talking salesman for REFUNDMYFUNDS on Saturday last. Very convincing. But, I can’t think how they can scam me, or what they have to gain by me going all the way to Tenerife I bought a timeshare in Tenerife 2001 in The Beverly Hills Club. They promised they could sell it at a handsome profit before the next maintenance was due, but I sold it at a great loss 3 years later .I have cancelled my card which I gave to Refundmyfunds to play for the air fare. The accommodation they offered me for free was crap, but after complaining they are now offering good upgrade for no extra cost. It the moment I am thinking of forfiting our flight cost, but, on the other other hand, I cannot work out how these companies can anything other than what they claim – that they can get me refund which they will claim 20pc. Can you enlighten me before I decide to confirm the accommodation
We have replied by email.
Have a look at the following article which is about a company called “Claim your claim” with a similar pitch and even a similar logo! This is the same company!
The article is about what you can really expect at the meeting: https://wp.me/p1kmoi-3kQ