New cold caller, same story and who knows, probably same people.
Salas Aviles Asociados is contacting Dutch Timeshare consumers with an offer for legal support for joining a court claim against their resort.
Supposedly based at 12 Calle Azacayas, 18010 Granada they state they can claim back a tremendous amount for the timeshare consumer.
Not only that, Salas Aviles Lawyers also guarantees the consumer will completely be erased from the Timeshare Register (whatever that is…).
All this for a 9,2% legal and admin fees calculated over the awarded amount.
The money needs to be deposited in an Escrow account where the money will remain until the claim goes through.
Once the judge rules against the resort, the lawyers from Salas Aviles will be paid out the fees.
Another fantastic story with a guaranteed happy ending, but which always starts with a cold call and consumers paying money into so called escrow accounts and waiting for the results…
Salas Aviles Asociados even went to through the trouble of setting up a website last month www.Salasaviles.com
The website which supposedly should represent a successful Spanish lawyers office is only in English and there is no company registration not lawyers registration numbers.
Neither does the website comply with the law of Data Protection.
Contact details mentioned on the web: Telephone: 0034 604 290 625 (Spanish mobile)
Please note that these people are not lawyers, and they are certainly not going to do a claim for you!
If Salas Aviles Asociados has approached you already, do let us know and make sure you don’t pay them a penny!
You can reach us through the CONTACT form or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Re my previous email regarding CSL Marketing who are apperently contacting people by cold call, they are connected to a company called Pineshare who are also linked to Lansdown Financial ltd, reg by the FCA.
They are offering to get back all your initial outlay plus any rental fees you may have paid out.
No upfront fees to pay as based on a no win/no fee basis. However if they are successful their fee would be £6195, but because they are dealing with three other similar work load claims, they would deduct £2200 from the original fee but plus an IGIC tax(?) of 6.95% on the nett figure.
This concerns a timeshare at Kololi Beach Club in the Gambia.
The caller said her name was Rachel Fairburn with phone number 0800 0239032.
Just wondered if you had heard of any of these names and would you presume it to be dubious?
Any help appreciated.