Mosaic Exchange Ltd, offering to recover the money paid to Eze Group

A new cold caller has been brought to our attention by the name of Mosaic Exchange ltd.

A lady called Ruth Firth cold calls from 0203 745 1086 with the news that the consumer will be able to get his money back from what they paid to Eze Group.

This money is the result of the successful outcome of recent court proceedings against Regency Shore (EZE Group) Holdings SL where the consumer was listed as one of their members.

Ms Firth seems to have all the details at hand, what the consumer paid, when and how.

They do charge a processing fee though of £725.

A Sarah Baker from Mosaic Exchange Ltd reconfirms it all by email send from

The payment includes the fees for Mosaic Exchange, courier service, and translation services. Once the consumer has paid the fees, Mosaic Exchange will be under contract with the consumer to finalize the claim.

All monies will be settled within 10 working days. If the process does not complete within the given timeframe all monies will be returned to the consumer.

In order to make it appear all more official and trustworthy, Sara Baker add that “all monies and procedure are contractually and fiscally guaranteed by our long-standing relationship with the high court in Madrid and the central bank of Spain, this is also applicable to our clients that have an issue with any (EZE Group) dealings and or concerns in Portugal. As we also have a good working relationship with the Portuguese chamber of commerce.”

Oops! Did we not hear this before?

In any case, what this company says makes no sense.

There is no money set aside from successful court claims where a consumer’s name appears on a list and a third party company without registration, nothing is appointed to process the payments to the consumer.

has not been found at the Companies House, not in UK nor Spain.

They don’t have a website and use a Gmail account for sending emails:

Telephone number 0203 745 1086 which could perfectly well be a number purchased over the Internet.

And their address: 1-3 The Long Acre, Covent Garden, London WC2E 9LH, seems to coincide with a restaurant in London…

If Ruth Firth or Sarah Baker or anybody else from Mosaic Exchange Ltd contacted you with the fantastic story about recovering money from Eze, please do let us know.





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1 Response to Mosaic Exchange Ltd, offering to recover the money paid to Eze Group

  1. Ruth says:

    Good evening, I just wanted to get in touch to see if you had heard from anybody else regarding GR8 stays, we have just had an email from them saying that they are willing to forget all of our arrears if we pay them £350, they will also reinstate all of our benefits, to be fair we have never used any of their benefits, is this a sprat to catch a mackerel, I am ignoring their email as I have their letters which I have sent back unopened, I would be grateful for your advice, Ruth

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