A lady called Lorena Morales claiming to be acting on behalf of the Juzgado de Primera Instancia (Malaga Courts), contacts consumers and breaks the news to them that they have been awarded money through a claim against their resort.
Lorena does not only have good news, but she also explains that unfortunately, Customs and Exercise have placed an embargo on the transfer as the amount awarded is over £200,000.00.
In order for the embargo to be lifted £2000 insurance must be placed with the lawyers to ensure that the funds are not going to be used for illegal purposes. This will then satisfy the Anti-money laundering legislation established as part of the 2017 Hague Securities Agreement.
So Lorena kindly includes an invoice for the once the £2000 payment and as soon as the Oficina Judicial Andalucia receives the money the settlement will be released within 3-5 working days.
Strange enough the invoice is for a bank account in the UK. Which governmental institution uses bank accounts in another country?
Lorena Morales is calling from a Spanish mobile 0034 604 190 953
She uses an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The domain name “Malagajuz.com” was set up last week and is certainly not an official domain from any Spanish governmental institution.
Please note that the story of the awarded money through the Juzgados de Primera Instancia in Malaga and the payment to the Oficina Judicial Andalucia is a SCAM!
If Lorena Morales or any other person contacted you with the story about them acting on behalf of the courts in Malaga, awarded money and an embargo through the Oficina Judicial Andalucia, please let us know the soonest possible!