The saga continues with The Solutions Group and the associated (fake) lawyers.

The Solutions Group is still actively entertaining consumers with their stories of court claims, awarded money and pay outs in different installments.

We heard about consumers who were approached by Solutions in 2019 about a potential reward for a holiday product they purchased years before.

Some people received calls; others received a letter where The Solutions Group explained that the Spanish courts had instructed CUC Abogados to enact to get their money.

Of course, nothing happened, there couldn’t be as CUC Abogados is a complete fake and fraudulent company!

We warned about CUC Abogados, or Caneillo Utierros Ciusapi Abogados and you can read this warning on the following link: https://wp.me/p1kmoi-3CY

Consumers who didn’t fall for story of CUC Abogados, were then approached again and referred to another fake company called Perez Alonso Abogados y Asesoria.

Another warning was posted on the blog about Perez Alonso and you can read this on the following link: https://wp.me/p1kmoi-3HU

But as it seems now, The solutions Group hasn’t had enough of the consumers’ money as yet, and they continue the saga of the court claims and money being paid out to consumers.

They keep on insisting the claim has been successful and it is actually surprising to see that everybody seems to be awarded the same amount.

Supposedly the awarded money is now waiting there for the consumer in order to be transferred into their accounts.

But of course, another fee has to be paid first.

This time a payment is requested of £477 for translation of documents to complete the case.

The company in charge of the documentation and corresponding translation is Contract Advice Ltd.

The payment needs to be done by bank transfer in the name of this company.

Please note that there are no court claims done by The Solutions Group, and there is certainly no money awarded to consumers just out of the blue which is going to be paid out through their “associated” companies such as CUC Abogados or Perez Alonso Abogados.

And as there is no court claim, no ruling and no awarded money, Contract Advice won’t be doing any translation either!

Please if you are one of the many consumers that have been entertained for years now by The Solutions Group, stop paying them money!

You will not see this back!

If you have been in contact with any of the companies mentioned, do let us know.

You can email us at customercare@mindtimeshare.com or through the contact form on the blog.

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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3 Responses to The saga continues with The Solutions Group and the associated (fake) lawyers.

  1. ron says:

    With most of these sc** companies they all seem to want translation fees. The timeshare sellers will have identical forms of agreements for all the items they “own” so why do they need a translation for each individual plus they do not consider that the client may be fluent in the language of the country where the timeshare is, it all stinks .

  2. Ray says:

    Thank you or your rapid response! I suspected as much but after a long period of inactivity, Where we still Own (?) MBC (?) and at the age of 85+, we are concerned about leaving a “debt” for our children to pick up possibly. We were told by the Lawyer not to pay. The “new” Owners of MBC which is MGM (I believe) having taken over from Petchey, still send us a n Invoice. At one stage, they asked us to return the Deeds, which we still have, endorsed in Portuguese! Since we did not understand what we were agreeing to, we asked for a translation into English – which never arrived! Hence we are still waiting for it. How do we stand in Law? We are unlikely ever to travel again and our children (and grandchildrem both teenagers now) find weeks 18 & 19 inconvenient for their holidays – so will not use it either! Do you have or can you supply any advice for us please.

  3. Brian says:

    Pleased to see you are back in action with your informative updates of current timeshare scammers. Oh ……….if there were ever just one legitimate outfit out there to assist us with accurate advice about realistic redress!

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