Fraudsters will send text messages to your phone using your bank’s phone number, requesting you call fraud prevention line to confirm your identity. They’ll make you confirm your bank details, which will give them access to all your funds.
In November 2016 The Timeshare Consumers Assocaition reported on the property scheme ‘Harlequin’ being sued by its investors for £400m in respect of ‘using’ them to fund their build projects. The full story can be read here. In the same article in November, it was said
If I go to Brazil, I will be dead in 48 hours’: What boss of failed £70m EcoHouse property investment scheme told investors
its been nearly a year and reports are still arriving at our office about Eco House and its scam.
About 50 people sit in a cold, dingy room at the back of a West Midlands hotel. Some have travelled hundreds of miles to be here, while others are local. There are couples in their 70s; the youngest person seems to be about 30.
They are all coming out of the woodwork this week! Further to reporting on the resale company Pana Travel yesterday, we have also been notified of another scam that is being operated out of the UK. This company is playing off the back of the recent claims that have been awarded in Spanish Courts to ITRA in regard to contracts purchased in perpetuity and with floating weeks. We have reported on several consumer wins over the past few months in relation to these cases.
Call ITRA Sindapore right away if you were told these lies while purchasing a timeshare contract
The timeshare industry has two faces: on the one hand, has guaranteed vacations in beautiful and luxury suites at amazing places and promise to be less expensive over time to travel through a travel agent. On the other hand, unfortunately is also rife of deception, misrepresented promises and scams by unscrupulous sellers who are not interested in nothing but their welfare despite leaving an innocent purchaser with unnecessary debt.
Asset Land’s appeal rejected by supreme court but City regulator says investors likely only to get fraction of money back. ITRA Europe and ITRA Singapore are looking into this closly to see if they can help.