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time share scam Justice 4
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1/25/2014 3:15 AM (PST)

Has had any one Had any dealings with Justice 4, Lee Palister, Brdge end Wales UK, who claim to be able to chase Time Share companies through the courts in Spain for the return of the time share fees. They do require money up front for the lawyer etc.

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1/27/2014 10:38 AM (PST)

Paul, There's not much to be found online about the company. I would recommend doing more research before proceeding being that they are located outside of the US and requesting an upfront fee. Maybe contact the department of real estate.

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5/2/2014 8:54 AM (PST)

Timeshare fraud has been around since the timeshare idea was created, but they increase during poor economy. When times are difficult, timeshare owners are stuck with properties they can´t travel to or even afford. Desperate to recoup some money to pay for bills, they can easily become victims to scams artists pretending to be their timeshare salvation who will take upfront fees -as much as five number figures in some cases- but fail to fulfill their promise: http://www.timesharescam.com/blog/91-timeshare-scam-bad-economy/

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11/9/2014 5:51 PM (PST)

Timeshare fraud has been around since the timeshare idea was created, but they increase during poor economy. When times are difficult, timeshare owners are stuck with properties they can´t travel to or even afford. Desperate to recoup some money to pay for bills, they can easily become victims to scams artists pretending to be their timeshare salvation who will take upfront fees -as much as five number figures in some cases- but fail to fulfill their promise. http://www.timesharescam.com/

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