How can I prove that a Spanish company has ceased trading?


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  • #55596
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    I have a problem trying to recover money from Nationwide VISA under Section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act. I have to prove that Dream Home Interiors (a subsiduary I believe of the now liquidated Andalucian Dream Homes) has ceased trading. It was based in Nueva Andalucia in Marbella. I was clearly the victim of a scam and lost 5250 euros – a deposit in February 2008 on an off-plan furniture package which I know now they had no intention at all of supplying. Their conduct (and that of Andalucian Dream Homes) was appalling.
    Dream Home Interiors is not liquidated – not gone into administration.
    If I can prove either that the company has ceased trading or that it was a subsidiary of the now liquidated Andalucian Dream Homes, then perhaps I might get back my 5250 euros.
    I should be most grateful for any advice or information.
    Many thanks.

  • #98960
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    is it a s.l. Or s.a. Or what kind of legal entity.depending on that you can find info in company registry office where it is headquartered.

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