Roquetas de Mar

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  • #53444
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    It looks like the birds might have flown the coop so we shall advise recourse to the Spanish and British police.
    Gwilym Rhys-Jones
    Adviser and Investigator
    Costa del Sol Action Group
    http://www.costa-action.co.uk/
    E-mail: gwilymr-j@terra.es
    Tel: + (34) 951 31 82 77
    Mobile: + (34) 699 840 606
    Skype address: gwilymrj

    Ideal Spain Ltd.
    Developments:

    Cinta Blanca apartments, Terque, Almeria

    Roquetas de Mar apartments, Roquetas de Mar

    Bankers: Caja Madrid, C/Alfonso X1, Nº 8, 11201 Algeciras, Cadiz, Spain
    IBAN ES242038 9824 5460 0015 4989

    Offices:
    Thamesgate House
    Victoria Avenue
    Southend on Sea SS2 6BU
    Tel: 01702 345511

    Formerly:
    Castle Mews
    83 High St., Hadleigh
    Essex SS7 2PA
    Tel: 01702 554191
    Fax: 01702 557179

    info@idealspain.net
    http://www.idealspain.net

    Personnel:
    Steven Taylor
    Laurence James
    Kevin van der Vos
    Leigh Carol or Leigh Jones

  • #76024
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    There was some problems with Palmera and Aifos concerning their first promotion in Roquetas, but it was eventually resolved.

    http://www.marbella-lawyers.com/index/question … estion/185

  • #76027
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    Hi,

    That office is about 15 minutes from me and Im sure it has been empty for a long time. Dont think there was any lnk with Palmera because Palmera had a big office about another 10 minutes away, before that closed too.

    Im sure at one time it was also branded BSpain.

    Regards

    Bernard

  • #76028
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    Bernard,

    There was 35 buyers, all Palmera clients that had their contracts cancelled by Aifos because they said they had not completed as per contract.

    Aifos actually contacted all buyers to say that their apartments had been resold and if they wanted to complete they would have to pay another 12000 euros.

    To cut a long story short, there was a concerted effort by a number of the buyers to picket and disrupt their exhibition in Manchester that resulted in Aifos agreeing to let them complete.

    In order to complete Aifos made everyone sign papers to the affect that they had been most helpful and it was all Palmeras fault. Another letter that was signed stated that they had paid the additional 12000 euros even though they had not.

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