Silverpoint News

June 2019

We are aware that some consumers are receiving notices of provisional liquidation regarding Excel Overseas Holdings and ELPP Investment – and that in many cases there are connections to Silverpoint and associated properties in Tenerife.

We have also been receiving complaints from consumers regarding being unable to contact representatives of Silverpoint and ‘Insignia’.

What already appeared as complex matters has become more so and at present there are no obvious answers. However, the situation warrants further investigation and we will be pleased to assist in this respect and are looking to consult with specialist lawyers and investigators. If you have been affected by these issues and would like your case to be potentially examined, please let us know – we will need your permission to pass on your details and data pertinent to your complaints and potential claims.

Monster News

June 2019
Several consumers have informed us they have received documents relating to the purported liquidation of Monster. There has been no substantiation that we have seen that this is a genuine legal process and would therefore advise extreme caution.
We have also been informed that the police team conducting the investigation of Monster are also aware of this but have stated that they cannot offer specific advice regarding this at this time. We presume that this is because of the current status of the investigation.
More information regarding Monster and connected companies: https://timesharebusinesscheck.org/monster-travel-sellmytimeshare-tv-warning/

EZE Group boss Dominic O’Reilly jailed for bullying elderly into useless holiday packages worth £200k

‘O’Reilly headed up Eze Europe Ltd and fleeced elderly into handing over cash.

An intimidating company owner who “bullied and frightened” victims into shelling out more than £200,000 in a timeshare scam has been jailed.

At Birmingham Crown Court on Thursday, company boss O’Reilly, 55 was sentenced to a total of 28 months imprisonment and his step-daughter, Stephanie, was sentenced to a total of 18 months imprisonment, suspended for two years, for their part in a timeshare ‘leisure credit’ scam.’

Credits: Birmingham Live, By Ross McCarthy & Ashley Preece, 21/03/19

Above excerpts and read the full article: https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/midlands-news/timeshare-boss-dominic-oreilly-jailed-16010172

 

If you have been affected by EZE Group, then you can contact KwikChex via the Task Force website – https://timesharebusinesscheck.org/free-assistance/Assistance is entirely free and the service is Trading Standards vetted and approved.