This number is being used by a fake law firm supposedly based in Madrid targeting timeshare owners.
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This person on the phone must think he is talking to an idiot said. I had been with them for...
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About maintenance on Sky equipment - asked why I needed maintenance on sky equipment & they hung up !! -...
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