Guardia Civil vehicle outside a home in Mallorca raided in false compensation claims case
Guardia Civil vehicle outside one of the addresses raided in 2017.
Mallorca false compensation claims accused due to stand trial
In September 2017, the Guardia Civil mounted a major operation against fraudulent holiday sickness claims.
Tourist arrested for false claim of robbery
He told police that he had been threatened with a knife.
False claims accused to appear in court this month
Seven people were arrested by the Guardia Civil a year ago.
Big reduction expected in false holiday sickness claims
Laura Cameron, accused of having headed an operation in Majorca dedicated to eliciting false compensation claims, appeared in court yesterday.
Ambassador backs bogus holiday sickness claims' clampdown
The new rules will fix the legal costs that can be claimed in package holiday sickness claims.
UK government crackdown on false holiday compensation claims
Abta is welcoming the closure of a legal loophole which has given rise to false sickness claims.
Government continuing its war against false holiday claims
The Senate’s Energy and Tourism Commission yesterday approved a motion tabled by the Partido Popular in the Balearics to continue the fight against bogus holiday claims.
Police provide Palma court with false compensation claims evidence
The police have uncovered around 800 individual British tourists who claim to have suffered food poisoning and gastric complaints
Catalonia, contracts resignation, false claims: the week in Majorca
Y Viva España rang out, the tourism minister was doing good work, a Liverpool court handed out significant sentences, and there were yet more illegal immigrants.
Jail for false claims couple as UK government clamps down further
"Bogus from start to finish" was the judge's conclusion. Meanwhile, the UK government is drawing up new rules against false claims.
Call for Brussels to regulate on false holiday claims
Brussels should be involved in order to ensure that false claims don't become an issue with other markets.
Claims, Calvia, Cristal: the week in Majorca
Calvia and Britons were in the frame because of false claims and drugs crimes. "Massification" will massify a Palma square later this month. What does "de-growth" mean? And a famous bar closed.
An "army" used for eliciting false holiday sickness claims
"Tiqueteros" were being paid commissions of 50 pounds for each holidaymaker who made a claim.
Guardia Civil praised for "meticulous work" in false claims' operation
Five people, all Britons, appeared in court in Palma on Thursday. The alleged leader of the organised group had her passport withdrawn.
Guardia Civil raid homes and businesses in false holiday claims operation
The two alleged ringleaders, British women, are well-known on the island for, for instance, business interests in bars.
Fear of more false holiday claims as main summer season ends
Abta is again warning that the cost of holidays could increase because of the claims.
Licence stripped from holiday sickness firm
Lancashire-based Allsure Ltd had encouraged holiday-goers to fabricate or embellish symptoms of gastric illness to get compensation.
European lawyers intervene in UK false holiday sickness claims
The Solicitors Regulation Authority in England and Wales has issued warnings to various law firms.
UK government clamps down on bogus holiday sickness claims
"Our message to those who make false holiday sickness claims is clear - your actions are damaging and will not be tolerated."
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