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Jul 02, 2019
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Yes I Think So
by: Anonymous

My parents have just returned from Adeje 06/19 and have been scammed in exactly the same way by the same person Theo Mark or at least that's the name he uses.

I am currently trying to get more details if you have anything you are willing to share please let me know.

I doubt the money will ever be recovered but if I can prevent/stop him continuing to scam people of their hard earned cash then I will try.

Nov 12, 2019
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Us Too
by: Anonymous

My sister and I were both scammed on
October 14th, the night before we were to leave to return to the UK. He was called Gary and the store was next door to the Pheasant Plucker. Don’t go there, he got us for 3,000 euros each, and no receipts etc. Trying to get help from credit card companies, but not too hopeful.
This needs to be stopped, don’t the police care??? Puts us off going back to Tenerife.

Feb 04, 2020
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Fooled Again
by: Anonymous

We were also conned by these people in the shop next to the Pheasant Plucker in Costa Adeje. We are 89 and 78 years old and they really scammed us with a tablet that is supposed to do everything that neither of us would understand and told us we couldn't get the paperwork until the morning we were leaving. We were then tricked into using our cards even giving us a special tea which we are pretty sure contained something to make us totally stupid because no way would we have let ourselves be taken in at home. The shop is well known and has been written about for at least 4 years but it is still carrying on scamming people, especially targeting seniors who are vulnerable. What are the police and authorities doing? These people are Indian, they have no respect for their victims or for the Spanish people whose country they are shaming. They took £4,000 of our money but they have taken our confidence in ourselves and left us never wanting to holiday again - not that we could afford to now. My advice: don't go to Costa Adeje, don't buy electrical goods. In fact, steer clear of Tenerife because the police and authorities are doing nothing to protect the tourists and tourists are the only thing that Tenerife has.

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