We’ve been made aware of a publication on the website (www.ascoe.es) of certain false information relating to the bankrupt companies that this Bankruptcy Administration is currently handling. In the aforementioned website, the following is stated: “Ascoe, in collaboration with the bankruptcy administrator will offer the possibility of disassociation to shareholders that leave the complex, or
even the option to trade for other similar complexes to those that wish to remain part of the
We hereby inform that that statement is entirely false. This bankruptcy administration has no agreement of any kind with ASCOE, or any other association, entity or person, and, much less, to offer any sort of swap, trade or disassociation to shareholders.
The bankrupt companies are related to the provision of ancillary services in the Mijas and Tenerife complexes, such as reservations, restaurant services and maintenance, therefore Club La Costa shareholders and their rights of ownership, or rights to enjoy holiday periods that they may have are not affected by the bankruptcy procedures.
We inform you that we’ve formally requested the removal of the false information from ASCOE’s website under warning of legal actions being taken.
On this official website you’ll be able to find all relevant information related to the bankruptcy procedures. We therefore recommend you mistrust any information found on social media and other internet sources, as, in many cases, this information will be mistaken, incomplete, or just completely false and can lead to error or deception.
If you need any information or clarification about aspects relating to the bankruptcy procedure, don’t hesitate to contact us through the email addresses set up for those means.
Signed: Bankruptcy Administration