Canet-en-Roussillon: “At Mar Estang camp site, mobile home owners are arrested,” accuses Lorraine owner who filed a complaint

                                                            Olivier Hubert, owner of two mobile homes installed on the plots of the 4-star Mar Estang campground in Canet, a vacation village under the Ciplo brand, Olivier Hubert, of Lorraine, considers that he was defrauded by the Ciplo group.  On December 13, he filed a complaint with the Bordeaux public prosecutor for the theft of his Trigano Sublima.  He claims that Olivier Hubert stopped paying Siblo and was expelled from Mar Estang, due to the lack of itemized bills.
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                                                                                    <p>In front of the gates of the Mar Estang camp in Canet, on Thursday, May 12, it smells like summer.  The comings and goings of a few vacationers in extremely tight clothes spin relentlessly.  On board a black SUV, a couple approaches.<em> </em>Like a shadow on a blackboard.<em> "Don't stay here! Caravans here are deceived, they can no longer pay, one day there will be suicides"</em>Christian Perrett predicts the serious tone of the Belgian accent.<em> "I'm occupying the 1612 pitch but not for long, I'm going to Argelès to find a new camping site to move my mobile home ASAP"</em>He says.</p><!-- Pub DFP Position [outstream] -->

Also for Olivier Hubert, Vice President of the Association of Mobile Home Owners in France, the dream “Sold by Siblu France” Win, turn into a nightmare. “I bought my first mobile home in 2018, the second in 2019, and in 2020, I changed the first for a new one. Everything was going well, until 2021 when Ciplo sent me abnormal bills”, Judged. Before the payment, the covid crisis also damaged some treasury vaults, he asked management for billing details. “And there, I realized that the documents were signed at my place. It’s about getting the secured rental plan back, it’s like a credit, but illegal. So I refused to pay the claimed amounts. I didn’t personally sign these papers, I didn’t have to pay a penny. one.”

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Problems begin. “They messed with me and when they found out that I had become the vice president of the association, I found myself right in sight. Until Mar Stang fired me for annoying me”, believes Olivier Hubert, who immediately took over as a lawyer. She wrote to the Public Prosecutor of Bordeaux, Siblo French headquarters located in Pessac. By a registered letter dated November 30, 2021, the Lorraine native is tracking the four official notifications Siblu sent before the pledge action was carried out. Which consists in the event that the dispute is not settled in the automatic transfer of the ownership of the mobile home most indebted to Olivier Aubert, like any other owner, to Siblo France.

‘I took my advice on the threat right away’, continues the forty-year-old proposing to justice, as a sign of his good faith, that the rents due 2021 and 2022, along with any other bill, be deposited with the deposit box and the consignment awaiting the results of the investigation.Open until judgment. The total amount of his (rejected) claim against Mar Estang is €15,795. “I am trapped in the clutches of a society that operates under the cover of an authoritarian, unstable and unjust contract.”pleads with the head of the two caravanserais in Mar Estang and two others in Charentes-Maritimes.

32 complaints filed by mobile home owners against Siblu

But in Kané, for him, fears are interconnected and the situation is deteriorating. “On December 2, we had an appointment with management to find common ground. Except that the day before, the video surveillance camera in one of my mobile homes beeped. There was a break-in in one of my structures. I called Derk Canet, my key box disappeared, and I filed a first complaint against the manager. The second dates back to December 13, 2022. This time, she’s targeting her B11 mobile home, a new two-bedroom Trigano Sublima. Like the three-bedroom twin, both structures have been removed from their fee-paying plot and stored in an adjacent plot of land in Mar Estang.

Rivevi at Le Mar Estang camp in Canet
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“My biggest mobile home, and the most expensive, is under pledge procedure, Siblo sees my property now as his, which I solemnly object to.”criticizes Olivier Hubert who does not agree to the sanctions imposed on his other mobile home. “Since his move, Siblu has charged me ten euros per day, which is 2,917.82 euros as of May 6, 2022, not counting the following days which will increase the bill. It is nonsense. In November, I have proof, the caravan was in its original location, it was only removed in the period between December 7 and the reopening of the park, which in no way yields a nine-month credit. At ten euros a day”customer storms.

He claims to be a victim Segregation and discriminationSince his election as vice-president of the Defense Syndicate, he has demanded clarifications and requested compensation from the courts. “This eviction procedure deprives me of my company’s business tools, Siblu cannot replace the Commercial Court Registry, especially since I was a very good rental company”Eager to sell the property he still considers to be his own, Olivier Hubert is imploded, leaving Mar Estang.

Its president, Laurent Portier, too “projectile” Conspiracy in the Charentes, supports the chaos of his deputy. “Once you buy a mobile home at a Siblu camping site, you’re being held hostage. They are the masters of the game”He deplores, citing 32 complaints filed against Siblo at the Bordeaux public prosecutor’s office. “People are calling me tears and despair, more than 70% debt. Our fight is to get regulations for all the camps in France, we wrote to President Macron”confirms Laurent Portier on behalf of its one hundred and eighty angry members.

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