About Us

Here to Help You Assert Your Rights in The Sharing Economy

Our start-up Fairbnbclaim Ltd. was founded in 2018 after an Amsterdam based serial entrepreneur Robert Michel Kreuger decided that something effective had to be done against the misuse of the term 'sharing' and the often negative effects it has on homeowners and hosts as well as tenants and guests of homes shared in the world's most beloved cities and communities. Today our international partners' team consists of specialized professional consultants and partner law firms.

What is explicitly often not shared by any of early adopters of the “sharing economy” is a responsibility. When something goes horribly wrong with an Airbnb, HomeAway, or any other home 'sharing' or bed and breakfast transaction, it often feels like the companies say: “It wasn’t me" or they simply try to break your claim avoiding any type of responsibility or accountability.

Fairbnbclaim Ltd. is the independent consulting firm for all claims concerning home-sharing and bed & breakfast company disputes and law-suits.

If you are a professional real estate management firm, an individual tenant/guest or a property owner/host in trouble we will share our legal knowledge and global network with you.

Our independent specialized legal partners will review your claim free of charge. We will provide you with an estimation of your chances and make you an offer to submit your claim if it is worthwhile.

If you like to discuss your claim with us, please fill out the form available on our website.

Our People

 CEO, Neria Kundrotaite


CEO Neria Kundrotaite

Neria is an experienced strategy and management consultant as well as a consumer rights advocate in the sharing economy.

Her goal, along with co-founders and partners of Fairbnbclaim, is to make it as easy as possible for professional real-estate owners, individual home-owners and travelers to assert their legal rights.

"There is still too little protection for online consumers, especially in the sharing economy. Travelers may temporarily benefit from discounted rooms, hosts might earn additional income from short-term rentals, but the ultimate price of losing all guarantees of safety and responsibility is not worth it in the long run. If we want to see the early adopters of the sharing economy as sustainable businesses and have confidence in the services they offer, we have to be sure that their policies are fair for all the parties involved, which is clearly not the case now as Fairbnbclaim would not exist."

Today, Neria is an influential consumer advocate in sharing market economy and tech industries. She’s working tirelessly to raise public awareness of consumers' rights and hopes for a level playing field in the sharing economy.