Scammer are offering $25 for signing up and $10 for the referrer

by Rudolf Faix 17. November 2019 06:21


ScamThe greed of many people hinders their thinking. These people just need to see an incredible offer, accept this offer immediately, promote it and cry afterwards because they are not getting paid. The normal common sense is simply not available with such people.

It is so easy to check offers with the help of Google. Simply enter the domain name under double quotes in the search field, adding the words;" reviews" and/or "scam" and exclude the searched domain itself by prefixing the domain name with -site:. Here is an example: "easycashjob.com" scam -site:easycashjob.com

All what you have to do is to read the content of the results afterwards and make your own opinion. You'll find positive and negative reviews. An old German proverb says that it is much cheaper to learn from others' mistakes than from ones own.

I call it balancing justice because even the one who is promoting the following offers ;will not paid too:

Domain Domain created search
easycashjob.com 2019-04-23
hodium.com 2019-07-29
influencercash.co 2019-04-10
influencersearn.com 2019-09-25
kashtree.com 2019-08-11
rainmoney.co 2019-08-15
referralpay.co 2019-05-23
tap2earn.co 2019-09-10

One of the next domain names the scammer will continue is:

Domain Name: viralgenie.co
Registry Domain ID: D02B06C802A954AEFBAF6BBD4BE4AF4D3-NSR
Registrar WHOIS Server: whois.opensrs.net
Registrar URL: www.opensrs.com
Updated Date: 2019-10-18T05:12:55Z
Creation Date: 2019-09-21T17:20:18Z
Registry Expiry Date: 2020-09-21T17:20:18Z
Registrar: Tucows Domains Inc.

All these websites claiming for themselves to work with high value advertising companies and are offering you the easiest ways to make money online. All what you have to do is to do some simple jobs and to bring new people into their system. It looks to be risk-free, because it is free to join. Making money seems to be easy, because sharing a link is something what everybody can do.

Many of the sites above are claiming to pay $1 for each unique visitor, $10 to the referral for the case the visitor is signing up and they will give each one, who has signed up $25 for free. Think about it, where the money will come from if there are signing up a few hundred thousand visitors? From companies, which need even to hide themselves on their websites and their domain registrations behind privacy protection services? Real and successful companies are proud about themselves and don't need to hide themselves. Only scammer, fraudsters and other criminals need to hide themselves.

All the above websites are telling you, that they are already a few years on the market. That it is nothing than a lie gets shown by looking at the domain creation date.

One of two things will happen once you try to cash out:

  • You'll simple get banned, because asking for getting paid is in the eyes of the scammer a fraud
  • You hear and get nothing, because the scammer is in the hope that you'll continue promoting his site for at least a while

Don't forget that the fraudster is the only one who is making money without working by himself. Such fraudsters are simple wasting other peoples time for enriching themselves. The main goal from the scammer is to bring as much as possible people into their system and let them working unpaid.

The scammers have even an additional income, because everybody who is signing up, gives them his email address, name and a password. These data can get sold to other scammers, spammers and hackers. The result is that your inbox will get filled with incredible offers and some personal accounts like Paypal and email can get hacked. Don't forget, that all people like to get as much money as possible.

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Affiliates & MLM Marketing

Suspicious: Global Platinum Services - globalplatinumservices.com - Monte Jeremy

by Rudolf Faix 23. January 2017 04:13

Global Platinum Services (globalplatinumservices.com) hides their domain registration data behind a privacy protection service, but at the homepage gets shown one UK address and one US address. Such a behavior does not make any sense. It looks for everybody like they have something to hide and already that makes them very suspicious.

That is not the only alarm signal from a scam. Even their Facebook advertisement with the title "Travel Agent Wanted", shown on the right, shows more than one alarm signals for a plain and simple scam. There is written:

  • No travel Agent or Tourism experience Necessary
  • Full training - Sales, Marketing, Product ExclusiveMentorship Program
  • Low Start Up Costs
  • Personal website & Back office supplier
  • Access to DISCOUNTED Travel Deals

By reading the above points is it nothing else than an offer that you can use their training, web services and office service on your own risk and expenses. That is not an affiliate marketing offer, because you are taking all the work, commercial risks and expenses for the purpose than another one is able to earn. Anybody, who is interested, can open in such a case his own travel agency and trade with the offers from serious big tour operators.

The offer seems to be from a scammer based in India, who likes to hide his location. The reason for this assumption is the sign for the India Rupee (₹) in the for sale posting from Ms. Jade Burrell in the Facebook group to Business (Opportunity Dealer) - US. Jade Burrell does everything to invoke the impression that she is from the US. She is calling herself at her Facebook profile to be a CEO of Taker$ Ent., takersent.com, a domain registered to the provider Doodlebit LLC, 1712 Main St #254, Kansas City, MO 64108, US.

The domain globalplatinumservices.com, created on October 15, 2016, provides two addresses in the footer:

  • MB Holidays LTD 71-75 Shelton Street, Covent Garden, London WC@H 9JQ United Kingdom Registered in UK Number 09851263
    By taking a look at the UK Company register, we find the following entries for the number 09851263:
    • Company name: XStream MB Holidays Ltd
    • Address: 71-75 Shelton Street, Covent Garden, London, United Kingdom, WC2H 9JQ.
      A search for the address in Google returns 18,023 companies at the same address. A complete list can get shown at Endole. As not one building can give enough place for 18,023 companies the address is from a post forwarding service and not a real office address.
    • Incorporation 2015-11-02
    • Statement of capital on 2015-11-02 GBP 1
    • Director: Monte Jeremy, Born: February 1974, Nationality: British, Country of residence: United States
    • Additional warning:

    Confirmation statement overdue

    First statement date 1 November 2016
    due by 15 November 2016

  • PC Platinum Travel, Inc. 7260 West Azure Drive Suite 141-568 Las Vegas, NV 89130
    Here are getting already some reviews found about this company:

The at the homepage provided "Florida registered seller of travel FLA ST36342" and "California registered seller of travel ID #CST 2076446-40" are the registration numbers from:

INTERNATIONAL VACATIONS INC
15400 KNOLL TRAIL DR STE 370, DALLAS, TX 75248-7079
Phone 214-239-2840
License Type License# Issued Expires Status
Seller of Travel ST36342 09/21/05   Exempt - ARC

Their understanding of a best price guarantee can get found at InternationalVacation.com Ripoff from TripAdvisor. At BehindMLM gets found an report with the title Phase 4 Global Review: A 4 matrix tall travel club too. In any case, International Vacations Inc. seems to be more interested in selling memberships to their pyramid system than travel packages. At the Internet are getting found around 600 sites offering memberships, but not one site is offering any travel package.

Global Platinum Services promotes their memberships with commissions up to 75% and on the other site a best price guarantee for their bookings. This contradicts each other, because the normal commission rates for travel agents are between 10% - 16% for package tours in this kind of industry. The average commission for airfare is only 1.36%. The travel industry is fighting over the price for their customers and for this reason all margins have been going down. An offer with with commissions of up to 75% is in this case not really serious. So the pyramid system has to get paid with membership fees and the real commission for the travel agent is in the best case less than 20%. Maybe you'll reach a commission of 75% if you are booking for someone a one night stay in a very cheap hotel and bill him a service fee. The average service fee is $38.

It even looks like that Global Platinum Services is only living from the membership fees. At other review sites are getting even cheaper membership fees mentioned than which are available than today. At the moment are only two offers as opportunity listed:

  1. Platinum Agent
    Setup Fee: $149.95
    Monthly Fee: $69.95 ($839.40/year)

  2. Platinum Plus Agent
    Setup Fee: $199.95
    Monthly Fee: $89.95 ($1,079.40/year)

This example shows, that it does not make any sense to use a privacy service for a domain, which should get used in business. It makes only the complete business suspicious. That someone needs to work and to pay for it, makes the system not more trustfully. Every pyramid system will break down as soon as not enough new victims entering the system can get found.

As it is useless to offer overpriced travel tour packages, because someone needs to pay the commissions for the affiliates and the tour operator likes to earn too, does it not make sense to promote any of this travel packages. For Global Platinum Services makes it more sense and it is more lucrative to sell memberships for their useless platform and use the travel industry for hiding their sham business.

Domain registry data from globalplatinumservices.com:

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Registrar Abuse Contact Email: abuse@godaddy.com
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Registry Registrant ID: Not Available From Registry
Registrant Name: Registration Private
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Registrant Street: 14747 N Northsight Blvd Suite 111, PMB 309
Registrant City: Scottsdale
Registrant State/Province: Arizona
Registrant Postal Code: 85260
Registrant Country: US
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Name Server: NS1.NY7.COM
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>>> Last update of WHOIS database: 2017-01-22T06:00:00Z <<<

Domain registration data of paycation-plus.com:

Domain Name: paycation-plus.com
Registry Domain ID: 1969337266_DOMAIN_COM-VRSN
Registrar WHOIS Server: whois.godaddy.com
Registrar URL: http://www.godaddy.com
Update Date: 2016-10-22T00:03:47Z
Creation Date: 2015-10-17T11:53:20Z
Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2017-10-17T11:53:20Z
Registrar: GoDaddy.com, LLC
Registrar IANA ID: 146
Registrar Abuse Contact Email: abuse@godaddy.com
Registrar Abuse Contact Phone: +1.4806242505
Domain Status: clientTransferProhibited http://www.icann.org/epp#clientTransferProhibited
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Registry Registrant ID: Not Available From Registry
Registrant Name: Jeremy Monte
Registrant Organization: Montbriar, Inc
Registrant Street: 4417 Hudson Bend Road
Registrant City: Austin
Registrant State/Province: TX
Registrant Postal Code: 78732
Registrant Country: US
Registrant Phone: +1.5858203765
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Registrant Fax:
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Registry Admin ID: Not Available From Registry
Admin Name: Jeremy Monte
Admin Organization: Montbriar, Inc
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Registry Tech ID: Not Available From Registry
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Tech Organization: Montbriar, Inc
Tech Street: 4417 Hudson Bend Road
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Tech Postal Code: 78732
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Name Server: NS11.DOMAINCONTROL.COM
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DNSSEC: unsigned
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Domain registration data of internationalvacations.com:

Domain Name: INTERNATIONALVACATIONS.COM
Registry Domain ID: 3940015_DOMAIN_COM-VRSN
Registrar WHOIS Server: whois.networksolutions.com
Registrar URL: http://www.networksolutions.com/en_US/
Updated Date: 2015-12-29T08:48:46Z
Creation Date: 1999-02-27T05:00:00Z
Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2021-02-27T05:00:00Z
Registrar: NETWORK SOLUTIONS, LLC.
Registrar IANA ID: 2
Registrar Abuse Contact Email: abuse@web.com
Registrar Abuse Contact Phone: +1.8003337680
Reseller:
Domain Status:
Registry Registrant ID:
Registrant Name: john przywara
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Registrant Street: 2120 DEERFIELD DR STE 404-326
Registrant City: PLANO
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Registry Tech ID:
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Suspicious Sites

Bitcoin imitators: SwissCoin operating from Leipzig, Germany

by Rudolf Faix 6. October 2016 08:46

SwissCoin LogoAs "the beginning of the revolution of monetary transactions" extols the Euro Solution GmbH in Cham in Switzerland their new virtual currency SwissCoin. In June 2016 they started it. In a brochure on the "cryptocurrency" they are luring: "Now you are also times from the beginning, when a worldwide movement arises."

SwissCoin does not get accepted by any money exchanging system on the world, you get free coins already for signing up, you get additional coins for bringing other victims into the system and you have no chance to use this coins in any shop. Which value can have coins from such systems? As soon as the company behind runs into problems or gets shut down you lose all your real money. Each pyramid system or Ponzi scheme breaks down as soon as not enough new victims entering the systems can get found.

The distribution model for Swisscoin was copied from Onecoin one on one and is the worst, it lacks the products. Swisscoin has no usability because the cryptic money has to be created first and cannot get used the next few years. The lawyer of the OneCoin procured in court an injunction, his office publicly warns from SwissCoin.

According to the imprint of swisscoin.eu stands behind this project a company with the name Euro Solution GmbH located in Baar / Switzerland, which actually exists. The business purpose got declared on April 18, as following:

Training and education in the fields of Internet and exchange services; Advising individuals and legal entities in the field of strategic and operational issues, the provision of services in this regard at home and abroad and trade in goods of all kinds; whole purpose paraphrase statutes in accordance

Did they not know that they want to establish a new crypto-currency in the market and why this did not get stated? A possible explanation can found in the fact that the company got founded with a capital of only CHF 20,000 (US$ 20,566 according the exchange rate from today). With such a capital equipment you can operate safely many companies, but you can never push a new crypto-currency.

Manager of Euro Solution GmbH is Hans-Werner Marquetant. About him you cannot find very much on the Internet - except to note that he acts or should act as Chairman of the Veto-Concept AG from Leipzig, Germany. He is already 74 years old. This sounds at first glance still reasonably well - until one has ever looked behind the scenes.

The Veto-Concept AG, headquartered in Leipzig languishes for years - more or less unsuccessfully. CEO is a Horst Wefer who turns 70. It can get doubted if he is still active in the company and developes crypto currencies. But the company still has a board of directors - Mr. Manfred Mayer. This man is known among networkers like a sore thumb for many years. Unfortunately, never with a positive sign, but always with negative. And now it is really funny - but not for those who go into the hands of SwissCoin. Because the domain registration of richcoin.eu are abundantly clear about digestion, into whose hands they actually goes: In the hands from Manfred Mayer from the board of the Veto-Concept AG in Leipzig. The attached screenshot is worth a thousand words - just take a look at the email-address:

Domain registration date from richcoin.eu

The imprint of www.swisscoin.eu gives the impression that it was dealing with a company established in Switzerland. This is true indeed - but only on paper. Because the Euro Consult GmbH has in Switzerland does not have its own offices, telephone, etc. That is recognizable by the c / o notice in the Swiss Commercial Register:

c/o EXECUTIVE Office GmbH, Ruessenstrasse 12, 6340 Baar

The phone number +49.3419746815 the email address info@veto-concept.com are now data located in Leipzig, Germany and not from Switzerland!

Domain registration data from swisscoin.eu

There is coming a third company into the game for the reason that everything is as much as possible cluttered and unmanageable - the Euro-Invest Consult GmbH, also from Leipzig, Germany. In August 2015 this company got overtaken by the CEO of Euro Solution GmbH, Baar, Hans Werner Marquetant, 74, from the former CEO Horst Wefer, 70, in a more than desolate economic condition(!). The last published balance sheet of Euro-Invest Consult GmbH for 2009 includes, among other things this note:

The balance sheet loss included loss carry forward of € 27,885.69. Deposits on the other hand in the amount of € 5,650.86.

Since the amounts of the subscribed capital from this GmbH is only € 25,000, is the company already deeply in debts, basically actually already bankrupt! These indeed fits also that the balance sheets for the years starting from 2010 were no longer published.

In summary are on swisscoin.eu somehow three companies involved:

  1. Euro-Invest Consult GmbH, Leipzig, Germany - basically bankrupt
  2. Euro Consult GmbH, Baar, Switzerland - Reestablishment with only CHF 20,000
  3. Veto-Concept AG, Leipzig, Germany - according to the last balance sheet from 2011 economically battered

    The paid up share capital of € 50,000 has changed due to the loss carried forward and the current net income of € 1,934.13 to € 8,190.27.

    Loosely translated, it means that no bank in the world would lend a single penny to this company, because they survive only by taking off from the existing substance. Unless the balance sheets starting from 2012 would not show any earnings again, but since those balance sheets did not got published, I cherish reasonable doubts.

The individuals are involved at swisscoin.eu:

  • Horst Wefer, 70 years old, CEO of Veto-Concept AG, Leipzig, Germany
  • Manfred Mayer, 57 years old, since December 2011 executive of Veto-Concept AG, Leipzig, Germany
  • Hans Werner Marquetant, 74 years old, Chairman of Veto-Concept AG, Leipzig, Germany
    Managing director from Euro Solution GmbH, Baar, Switzerland
    and since August 2015 managing director of Euro-Invest Consult GmbH, Leipzig, Germany

If someone is thinking logically then he will get it, that nobody can buy money and nobody can take out more money from a system than the amount of money is inside. Each little child knows already that the market price depends on supply and demand. Which value can have a digital currency which gets traded only by one issuer?

 

Bitcoin imitator: OneCoin a very risky virtual currency

by Rudolf Faix 4. October 2016 03:27

OneCoin LogoThe virtual currency of Bitcoin has many followers. New Providers want to benefit from it and imitate the original. The German consumer magazine FINANZtest warns strongly from the significant risks.

Other providers rely on the enthusiasm for purely digital currencies, the pioneer of Bitcoin has triggered. Whether that is actually profitable for the customer, but is questionable. Newcomers like SwissCoin and OneCoin differ greatly from Bitcoin. In both there are central bodies that verify the system. The currencies have a very limited use. The publishers rely on multi-level compensation plans to attract customers to bring their products further among the people.

If someone is thinking logically then he will get it, that nobody can buy money and nobody can take out more money from a system than the amount of money is inside. Each little child knows already that the market price depends on supply and demand. Which value can have a digital currency which gets traded only by one issuer?

OneCoin does not get accepted by any other money exchanging system found at the world, you get free OneCoins already for signing up, you get additional OneCoins for bringing other victims into the system and you have no chance to use these OneCoins in any shop. Which value can have OneCoins? As soon as the company behind is running into problems or gets shut down from the government you lose all your real money. Each pyramid system or Ponzi scheme breaks down as soon as not enough new victims entering into the system can get found.

OneCoin is a "billion-euro company" according to company founder Ruja Ignatova from Bulgaria. It occurs under the brand names OneCoin, OneLife network and OneAcademy. The website from OneCoin praise their cryptocurrency as the second largest of the world. In two years, Ignatova wants to be the number one and have ten million customers. They buy training packages for prices from 110 euros upwards.

Wow, OneCoin surpasses itself. You need to buy a training package for using it! Does it not show already the scam? You need to get a training for using the crypto currency. Maybe you'll need a training too for using your hard earned real money?

OneCoin describes itself as "centralized" crypto currency. It stands according to the company deliberately "currently not for everyone to act" open, because it is still new. OneCoins can only be traded on an internal network platform. Other trading platforms for crypto currencies are not trading OneCoin. Whether and how OneCoins get mined, bought and sold, depends largely on the management. In June, the company reported about waiting times of two to three months until customers received their coins.

At the same time, Ignatova announced to extend the maximum possible amount of OneCoins from October from 2.1 billion to 120 billion units. If OneCoin has overestimated the demand it can lead to a price crash.

Critics such as the Latvian financial and capital market Commission interfere on the multi-tiered, pyramid-style remuneration system: the company rewarded customers, if they manage to persuade more customers to buying its products, and this cause further purchases.

"The business model of OneCoin is perfectly legal and does not qualify as a pyramid scheme," OneCoin stresses to FINANZtest. The OneLife Network offer genuine products, such as mobile computing device "OneTablet" and real services in the form of training packages with finance. The business model is based "on the basis of a traditional direct sales concept". Let members possible, "to earn their income through referrals and sales training toolkits on cryptocurrency and financial management to non-members." Commission and bonus would immediately depending on the success paid - just as with well-known companies with direct sales offering goods such as kitchen appliance Thermomix, the personal care products of Amway or dietary supplements from Herbalife.

Let us take a look at their product - the "OneTablet". The specifications are getting found at their site:

HD RESOLUTION: 800*480/1024 x 600/1024*768

GOOGLE ANDROID SOFTWARE
Android OS MaPan firmware

COMPONENTS: MTK Quad core CPU

WIRELESS 802.11B/G/N: 802.11b/g/n WI-FI wireless connection

STORAGE: RAM 1GB / Build in 16GB / Expandable up to 64GB

BATTERY POWER: 2500 – 8000mAH / 5V 2A lipo battery

INPUTS TOUCHSCREEN (CAPACITIVE): Multi – point capacitive touch screen

DUAL CAMERAS: Front 0.3MP + back 1.3 million pixels

Front 1.3MP + back 2.0 million pixels

Price: € 550 + SHIPPING + 550 BV (Bonus Volume) GENERATED!

Funny are the specs from the battery power already. It seems like Ignatova is thinking that battery power is a chewing gum. An built-in battery has a fixed capacity and cannot get provided as a value between 2500 - 8000 mAH!

The value of BV (Bonus Volume) is € 1 = 1 BV as it can get shown in their offer:

STARTER PACKAGE
110 €

For those who have no previous financial experience. Includes Level 1 of OneAcademy’s e-learning program. Students will learn basic financial literacy and be introduced to financial products and trading. After completing this module, we issue certification for access to OneExchange. The starter membership gives 1000 promotional tokens which can be put into cryptocurrency mining and generates 110 BV points for network bonuses.

Screenshot from the OneCoin's starter package

For these ones, which are thinking that you'll get something additional value with the starter package and for this reason you are not able to convert € 1 to 1 BV, I'll show you in the next screenshot that this additional offers have no real value, because if you buy the most expensive package for € 7,500 you'll get also 7,500 BV.

Screenshot from OneCoin's Tycoon Plus Trader Package

An tablet with similar specifications can get found from the Maixin Group at Alibaba (Tablet offer from Maixin Group at Alibaba.pdf (2.37 mb)) for the price between US$ 55 and US$ 60 depending on the count of pieces you are ordering.

With other words you'll pay for a product, which has the value of US$ 60 the exorbitant price of € 1,100!!! Let us include the exchange rate between US$ and Euro from today, where € 1 = US$ 1.12284 or US$ 1 = € 0.88993:

Currency you'll get a value you pay for it
US$ 60.00 1,235.12
53.40 1,100.00

The Veto Concept AG from Leipzig is coming from direct sales site too. They presents themselves on the Internet page richcoin.eu as an independent sales partner of OneCoin. The digital currency explained to one of "the hottest financial topics". After the warning from the consumer magazine FINANZtest got published Veto Concept AG stopped publishing their site richcoin.eu. The following amazing content gets shown:

Screenshot from the site richcoin.eu

Translated to English:

Dear visitor,

the website "RichCoin" got discontinued by us. Just use the contact form if you have questions.

Friendly greetings VETO CONCEPT AG

It seems that the "hottest financial product" has been even coming to hot for their business. Think about it what you'll doing if you see a similar content at the site from OneCoin. It happened already at least one time as the system from BigCoin got shut down in the year 2014. Involved in the system from BigCoin has been Ruja Ignatova.

Ruja Ignatova cryptoreal investment trust BigCoin

The website badbitcoin.org, a platform of cryptocurrency fans criticizes multilevel distribution systems. She denounces dubious practices and accumulated negative reports. OneCoin is on their "Badlist", a warning list for not recommended deals.

A digital currency of a central supplier, industrial applied for payment transactions - reminds of electronic money (E money). The currencies were to be classified, the company needs a permit. In the register of approved electronic money institutions of the Federal Agency for financial services supervision (BaFin) are not getting found the companies around OneCoin and SwissCoin.

Would the BaFin classify the currency as e-money, they could order the rescission. Also around classical crypto currencies there subject to authorization activities. In June reported the German magazine "Der Spiegel", the BaFin review OneCoin. The BaFin has not given statement until now. It may be that the digital currencies will facing hot stages for various reasons.

Domain owner of onecoin.eu:
Name: Tsvetelina Lekova
Company: Onecoin Ltd
Address: 12 Tsar Osvoboditel, 1000 Sofia, BG
Phone: +359.24444331
E-Mail: tsvetelina.lekova@ravenr.com

Domain owner of onelife.eu:
Name: Albena Topalova
Company: One Network Services Ltd
Address: PI. P.R. Slaveikov 6A, 1000 Sofia, BG
Phone: +359.24444331
E-Mail: office@onecoin.eu

Domain owner of oneacademy.eu:
Name: Tsvetelina Lekova
Company: One Network Services Ltd
Address: 12 Tsar Osvoboditel Blvd, 0001000 Sofia, Sofia, BG
Phone: +359.885660254
E-Mail: tsvetelina@onecoin.eu

Update Jan. 19, 2017: Links to richcoin.eu removed as the service of the site got discontinued.

 

Investment scammer bankglory.com - Advance Finance Business LTD - Bankglory Business Limited

by Rudolf Faix 7. September 2016 06:12

Facebook scammer Sarah DeeIt is funny if one scammer calls other offers scam offers without naming them. With such a behavior they like to underline only the credibility of their own offers. For me are already such sentences like the Facebook scammer Sarah Dee has made, "The best and safest sit for invest" and "Don't waste your time for scam sites", already the first signs of plain scam. An investment broker needs to have a very good reputation and a perfect transparency of his company data if he is using such statements as Sarah Dee has done it at her offer. Not one investor will trust someone who is hiding his identity or using a fake profile.

A check of the promoted domain has resulted that the site has been 33 days old and has used a privacy protection service from Scottsdale, Arizona. The complete domain registration data can get found at the end of this article. That is already a fact what is speaking against a transparency of information from an investment company. This result I have posted as a comment on Facebook:

Additional makes it a lot of sense if a company uses a privacy protection service and write their address, "71-75 Shelton Street, London, UK WC2H 9JQ", on the website. Additional they are promising at their website unbelievable returns for investments. You should get 2% daily for 100 days if you are investing at least $20 or if you invest $50 for 30 days you'll shall get 5% daily. I hope that I don't need to mention that such a high return rate is nothing else than scam and shall lead you to forget about all risks and open your wallet immediately. Additional are they offering "At Bankglory we offer an incentive of total 5% commission on every investment you refer through your referral traffic. So the bigger investment you bring more money you will earn.". It shows only how urgently the scammer needs to get some money.

The scammer is so stupid that he offers investments in US$ and rules which are only in the U.S. valid by providing an UK address and ignoring the European Union completely. You can be sure that the provided address on the website is nothing else than a mail forwarding service. This fact gets confirmed by the UK companies house, because at the same address are 7,640 companies registered. If you are thinking now about a big building with many companies in it then you need to take a look at Google Streetview for getting enlightened.

Each company from the European Union needs to have according to the law an imprint at their website. At http://bankglory.com/index.php?a=rules we'll find the real name from the website, which got copied or used from the scammer. There is written: "Advance Finance Business LTD which operates Bankglory.biz". The domain bankglory.biz has existed, but got already shutdown. Now the scammer is using bankglory.com and calls his sham company Bankglory Business Limited. As shown before is the scammer very lazy and did not replace the company name at his rule site, so he has still forgotten registering his new company Bankglory Business Limited at the UK companies house.

The company Advance Finance Business LTD is still registered with the enormous capital of GBP 1 but does not have a director since March 2016:

UK Companies House company registration data of Advance Finance Business LTD:

Company number 09839391
Registered office address: 71-75 Shelton Street, Covent Garden, London, United Kingdom, WC2H 9JQ
Company status: Active
Company type: Private limited Company
Incorporated on: 23 October 2015

UK Companies House filing history of Advance Finance Business LTD:

Statement of capital on 2015-10-23: GBP 1

UK Companies House directors of Advance Finance Business LTD:

0 current officers / 2 resignations

BILL, Arlene Rose
Correspondence address: 71-75, Shelton Street, Covent Garden, London, United Kingdom, WC2H 9JQ
Role: RESIGNED Director
Date of birth: October 1964
Appointed on: 23 October 2015
Resigned on: 8 November 2015
Nationality: British
Country of residence: United Kingdom
Occupation: Director

PITTARD, Christopher James
Correspondence address: 71-75, Shelton Street, Covent Garden, London, United Kingdom, WC2H 9JQ
Role: RESIGNED Director
Date of birth: December 1969
Appointed on: 8 November 2015
Resigned on: 2 March 2016
Nationality: British
Country of residence: United Kingdom
Occupation: Director

It looks like the directors from Advance Finance Business LTD have an ejection seat. The first director got fired after 2 weeks and the second director got fired after 4 months. More plausible is that the scammer did not have enough money for paying the directors service. Since the begin of March 2016 the company is without a director. So who will pay you in this case if nobody is there who can sign your paycheck?

Domain registration data from bankglory.com:

Domain Name: bankglory.com
Registry Domain ID: 2048309887_DOMAIN_COM-VRSN
Registrar WHOIS Server: whois.godaddy.com
Registrar URL: http://www.godaddy.com
Update Date: 2016-08-01T15:54:31Z
Creation Date: 2016-08-01T15:54:30Z
Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2017-08-01T15:54:30Z
Registrar: GoDaddy.com, LLC
Registrar IANA ID: 146
Registrar Abuse Contact Email: abuse@godaddy.com
Registrar Abuse Contact Phone: +1.4806242505
Domain Status: clientTransferProhibited http://www.icann.org/epp#clientTransferProhibited
Domain Status: clientUpdateProhibited http://www.icann.org/epp#clientUpdateProhibited
Domain Status: clientRenewProhibited http://www.icann.org/epp#clientRenewProhibited
Domain Status: clientDeleteProhibited http://www.icann.org/epp#clientDeleteProhibited
Registry Registrant ID: Not Available From Registry
Registrant Name: Registration Private
Registrant Organization: Domains By Proxy, LLC
Registrant Street: DomainsByProxy.com
Registrant Street: 14747 N Northsight Blvd Suite 111, PMB 309
Registrant City: Scottsdale
Registrant State/Province: Arizona
Registrant Postal Code: 85260
Registrant Country: US
Registrant Phone: +1.4806242599
Registrant Phone Ext:
Registrant Fax: +1.4806242598
Registrant Fax Ext:
Registrant Email: bankglory.com@domainsbyproxy.com
Registry Admin ID: Not Available From Registry
Admin Name: Registration Private
Admin Organization: Domains By Proxy, LLC
Admin Street: DomainsByProxy.com
Admin Street: 14747 N Northsight Blvd Suite 111, PMB 309
Admin City: Scottsdale
Admin State/Province: Arizona
Admin Postal Code: 85260
Admin Country: US
Admin Phone: +1.4806242599
Admin Phone Ext:
Admin Fax: +1.4806242598
Admin Fax Ext:
Admin Email: bankglory.com@domainsbyproxy.com
Registry Tech ID: Not Available From Registry
Tech Name: Registration Private
Tech Organization: Domains By Proxy, LLC
Tech Street: DomainsByProxy.com
Tech Street: 14747 N Northsight Blvd Suite 111, PMB 309
Tech City: Scottsdale
Tech State/Province: Arizona
Tech Postal Code: 85260
Tech Country: US
Tech Phone: +1.4806242599
Tech Phone Ext:
Tech Fax: +1.4806242598
Tech Fax Ext:
Tech Email: bankglory.com@domainsbyproxy.com
Name Server: DNS1.LEAPSWITCH.COM
Name Server: DNS2.LEAPSWITCH.COM
Name Server: DNS3.LEAPSWITCH.COM
Name Server: DNS4.LEAPSWITCH.COM
DNSSEC: unsigned
URL of the ICANN WHOIS Data Problem Reporting System: http://wdprs.internic.net/
>>> Last update of WHOIS database: 2016-09-04T06:00:00Z <<<

Facebook profile from the scammer Sarah Dee.pdf (642.17 kb)

Update Jan. 18, 2017: Links to the Facebook profile of Sarah Dee removed as the link https://www.facebook.com/SarahDee69 returns error 404 - not found.

 

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