COmpanies House registration 11545837 Registered with Companies House UK, as Pro Mine Ltd, owned by Joel Murphy, approved for strike off (Dissolution)
Nov 2019 First Gazette notice for compulsory strike-off
View PDF First Gazette notice for compulsory strike-off - link opens in a new window - 1 page(1 page)<br />
31 Aug 2018 Incorporation<br />
Statement of capital on 2018-08-31<br />
GBP 10,000<br />
Part Rectified The directors appointment on the IN01 was removed from the public register on 28/12/2018 as it was factually inaccurate or derived from something factually inaccurate and is forged
DO NOT under any circumstances order anything from this site, they are rip-off artists... They take your money immediately after you order something and take months to get any of the items to you (if at all)!!! What they send does not resemble the description or pictures from their website. Frankly it is sub-standard at best. They will not cancel your order and refund your money and good luck trying to return anything for a refund - it will not happen.
Exnglory is a viral HYIP scam which will without doubt flee with the investors cash. They might pay few clients once in a while to get some positive testimonials on forums, but that will not make them legit.
Since the owners of this platform are unknown and are operating from the shadows, it is very hard to track them down. In short, never indulge with this platform for any reason because it is not worth the hassle.
even if we give Fuentes the benefit of the doubt, ArbiStar is still committing securities and pyramid fraud.
At the time of publication Alexa estimates Italy (31%), Spain (27%) and Mexico (11%) are the top sources of traffic to ArbiStar’s website.<br />
In Fuentes’ native Spain, securities are regulated by the National Securities Market Commission. In Italy it’s the Italian Companies and Exchange Commission and in Mexico, the National Banking and Securities Commission.<br />
ArbiStar provides no evidence of having registered itself with either of these regulators, meaning the company is operating illegally.<br />
Pyramid scheme commissions are also a problem, because ArbiStar neither sells nor markets anything to retail customers.<br />
As it stands the only verifiable source of revenue entering ArbiStar is new investment.<br />
Either Santi Fuentes woke up one day and worked out how to generate 1% a day on autopilot, or ArbiStar is a Ponzi scheme.<br />
The former fails the Ponzi logic test.<br />
If Fuentes had a bot that was able to legitimately generate up to 1% a day, why not run it himself and pocket 100% of the profit?<br />
ArbiStar are selling access to the bot to anyone, so surely Fuentes would be able to deploy the bot multiple times?<br />
That’d what, easily make him the richest person on the planet within no time?<br />
Yet here we are, with Fuentes whoring out the golden goose for as little as €100 EUR a pop.<br />
As with all Ponzi schemes, once affiliate recruitment dies down so too will invested funds.<br />
This will starve ArbiStar of ROI revenue, eventually prompting a collapse.<br />
The math behind Ponzi schemes guarantees that when they collapse, the majority of investors lose money.<br />
Need confirmation? Hit up Fuentes about his victims in all the Ponzi schemes he previously promoted.<br />
While you’re at it, be sure to also ask what happened to ArbiStar 1.0.
We have researched the claims made by this company and discovered they are NOT registered to conduct LEGAL Immigration Services to those wanting to immigrate to Canada.
They do NOT have the required ICCRC registration. ALL Immigration consultants, in ANY Country offering application services MUST be registered with ICCRC.<br />
We look forward to IF and When this company can prove their legal legitimacy
Claims that SCARS is a registered non profit, claims that they are a registered Charity. The 501 (R) is pending, since scam investigators started investigating SCARS claims. Confirmation via the IRS in the USA. SCARS is now in the 'money recovery business' <br />
Check the FACTS and claims
09/16/2019 at 11:52 AM
I have made a purchase of supposedly U.S. $37.50 but once they had my credit card details they charged my card for U.S. $225.
Immediately I have contacted my bank but they said they couldn't do anything from their side!
I have sent them an email but of course no response.<br />
I don't know what to do?<br />
Any suggestions?<br />
Chasing thieves 09/16/2019 at 03:09 PM<br />
Apparently, no one can help you.<br />
But you should contact your bank and ask them to change your credit card number.<br />
The fraudster may have kept your information.<br />
KamalNK 11/17/2019 at 07:35 AM<br />
this advertisement miss guides the viewers & the system immediately deduct without showing the due amount. you see something and you get an extra amount deducted from your balance.<br />
I have sent e-mail and I receive a negative reply that they cannot do anything your order is in the process because they know what are they doing. announcement 3 free bottles but no you will pay for it.<br />
and they sale you an additional Omega3 59$ and you did not order.<br />
Phil 11/18/2019 at 03:54 PM<br />
FRAUD!!!!! Same as above. Take your order and sell you more than you order. You cannot get to talk to anybody. No cancellation possible even though they state in their "terms and conditions" it states that the order can be cancelled by e-mail. Claim is false. They said the order was processed even though I called immediately after the order was inadvertently placed and could not be cancelled.
Three men were charged by U.S. prosecutors with helping run a $722 million cryptocurrency fraud that amounted to a “high-tech Ponzi scheme.”
From 2014 until this month, the men operated BitClub Network, which solicited money from investors in exchange for shares in purported cryptocurrency mining pools and rewarded them for recruiting new investors, according to prosecutors.<br />
Matthew Brent Goettsche, 37, Jobadiah Sinclair Weeks, 38, and Joseph Frank Abel, 49, were arrested Tuesday and charged with conspiracy, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito in New Jersey said in a statement. Two more defendants, whose names weren’t disclosed, remain at large.<br />
Goettsche referred to potential BitClub Network investors as “dumb” and “sheep,” saying he was “building this whole model on the backs of idiots,” according to the statement. In September 2017, Goettsche sent an email to a co-conspirator in which he suggested BitClub Network would allow them to “retire RAF!!! (rich as f*ck),” prosecutors said.<br />
Goettsche and Weeks are charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud, while all three men are facing charges of conspiracy to sell unregistered securities.
Many of these "money recovery" companies charge huge amounts to do what people can do themselves. This one is 100% a SCAM... they will steal your money like the scammer that stole it in the first place
Richard Watford? Online footprint consists of Nov 26 2019 'press releases' designed to look like an interview. Claims his company is a "people to company' format, lists 'investment businesses' that are bogus, such as goldmineBMD- the domain is registered as a Burmese Mountain Dog Kennel in Wisconsin!! Natreve Premium Wellness (suspended)
This domain is registered as a Dog Kennel, yet the site pretends it is a GOLD MINE company held by Richard Watford (a SCAM) investment company, along with his other SCAM companies: marijuana-diet, watfordcorp, EDV-recycling, Natreve Premium Wellness (suspended trademark infringement)
NAC is a third-party payment processor engaged in the processing of contractual obligations on billing agreements for Gym's, Health Clubs, Promotion Companies, and other organizations throughout the continental United States. NAC is a processor and not an authorized party to the contract beyond our responsibility as an agent to the contract holder to process the contract per the agreed upon terms and conditions. There is a 5 day cancellation policy, however, they do not adhere to that policy, deny cancellations, and send you to collections. 100's of complaints online. AVOID ANY MEMBERSHIP USING THIS COMPANY AS THE PAYMENT COLLECTOR
You order a trial, or a sample, and you believe that is all you 'signed up for" then you notice the MONTHLY recurring charges on your credit card. This company is using Amazon to sell from and Ads on Facebook
The Ministry of finance Customer Protection Act 2004 does not exist in Canada. The FAKE certification says valid from 2014 to 2034 and signed by Bill Morneau? He wasn't even the Minister of finance until 2015.
They need their license from the Ontario Security Commission, which they don't have.<br />
Nathan Felix is a fake person. His name William Douglas. He is a federal judge in Rio, Brazil. They stole his photo.
Trade Nero is an unregulated broker. Unregulated brokers are not reliable and abuse the regulations. Make sure to stay away from this broker as they are anonymous and that they can disappear any time without notice.
Spammed review sites with fake 5 star reviews! subcontracts work to really unprofessional, dodgy people. Their customer service is terrible. The bully and intimidate. They arrive late, they damaged literally everything they moved and then denied it all and refused to compensate.
He has been cheating people saying that he is a supplier of A4 paper mills in Thailand. He has a company named BMB enterprise co ltd in bangkok Thailand and Karachi which he has shut down since the past 1 month after doing a 2lakh USD scam.<br />
He has been reported to us since 2018. AVOID this scammer
This domain is run by Dr. Elizabeth Phillipson, or Phillips (she recently changed her name after being exposed as a scammer)
She will steal your money and you will NEVER immigrate, as there will be excuse after excuse about your application process. She will then turn to threats to scare vulnerable immigrants.<br />
This woman is ḥarām<br />
If you are a victim, contact the Canadian Anti-Fraud Center, as well as iccrc-crcic.<br />
Using the name George BradFord on "whatsApp, hangouts, Facebook messenger, promoting this too good to be true investment. ZERO licencing.. Avoid this domain, and watch out for old Georgie, he's alsy running Federal Grant Scams,as well as Military Romance scams with stolen pics!
Check for the reviews on this company BEFORE providing ANY personal information. This from the BBB: Alert
See What BBB Reports On
Pattern of Complaint
As of March 20, 2018 BBB files indicate that this business has a pattern of complaints concerning the following issues:<br />
Sales Practice Issues<br />
- Some consumers allege that sales representatives are aggressive and don't answer questions about services being offered. <br />
- Some consumers report they are confused about if their services were offered by Spring Financial or Canada Drives, and allege that they are unsure of the relationship between these companies. Some consumers allege that they have had difficulty communicating with Canada Drives because of this confusion.<br />
- Some consumers allege that they were not aware that they were consenting to a credit check when they fill out Canada Drives' application form, and that these credit checks (sometimes multiple) have now harmed their credit.<br />
Customer Service Issues<br />
- Some consumers allege that they receive repeated unwanted calls from Canada Drives. In some cases, consumers allege that they have explicitly asked the business to stop calling them and remove their number from the internal call list, but continue to receive frequent calls.<br />
Advertising Issues<br />
- Some consumers have stated that they are confused about what Canada Drives offers and allege that there is a lack of transparency about what is being offered. Some consumers report that they felt they were signing up for debt consolidation or an immediate loan rather than a credit rebuilding program, and feel that they were pressured into signing up for something they did not fully understand.
This domain is operated by scammers. PHP did NOTHING to help the victim of this scam. Avoid using ANY freelancer from this site. The reviews are fake as well, Dig deep enough you will find they are scammers!
20 B of the Terms and Conditions state Clearing and billing services are provided by: M&A MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS CONSULTANCY LP. Suite 1 4 Queen Street, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, EH2 1JE.
SCAM This limited partnership was dissolved on the 15th March 2019, XP Brokers are not regulated by any financial institution. It is a SCAM many times over<br />
Also NUMEROUS other reports whereby people invest never to see their money again!
This Company has been reported numerous times in regards to continued monthly withdrawals after clients have cancelled their subscription. <br />
Reported to Scam Alert as a scam investment. Registration number is registered to a different company. Although multiple subsidiaries can fall under one corporate registration number, the parent company MUST file DBA's for all other company names it is using.<br />
This company has been been reported to Scam Alert as a Scam
UK company run by the directors Anthony Roger Buck and Natasha Mary Buck from Stoke on Trent/UK promises risk free 80% return on investment per month. I invested and lost all. Could not successfully withdraw money from Arbia.io Victim lost all! Ponzi or a pyramid scheme Scam.
INVESTOR ALERT - “Cloud Token Mauritius” & “Cloud Token Indian Ocean and Africa”
It has come to the attention of the Financial Services Commission (the “FSC”) that the public is being solicited by a certain group of people on social media under the name of “Cloud Token Mauritius” and “Cloud Token Indian Ocean and Africa” to invest in digital assets and crypto currencies through the “Cloud Token” mobile application. It has also come to the attention of the FSC that events are being hosted in publicly accessible areas in Mauritius to promote this application. <br />
The public is informed that Cloud Token Mauritius and Cloud Token Indian Ocean and Africa and/or any other individuals or representatives operating under these names are not and have not, at any point in time, been licensed and regulated by the FSC.
Scammer Petya Edwards. Auto renewal for memberships even when cancelling. Event Vendors not informed of changes to venue location and dates. Refuses to refund event fees. It takes time for some companies that may appear to be legitimate to create their internet footprint of victims of her scams.<br />
Dallas Women Entrepreneurs is a SCAM
This site, will pay you for the first couple deposits, however, this is a lure to get you to join the VIP with a larger investment, by this time you'll realize it's actually a scam, and no further withdrawals will happen.
This website was reported to Scam Alert as a scam loan company.
Not at ANY time should anyone have to pay an upfront 'fee' for a loan,
This Scam domain was used to apply for a loan of 10,000 EU, the victim was replied to by OnePlusFinance and paid 1900 EU, once they received a payment for a fee, and now continually keep requesting further money for numerous fees!
This is a SCAM bitcoin site. We've identified 11 other sites on the same server, all offering the same scam deal<br />