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#294034 by securep Sat May 07, 2016 1:31 pm
Beware of Secure Platform Funding Scam

Please discuss, like and share to reach this to everybody so that we can save another victims. Lets fight against these criminals who cheats others in the name of BG/ SBLC, escrow deposit etc.

Please be very careful and do not deal with these guys. As informed by some people/ companies they lost money by dealing with these guys which I am sharing with all of you so that nobody else will get into their traps any more. They are well organized and prepared criminals. These rascals cheated some companies and individuals.

Secure Platform Funding
Springates Building, Government Road
Charlestown, Nevis
+44 20 3808 9841
CEOofAgreements@secureplatformfunding.com
Office@SecurePlatformFunding.com
https://www.secureplatformfunding.com/

is a fake BG provider and Bruce Green, CEO of Agreementswas acted as the CEO of Secure Platform Funding. This guy has posted about BG/ SBLC in some online forums and social networking sites. He is a scammer and criminal. On contacting Bruce Green they have been asked to place Escrow Deposit with an International Attorney who is a Graduate of Yale University, has been practicing law since 1966, is currently registered with the Supreme Court Bar, has served as a Lawyer in London England and New York USA and has served the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland and this Law Firm is really fake and big time fraud.

Initially they have asked to place escrow deposit in an a/c in the name of such Law Firm After receiving the deposit, Bruce Green asked for additional money to issue BG and for this purpose they have issued a draft of BG issued by HSBC UK. Also they have arranged a confirmation mail from HSBC and later on HSBC confirmed that the BG document and the mail- both are fake and a big scam. HSBC advised to file a complaint with UK police. Now when they contacted the Law Firm to refund the deposit, there is no reply from these guys.

The website of http://www.secureplatformfunding.com/ look genuine but they are fake. There are some photos and profiles added with the web page of http://www.secureplatformfunding.com/ and all these guys are big time frauds (don’t know the photos are somebody else’s).
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#294099 by AlanJones Sun May 08, 2016 5:27 am
From the WhoIs:
Creation Date: 27-nov-2015
Expiration Date: 27-nov-2016

Registrant Name: Domain Trustees
Registrant Organization: Domain Trustees UK Limited


Recently registered for the minimum 1 year period, by someone who doesn't want you to know who they are. All red flags.

From the Website:
Telephone: +44 20 3808 9841
Email Normal: office@secureplatformfunding.com
Email Encrypted: secureplatformfunding@protonmail.com

Head Office

Springates Building, Government Road
Charlestown, Nevis
Normal Email: headoffice@secureplatformfunding.com
Email Encrypted: secureplatformfunding@protonmail.com

Copyright © 2016 SecurePlatformFunding.com. All Rights Reserved - Secure Platform Funding was Established in 2008 as a Financial Wholesaler and Direct Provider that Monetizes: BGs (Bank Guarantee), SBLCs (Standby Letter of Credit), MTNs (Mid Term Notes), LTNs (Letra do Tesouro Nacional), Financial Instruments on Euroclear, as well as offering PPP (Private Placement Programs). We Issue BGs (Bank Guarantees) and SBLCs (Standby Letters of Credit) from Rated Top 100 Banks. Disclaimer: The information on this site is intended solely for the benefit of firms and individuals seeking to be connected with financial information including, funding and monetization sources, PPP (Private Placement Programs) and financial instruments. The material on this site may list possible service features and / or sample institutions for informational purposes only. None are guaranteed and all are subject to change on a daily basis. Nothing on this website constitutes an offer or solicitation to purchase any investment, solution or a recommendation to buy or sell securities nor is it to be construed as investment advice. The services featured on this Web site may not be available in all jurisdictions or to all persons/entities. We select our clients carefully and do not accept all applications. Due to FATCA (Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act) we DO NOT provide ANY services to US Passport Holders, US Companies, clients utilizing Banks located in the US for transactions, or Clients that Reside in the US, or Businesses with Head Offices located in the US. By accessing this Web Site users acknowledge that Secure Platform Funding has advised them all transactions have risk, and that prior to entering any transaction all clients should undertake to consult Independent Legal and Accounting Experts prior to commencing, signing or committing to any transaction. Our Business is neither a Mutual Fund, Bank, Broker, Finance Company, Financial Adviser or Licensed in any way. We hereby advise all clients that any contemplated transaction(s) of our Clients are strictly private and in no way relate nor does not involve the sale of registered securities. All transaction information is strictly private, confidential and classified and not to be provided to parties not approved in writing by Secure Platform Funding nor published or referred to in any public forum on the internet or in the media. Disclosure, copying, distribution, reprinting or reuse of the contents or information on this web site is completely and totally prohibited.


They claim to be located in Nevis, but give a UK phone number and no indication of where in the UK they are located or who they are.

Please do not tell scammers that they are listed here - it will take them seconds to change their fake details and their new details will not be listed for any future victims to find.
#294155 by TerranceBoyce Sun May 08, 2016 8:31 pm
This Case Study features an investor who starts investing $500,000 USD in the Secure Platform Funding... Deposit Refund Protection Program (DRP), then completes Managed Bank Guarantee Program (MBG) and then takes the Profit he makes from the Managed Bank Guarantee Program and invests it in our Private Placement Program (PPP) to gain a consistent Monthly income.


I'm sorry to have to tell you but this is complete drivel and wouldn't fool anyone with any financial competence.

The Private Placement Program has historically averaged around 65% return on invested capital each month. Here is the breakdown of the Investors complete monthly return including all costs………

Final Net income Balance due to be paid to the Investor Monthly = $16,857,750

The Investor therefore earns: $3.89M a week


You must have been introduced to this scheme by someone, because nothing on the website has any credibility, and that's probably the best place to start finding out what's happened to your money.

The suggestion that there is a market in bank guarantees is simply silly, compounded by the site claiming that it is neither a bank nor a broker. It claims to consist of 'bank insiders' which is meaningless.

CAR ADVERTS - If a car seller mentions escrow - he's scamming you Never ever for any reason pay anything until you have seen and inspected the vehicle
#294213 by TerranceBoyce Mon May 09, 2016 9:30 am
One of the most incredible clauses I have ever seen in what is supposed to be a financial document.

I hereby represent that I am not an informant, nor am I associated with any government agency of the United States of America, or any other country, such as the Secret Service, Internal Revenue Service, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Central Intelligence Agency, Securities and Exchange Commission, Banking Commission, Interpol, any countries Financial Market Authority, nor any agency whose purpose is to gather information regarding such transactions or offerings.


(I also note that their spelling and punctuation isn't what you'd expect from professional 'bank insiders')

:laugh-s:

It couldn't be made any clearer that what is being offered is illegal under US and International law, not that what is being offered even exists as a traded security on international markets.

Of course such a clause would have no effect against any investigatory/regulatory authority anyway so including it has no effect other than to evidence that it is a scam.

If anyone buys this site to use as a vehicle for scamming they're going to have a hard job selling it to victims.

CAR ADVERTS - If a car seller mentions escrow - he's scamming you Never ever for any reason pay anything until you have seen and inspected the vehicle
#314410 by nomaxim Wed Dec 14, 2016 12:43 am
Just had a rather hilarious encounter with these guys in this Removed (BW)

Anyway, here's an update from Nevis at:
nevisfsrc.com/advisories-2/warnings/371-secure-platform-funding

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Wow, been a member here for a few years and this is my first post. :oh-joy:

The very existence of flame-throwers proves that some time, somewhere, someone said to themselves, You know, I want to set those people over there on fire, but I'm just not close enough to get the job done.
-George Carlin
#314488 by AlanJones Wed Dec 14, 2016 4:01 pm
The following are excerpts of an email that was forwarded to me by the owner of another anti-scam website who has had contact with the scammers.

From Bruce Green: CEO of Agreements - CEOofAgreements@secureplatformfunding.com

1/ The Nevis post is 100% Wrong, read the facts here: https://www.secureplatformfunding.com/nevis-fsrc-facts/

2/ ZERO outbound calls have been made on the phone number you list as a scammer number so the allegation that that phone number is associated with a scam is wrong!


We don’t have anything to hide....


Here's the content of their response to the Nevis FSRC warning:

The statement issued by the Nevis Financial Services Regulatory Commission on the 7th September 2016 is completely wrong and we have engaged a Law Firm in Nevis to correct the statements made by the commission. The Nevis Financial Services Regulatory Commission did not contact us prior to publishing their statement and their statement occurred solely as a result is miscommunication because they mistakenly searched the Nevis companies database for our brand name “Secure Platform Funding” and they found no registration because they never searched under our “company name” If they had of searched under our Nevis “company name” they would have found:

We are legally registered entity in Nevis and we have all the Nevis companies office documents to prove it.
The Registered address of our Nevis company has been Springates Building, Government Road, Charlestown, Nevis for the last 2 years and is still that address today!
There is no requirement for our business to be licensed in Nevis because our business operation does not fall within the definition of companies that require a financial services license in Nevis which is confirmed on the Nevis Financial Services Regulatory Commission website and by our Nevis Attorney.
Secure Platform Funding Truth1
It is disappointing that the Commission chose to issue a statement without taking the time to contact us and confirm the facts. Please feel free to contact us here with any further questions or information.


So "Bruce", I'm sure that you are reading this and as you claim on your website to have nothing to hide, here are some questions for you to answer.

1. Why does your company hide its identity by using the fake name Secure Platform Funding - legitimate companies have no problem detailing who they are on their website (in fact in most countries, this is a legal requirement). Only those that are up to something dodgy hide behind fake names to try and mislead their clients.

2. Exactly where are the staff that answer your UK phone number actually based and if it is outside of the UK, why are you again misleading your clients by pretending to be based in the UK?

3. On your website, you say "We Issue BGs (Bank Guarantees) and SBLCs (Standby Letters of Credit) from Rated Top 100 Banks". I am sure that these banks will be more than happy to confirm your good standing and your arrangement with them, so please provide us with your contacts at one of the following banks - HSBC, Barclays, BNP, UBS, Credit Suisse or Deutsche Bank, who can verify your claims.

If you aren't able to register and post your reply, then I am sure that you can mail it to our admin as I know you've already been bombarding him with your nonsense emails.

Please do not tell scammers that they are listed here - it will take them seconds to change their fake details and their new details will not be listed for any future victims to find.
#318833 by AlanJones Mon Feb 06, 2017 7:04 am
secureplatformfundion.com have strangely decide to change their claimed address to a totally different island. I guess that is very easy to do when you are dealing with an imaginary company.

Administration

Telephone: +44 20 3808 9841
Email Normal: Office@SecurePlatformFunding.com
Email Encrypted: SecurePlatformFunding@Protonmail.com

Registered Office

SPF International Corporation
Trust Company Complex
Ajeltake Road, Ajeltake Island,
Majuro, Marshall Islands, MH96960
Marshall Islands Registered Company Number: 88427
Company Registration Documents

Encrypted Messenger Apps

Bank Guarantee, BG, Standby Letter of Credit, SBLC, PPP, MTN, LTN, Buy, Fund, Monetize, Sell, Discount, Managed BG ProgramTelegram
Username: SecurePlatformFunding
Telephone: +41 435087370


The address that they give is that of the company that of a company registration agent.

Please do not tell scammers that they are listed here - it will take them seconds to change their fake details and their new details will not be listed for any future victims to find.

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