ECONOMIC FRAUDS
DETECTION   &   PREVENTION   INC.
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about frauds which can negatively impact their lives.

Fraud Tricks

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We are committed to educating, warning and protecting the public from fraudulent scams & frauds perpetrated by criminal organizations. These crimes include but are not limited to: phishing, securities fraud, wire fraud and money laundering. In the majority of cases, the victim will first be contacted by phone, asking them to invest their money in High Yield Investment Programs (HYIP) or foreign exchange opportunities, they will be told that an immediate decision is required, or they will miss out on an "excellent investment opportunity".

Most of these frauds are considered "Ponzi" schemes, named after Charles Ponzi, a man who perpetrated a large scheme where millions lost their investments in 1920. The people committing these frauds claim that any new investments are directly invested into the business venture. In reality they are used to pay out non-existent benefits to existing investors. They contact their potential victims through advertisements, but most often utilizing salespeople who initiate contact by phone or email. These people also use the internet by creating a confidence-inspiring financial website.

Watch for the following signs and red flags:

Phone Contact:
They contact potential victim with a telephone call (usually from a person using a false name) who works for a company (that often does not have a permit to conduct financial operation and most often does not even exist). They invite their victim to invest in highly profitable foreign shares, high yield investment plans and foreign exchange opportunities. The victim is then told a quick decision is required. The caller will claim to have insider information and that if the potential victim does not act quickly they will miss-out on an "excellent investment opportunity". They will conduct a first "trade" with the victim then begin to charge additional fictitious fees, often draining the victim’s bank accounts.

The Company
for whom the caller represents, does not have an actual address, and the base of this fraudulent operation is a mobile cell phone, which can be carried around the globe. With the new advances in telecommunications there are software applications that allow the fraudster to make and receive calls from computers, tablets and mobile devices via the Internet.

These companies
will produce confidence-inspiring brochures and websites to help their victims believe that their money is being invested in a genuine opportunity.

These people
have skillfully planned and executed their crimes. They are known by the legal community for their "Boiler Room" (call center) operations.

The perpetrators
sometimes utilize international connections by hiring "outsourcing companies" often in the Philippines or India" who are known to employ cold calling professionals, from around the globe. These operations produce lists for these identifying future fraud victims.

"White Collar Crime"
is a rapidly growing phenomenon in today’s society and their victims of these opportunists are from all walks of life. Today’s criminals are highly organized, with an array of false financial advisers operating from various countries, which include but are not limited to: Spain, Netherlands, Romania, South-East Asian countries and most recently from Sofia, Bulgaria.

1. Fake IRS witholding tax

 

                     
                      Content:

                      1. Fake IRS witholding tax
                      2. Official-sounding Agencies
                      3. Advance Fee
                      4. Restriction Fee Removal
                      5. False passports
                      6. Online trading options
                      7. Real-estate
                      8. Time share - under construction
                      9. Online loans- under construction

2. Official-sounding Agencies (clones or fictitious organizations)

 

 Examples: FINCEN Complaint form PDF file
see email [email protected]

 

3. Advance Fee

An advance-fee fraud is a confidence trick in which the target is persuaded to advance sums of money in the hope of realizing a significantly larger gain. In most cases these fraudsters will promise you money (a loan), luxurious goods or an investment. However, you have to pay an amount of money in advance for several reasons:

a. Tax Payments

b. Insurance or Surety Bond Fees: in order to insure an investment

c. Release Payments: in order to pay a bank or financial organization to

release your loan

d. Advance Loan Payments: you have to pay a small amount of money to get a loan

e. Margin Agreements

f. De-restriction Fees (a legend under Rule 144)

g. Class Action Lawsuit (2016 update) 

Bureau of Compliance and Regulatory Board Email: [email protected] Tel.: +1 515 218 7863

 -FOR OUR DUE DILIGENCE REPORT, PLEASE VISIT THE FOLLOWING (LINK) -

SCHEDULE A
NOTICE OF CLASS ACTION SUIT
(SUMMARY)
CLASS ACTION
Plaintiffs
vs.
William Campbell, Rose and Cranfield, Converge Financial Services, Finaxa Settlements, Eaton Capital Americas, Finsolve, Advance Partners LLC, Cambridge Financial Partners LLC, Impact Finance, Manning Capital Inc., Dixon Perrot and Champion, Norsk Financial, Cooper Company Management, BNY Trading, Flemming Advisory, M&A Securities Group LLC, Pacific Continental, Ideal Merger Group, Petro Azerbaijan Corp., Anagram Plus Inc, AUFI, Blue Torch (BTOR), Vantage Equity, UDTT, Junum Inc., Spencer and Richardson Financial, Simba Mines Holdings, Douglas Ellis, Clayton Capital, East Financial Group, Fortune Gaming Corp., Instadial Tech., ISOF, Menders Prior Europe, Miller & Ross, Nanotech Industries, Raging Media Group, Sparta Matrix, TV Guide China, Warrick Management Group and its affiliates
TO: ALL William Campbell, Rose and Cranfield, Converge Financial Services, Finaxa Settlements, Eaton Capital Americas, Finsolve, Advance Partners LLC, Cambridge Financial Partners LLC, Impact Finance, Manning Capital Inc., Dixon Perrot and Champion, Norsk Financial, Cooper Company Management, BNY Trading, Flemming Advisory, M&A Securities Group LLC, Pacific Continental, Ideal Merger Group, Petro Azerbaijan Corp., Anagram Plus Inc, AUFI, Blue Torch (BTOR), Vantage Equity, UDTT, Junum Inc., Spencer and Richardson Financial, Simba Mines Holdings, Douglas Ellis, Clayton Capital, East Financial Group, Fortune Gaming Corp., Instadial Tech., ISOF, Menders Prior Europe, Miller & Ross, Nanotech Industries, Raging Media Group, Sparta Matrix, TV Guide China, Warrick Management Group and its affiliates
THIS NOTICE MAY AFFECT YOUR RIGHTS. PLEASE READ THE COMPLETE NOTICE CAREFULLY.
I. Purpose of this
Notice.
There is now pending in the Federal Court for the Bureau of Compliance and Regulatory Board a class action lawsuit entitled PLAINTIFFS vs. William Campbell, Rose and Cranfield, Converge Financial Services, Finaxa Settlements, Eaton Capital Americas, Finsolve, Advance Partners LLC, Cambridge Financial Partners LLC, Impact Finance, Manning Capital Inc., Dixon Perrot and Champion, Norsk Financial, Cooper Company Management, BNY Trading, Flemming Advisory, M&A Securities Group LLC, Pacific Continental, Ideal Merger Group, Petro Azerbaijan Corp., Anagram Plus Inc, AUFI, Blue Torch (BTOR), Vantage Equity, UDTT, Junum Inc., Spencer and Richardson Financial, Simba Mines Holdings, Douglas Ellis, Clayton Capital, East Financial Group, Fortune Gaming Corp., Instadial Tech., ISOF, Menders Prior Europe, Miller & Ross, Nanotech Industries, Raging Media Group, Sparta Matrix, TV Guide China, Warrick Management Group and its affiliates, Case No. 2:14-cv-00316-JLL (the “Litigation”). This Notice explains the nature of the Litigation and informs you of your legal rights and obligations. Unless otherwise set forth, this Notice incorporates by reference the definitions set forth in the Class Action Settlement Agreement. James Reid and similarly associated people (“Plaintiffs”) filed a class action lawsuit against William Campbell, Rose and Cranfield, Converge Financial Services, Finaxa Settlements, Eaton Capital Americas, Finsolve, Advance Partners LLC, Cambridge Financial Partners LLC, Impact Finance, Manning Capital Inc., Dixon Perrot and Champion, Norsk Financial, Cooper Company Management, BNY Trading, Flemming Advisory, M&A Securities Group LLC, Pacific Continental, Ideal Merger Group, Petro Azerbaijan Corp., Anagram Plus Inc, AUFI, Blue Torch (BTOR), Vantage Equity, UDTT, Junum Inc., Spencer and Richardson Financial, Simba Mines Holdings, Douglas Ellis, Clayton Capital, East Financial Group, Fortune Gaming Corp., Instadial Tech., ISOF, Menders Prior Europe, Miller & Ross, Nanotech Industries, Raging Media Group, Sparta Matrix, TV Guide China, Warrick Management Group and its affiliates (“Defendants”) on behalf of the Class described above. Plaintiffs allege that in the marketing, William Campbell, Rose and Cranfield, Converge Financial Services, Finaxa Settlements, Eaton Capital Americas, Finsolve, Advance Partners LLC, Cambridge Financial Partners LLC, Impact Finance, Manning Capital Inc., Dixon Perrot and Champion, Norsk Financial, Cooper Company Management, BNY Trading, Flemming Advisory, M&A Securities Group LLC, Pacific Continental, Ideal Merger Group, Petro Azerbaijan Corp., Anagram Plus Inc, AUFI, Blue Torch (BTOR), Vantage Equity, UDTT, Junum Inc., Spencer and Richardson Financial, Simba Mines Holdings,
Douglas Ellis, Clayton Capital, East Financial Group, Fortune Gaming Corp., Instadial Tech., ISOF, Menders Prior Europe, Miller & Ross, Nanotech Industries, Raging Media Group, Sparta Matrix, TV Guide China, Warrick Management Group and its affiliates, Defendants overstate the elicit guarantee of profit and liquidation of unregistered shares. Plaintiffs allege that Defendants’ conduct constituted false advertising, unfair business practices, breach of contract, fraud, and violations of Federal Trade Commission Act 15 (U.S.C. §§ 41-58). In the Litigation, Plaintiffs would seek to recover on behalf of the Class one or more of the following remedies: (a) the right to return their investments as a full refund; (b) the right to get the full promised return on their investments; (c) statutory damages for each act of false advertising knowingly directed; and (d) punitive damages. Class Counsel and the Class Representative have concluded, after due investigation and after carefully considering the relevant circumstances and the applicable law, that it would be in the best interest of the Class to enter into Litigation in order to avoid the uncertainties and to assure that the benefits reflected herein are obtained for the Class. Class Counsel believe that the most likely recovery for the class, if any, would be a refund of the invested amount, although the percentage refunded could be lower than the percentage of the promised return that was not provided. Class Counsel believes that in light of the risks of litigation, providing this argument the Class Counsel believes that adequate compensation of class members for the loss that Class Counsel believe they suffered in allegedly not getting the return as promised in Defendants’ advertisements.
In order to be a part of the Class and receive the Class Benefit, you must complete the Complaint Form attached herewith along with the any and all documents pertaining to your transaction with William Campbell, Rose and Cranfield, Converge Financial Services, Finaxa Settlements, Eaton Capital Americas, Finsolve, Advance Partners LLC, Cambridge Financial Partners LLC, Impact Finance, Manning Capital Inc., Dixon Perrot and Champion, Norsk Financial, Cooper Company Management, BNY Trading, Flemming Advisory, M&A Securities Group LLC, Pacific Continental, Ideal Merger Group, Petro Azerbaijan Corp., Anagram Plus Inc, AUFI, Blue Torch (BTOR), Vantage Equity, UDTT, Junum Inc., Spencer and Richardson Financial, Simba Mines Holdings, Douglas Ellis, Clayton Capital, East Financial Group, Fortune Gaming Corp., Instadial Tech., ISOF, Menders Prior Europe, Miller & Ross, Nanotech Industries, Raging Media Group, Sparta Matrix, TV Guide China, Warrick Management Group and its affiliates. Excluded Class Members are not eligible to receive the Class Benefit. Class Members may submit the Complaint Form electronically to [email protected]

h. Letter of Intent to Acquire

To: Mr Howard Ross
Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer
Virtual Gaming Enterprises
Re: Letter of Intent to Acquire Virtual Gaming Enterprises
Dear Mr Ross,
We are pleased to indicate the interest of Foster & White Acquisition Group (“Foster & White Acquisition Group” or the
“Buyer”) to acquire all of the stock of Virtual Gaming Enterprises (“Virtual Gaming Enterprises” or the “Company”) as
outlined below.
1. Acquisition of Shares/Consideration. Subject to satisfaction of the conditions described in this letter, at the closing of the
acquisition (the “Closing”), the Buyer would acquire all of the stock of Virtual Gaming Enterprises. Our current
contemplation is that this transaction would be structured as an acquisition (the “Acquisition”) of an acquisition subsidiary of
Foster & White Acquisition Group with and into Virtual Gaming Enterprises, in which the outstanding shares ofthe
Company’s Common Stock would be converted into the right to receive, in cash, consideration equal to an aggregate of
US$143.0 million on a cash-free, debt-free basis, which consideration would be reduced by the amount of accrued payables to
the extent that they have aged beyond 45 days and which would be expressed as a per share value for purposes of any
definitive agreement.
Our valuation of US$143.0 million assumes that the Company is free of all debt, capital leases, taxes payable, accrued
transaction expenses and any amounts due to related parties. Accordingly, the per share consideration would be appropriately
reduced to reflect any anticipated amounts of these items as of the Closing. Our valuation also assumes that the Company will
have an appropriate amount of working capital at the Closing. In general, we calculate working capital on a GAAP basis,
consistently applied. Assuming that the Closing were to take place on or about August 31, 2013, our expectation would be
that working capital would be equal to approximately US$2.3 million (this calculation would be adjusted to exclude the aged
payables, which instead deducted from the purchase price directly as described above).As part of the due diligence process, if
Buyer identifies a category of asset or liability that is appropriate to reflect in the purchase price calculation, then the
consideration payable to the stockholders of the Company (the “Stockholders”) will be adjusted accordingly. The definitive
agreement providing for the Merger (the “Merger Agreement”) will also include certain protective provisions regarding
working capital and other aspects of the capital structure, including:
(i) interim operating covenants prohibiting non-ordinary course working capital practices, the declaration of
dividends and the incurrence of indebtedness and
(ii) closing conditions relating to a certain minimum adjusted working capital amount (which would also take into
account cash, debt, transaction expenses and other items).
For the avoidance of doubt, the definitions driving the calculations provided in the Merger Agreement will be structured such
that there would not be double-counting (for example, if a liability is already included in the definition of “debt” or “aged
payables” it would not also be included in the definition of “working capital”).
2. Structure. Although it is our expectation that the transaction would be structured as a merger, we are willing to discuss
alternative structures with you to achieve the Closing more promptly, including a tender offer structure. In any case, we will
expect certain significant shareholders, including the Company’s executive officers and directors, to sign appropriate support
agreements (providing that they will vote in favor of the Merger and/or tender their shares of Virtual Gaming Enterprises
Common Stock in any tender offer) contemporaneously with the execution of the Merger Agreement.
3.Due Diligence. Following the signing of this letter, Virtual Gaming Enterprises’s board of directors (the “Board”) will
authorize Virtual Gaming Enterprises management to provide additional information on the Company, as well as reasonable
access to its facilities, records, and customers, to Buyer (including its agents, advisers and lenders) for the purpose of
completing its due diligence. Our due diligence investigation will include, but is not limited to, a thorough review of the
Company's financial, legal, tax, environmental, labor, and pension records and agreements, and any other matters as our
auditors, tax and legal counsel, and other advisors deem relevant. It is expected that the Company will show performance
similar to that which is stated in the materials provided thus far to the Buyer.
4. Covenants and Representations of the Seller. During the period from the signing of this letter through the execution of the
Acquisition Agreement, Virtual Gaming Enterprises will:
(i) conduct its business in the ordinary course in a manner consistent with past custom and practice,
(ii) maintain its properties and other assets in good working condition (normal wear excepted) and
(iii) use its best efforts to maintain the business and employees, customers, assets and operations as an ongoing
concern in accordance with past practice.
It is expected that the Acquisition Agreement will include, among other things, interim operating covenants of a similar
nature.
5. Definitive Documentation. Subject to the mutual agreement of the parties, the terms and conditions of the proposed
transaction will be set forth fully in the acquisition Agreement and other documents required to give effect to this Letter of
Intent, such documents to be drafted by Buyer and approved by Virtual Gaming Enterprises.
The completion of the Acquisition shall be contingent upon the Buyer’s completion of due diligence to its satisfaction. The
Buyer’s obligation to close will be subject to customary conditions, including the receipt of any necessary stockholder
approvals (or, if the transaction is structured as a tender offer, a certain minimum acceptance level) receipt of all necessary
governmental and third-party approvals; satisfactory completion of the Buyer’s customer, financial, accounting, business and
legal due diligence review of the Company; the absence of any material adverse change; the Company’s compliance with preclosing
covenants and the accuracy of the Company’s representations and warranties; and no more than an agreed upon
percentage of dissenting stockholders.
6. Confidentiality. Except as may be required by law and except for the press release attached hereto as Exhibit A and the
related Current Report on Form 8-K attached hereto as Exhibit B, neither party shall disclose (except to its representatives,
agents, lenders and,in the case of Buyer, investors) any discussions or other communications between the Company, and the
Buyer and/or Virtual Gaming Enterprises, on the other hand, relating to the Merger,including any potential terms or
conditions of any such transaction and any due diligence information relating to the Company that is shared with the Buyer
and/or Virtual Gaming Enterprises. Buyer and the Company will prepare the announcement of the execution of the Merger
Agreement and all other pre-closing public announcements relating to the transaction described herein jointly.
7.Exclusivity. (a) The Company agrees that unless negotiations are earlier terminated by mutual agreement or as otherwise
provided in this Paragraph 7, the Company will not, and will cause its directors, officers, employees, agents (including its
advisers) and affiliates not to, directly or indirectly, from the date hereof until 60 days from the date of the execution of this
letter (such period, the “Exclusivity Period”):
(i) solicit, initiate or encourage the submission of any proposal or offer from any person or entity relating to a:
(A) liquidation, dissolution, sale of assets or stock, or recapitalization,
(B) merger or consolidation,
(C) acquisition or purchase of assets or any equity interest, or
(D) similar transaction or business combination, or
(ii) institute, pursue, engage in, enter into, or commit to any discussions, negotiations, or agreements with any
person or entity concerning any of the foregoing, or furnish any information with respect to any effort or attempt by
any other person or entity to do any of the foregoing.
During the Exclusivity Period, the Company shall immediately notify Virtual Gaming Enterprises and the Buyer of the
substance of any transaction inquiry, proposal or offer concerning the Company that either the Company or the Board may
receive, including without limitation any Superior Proposal. The Company hereby acknowledges that neither it nor any of its
directors, officers, employees, agents is subject to any agreement, arrangement or understanding which conflicts with the
subject matter of this letter. The Company represents and warrants that neither it nor any of its directors, officers, employees,
agents, as the case may be, has entered into any agreement or had any discussions with any third party regarding a transaction
which could result in Foster & White Acquisition Group or the Buyer having any liability to such third party as a result of
entering into this letter or pursuing the transactions contemplated hereby. The Company agrees to indemnify, defend and
save and hold Foster & White Acquisition Group and the Buyer harmless from any claims or liabilities resulting from any
breach of the foregoing representation and warranty, including any legal or other expenses incurred in connection with the
defense of any such claims or liabilities against Foster & White Acquisition Group or the Buyer.
(b) At any time during the Exclusivity Period, the Company may, in response to an unsolicited Superior Proposal, by written
notice to Buyer, terminate this letter to enter into a binding agreement with the third party making the Superior Proposal,
provided that
(i) it shall give notice to the Buyer of such intention not less than five business days prior to terminating this letter,
during which time the Buyer may amend or revise its proposal with respect to the Proposed Transaction, and
(ii) it shall pay the fee provided in Paragraph 7(c). For purposes of this letter, a “Superior Proposal” means a bona fide
proposal from an unaffiliated third party (other than Foster & White Acquisition Group or the Buyer)
(A) to acquire assets that constitute 80% or more of the net revenues or assets of the Company
on a consolidated basis, or
(B) to acquire 80% or more of the equity securities of the Company,
(C) to engage in a merger, consolidation or similar transaction involving the Company, in each
case where the Board determines in good faith, after receiving the advice of its legal and
financial advisers, that the terms and conditions of suchproposal are more favorable to
Stockholders from a financial point of view than is expected by the Board to be received in a
transaction with the Buyer and that is no less likely to be consummated than the proposed
transaction with the Buyer.
(c) If (i) the Company terminates this letter to enter into a binding agreement in connection with a Superior
Proposal, or
(ii) within one year of the date of this letter, the Company enters into an agreement with a third party other than
Buyer or Foster & White Acquisition Group providing for, or there occurs, an Acquisition, then, in either case, the
Company shall no later than the date of such termination (or, in the case of clause
(iii), entry into such agreement or the occurrence of such Acquisition)
(A) pay to the Buyer a fee equal to US$4,400,000.00 and
(B) reimburse the Buyer’s and Foster & White Acquisition Group out-of-pocket costs and
expenses in connection with their consideration of the Merger (including without limitation
the fees and expenses of their advisers and costs incurred in connection with the due diligence
process and negotiation of definitive agreements) up to a maximum of US$650,000. For
purposes of this paragraph 7
(c), an “Acquisition” means
(1) a merger, consolidation, recapitalization or similar transaction involving the Company,
(2) the acquisition of all or a substantial portion of the assets of the Company on a
consolidated basis,
(8) The acquisition of a majority of any class of equity securities of the Company, or for any other similar business
combination transaction involving the Company. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this paragraph 7(c),
(x) if the Company is participating in discussions regarding the Merger in good faith with the Buyer and
the Buyer, of its own initiative, terminates discussions with the Company prior to the expiration of the
Exclusivity Period, no fee or expense reimbursement will be payable pursuant to this paragraph 7(c), and
(y) if the Company terminates this letter as provided in the second sentence of paragraph 9, the US$400,000 fee shall
not be payable and the Company shall make the reimbursement payment of up to US$650,000 contemplated by clause (B) of
the first sentence of this sub-paragraph (c) contemporaneously with such termination.
Conduct of Business. The Company hereby represents that between August 28, 2013 and the date of the signing of this letter
the Company has conducted its business in the ordinary course and that there have been no asset sales other than sales of
inventory in the ordinary course.
9. Binding Effect/Termination. This letter is not intended to and does not create a legally binding obligation on the part of any
party with respect to this proposal, except with regard to Paragraphs 4, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 which shall be legally binding on
Buyer and the Company. In the event that, in connection with the negotiation of the Acquisition as contemplated by this
letter, the Buyer proposes in writing changes to the terms of a Merger as set forth in this letter which changes are, in the
aggregate, materially less favorable to the Company than the terms set forth in this letter (provided, however, that Excluded
Changes will not be taken into account for purposes of determining whether Buyer has proposed changes that are materially
less favorable to the Company), then the Company may, with five business days’ written notice to Buyer, terminate this letter
unless Buyer retracts or modifies such changes such that the terms proposed by Buyer are not materially less favorable to the
Company than the terms set forth in this letter. “Excluded Change” means any change in the terms contained in this letter
that is adverse to the Company and that is proposed by Buyer in response to facts of which Buyer only first becomes actually
aware after the date hereof, whether in connection with the due diligence process, as a result of being informed by Buyer, or
otherwise (for purposes of determining whether Buyer is aware of a fact prior to the date hereof, Buyer will presumed to be
aware only of the information presented in writing by the Company and its agents to the Buyer prior to the date hereof in
connection with the Buyer’s preliminary discussions with the Company regarding a potential Merger, and any disclosure of
risk factors, forward-looking statements disclaimers and similar cautionary language will be disregarded). Paragraphs 6, 7(c), 9
and 10 shall survive any termination of this letter as provided in paragraph 7.
10. Miscellaneous. Except as otherwise provided in paragraph 7(c), the Buyer and the Company will each pay their own
respective transaction expenses, including fees and expenses of investment bankers and other advisers, incurred in connection
with the transactions contemplated. The provisions of this letter will be severable in the event that for any reason whatsoever
any of the provisions hereof are invalid, void or otherwise unenforceable, and any such invalid, void or otherwise
unenforceable provision will be replaced by another provision as similar as possible in terms to such invalid, void or
otherwise unenforceable provision but is valid and enforceable; in any such case the remaining provisions hereof will remain
valid and enforceable to the fullest extent permitted by applicable law. This Agreement shall not be assignable by any party
without the consent of the other parties hereto, except that Virtual Gaming Enterprises may assign its rights to the Buyer and
vice versa. The laws of United States will govern this letter agreement.
If the foregoing is acceptable, please so indicate by executing and returning a counterpart of this letter. This offer will be
deemed to have expired unless signed and returned to Foster & White Acquisition Group no later than 5:00 PM (EST) on
October 15, 2013.
Very truly yours,
ON BEHALF OF THE BUYER
/s/ Anthony White
By: Anthony White
Title: Director
Accepted and agreed to
This Monday, October 14, 2013
ON BEHALF OF THE COMPANY
/s/ Howard Ross
By: Howard Ross
Title: President and Chief Executive Officer

4. Restriction Fee Removal (de-restriction/derestriction)

EXAMPLE:

Please find attached the confirmation of lifting the restrictions on your shares.  

Please keep this document as we will require it signed and dated once you have received your payout in order to transfer the shares.  

--  Regards,  Steven Bader Agent Board of International Finance Phone: 001 202 459 0977 Fax: 001-202-595-0375

 

5. False passports

The following entities are non-existent Japanese firms and Regulators. An example of a Boiler Room operation based on "cold calling" European holders of restricted US-OTC stock (link).

 

6. Online trading options

This type of boiler room cold calls customers asking them to invest in online trading options such as gold futures. They point you to their web site and create a login for you. Your money goes into a third party   “holding account” as you are watching fictitious transactions on their web site. Their illegal site looks very real and you believe that you are making money until you try to withdraw your funds.

 

7. Real-estate

Phony agents contact sellers pretending to be intermediary agents who are assisting in property’s sale. 

They will ask you for:

•Security Bonds

•Commodities trading options

•Set up fee Bonds

As collateral before the actual transaction is concluded.

 

8. Time share

under construction

 

9. Online loans

under construction


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