Being scammed by Yamato Global

The Punisher

2nd Lieutenant
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Hi Punisher, in my report and coordination with authorities, I learned about the following:

1. Yamato Global is not registered with Japan FSA. This entity is now listed in their watchlist.

2. Their modus operandi in Japan is to use bank accounts of individuals who sold it to them. Once money is deposited in the account, they just withdraw so they can afford to have the bank accounts frozen by the banks.

My question is my account with MetaTrader 5 seems still active. Is there a way to recover the money in there, or is that not real as well? Thank you.
You should contact your bank and report fraud as they might be able to do a chargeback depending upon when funds where wired. I also recommend to file an IC3 report with the FBI, report to the securities commission in your country and also file a local police report. What country are you from?
 

I_Was_Duped

Recruit
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It can also be searched on Google, which gave me a bit of confidence despite the warning signals. And perhaps I have high confidence because of the thought that it’s “Japanese”. Or so it seems.
I agree... a very elaborate scam... the first time I have been scammed and I really hope the last. I was told to transfer money through Binance which helped make it sound legit.

I lost about USD$15000 while trading and trying to extract balance of USD$26500... I was even encouraged to add my salary for a large trade. There were some alarm bells but these always checked out. The website, using Binance, trading on MT5 platform... the odd part was having to get fund transferred verified... Thanks to this I now have no trading fund left and no money for this month.
 
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