Business Choice Partners Group, bcpgltd, www.bcpmarkets.com is a SCAM!

PK494

Master Sergeant
Messages
336
Thanks for sharing; after all this time they are still using the same website template.


There's a saying if it works, they won't change it. Just like the Nigerian Soldiers scam stories, they still using it although that trick has been heard a million times.
 

陈木木木沐

Highly suspicious person
Messages
5
I'm just curious, no matter where I show up
I never see anyone say they've got their money back
I reported the similar situation to the Singapore police, but the result was that there were too many similar cases in Singapore
Cyber fraud is an unsolvable problem, so I stop trying everything and default to this loss
Yes, even though I lost everything

This will be my last Posting

I don't think you've made any progress except to say here that many of the victims are trolls
PK494 and Joerg
Although in my heart I support you in your fight against these online scams
If possible, just let everyone know it's a trap and avoid being cheated

I have lost everything, I may not be able to return to the good life in the next few years

I wish good luck with all the victims, we can only get the money we lost through the bank tracing and fraud prevention compensation

I believe bad luck will befall these cyber crooks



These swindlers will pay for their actions one day
 

PK494

Master Sergeant
Messages
336
I'm just curious, no matter where I show up
I never see anyone say they've got their money back
I reported the similar situation to the Singapore police, but the result was that there were too many similar cases in Singapore
Cyber fraud is an unsolvable problem, so I stop trying everything and default to this loss
Yes, even though I lost everything

This will be my last Posting

I don't think you've made any progress except to say here that many of the victims are trolls
PK494 and Joerg
Although in my heart I support you in your fight against these online scams
If possible, just let everyone know it's a trap and avoid being cheated

I have lost everything, I may not be able to return to the good life in the next few years

I wish good luck with all the victims, we can only get the money we lost through the bank tracing and fraud prevention compensation

I believe bad luck will befall these cyber crooks



These swindlers will pay for their actions one day

You are right, the people who got their money back are very limited but because of some people like Joerg and others who are not very active in the forum that are working to report and warning others, that lead to some "potential victims" who found this place and and prevented them from falling in these crooks' traps.

Yes, it sucks that people lost a lot of money and time for falling from some fake hot chicks in the internet but don't blame yourself. It happens and some trollers want to degrade the victims so they feel shameful and make them not to report the scam.

You are absolutely right that these garbage will pay for their actions one day just don't lose out hope. Some people are doing this more than just getting their money back.
 

Sheep

Recruit
Messages
1
Hey guys, my condolences for your loss. I am not a victim, but stumbled upon this site while reading up on the topic and wanted give input regarding some of the things I've read on this thread. Note that while I work in the financial industry, I do not work at a commercial bank; please take below with a grain of salt.

1. East West Bank is not a small or obscure bank by any means. They are established institution working with both retail and institutional clients (including the firm I work at). They are unlikely to be a front for a scamming ring, especially as they are based in US and are heavily regulated/audited.

2. I saw some posts suggesting there may be insiders working at the bank to facilitate the fraud. In most financial institution today, cash wires are processed straight-through with no manual intervention by the bank. Unless the transfer involves very large sum or have other factors raising red flags (i.e. from restricted countries), it is extremely unlikely to be looked at by anyone working there, and would be even harder to manipulate.

3. Same thing with account openings/closings, most are highly automated with little (if any) human intervention. It's not rare for an individual to open multiple accounts, and this fact alone is unlikely to raise any alarms. I also think they are set up under multiple identities anyway, whether by multiple members of the scamming ring or under identities that were bought or stolen.

4. Speaking of identity theft, I urge you to keep an eye out to ensure that the personal information you provided are not being used for such purposes. I have an acquaintance who was scammed, and she found out later on that her email address and photos were used by the scammer against other victims.

5. Cash wires are likely moved between banks at the end of each day as a single transaction valued at the net of all wires processed. You may be able to cancel the wire on the day it was sent, but it may be very difficult after this point. It goes without saying that your bank would have very little (if any) way of tracking the wire once it's sent, and the recepient bank would not diverge info on their client without intervention by the law.

6. It sounds like Nancy was given false contact details for the HK law enforcement by the scammers hoping to extract even more cash from her. If you read her posts, they've been trying to do this from the start by posing as a customer service and promising to get her money back for a fee. Nancy - the scammer isn't just using the brokerage platform, the entire brokerage company is fake. Their customer service is not there to help you, as they are the same people who scammed you into sending the money in the first place.

I agree that the chance of bringing them to justice is slim as cyber crime unit resources are focused on issues like sex/child trafficking and organized crime/terrorist cell activities. Scams like these are very common and are usually too resource intensive to be given much attention. Regardless, you guys are making a difference by raising awareness and helping others not fall prey to these people. I think this is the best way to make things difficult (and less profitable) to these fraudsters, keep it up!
 

kcount29

Recruit
Messages
89
Has anyone verified that GICEX.xyz is a scam?

islegitsite.com/check/gicex.xyz/

Looks the site is very new. I would be cautious about them. They are only around for about a month. I wouldn't invest any money into them if they are that new with no reviews.
 

Rairaziel

Recruit
Messages
2
islegitsite.com/check/gicex.xyz/

Looks the site is very new. I would be cautious about them. They are only around for about a month. I wouldn't invest any money into them if they are that new with no reviews.
I just read their service agreement.. and it seems weird that they have this specific clause on it.

In response to the relevant regulations of the International Anti-Money Laundering Law, the Exchange will freeze the user account and charge a deposit of 30% of its assets when the total capital of the user account reaches 1 million USDT, to ensure that users pay taxes in time. For details, please consult the customer service of the platform. The Exchange has the right of final interpretation of relevant regulations.

This is so much money.
 

kcount29

Recruit
Messages
89
I just read their service agreement.. and it seems weird that they have this specific clause on it.

In response to the relevant regulations of the International Anti-Money Laundering Law, the Exchange will freeze the user account and charge a deposit of 30% of its assets when the total capital of the user account reaches 1 million USDT, to ensure that users pay taxes in time. For details, please consult the customer service of the platform. The Exchange has the right of final interpretation of relevant regulations.

This is so much money.

I think they are a scam, just looking over their site and the wording they use seems too similar to the other scam website.

https://www.gicex.xyz/static/home/img/xtjj.pdf

If you look at the PDF, the CEO and the other photos are just stock images. If you try to google their names they don't even exist. Someone in those type of position should have a history of previous employment on linkedin or other employment sites.

Their contact button doesn't even work. The site just seems like a generic investment template site they typical use. Where they just change the names, images and logo.
 

funiculartrend

Recruit
Messages
4
If you got in touch with her, play naive. She said to live in Hong Kong...Do not wire any money with https://www.foreignexchangehousekeeper.com/. Find as much personal info as possible and share with me...ask for her address (pretext want to send a gift), send flowers or something from Hong Kong to make sure...ask for photos of her apartment, the view, the neighborhood, etc...play the tourist. She is a scammer...I am in touch with the Hong Kong Police since 01.01.21, I need an address ASAP...These photos have no VPN attached. Share her phone number if you have one. Let's move quickly....
 

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