GDMFX: Delay in withdrawals ($ 2407 Not Paying).

elpatron_rvw

Private
Messages
33
@FxMaster

Financial Advisers Disciplinary Committee:

Dear Mr Waldmann,

Thank you for your email below.
It is outside the Code Committee’s mandate to investigate a complaint.
I would suggest that you contact the Financial Markets Authority to enquire further.

Kind Regards
Code Secretariat

=================================================================================

Financial Dispute Resolution Service

Good Morning Mr Waldmann,

Thank you for your email advising of an issue with GDMFX. GDMFX is no longer a member of Financial Dispute Resolution Service thus we will be unable to help with your complaint.

If you would like to contact GDMFX directly, here are their contact details:

Telephone: (+64) 09 9951 8201
Fax: (+64) 09 9973 4253
E-mail: customersupport@gdmfx.com

In the alternative GDMFX have engaged a New Zealand Law firm that you can contact directly to help with your complaint.
Contact details are admin@campbelllaw.co.nz

Kind Regards
Nicola McClenaghan
LL.B (Hons)
Resolution Coordinator

T: 0508 337 337
www.fdrs.org.nz

==================================================================================

Financial Markets Authority (FMA):


Dear Rodrigo,

Thank you for contacting the Financial Markets Authority (FMA) with regards to Global Derivative Capital Markets NZ Limited.

We understand that you are having difficulty in accessing funds held on your account with this company.

The company is not, and has never been, authorised or licensed by the FMA. This entity is also no longer part of a Disputes Resolution Scheme you will need to seek independent legal advice about what other action is available to you.

The Financial Service Providers (Registration and Disputes Resolution) Act 2008 requires a company that is carrying out the business of providing financial services in New Zealand to be registered and the company name to be listed on the FSPR, which can be found at www.fspr.govt.nz.

The government agency responsible for the registration of Financial Service Providers (FSPs) is the Registrar of Financial Service Providers and the registration process involves making an on-line application to them. As part of the process limited criminal checks are also done on the principals of an entity.

The FSPR was set up to allow the public to check if FSPs are registered; obtain their business address; find out about the types of financial services FSPs are registered to provide and if they belong to a dispute resolution scheme.

It is important to be aware however, that being registered does not involve any licensing or determination by an authority that a FSP is a fit and proper person.

More information on the prerequisites for registration can be found here: http://www.business.govt.nz/fsp/abo.../what-are-the-prerequisites-for-registration/

FMA does not provide security or confirmations of legitimacy for any entity and currently does not actively monitor this entity. For information about FMA and what we do, we refer you to our ‘What we Do’ page of our website http://fma.govt.nz/fmas-role/what-we-do/.

Kind regards
Kirsty McKenzie

==================================================================================

Netsafe/E-Crimes:

Hi Rodrigo,

Thank you your report to Netsafe.
We have previously discussed this case with you before.
As Netsafe are an independent not for profit organisation, we are unable to assist you in getting your money back.
You may consider making a complaint to the Financial Dispute Resolution Service in New Zealand - https://fdrs.org.nz/complaints/make-a-complaint/
Alternatively, you may also seek legal advice in Brazil for them to discover other options for you to get recover your funds.

Kind regards,
Tat / Contact Centre Consultant / Netsafe / 0508 638 723 / www.netsafe.org.nz

==================================================================================

New Zeland Police:

Hi Rodrigo, thanks for contacting us.
From what I read, it appears that withdrawals are an approximate time, according to their website.
Additionally unless there has been a criminal offence, ie theft or fraud, we are unlikely to investigate from a police perspective.
Perhaps get in touch with us if they don't provide your funds within another week.

Hi Rodrigo, if you are wanting to report this as fraud you need to report it to your local police initially. Thanks, TL.

Hi Rodrigo, you need to make your report to your local police, in Brazil, and if appropriate they will liaise with New Zealand Police via Interpol.
You can always consult a lawyer here in New Zealand.

Regardless

==================================================================================


One plays for the other, and finally says he can not do anything.
 

FxMaster

Lt. Colonel
Messages
9,526
@FxMaster

Financial Advisers Disciplinary Committee:

Dear Mr Waldmann,

Thank you for your email below.
It is outside the Code Committee’s mandate to investigate a complaint.
I would suggest that you contact the Financial Markets Authority to enquire further.

Kind Regards
Code Secretariat

=================================================================================

Financial Dispute Resolution Service

Good Morning Mr Waldmann,

Thank you for your email advising of an issue with GDMFX. GDMFX is no longer a member of Financial Dispute Resolution Service thus we will be unable to help with your complaint.

If you would like to contact GDMFX directly, here are their contact details:

Telephone: (+64) 09 9951 8201
Fax: (+64) 09 9973 4253
E-mail: customersupport@gdmfx.com

In the alternative GDMFX have engaged a New Zealand Law firm that you can contact directly to help with your complaint.
Contact details are admin@campbelllaw.co.nz

Kind Regards
Nicola McClenaghan
LL.B (Hons)
Resolution Coordinator

T: 0508 337 337
www.fdrs.org.nz

==================================================================================

Financial Markets Authority (FMA):


Dear Rodrigo,

Thank you for contacting the Financial Markets Authority (FMA) with regards to Global Derivative Capital Markets NZ Limited.

We understand that you are having difficulty in accessing funds held on your account with this company.

The company is not, and has never been, authorised or licensed by the FMA. This entity is also no longer part of a Disputes Resolution Scheme you will need to seek independent legal advice about what other action is available to you.

The Financial Service Providers (Registration and Disputes Resolution) Act 2008 requires a company that is carrying out the business of providing financial services in New Zealand to be registered and the company name to be listed on the FSPR, which can be found at www.fspr.govt.nz.

The government agency responsible for the registration of Financial Service Providers (FSPs) is the Registrar of Financial Service Providers and the registration process involves making an on-line application to them. As part of the process limited criminal checks are also done on the principals of an entity.

The FSPR was set up to allow the public to check if FSPs are registered; obtain their business address; find out about the types of financial services FSPs are registered to provide and if they belong to a dispute resolution scheme.

It is important to be aware however, that being registered does not involve any licensing or determination by an authority that a FSP is a fit and proper person.

More information on the prerequisites for registration can be found here: http://www.business.govt.nz/fsp/abo.../what-are-the-prerequisites-for-registration/

FMA does not provide security or confirmations of legitimacy for any entity and currently does not actively monitor this entity. For information about FMA and what we do, we refer you to our ‘What we Do’ page of our website http://fma.govt.nz/fmas-role/what-we-do/.

Kind regards
Kirsty McKenzie

==================================================================================

Netsafe/E-Crimes:

Hi Rodrigo,

Thank you your report to Netsafe.
We have previously discussed this case with you before.
As Netsafe are an independent not for profit organisation, we are unable to assist you in getting your money back.
You may consider making a complaint to the Financial Dispute Resolution Service in New Zealand - https://fdrs.org.nz/complaints/make-a-complaint/
Alternatively, you may also seek legal advice in Brazil for them to discover other options for you to get recover your funds.

Kind regards,
Tat / Contact Centre Consultant / Netsafe / 0508 638 723 / www.netsafe.org.nz

==================================================================================

New Zeland Police:

Hi Rodrigo, thanks for contacting us.
From what I read, it appears that withdrawals are an approximate time, according to their website.
Additionally unless there has been a criminal offence, ie theft or fraud, we are unlikely to investigate from a police perspective.
Perhaps get in touch with us if they don't provide your funds within another week.

Hi Rodrigo, if you are wanting to report this as fraud you need to report it to your local police initially. Thanks, TL.

Hi Rodrigo, you need to make your report to your local police, in Brazil, and if appropriate they will liaise with New Zealand Police via Interpol.
You can always consult a lawyer here in New Zealand.

Regardless

==================================================================================


One plays for the other, and finally says he can not do anything.
Do one thing, Write the complaint and send to all once together not separate. Also mentioned in your email that you have cc to xyz in your email.
 
Top