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GreyMountain Management's Nest of Binary Scam Brokers

Discussion in 'Scam Alerts' started by mbreitfelder, Jun 17, 2016.

  1. mbreitfelder

    mbreitfelder 2nd Lieutenant

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    Interesting 2016 through 2018 all have the "In addition, Wirecard has decided to make use of the exemption pursuant to Section 17 of the Irish Companies Act of 1986 not to submit consolidated financial statements of the Irish group to Companies Office in Ireland." listed in the Annual Report. Let's go back to 2015 and maybe 2014, shall we? Same for 2015. Same for 2014....2013...2012...2011. So, for a recap, from 2011 to 2018, no reporting on the "Irish Group". The UK and Ireland are combined for one entity within Wirecard. How convenient, a nice little loophole for Davey.
     
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    oh, nearly forgot the Fraser dude

    https://www.biznews.com/wealth-building/2018/01/19/viceroy-founder-fraser-perring

    https://www.faz.net/aktuell/finanze...on-bei-wirecard-als-erwiesen-an-15934817.html

    the deep hidden truth must be somewhere


    https://www.o2.cz/file_conver/528820/VOP_akceptace_karet_wirecard_EN_160803.pdf.pdf
    ahh….the acquiring bank…etc…. uhh too many rules and garbage for me


    so GMM same thing no official financial’s, oh well :rolleyes: the liquidation process sounds as an absolute fool’s parade anyway
     
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  3. mbreitfelder

    mbreitfelder 2nd Lieutenant

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    I read that Wirecard is the bank, but that wouldn't make sense being a PSP growing at around a 40% clip year over year.

    I will do some more research here on my end. There is too much investigating for there not to be something going on...where there is smoke, there is fire.
     
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    it makes sense, Wirecard is known for asking for high margins - the binary option business does not care about high margins- als the total investment can be considered as "profit". So Wirecard being the acquiring institutions absolutely makes sense, with a lot of layers to cover up - just thinking loud.
     
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    have not know Fraser Perring´s story, but would fit. Fintelegram has already received information on kill orders issued on thier writers also from Eastern European people.
     
  6. mbreitfelder

    mbreitfelder 2nd Lieutenant

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    Thinking out loud is the best thing to do. The more brain power, the better!! So, would EY know how to differentiate the different businesses..."subsidiaries of subsidiaries"? The Big 4 have been known to kinda not realize these kinds of things, but then again, who audits an industry setup like a terrorist organization?
     
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    YES of course , in clear Wirecard Bank AG Ascheim act’s as processor, money launderer of stolen funds from BO victims, apparently since 2011 according the above findings concerning the Irish branch or agent, whatever….

    https://www.ibancalculator.com/iban_validieren.html

    just type the BdB IBAN for their address
     
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    Huge loopholes, maybe time to consider the EU COURT

    https://www.anti-moneylaundering.org/Europe.aspx

    Commission calls on 8 Member States to fully transpose EU anti-money laundering and terrorist financing rules

    Today, the Commission decided to send a reasoned opinion to Austria andthe Netherlands andaletter of formal notice to Czechia, Hungary, Italy, Slovenia, Sweden, and the United Kingdom for failing to completely transpose EU anti-money laundering and terrorism financing rules (the 4th Anti-Money Laundering Directive, Directive (EU) 2015/849) into national law. Despite these Member States having declared their transposition completeness, after assessing the notified measures, the Commission concluded that some provisions are missing. Transposing the rules timely and correctly is crucial for an effective fight against money laundering and terrorism financing. Gaps in one Member State can have an impact on all others. In May 2015, Member States agreed to transpose these EU rules into national law by 26 June 2017. The Member States concerned now have two months to respond and take the relevant action; otherwise, the Commission may pursue the next infringement steps.


    http://europa.eu/rapid/press-release_IP-18-6251_en.htm


    Background

    Regarding the 4th Anti-Money Laundering Directive the Commission has opened so far infringement procedures for non-communication of transposition measures against 21 Member States: three are currently at the stage of court referrals (Romania, Ireland and now Luxembourg), with one on hold (Greece), nine at the stage of Reasoned Opinions, and eight at the stage of Letters of Formal Notice.

    Today, the European Commission also sent Estonia and Denmark a reasoned opinion and letter of formal notice respectively as part of this same assessment.

    Meanwhile, in the wake of the Panama Papers revelations and the terrorist attacks in Europe, the Commission proposed a 5th Anti-Money Laundering Directive to further step up the fight against money laundering and terrorist financing. These new rules aim at ensuring a high level of safeguards for financial flows from high-risk third countries, enhancing the access of Financial Intelligence Units to information, creating centralised bank account registers, and tackling terrorist financing risks linked to virtual currencies and pre-paid cards. These new rules entered into force on 9 July 2018 following its publication in the EU's Official Journal and Member States will have to transpose the 5thAnti-Money Laundering Directive into national legislation by 10 January 2020.


    …hum 21 out of 28 have a problem with EU AML Directives , either they are dumb or corrupted or probably both…..unbelievable bunch of criminals

    Were is Germany located here :oops:
     
  9. mbreitfelder

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    Germany has the money and European Commission by the...well, I will keep it clean. They own Greece but Germany will probably be in a recession soon.

    Wirecard is bigger on paper than Deutsche Bank, if the Diamond of Germany's FinTech is found out to be a fraud, which it should be, Germany and the EU are in deep doo doo.
     
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    Think, China own Greece, Russia own Cyprus and the other half rock belongs to the Ottomans, naaa

    But you are right on about Germany Luxembourg sounds the same, this is getting embarrassing....:oops:

    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-...uropes-money-laundering-scandal-idUSKCN1RG1XI

    Nonetheless WC still need to book the proceeds of crime somehow somewhere, probably called gaming revenues…..best is to ask the other bean counter EY
     
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