Has anyone heard of this:Take back your Deposit

sebastien

Recruit
Messages
1
Hello

We set a committee to look into the reason you and few others could not receive their funds

released by the Brokers Community.

The outcome of the investigation by the committee is the reason I am instructed to contact you

and to ensure that you enjoy the “Take Back your Deposit” program, same as you showed interest on.

We already begin payments of your funds into a temporary account waiting for you to transfer
to your Bank account.

All you need to do is to make a request for your Login details, and the instruction for withdrawals.
The instruction will guide you to self transfer the fund into your Bank account.

Payments will be 100% of the deposit you made to CherryTrade, 75% of your estimated profits.

Contact us through the email for your Login details or call for help on +44 203 807 8218

Thank you

Kind regards,
Michelle Williams
Head of Finance Department
+44 203 807 8218 | m.williams@marketeffects.co


Subject: Re: Take Back Your Deposit from CherryTrade



Hello,

FUNDS NOT CLAIMED WILL BE RETURNED TO UNCLAIMED FUNDS POOL .

We work alongside with The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is a financial regulatory body in the United Kingdom, but operates independently of the UK Government.

MORE INFORMATIONS BELOW :

Emails and namesof those who lost money with some companies (HBC BROKER, BinaryOnline,BigOption,OptionRidge , BinaryBook, Lion Market BloombexOption, SternOption, B4Binary and so on) were submitted to us for investigation and recovery started long ago.let me know how to contact or you can also contact my office: +44 203 807 8218

This is a program set up to fight against irregularity on the financial market and help clients. Brokers Community has no link nor works with any of these companies. Brokers Community investigates both the non-regulated and even regulated companies who broke several rules. Some of which get successfully shut down. So it’s important you get your money before that happens.

YOU ARE not paying me anything, I am fully paid to do my job as a financial specialist. you may wonder how Brokers Community get their money? They get their money from the lawsuit against the company. They go to different courts until they win cases against irregular companies. We do this the legal way and the right way on the financial market. we sometimes even go to court on your behalf.

There is no connection between you and your investment anymore. we are trying to create a link so you can be able to retrieve your funds back. the bank has failed to help because it is a long time ago. the reason we help: we provide and revoke the license, protect clients, keep the integrity of the UK financial system. this applies to different kinds of companies and Services

Office Address: 12 Endeavour Square
London
E20 1JN
UK



Subject: Re: Take Back Your Deposit from CherryTrade



Hello,

Here is your Login details.

Activate the account and withdraw the funds into your Bank account immediately


Click on "Log in" not "Sign up"

Link : gemt.co.uk/

Login email:Your email-address
Temporary Password: 123456

Please note that the activation fees is returned back too(activate with their minimum on their platform with GEMT ID 3888 , and activation fees is later returned) . After activation immediately transfer all funds to your bank account.

***Ensure to change the password to your personal secure password***

In case you need assistance, you can request for consultation.

To request a call for consultation on withdrawal please kindly reply providing us the following information

you need to activate account first . the system does not know where to send the money to yet , that is why it is important to activate and link card.

STEPS TO DO IT YOURSELF :

1. please login ( if password doesn't work ,try forget password then refresh page)

2. check name , status and balance

3.Activation : Please note that the activation fees is returned back too(activate with their minimum on their platform (250--to be able to link your card ) with GEMT ID 3888 , and activation fees is later returned) . After activation immediately transfer all funds to your bank account. it is returned ,no worry .

4. have a crypto wallet

5. next : process of withdraw will start

100% of your investment + 75% of your estimated profits
 

Pharaoh

Colonel
Messages
19,925
100% sure this is a scam.

Someone contacts you out of the blue and magically knows how much you lost, how to get back your entire deposit, AND 75% of your withdrawal.

Let's look at these claims:

1. Who knows your email address, how much "profit" (see item 2) was in your account and how much you deposited? The people who scammed you, that's who (or someone they sold the information to). Only a government employee or a court appointed liquidator would be able to get the information, and in that case, you would be able to check the status of this on a verified police, regulator, or court website.

Ask this person where you can read about this on the FCA website and who at the FCA can confirm that these are the people who are getting your money back. Then brace yourself for excuses. Remember, if all the money's been secured, that means all forfeitures are complete, so the FCA would be publicizing this as a successful completion of a case and letting people know how to get in touch with the liquidator.

2. Cherry trade was a binary options broker. That means bucketshop. No trades ever went to the real market or two any liquidity provider. So, if these people refund all deposits to all traders, there is NO profit money left to pay any profits. This also means that no money was spend by the scammers to build, run, and market their website. Basically, there's zero possibility of returning 100% the deposit money of CherryTrade clients unless they captured the owners, liquidated their assets, and are using them as slave labor to make up the remaining money which can't be recovered.

I guarantee that if you try this, at some point you'll be required to pay some sort of fee, and that's when things will go wrong. You'll likely also need to provide information that can be used for identity theft.


I cannot say for certain what gemt's role in this is. Many scams want you to pay by Western Union, Bitcoin, or other method that's hard to trace, so it's possible the company is innocent and being used. It's also possible the company is tied up in it. Short of walking into a guaranteed scam trap, there's not way to be certain.

I do find the need for a crypto wallet interesting. Unless your original deposit was in crypto and that crypto had never been converted, any funds sized by the regulator would mostly have been in real money. Gemt should be able to convert BTC to USD, EUR, or GBP, so my best guess is the crypto wallet is part of the scam designed to get more money or identity/financial information out of you.
 

JPJoensuu

Recruit
Messages
1
I'm in a same loop. James collins from Brokers Community doesn't stop calling me even I have dasi that i don't do deposit to the GEMT. GEMT is six months old company thefore i don't trust it. I found that some has paid 250 usd for them and after that thay asked her to pay 1100 USD transaction fee. Bit strange that one email comes from brokers community and this person who calls to me three-four time a day email signature is marketeffects.co

Firts mail.

Dear Sir/Ma
Brokers Community received complaints from traders about GET FINANCIAL which prompted investigating this platform.
Consider this as a final and last notification regarding your Case REFUND GT034 recovered funds from Get Financial after our investigation Series of mail and calls have been sent to you for you to contact us concerning the funds accrued to you yet no response.
As a final decision such unclaimed funds will be sent to a pool of unclaimed funds and as such all clients forfeit right to access such funds.
Kindly get in contact with us as soon as possible so we can begin the process of transferring your funds to you to avoid any ambiguous situation.
Kind regards,
James Collins
Specialist | VIP and Corporate department
+44 203 807 8218 | j.collins@brokerscommunity.co.uk


They even offer phone help:

Hello ,
Here is your Login details.
Activate the account and withdraw the funds into your Bank account immediately.
Website: https://gemt.co.uk/
Login email:
Password: 123456
***Ensure to change the password to your personal secure password***

To request a call for consultation on withdrawal please kindly reply providing us the following information
Phone number:
Day to call:
Time to call:

Please be in-front of your computer at the stipulated time because we will only guide,
but you will make the transfer to your Bank account.

Please ask if you have questions

Thank you
Kind Regards,
John Wilson
Specialist | VIP and Corporate Department
+44 203 807 8218 | j.wilson@marketeffects.co
 

Katootje

Private, 1st Class
Messages
43
I am also 100% sure this is a scam.!!

I got the same email - apparently all our details are sold and re-sold across the globe, each being approached with yet another scam, Dont fall for it! IT IS A SCAM!!

These guys are operated by Global Top Marketing LTD - alias - profit trade - or even more names

Official warnings on the Austrian Financial Market Authority site:

“Profit Trade” GPS Marketing LTD und Global Top Marketing LTD Release Date: 1. March 2019 | Categories:  Investor Warning Pursuant to Article 4 para. 7 first sentence of the Bankwesengesetz (BWG; Banking Act), the Austrian Financial Market Authority (FMA) may disclose to the general public by publication on the Internet, in the official gazette “Amtsblatt zur Wiener Zeitung”, or in any other newspaper with nationwide circulation, that a particular natural or legal person (person) is not entitled to carry out certain banking transactions, provided that said person has given cause for such action and informing the general public is deemed necessary and reasonable with regard to possible disadvantages of the person concerned. By publication in the official gazette “Amtsblatt zur Wiener Zeitung” of 02.03.2019, the FMA hereby informs that “Profit Trade” GPS Marketing LTD 29 Dzavaharal Neru Str Sofia, Bulgaria and Global Top Marketing LTD Trust Company Complex, Ajeltake Road, Ajeltake Islands, Majuro, Marshall Islands www.profit-trade.com office@profit-trade.com are not entitled to carry out banking transactions in Austria that require a licence. The provider is therefore neither permitted to trade on a commercial basis on its own account nor on behalf of others (Article 1 para. 1 no. 7 BWG).
 

Katootje

Private, 1st Class
Messages
43
I am also 100% sure this is a scam.!!

I got the same email - apparently all our details are sold and re-sold across the globe, each being approached with yet another scam, Dont fall for it! IT IS A SCAM!!

These guys are operated by Global Top Marketing LTD - alias - profit trade - or even more names

Official warnings on the Austrian Financial Market Authority site:

“Profit Trade” GPS Marketing LTD und Global Top Marketing LTD Release Date: 1. March 2019 | Categories:  Investor Warning Pursuant to Article 4 para. 7 first sentence of the Bankwesengesetz (BWG; Banking Act), the Austrian Financial Market Authority (FMA) may disclose to the general public by publication on the Internet, in the official gazette “Amtsblatt zur Wiener Zeitung”, or in any other newspaper with nationwide circulation, that a particular natural or legal person (person) is not entitled to carry out certain banking transactions, provided that said person has given cause for such action and informing the general public is deemed necessary and reasonable with regard to possible disadvantages of the person concerned. By publication in the official gazette “Amtsblatt zur Wiener Zeitung” of 02.03.2019, the FMA hereby informs that “Profit Trade” GPS Marketing LTD 29 Dzavaharal Neru Str Sofia, Bulgaria and Global Top Marketing LTD Trust Company Complex, Ajeltake Road, Ajeltake Islands, Majuro, Marshall Islands www.profit-trade.com office@profit-trade.com are not entitled to carry out banking transactions in Austria that require a licence. The provider is therefore neither permitted to trade on a commercial basis on its own account nor on behalf of others (Article 1 para. 1 no. 7 BWG).


P.S. On the footer of the front page GEMT website, operated by GPS Marketing Ltd....
 

FmrBrokerExecutive

Master Sergeant
Messages
254
Pretty much 100% of these recovery companies are scams.

They act as though they can magically open up offshore accounts, credit card processors, etc with no legal authority.

It's very hard just to force a licensed UK brokerage to give you back money without suing them, etc.
The idea some shady company can recover funds from a broker in St Vincent or the Marshall Islands... come on folks.. think about it. Not going to happen. If you trade with these shops that offer 400x leverage, etc you are doing the same as gambling at an offshore casino.
 

Katootje

Private, 1st Class
Messages
43
Pretty much 100% of these recovery companies are scams.

They act as though they can magically open up offshore accounts, credit card processors, etc with no legal authority.

It's very hard just to force a licensed UK brokerage to give you back money without suing them, etc.
The idea some shady company can recover funds from a broker in St Vincent or the Marshall Islands... come on folks.. think about it. Not going to happen. If you trade with these shops that offer 400x leverage, etc you are doing the same as gambling at an offshore casino.
Avoid them!! A few tips to recognise the scam: BRON : https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0102-refund-and-recovery-scams

Scam artists buy and sell "sucker lists" with the names of people who already have lost money to fraudulent promotions. These crooks may call you promising to recover the money you lost or the prize or merchandise you never received — for a fee in advance. That's against the law. Under the Telemarketing Sales Rule, they cannot ask for — or accept — payment until seven business days after they deliver the money or other item they recovered to you.
How the Scams Work
Many consumers might not know that they have been scammed by a bogus prize promotion, phony charity drive, fraudulent business opportunity or other scam. But if you have unknowingly paid money to such a scam, chances are your name is on a "sucker list." That list may include your address, phone numbers, and other information, like how much money you've spent responding to phony offers. Dishonest promoters buy and sell "sucker lists" on the theory that people who have been deceived once have a high likelihood of being scammed again.
These scammers lie when they promise that, for a fee or a donation to a specific charity, they will recover the money you lost, or the prize or product you never received. They use a variety of lies to add credibility to their pitch: some claim to represent companies or government agencies; some say they're holding money for you; and others offer to file necessary complaint paperwork with government agencies on your behalf. Still others claim they can get your name at the top of a list for victim reimbursement.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the nation's consumer protection agency, says claims like these often are false. Although some federal and local government agencies and consumer organizations help people who have lost money, they don't charge a fee. Nor do they guarantee to get your money back, or give special preference to anyone who files a formal complaint.
Seeing Through a Recovery Scam
Here are some tips to help you avoid losing money to a recovery scam:
  • Don't give money or your bank or credit card account number to anyone who calls offering to recover money, merchandise, or prizes you never received if the caller says you have to pay a fee in advance. Under the Telemarketing Sales Rule, it's against the law for someone to request or receive payment from you until seven business days after you have the money or other item in hand.
  • If someone claims to represent a government agency that will recover your lost money, merchandise, or prizes for a fee or a donation to a charity, report them immediately to the FTC. National, state, and local consumer protection agencies and nonprofit organizations do not charge for their services.
  • Before you use any company to recover either money or a prize, ask what specific services the company provides and the cost of each service. Check out the company with local government law enforcement and consumer agencies; ask whether other people have registered complaints about the business. You also can enter the company name into an online search engine to look for complaints.
 
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