Scammed by Knight Service Group for US $1.44M

Mediator

Private, 1st Class
Messages
30
Hi,

I was scammed by Knight Service Group for US $1.44M. I live in the US. I was lured by a supposedly single mom named Nancy, who I met on a dating app, Coffee Meets Bagel. She immediately wanted to chat on WhatsApp. She claimed to be a partner at a fashion company which did work for H&M and major brands. Lol, she claimed her company is the foundry for Gucci! She worked with an "account manager" named Bozza. She said she wants to travel with me and buy an apartment together in the US. She paid a lot for a financial advisor. She said her uncle got her into investing. I was tricked into adding so much money because of bonuses and I was led to believe I needed a minimum amount for certain investments and to reduce my commission. This was unfortunately influenced by me giving her info about my finances. I did some profitable "trades". I twice borrowed money - $400K and $330K. The scam should have been evident to me then, because I had to use outside money to repay the loan, instead of money already in the account!

Nancy said she'd make enough from a business deal to cover what I can't pay from the $330K loan. Of course, the "business deal" fell through. She was the "guarantor" for the loan. Bozza said if we're late, we'd have to each pay $500/day in late fees. But then he said that her late fee is $5000/day! I agreed with Nancy to pay her $90K late fee. When they realized I lost interest in trading, Nancy tried to get me to pay $200K to withdraw $2M (10% fee). That's when I saw it was a scam. She told me that withdrawing less has a 20% fee. I tried to recall the $90K, and pretended that the bank caused delays, which really upset her. When I said I don't want to withdraw money, she tried really hard to get me to do it. Then she started telling me I should give $200K so she can withdraw. She seemed fixated on getting me to pay $200K. At one point, she said she'd get money from her parents and then said her dad had a heart attack.

Nancy would send me so many nice pictures of "herself". Her "daughter" was really cute. She would say how special I am. Her "daughter" even knew about me. From the beginning, she said he only wants to text. When she was furious at the end, she voice called me. I didn't pick up. She refused to do a video call, which would show who she really is. I attached her picture.

I don't expect to get any money back, but I hope this helps others from getting scammed. I filed complaints to ic3.gov (FBI) and econsumer.gov. This was almost all the money I have. I reported her dating profile. I took the FBI's advice and stopped communication with both criminals.

Nancy's phone number is (+852) 9801 0749
Bozza's phone number is (+44) 7367 021627
daughter" was really cute. She would say how special I am. Her "daughter" even knew about

Nancy is a pretty girl. Can you try to resolve the dispute within the framework of claim's work without applying the Criminal Procedural Legislation?
 

Mike666

Private
Messages
12
Hi,

I was scammed by Knight Service Group for US $1.44M. I live in the US. I was lured by a supposedly single mom named Nancy, who I met on a dating app, Coffee Meets Bagel. She immediately wanted to chat on WhatsApp. She claimed to be a partner at a fashion company which did work for H&M and major brands. Lol, she claimed her company is the foundry for Gucci! She worked with an "account manager" named Bozza. She said she wants to travel with me and buy an apartment together in the US. She paid a lot for a financial advisor. She said her uncle got her into investing. I was tricked into adding so much money because of bonuses and I was led to believe I needed a minimum amount for certain investments and to reduce my commission. This was unfortunately influenced by me giving her info about my finances. I did some profitable "trades". I twice borrowed money - $400K and $330K. The scam should have been evident to me then, because I had to use outside money to repay the loan, instead of money already in the account!

Nancy said she'd make enough from a business deal to cover what I can't pay from the $330K loan. Of course, the "business deal" fell through. She was the "guarantor" for the loan. Bozza said if we're late, we'd have to each pay $500/day in late fees. But then he said that her late fee is $5000/day! I agreed with Nancy to pay her $90K late fee. When they realized I lost interest in trading, Nancy tried to get me to pay $200K to withdraw $2M (10% fee). That's when I saw it was a scam. She told me that withdrawing less has a 20% fee. I tried to recall the $90K, and pretended that the bank caused delays, which really upset her. When I said I don't want to withdraw money, she tried really hard to get me to do it. Then she started telling me I should give $200K so she can withdraw. She seemed fixated on getting me to pay $200K. At one point, she said she'd get money from her parents and then said her dad had a heart attack.

Nancy would send me so many nice pictures of "herself". Her "daughter" was really cute. She would say how special I am. Her "daughter" even knew about me. From the beginning, she said he only wants to text. When she was furious at the end, she voice called me. I didn't pick up. She refused to do a video call, which would show who she really is. I attached her picture.

I don't expect to get any money back, but I hope this helps others from getting scammed. I filed complaints to ic3.gov (FBI) and econsumer.gov. This was almost all the money I have. I reported her dating profile. I took the FBI's advice and stopped communication with both criminals.

Nancy's phone number is (+852) 9801 0749
Bozza's phone number is (+44) 7367 021627
I got scammed by Bozza and a girl named Cherry. I am in the United States too and I reported to authorities. The authorities want me to upload evidence and it would be helpful to have more. I will message you so we can work together on doing something about these scammers.
 

Mediator

Private, 1st Class
Messages
30
Hi,

I was scammed by Knight Service Group for US $1.44M. I live in the US. I was lured by a supposedly single mom named Nancy, who I met on a dating app, Coffee Meets Bagel. She immediately wanted to chat on WhatsApp. She claimed to be a partner at a fashion company which did work for H&M and major brands. Lol, she claimed her company is the foundry for Gucci! She worked with an "account manager" named Bozza. She said she wants to travel with me and buy an apartment together in the US. She paid a lot for a financial advisor. She said her uncle got her into investing. I was tricked into adding so much money because of bonuses and I was led to believe I needed a minimum amount for certain investments and to reduce my commission. This was unfortunately influenced by me giving her info about my finances. I did some profitable "trades". I twice borrowed money - $400K and $330K. The scam should have been evident to me then, because I had to use outside money to repay the loan, instead of money already in the account!

Nancy said she'd make enough from a business deal to cover what I can't pay from the $330K loan. Of course, the "business deal" fell through. She was the "guarantor" for the loan. Bozza said if we're late, we'd have to each pay $500/day in late fees. But then he said that her late fee is $5000/day! I agreed with Nancy to pay her $90K late fee. When they realized I lost interest in trading, Nancy tried to get me to pay $200K to withdraw $2M (10% fee). That's when I saw it was a scam. She told me that withdrawing less has a 20% fee. I tried to recall the $90K, and pretended that the bank caused delays, which really upset her. When I said I don't want to withdraw money, she tried really hard to get me to do it. Then she started telling me I should give $200K so she can withdraw. She seemed fixated on getting me to pay $200K. At one point, she said she'd get money from her parents and then said her dad had a heart attack.

Nancy would send me so many nice pictures of "herself". Her "daughter" was really cute. She would say how special I am. Her "daughter" even knew about me. From the beginning, she said he only wants to text. When she was furious at the end, she voice called me. I didn't pick up. She refused to do a video call, which would show who she really is. I attached her picture.

I don't expect to get any money back, but I hope this helps others from getting scammed. I filed complaints to ic3.gov (FBI) and econsumer.gov. This was almost all the money I have. I reported her dating profile. I took the FBI's advice and stopped communication with both criminals.

Nancy's phone number is (+852) 9801 0749
Bozza's phone number is (+44) 7367 021627
Hi,

I was scammed by Knight Service Group for US $1.44M. I live in the US. I was lured by a supposedly single mom named Nancy, who I met on a dating app, Coffee Meets Bagel. She immediately wanted to chat on WhatsApp. She claimed to be a partner at a fashion company which did work for H&M and major brands. Lol, she claimed her company is the foundry for Gucci! She worked with an "account manager" named Bozza. She said she wants to travel with me and buy an apartment together in the US. She paid a lot for a financial advisor. She said her uncle got her into investing. I was tricked into adding so much money because of bonuses and I was led to believe I needed a minimum amount for certain investments and to reduce my commission. This was unfortunately influenced by me giving her info about my finances. I did some profitable "trades". I twice borrowed money - $400K and $330K. The scam should have been evident to me then, because I had to use outside money to repay the loan, instead of money already in the account!

Nancy said she'd make enough from a business deal to cover what I can't pay from the $330K loan. Of course, the "business deal" fell through. She was the "guarantor" for the loan. Bozza said if we're late, we'd have to each pay $500/day in late fees. But then he said that her late fee is $5000/day! I agreed with Nancy to pay her $90K late fee. When they realized I lost interest in trading, Nancy tried to get me to pay $200K to withdraw $2M (10% fee). That's when I saw it was a scam. She told me that withdrawing less has a 20% fee. I tried to recall the $90K, and pretended that the bank caused delays, which really upset her. When I said I don't want to withdraw money, she tried really hard to get me to do it. Then she started telling me I should give $200K so she can withdraw. She seemed fixated on getting me to pay $200K. At one point, she said she'd get money from her parents and then said her dad had a heart attack.

Nancy would send me so many nice pictures of "herself". Her "daughter" was really cute. She would say how special I am. Her "daughter" even knew about me. From the beginning, she said he only wants to text. When she was furious at the end, she voice called me. I didn't pick up. She refused to do a video call, which would show who she really is. I attached her picture.

I don't expect to get any money back, but I hope this helps others from getting scammed. I filed complaints to ic3.gov (FBI) and econsumer.gov. This was almost all the money I have. I reported her dating profile. I took the FBI's advice and stopped communication with both criminals.

Nancy's phone is (+852) 9801 0749
Bozza's phone number is (+44) 7367 021627

I think this girl is not Nancy but Li Rouyu, 35 year old girl from Shanghai. If my assumptions are correct then Ms. Rouyu will be happy to see the claim's letter.
 

Joerg

Corporal
Messages
112
I highly recommend to work together with the police and legit lawyers so that they can investigate the true identity of those criminals and put them in an Chinese jail for a very long lime.
 

Mediator

Private, 1st Class
Messages
30
I highly recommend to work together with the police and legit lawyers so that they can investigate the true identity of those criminals and put them in an Chinese jail for a very long lime.

1. Drawing up financial consulting of illegal activities of brokers which is necessary as evidence in negotiations

2. Representing interests of victims of fraud during negotiations with brokers

3. Claim's work with brokers

are not covered by the licensing legislation in any State.

What is not prohibited is permitted. That is, it is legal.
 

Joerg

Corporal
Messages
112
1. Drawing up financial consulting of illegal activities of brokers which is necessary as evidence in negotiations

2. Representing interests of victims of fraud during negotiations with brokers

3. Claim's work with brokers

are not covered by the licensing legislation in any State.

What is not prohibited is permitted. That is, it is legal.
We are not discussing here whether the activities of the broker are illegal or not.
We already know that the broker is doing illegal stuff and is run by criminals.
The goal in this thread should be to help to identify the true offenders and to encourage the victims to report everything to the authorities.
 

The Punisher

Sergeant
Messages
240
1. Drawing up financial consulting of illegal activities of brokers which is necessary as evidence in negotiations

2. Representing interests of victims of fraud during negotiations with brokers

3. Claim's work with brokers

are not covered by the licensing legislation in any State.

What is not prohibited is permitted. That is, it is legal.
Hello Mediator, which State are you referring to (not covered by the licensing legislation of any "State").?
 

Mediator

Private, 1st Class
Messages
30
Hello Mediator, which State are you referring to (not covered by the licensing legislation of any "State").?

Hello Punisher, can you tell me at least one American State in which the financial consulting is subject to licensing?

It is possible that licensing legislation covers the concept of financial expertise but not financial consulting. Or am I wrong?
 

The Punisher

Sergeant
Messages
240
The US federal government has laws specific to financial licensing, trading and consulting. Each state can also have laws that are above and beyond the federal laws.
 
Top