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Exposed – ING subsidiary Payvision processed €130 million illicit proceeds for now-detained broker scammers Lenhoff & Barak and did so while reporting suspicious activities!

The extent of the damage caused by scam facilitating FinTechs is very clearly shown by the ING subsidiary Payvision. The Dutch Fintech processes some €130 million just for the scams of the two now-imprisoned Uwe Lenhoff (Germany) and Gal Barak (Israel). Thanks to the investigations many sad hypothesis around FinTechs and their role as cybercrime facilitators have been proved by facts and evidence.

Good News – UK Regulator FCA finally acts against Robert Courtneidge and ePayments Systems!

On February 11, the FCA-licensed e-money institution ePayments System has been ordered by the FCA to suspend all activity for “an indefinite period.” The regulator found “a number of weaknesses” in its anti-money-laundering (AML) controls. ePayments Systems is one of the big e-money institutions in the UK with over a million private accounts and more than 1,000 business accounts. Allegedly, the company has issued more than 75,000 prepaid cards as a principal issuer of Mastercard. It booked profits of more than £18m on revenues of almost £28m in the year up to the end of April 2019, with a whopping 66% gross profit margin according to Alphaville. Its director Robert Courtneidge resigned on February 17, 2020.

Exposed – Suspected Russian money-launderer, alleged cybercriminals, and binary options scammers evidently invested millions in Telegram’s Gram token placement

On 31st January 2019, the Austrian Meinl Bank (now “Anglo Austrian AAB Bank“) made a suspicious money laundering report to the authorities against the Russian…

PokerStars legend Isai Scheinberg finally surrenders to US authorities – how payment processors were held accountable for facilitating illegal gaming!

Binary options have been prohibited in almost all jurisdictions since 2018. The legal review of the illegal and fraudulent binary options is in many aspects…

Crypto rumors – PlusToken scheme perpetrators systematically manipulated crypto prices

In the last few days, speculations about massive manipulation of the cryptocurrency market have again made the rounds. Allegedly, the scammers behind the Chinese PlusToken…

Bruc Bond and ZP Advocates – or how perpetrators work to intimidate FinTelegram and its partners

FinTelegram has been successfully exposing scams for almost two years now and also shows which payment service providers and lawyers have participated in these scams (in whatever role). Therefore FinTelegram is hated by the scams and their lawyers and partners. We understand that. This also applies to Eyal Nachum and Tamir Zoltovski and their various companies from Payotech Ltd (disappeared) to Moneta International ((renamed) to SeeddPay on Marshall Islands or Hermes Solution DOO in Montenegro. FinTelegram was not founded to receive the love of scammers. FinTelegram was founded to stop scammers.

EuroPrime and F1Markets – Tel Aviv-based broker network licensed in Cyprus

EuroPrime is a trading style of F1Markets Ltd. licensed in Cyprus with CIF license number 267/15 and we have recently portrayed F1Markets on FinTelegram. However, the beneficial owners of F1Markets, as well as, key operating units are located in Israel. In fact, many of the investment companies registered and licensed in Cyprus are Israeli dominated.

Football club PSV terminated sponsorship agreement with Investous of F1Markets

FinTelegram has recently reported about F1Markets and its broker platforms. These include the online broker Investous, against which numerous complaints from retail investors have been filed. An extensive broadcast on Facebook about alleged fake advertisements by Investous ultimately led to PSV Eindhoven terminating its sponsorship agreement with Investous (F1Markets).

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