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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.

Update TradeSolid and IntegraOption Scam Schemes – More evidence about Payobin involvement

In May 2019 FinTelegram reported for the first time about the TradeSolid binary options scam of the Israelis Chen Malka and Nadav Gover. At that time we presented the background of these large scams in detail and based on carefully reviewed documents. We also reported on the involvement of the payment service provider Payotech Ltd. by Eyal Nachum and Tamir Zoltovski. FinTelegram was accused of slander by both of them. Nachum and Zoltovski and none of their companies would ever have supported a scam. A strange reality given the facts. Here's an update on this still not yet finally closed crime case.

FinTech Review – PayPal challenger Caspero actually doesn’t challenge anybody but itself!

In the course of our FinTech Review series, we looked at the Lithauische Caspero. The company belongs to the FinTech Group of the Israelis Eyal Nachum and Tamir Zoltovski. On the website of Caspero, it is stated that the company acts as an authorized agent of International Fintech UAB licensed by the Bank of Lithuania. Also on the website, one is invited to join the millions who allegedly already use Caspero.

Binary Options Legacy – Learning from the forensic analysis of binary options scam Secured Options

In May 2017, the Israeli Eliran Saada, beneficial owner of Israeli Express Target Marketing Ltd was arrested in Israel. He was charged with the operation of illegal and fraudulent binary options schemes SecuredOptions, InsideOption and OptionChase. A Singapore-based victim who allegedly suffered investment losses of over $500,000 filed a criminal complaint with the Tel Aviv police. An undercover investigation was conducted over several months culminating in Saada's arrest. Up until today, the full network around this fraudulent scheme has not been fully disclosed. Hence, FinTelegram does a forensic analysis to learn more about the patterns of investment scammers.

Former binary options payment company Bruc Bund arrives in Singapore to conquer the Asian markets

The good news: the era of fraudulent binary options is over. At least the ongoing defrauding of retail investors. At the moment, the sequel is being performed by prosecutors and regulators before the courts in jurisdictions across the world. The sad fact is that the binary options scams have been used to steal tens of billions of retail investors worldwide, according to U.S. FBI estimates. Many perpetrators, their companies and facilitators got rich especially in the years of the binary options hype between 2014 and 2017. Most of the involved payment services providers have successfully evolved into new fields and eagerly try to cut the ties with their binary options legacy. One of them is Israeli-Lithuanian Bruc Bond known as Moneta International in the binary options era.

Lithuanian fintech scene exposed – New allegations and US indictment against Allied Wallet founder Ahmad Khawaja and his Lithuanian connections

In June 2019, Allied Wallet Inc and its beneficial owner Ahmad "Andy" Khawaja settled a complaint with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC). Allied Wallet, Ahmad Khawaja, its chief operating officer, Mohammad Diab, and its former vice president of operations, Amy Rountree, agreed to settle the FTC complaint that it knowingly processed payments for businesses that were committing fraud. Khawaja apparently unfolded fintech activities in Lithuania.

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