Spain-based British professional scammers, stay alert

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Spain-based British professional scammers, stay alert

Postby Sylviasylvia » Wed Nov 29, 2017 7:59 am

I am myself a Victim of Privilege Wealth Scam which Brett Jolly is behind.
If you are one of us, please join us to expose the scammers on the media and the social media. Email us at: sylviajk555@gmail.com. We will never get our money back, we have to admit it, but we can help other people not to step into their trap any more at least. We have to get ourselves justice and we have to stop their continuing scams.

If you happen to be an investor of Privilege Wealth in Germany, or you know one, please contact us. We won't reveal your identity or personal information if you don't want. Standing up and speaking out your experience of being victim will be very helpful to a news coverage in Germany.

If you are not one of us, then stay alert, don't become us.

Here are Brett Jolly's famous scam stories:

- 16 years ago, Brett Jolly's Holland Moorehouse in South Africa made more than 8000 people lose their investment for holiday accommodation and he left SA in a sudden without anyone knowing.

https://www.iol.co.za/news/south-af

- Here are some other investment scams beside pay day loan of Privilege Wealth and Creditech:

Timber in Ghana to get minerals in Ireland / Non-existing property in Brazil / Carbon credits......

- Professional stuff and website, beautiful stories at beginning.
- Pretending London-based offices / stuff turned out to be in Spain.
- Partnership in Gibraltar never used banks of Gibraltar, instead, all transactions were made to UK accounts.
- Never received your title of what you have invested or in the case of Privilege Wealth, no new contract regarding the resolution.
- No one answered the phones / emails/ etc and all the directors disappeared after you put money in.
- Companies went to liquidation.
- Brett Jolly argued that he was a victim himself ( he really enjoys arguing and being a victim himself ).

His former employee told me that his telesales got 40% commission to sell such stuff in Green Planet Investment Holdings.

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-new

http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/

http://www.redd-monitor.org/2013/03

https://www.lovemoney.com/news/2442

http://www.insolvencynews.com/artic

http://www.echo-news.co.uk/news/108

http://www.bbc.com/news/business-28

-When you search for the “biggest diamond in the world” on Youtube, you can see Brett Jolly promoting this “amazing diamond” which was found out totally FAKE.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OT5

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/

Privilege Wealth scam:

http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/

https://www.offshorealert.com/brett

https://www.offshorealert.com/privi

Again, German investors please join us in the exposure of these scammers: Brett Jolly ( based in Marbella / Asia) , Mark Munnelly (based in Marbella / US), Richard Colwell (based in London), Peter Strokes (based in London) , Martin Sampson, Andrew Sweeney (based in Marbella) and Tomasz Pawelek.

These are the companies involved with these scammers which continue to propose "payday loan investment" to potential investors like Privilege Wealth did:

GENERAL WEALTH PORTFOLIO 1 LLC
GENERAL WEALTH PORTFOLIO 3 LLC
GENERAL WEALTH PORTFOLIO 4 LLC
GENERAL WEALTH INC (INACTIVE)
CREDITECH USA, INC (INACTIVE)
CREDITECH USA, LLC
C-TECH FINANCIAL CORP
FINTECH SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT GROUP INC
USC LOANS, LLC

Those companies are registered in Florida. Others such as Creditech / Investabl / International Portfolio Service / Prestan Invest are registered in UK.Again, if you are an investor and especially if you are in Germany, please join us! Thank you.

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Re: Spain-based British professional scammers, stay alert

Postby costakid » Wed Nov 29, 2017 9:44 am

Terrible that thousands of people have lost there money but I bet if they think about the sales pitch it was too good to be true.

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Postby scotty » Wed Nov 29, 2017 12:30 pm

Spain seems to have a few of these "Sales bases". If you are on any of the Facebook groups advertising jobs on the CDS there is a constant stream of "Marbella based" companies looking for telesales people with sales experience. Out of boredom I've messaged a few and found them to be less than Kosher. If someone is offering you a much greater return on your money than mainstream returns then run as fast as your little legs will carry you.

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Re: Spain-based British professional scammers, stay alert

Postby swerve » Wed Nov 29, 2017 12:40 pm

Thanks for the information. Keep us updated.
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Re: Spain-based British professional scammers, stay alert

Postby Manchesteral » Wed Nov 29, 2017 6:12 pm

costakid wrote:Terrible that thousands of people have lost there money but I bet if they think about the sales pitch it was too good to be true.

True costakid, many people who are not financially savvy or "tight" as I describe myself often don't understand the old adage that, as you mention "if it sounds too good to be true then it probably is" unfortunately greed often robs people of their common sense !

I lost money with BCCI IN 1991 (due to greed on my part, and an examination of my V A T and tax presentations to the authorities) serves me right !!

From that day on I have never believed a word a banker or "financial advisor" has uttered.
Ordinary people, that is people with less than 5 million to invest will rarely (in reality) get a better than 5.5-6% return on an investment !!

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Re: Spain-based British professional scammers, stay alert

Postby Sylviasylvia » Mon Dec 04, 2017 7:28 am

These scammers are well trained and professional scammers. They all have an education background of finance or lawyers and had a decent profession before. It is very hard to tell that they are scammers until they run off with your money. Even though, they are still equipped with lawyers and they set off new companies to continue their scams. Be careful with "Payday loan investment", be careful with Brett Jolly and his fellows.

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Re: Spain-based British professional scammers, stay alert

Postby Sylviasylvia » Mon Dec 04, 2017 7:32 am

The links cannot be fully shown on the thread. Search "Brett Jolly", " "Privilege Wealth" and "Green Planet Investment Holdings" on google, you will find out his scams.


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