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Jason Gai / Scammers

1 Ticino, Amsterdam, MT, Switzerland Review updated:
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Phone: 0041-782240172

Dear all,

i got Jason Gai's details from linkden.
I need funding my my deal in Ireland he said he could help.
He said he had a company in Spain who would meet me in amsterdam airport last week and they would go through all my plans and see could they fund me the loan i needed.

So i asked Jason was there upfront fees because if there was i was not meeting them, He said in an email NO UP FRONT FEES.
So i said great i booked my 350 euro ticket and went.

Met this guy called Jonas Borowitsky cell number 0031-[protected]


He was with another guy called Steffan,
They never once looked at all my paperwork which i put alot of work in to.
my deal was 2, 8m euro
It went like this,
We give you 2, 2m and we then give you 600k cash, But before we give you the 600k you have to pay us 250k??
At this stage i got angry because thats not what Jason said to me.

These guys were going to take my cash and scam me, I asked them for there ID's they said no.
I asked them to show me a bank statment showing they have the funds they said no.

I got up and got VERY angry because when i was there they were meeting another poor guy and doing the same to him.

Jonas got up and said give me the paperwork and i will do the loan and send you my bank statment later.
I have heard nothing from any of them and iv emailed Jason 4 times since i got back.

THIS IS A SCAM AND RUN AWAY FOLKS IF YOU COME ACROSS THESE SCUMS BAGS.

Hard to trust anyone anymore.

Phil

Ir
Mar 24, 2014
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  • Ir
      24th of Mar, 2014

    KEEP AWAY FROM THESE PEOPLE.
    I WAS NEARLY SCAMMED BY THEM.

    https://www.complaintsboard.com/complaints/jason-gai-scammers-c704686.html

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  • Ja
      22nd of Dec, 2014

    Hi there Phil, just found your story after doing business with Jonas. All I got to say is that there was no scam and now that I see this post I understand that you are ruining someones business just because they asked a guaranty. This post already says much about your personality.
    It's only logical that they would want some kind of guaranty if they would give you 2.8 million euro. What if they would give you their 2.8 million euro ( which is a lot of money ) and YOU would scam them and never return? If you go to a bank, the bank would also ask for some kind of guaranty( usually a deposit ). So what if you are the scammer? How can we believe your story is right?

    Also, Ireland is in a tough situation regarding the financial crisis. So a cash deal ( physical cash ) is not something acceptable at the moment. It's because of this that you guys are having the crisis. If you guys would do everything through bank and if you guys would pay your taxes, you would not be in the huge debt that you guys are in now. So basically you are evading taxes, which is not good, not only for the Irish but for all the European people who are working hard and who pay their taxes!

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