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Secure Platform Funding / they gave me fake sblc

Marshall Islands, Nevis Review updated:
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I am a victim of Secure Platform Funding (SPF) and I want to expose them so that no other innocent victim will fall prey to their antics.

Here is the Top 15 Proof Why Secure Platform Funding is SCAM...

1. Fraud: Beware of Bruce Green, CEO of the SecurePlatformFunding.com Bank Guarantee Scam Company!: /link removed/

2. advanced fees scam - – do not trust secure platform funding: https://www.complaintsboard.com/complaints/secure-platform-funding-advanced-fees-scam-do-not-trust-secure-platform-funding-c906701.html

3. On August 16, 2017 The Popular Boston Newspaper carried BREAKING NEWS against Secure Platform Funding with this caption: Secure Platform Funding or Scam Loan Funding on the Rise? http://bostonnewsglobe.com/2017/08/16/secure-platform-funding-scam-loan-funding-rise/?utm_campaign=shareaholic&utm_medium=twitter&utm_source=socialnetwork

4. Should Financial Authorities in The UK Act as Well Against SecurePlatformFunding.com as They Slander Their Competition Openly and Maliciously? http://dailynewslondon.com/2017/08/16/should-financial-authorities-in-the-uk-act-as-well-against-secureplatformfunding-com-as-they-slander-their-competition-openly-and-maliciously/

5. Bruce Green CEO [censor] Banker from Secure Platform Funding - https://www.scam.com/showthread.php?714528-Bruce-Green-CEO-Bullshit-Banker-from-Secure-Platform-Funding-secureplatformfunding-com

6. Scam Phone Number [protected], Secure Platform Funding (SPF), Bruce Green: http://www.scamcallfighters.com/scam-call-[protected]-Secure-Platform-Funding--SPF---Bruce-Green--Advance-Fee-Scam-59352.html

7. They Charge Huge Money for Broker license, some people paid 35, 000 euros just to get broker license? Other legitimate companies give broker license 100% FREE.

8. They claim after I pay the upfront fee for broker license that they will pay me 1.5% commission for every transaction they get from my country Belgium even though I dont know anything about the transactions. But normally a broker is supposed to get commission based on referrals. This is 100% scam because Secure Flatform Funding (SPF) never paid any broker any such fee and they never even successfully closed any deals. They just steal your money using bogus so called attorney trust accounts as escrow but in reality they own the escrow accounts and once you deposit money into these escrow accounts they would start telling you stories till you get tired. I am a broker from Belgium, my client is waiting to receive his promised SBLC since 7 months now without success and the 250, 000 EUR my client paid cannot be refunded. 100% SCAMMERS.

9. Secure Flatform Funding (SPF) have published list of competitor Banks calling them Banned without any proof or any others by any regulatory authority. Most of the banks are legit on the banned list and working according to Banking rules and in business. Guys don't waste time paying attention to Secure Flatform Funding (SPF), their website is full of self composed fake stories and their aim is to deceive gullible and ignorant people.

10. Secure Platform Funding is 100% fake, tell them to show you proof of any deals they closed successfully and they will start telling bs stories. According to Interpol, Secure Flatform Funding (SPF) has over 14 fraud cases against them and many victims are shy to come out.

11. Secure Flatform Funding (SPF) claims to be a NEVIS registered company but they are using a London phone number, that is clear evidence of fraud. If you are based in Nevis why not use a NEVIS phone number? Why use London landline to deceive people? They are frauds, they are using a fake London phone number that is hosted on SKYPE. We got to know because our lawyers found out through the help of the police. Otherwise since they are using a London landline why cant they give you their address in London if they are not FRAUDSTERS? This is their London phone number: +[protected]??? Red Flag number 1.

12. The government of NEVIS has made a press statement saying that Secure Plaform Funding is not registered and is 100% Scam. Please check this warning statement direct from the government of Nevis website: http://www.nevisfsrc.com/advisories-2/warnings/371-secure-platform-funding

13. A sign of desperation: SECURE PLATFORM FUNDING: http://sapphirecapital.proboards.com/thread/7505/sign-desperation-secure-platform-funding

14. SECURE PLATFORM FUNDING.COM IS BANK INSTRUMENTS SCAMMER - : https://www.scamwarners.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&p=294155
15. Beware of Secure Platform Funding Scam: https://www.scamguard.com/secure-platform-funding/

The internet is littered with sad stories and warning reports against Secure Flatform Funding (SPF), so please run away from them if you haven't sent them any money yet.
Aug 25, 2017


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So I was contacted by a lender/banking insider firm advertising the sale and financing of bank instruments for investors looking to make more money. Naïve that I was, I decide to go along with their offer and sent them a payment of $56, 000. My mistake? Thinking I’d ever see my money again, or have it actually grow. All I have received since are apologetic statements of complaints and long silences. Their contact details:

+44 20 3808 9841

In short the folks over at Secure Platform Funding (https://www.secureplatformfunding.com) have yet to come back to me on my down paid investment and anytime I push them for answers I get the same shtick that I have to wairt, or that alternatively I should “take my business elsewhere”. I earnestly wish they would have told me that before I sent them money, that would have made the process a lot simpler. Stay away from these a**holes.

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