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Cornerstone WorldwideInvestment Fraud

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Cornerstone Worldwide Contact Us
Corporate Office:129 Hibiya Central Building, 1-2-9 Nishi Shimbashi, Tokyo 105-0003

Phone & FAX:+81 [protected]/ +81 [protected]

The above company called me in april 2009 and asked me to invest 12, 000 USD in return for profits, which i made, on paper, but never got the money. they made many promises to send my money, but never did. on the contrary they came back to me and asked for more money to 'release' my money. Foolishly, i sent the release fee. They then came and asked for another release fee. can you believe it. now they dont even call me. my money is with them.

the people involved with me were :

Matt Cornish
Bruce Gamble
Edward Taylor (sold initial investment and disappeared)
E Lynstrom

their banks are in malaysia, cyprus

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  • Ke
    keex Dec 07, 2010
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    Verified customer

    Cornerstone Worldwide says they buy shares for you but the receipts they send are fake. First the business sounds good but when you ask for your money they want you to pay release fee, when you pay the release fee, they want you to pay withholding tax etc. etc. problems start to multiply and you will never get any money back. Be careful! Do not believe them! They are cheaters!

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