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Eagle Summit Corporation is a scam its a fake offshore investment scam apparently in cyprus and korea, IF YOU SEND THEM MONEY YOU WILL NOT SEE IT AGAIN ITS THAT SIMPLE..


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    Qiu JS Jan 10, 2012

    hi Michael, what's your story with Eagle Summit Corp? I still receive calls from them and am looking for a way to track them down. I have information of their beneficiary companies Kamelia Ltd and Larcosa Ltd, which are also being used by other similar companies such as Navasota, Graham Walker and Parker Boyd.

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    Michael Holding Dec 09, 2011

    I strongly agree although I have been told these companies are operating from locations in South East Asia, I believe this to be a ruse and that the are in fact operating from London, if anyone can shed some more light on the matter please let us know?

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    Qiu JS Dec 08, 2011

    Eagle Summit Corp also makes calls to people in Singapore. I completely agree with the poster Michael Holding. Eagle Summit Corporation may seem to be based in Cyprus but they are probably British. They will ask you to invest in various bogus companies like Luce Energy and Timbia Mining. Don't ever send them the money. Just entertain them and then tell them to shove their proposal up their butt and hang up.

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