Action Fraud I just wanted to inform you, StratxMarkets customers are being scam called from a company cliaming to be looking after the insolvency of Stratxmarkets called www.linrowclarionsolvency.co.uk.
They are mentioning names of police officers from Action Fraud, saying they are working with them to refund the money from Startxmarkets.
They seem to be working on all the customers names from Stratxmarkets, this site is registered to a George Eiffert from Chessington. They are saying the need 7k for payment of a pink sheet so as to get a refund of the money and their site can be checked and verified. I have seen this site is only 78 days old, this looks like another spin off from Stratxmarkets, to scam people again.
No pink sheets exists because StratxMarkets is not a trading company and has no relation to real trades.
looks like this guy wants to scam the people already been scammed by StratxMarkets;
Chessington, KT9 2JU
6 Oct 2017 · Owner: George Eiffert Owner Address: 81 York way. Owner City: Chessington Owner Postcode: KT9 2JU Owner
This is the company and account with HSBC which all you traders who have deposited money to, behind Stratxmarkets. When this company is allowed to be struck off, then all your chances of getting any money back have disappeared, not that there where any in the first place. This Active proposal is a resent activity filed for by Mr Bogdan Pepenica.
Companies registered in the Marshall Islands do not pay any tax on income from anywhere in the world and need not submit a financial statement.
If you wanted to issue proceedings against this company, you would have to investigate its affairs, so you would need to find out where the bank account for this compnay was opened, maybe a numbered account in Hong Kong and find the directors, which in the Marshall Islands, the names do not need to be declared.
From my understanding I would assume what Stratx Markets is doing is a crime, but a crime which is very hard to investigate or find the perpertrators.
So this company scams UK people, then scams HMRC and no-one seems to bat an eyelid.
It seems international tax dodging pays off for some.
We are doing our part in notifying people in-order to bring this criminal operation to a grinding halt. However, we need the help of the trading community as well. You can do your part in sharing this review site everywhere so as to prevent any further traders failing victim to such a disgusting scam!.
Some good sites with information on the scale of this Scam industry;
Have you been scammed by Stratx Markets?
At you thinking that maybe one day you will find a way to get your funds returned?
I have seen many blogs and reports here about them. When I went on at this site http://www.stratxmarketsreview.co.uk and they gave me details about what to do if I have got scammed by them, i.e. report them on Ripoffreports, Action Fraud and Review sites.
I know there are three people working there Bradley Alan Staerck, Eddie Campbell and George Radford.
Is there anything we can do about them and get them closed down, why are they allowed to operate in the heart of London.
Everyone who reads this, reporting works and I only knew I was being scammed when I found this review website, then I tried to make a withdrawal and it was denied. Then the penny dropped, I have just been taken, you feel so down and foolishly stupid for believing them and it is painful.
I do believe if enough of us do this, we will make everyone aware of this situation, and they will close down, they only have three people working there, two must be owners, this can’t be hard.
When you fill out your reports, then post the links back here, this website will be seen by everyone who googles Stratx Markets and hopefully will stop them ever making a deposit they will never see again.
Stratxmarkets is an unregulated firm, it does not have to act within the bounds of the law. This brokers main concern is making money, sqeezing each client for as much as they can, misrepresenting their business to achieve this.
We have many harrowing stories, with evidnce to reaffirm these claims. Using aggressive marketing tactics and offering high return rates,
this company will use misleading information to persuade individuals to deposit money. They empoy unlicensed brokers and manipulate accounts so that it appears as if the trader is earning money. They will then deny clients withdrawals and lock in their funds with “Bonuses”and other sneaky tactics.