Asia Beijing Corporation is cold calling victims of Renwick Haddow’s scam, Bar Works. Asia Beijing Corporation claims to be able to “exchange the toxic asset” for shares in Ant Financial Services Group. Of course, Asia Beijing Corporation is running a ridiculously obvious recovery room scam.
Bradlodge Limited was a recovery room scam. Back in 2014, the company’s conmen rang up people who had already been conned into buying worthless carbon credits as investments. Bradlodge told them they could sell their carbon credits. For an advanced fee, of course.
Yesterday, “Fallguy” left a comment on REDD-Monitor. Fallguy is one of many people in the UK who have been scammed into buying carbon credits as an investment. In his comment, he wrote about a recent phone conversation he had with Brian Carter from Novus Capital Markets. Carter was inviting him to get scammed once again.
A company claiming to be called “Blackrock Commodities” is cold calling people who have been scammed into buying carbon credits as investments. “Blackrock Commodities” claims to be able to sell the carbon credits for £5 to a Swedish company called Asio Capital. All you have to do is pay an advance fee. It’s a scam, of course.
A company calling itself Vanguard Trading International (or Vanguard UK Trading, or Vanguard Trading UK, or Vanguard Global Financial Intermediaries) is cold calling retail investors who have been scammed into buying carbon credits. Vanguard claims to be able to sell the carbon credits. Of course, there’s an advanced fee to be paid. And, of course, Vanguard is running a recovery room scam.
A company called Goldberg Management is cold calling people who have been scammed into buying carbon credits as investments. Goldberg Management claims to be able to sell these worthless carbon credits. The company asks for an advance fee (a “10% Surety Bond”). Needless to say, it’s a transparently obvious scam.
A company called ALTR Alternative Fund Managers is cold calling people telling them it can sell the worthless carbon credits they were scammed into buying as an investment. Of course, they’ll need to pay an advance fee. And of course ALTR Alternative Fund Managers is a scam.
If you have been the victim of a scam, your name will be on a list to be cold called – and scammed – again. These “sucker lists” include names, addresses, phone number and background information about the person scammed. They are traded between boiler room operations, because scammers know that people who have been scammed are more than likely to fall for another scam.
A company called Grayson Wealth Management is cold calling people who have been scammed into buying carbon credits. Grayson Wealth Management’s telemarketers offer them a way of getting rid of their carbon credits. It’s a scam, of course.
G2G Investments Ltd is “an independent brokerage specialising in offering investment opportunities in gold, silver, and other alternative investments to private clients seeking to hold wealth in capital assured tangible assets”. At least that’s what it says on the company’s website.
A company called Rothstein Capital & Partners is contacting people who have been scammed into buying carbon credits or other near-worthless investments. The company claims that it can offer an exit strategy. Of course, Rothstein Capital & Partners wants an advance fee. And of course, it’s a scam.
A company called Noble Rock Partners is cold calling people who have been scammed into buying carbon credits as an investment. The company claims it can sell their carbon credits, provided an upfront fee is paid. It’s a scam, of course.