Response from Phil Wombwell, ex-director of Eventus Alternatives: “Since 3 years have passed I would like you to consider removing the article in its entirety”

2016-08-25-183607_1680x1026_scrotThree years ago, I wrote a post about a Dubai-based Eventus Alternatives, a company that specialised in selling carbon credits to retail investors. A week after the post, Eventus Alternatives’ solicitors threatened to sue me for US$250,000. Three years later, the company’s ex-director, Phil Wombwell, wrote a nice email asking me to remove the post.

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MED Investment Operations – Part 1: Anyone want to buy 345 million REDD carbon credits? Only US$6.80 each

MED Investment Operations LtdLast week, REDD-Monitor received a message from Boniface Mburaburirwe asking whether I have any buyers for carbon credits. I suspect Mburaburirwe hasn’t read much on REDD-Monitor, particularly not the series of posts about scam artists selling carbon credits to unsuspecting members of the public as investments.

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Response from Nick Meade, ex-director of D&P Sites part of the Capital Alternatives network: “Libellous and defamatory comments”

2016-05-25-185143_846x643_scrotIn October 2014, REDD-Monitor wrote about Sterling and Bond, Voiptel International, and Velvet Assets. The companies were part of the Capital Alternatives network. The post received more than one hundred comments, some of which named the individuals involved in these and other related companies.

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Response from Salya Group: “Please could you kindly remove this link … with the upmost urgency”

Salya GroupThree weeks ago, REDD-Monitor wrote a post about three carbon credit fraud suspects who are wanted in Germany for tax evasion and money laundering. On Sunday, I received an email from “AS” at Salya Group accusing me of having “wrongfully written your blog” and requesting that the post is removed.

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