Victims of this particular scam typically receive calls allegedly from Scam Phone Number 442038089841
Secure Platform Funding (SPF) is 100% fake and is not a registered company.
Victims of this new scam are directed to Secure platform funding which looks to cheat the people trying to raise the funds through website – and then asked to provide confidential information. • In most reported cases, victims end up losing an “extensive” amount of money, police said. • Secure Platform Funding Charges Huge Money for Broker license.
Victims of this particular scam typically receive calls allegedly from Scam Phone Number 442038089841, Secure Platform Funding (SPF), Bruce Green, claiming they are the providing funding with excessively large amounts of money and are therefore suspected of being involved in criminal activities such as money laundering. • Secure Platform Funding claims to be registered company but they are using a London phone number, that is clear evidence of fraud. • If you are based in Nevis why not use a NEVIS phone number?
Why use London landline to deceive people? They are frauds; they are using a fake London phone number that is hosted on SKYPE. • We got to know because our lawyers found out through the help of the police. • Otherwise since they are using a London landline why cant they give you their address in London if they are not FRAUDSTERS?
The victims are then given a link to a website that looks like the official SPF website, and are asked to follow instructions to provide confidential. • Secure Platform Funding (SPF) have published list of competitor Banks calling them Banned without any proof or any others by any regulatory authority. • Most of the banks are legit on the banned list and working according to Banking rules and in business.
Guys don’t waste time paying attention to Secure Platform Funding (SPF), their website is full of self composed fake stories and their aim is to deceive gullible and ignorant people. • The website however is a phishing site, designed to extract victims’ personal information and banking details, police said. • In most reported cases, victims end up losing an “extensive” amount of money.