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Thursday, 16 February 2017

Global InterGold scam having troubles with banks


Global InterGold is a new rebranded version of Emgoldex scam that was running a couple of years ago. The company promises high revenues from investing in gold - and of course also from recruiting others to join the scam.

Google Trends shows quite well the history of Emgoldex, the time it collapsed and when Global InterGold was launched to replace its successful predecessor. However, it looks like the new company hasn't been as great success as Emgoldex was:



According to Alexa Global InterGold attracts traffic mainly from Turkey, Russia, Spain, Poland and Germany.





Global InterGold lost two of its banks accounts


Global InterGold seem to have just recently lost its bank accounts in Bulgarian Texim Bank (ТЕКСИМ БАНК) and Turkish İş Bankası A.Ş. Coincidently the change of banks happened only about week after I contacted the banks to inform them about the actual holder of the bank accounts. The shell companies used to run the bank accounts were Intergold Altin A.S. and MD7 Trade Ltd. Based on my experience with scams I would consider it more than likely that the bank accounts were frozen.

From the company's side I couldn't find information explaining the change of banks. The only thing I managed to find so far was this newsletter:
We are glad to inform you that the Global InterGold has recently upgraded its services in the Philippines!

The local legal entity has launched activity as part of our net of service companies, protecting our interests in the region.

VALUE GOLD & PRECIOUS METAL INC.,

SEC registration number: CS201628240,

TAX ID number: 009-477-506-000,

This company will be in charge of the supervision of Global InterGold’s clients within the territory of the Philippines and provision of services to the Global InterGold Online Gold Shop, as well as carrying out financial transactions in accordance with the local legislation.

Global InterGold monitor developments in the Philippines and continues growth of business, providing unique opportunities to the clients.

Please, follow our media releases which are available from the official website www.globalintergold.com, to find more information and to get latest news from the Company.
_____________________________

Best Regards,
Global InterGold Support Service


The new bank accounts


To replace the lost ones, two new bank accounts are now available for victims to use. The other one located in Philippines and the other in Bulgaria. Let's see how long these bank accounts last.

PBCOM PHP

Bank recipient:
Philippine bank of communications
Bank address:
Unit 101 Victoria Plaza Condominium 41 Annapolis St., Greenhills, San Juan
S.W.I.F.T.:
CPHIPHMM
Beneficiary:
VALUE GOLD and PRECIOUS METAL INC.
Beneficiary’s address:
Unit 3202-B Atlanta Centre Annapolis Greenhills San Juan City, Metro Manila, 1502, Philippines
Beneficiary’s account:
0229-20-102135-6


Raiffeisenbank (Bulgaria) EAD

Bank correspondent:
RAIFFEISEN BANK INTERNATIONAL AG
S.W.I.F.T. of the Bank correspondent:
RZBAATWW
Bank recipient:
Raiffeisenbank (Bulgaria) EAD
Bank address:
32 A Cherni Vrah Blvd., 1421 Sofia, Bulgaria
S.W.I.F.T.:
RZBBBGSF
Beneficiary:
MD7 TRADE LTD
Beneficiary’s address:
Sofia 1407, Lozenets area, No.103 James Bourchier blvd., 1st floor
Beneficiary’s account:
BG39RZBB91551004173731


Update 18th May 2018:

Read more about the current situation about frozen bank accounts here.

3 comments:

  1. Let me guess: the payments to the new accounts must be made without using the words "Emgoldex", "Global intergold", etc.? Or did they go to pro forma already?

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    1. I have not seen such instructions, yet. However they use invoices for bank wires. Other means of payment are Bitcoin, First Swiss Card (Visa), OK Pay, and some coupon system that I'm not familiar with.

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    2. The invoices do include this text though "Payment details have to be written as they are mentioned in the requisites. The payments with incorrect details will be transferred back at the beneficiary’s expense"

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