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  1. GM
    December 2, 2017 @ 8:06 pm

    It’s unfortunate people like this still attract even one dollar of investment money. I casually came across this group via LinkedIn and just smelled the scam… Spotty work history, flamboyancy, poorly written marketing copy, grand claims with little substance and virtually no discussion of any true investment thesis. Pension funds actually turn over money to people like this???

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    • Angie
      December 3, 2017 @ 10:07 am

      £21 million apparently. A load of UK residents had their pensions – many DB schemes – sent to a Honk Kong QROPS by a couple of scammers in the Czech Republic and invested 100% in Blackmore Global. And now the same sort of scammers are hovering at Port Talbot trying to scam the steel workers and into the sort of funds – with “guaranteed” 8% returns.

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  2. Neil Hampson
    February 8, 2018 @ 12:40 pm

    I also was called by Aspinal Chase and transfered my pension, under their advise, to Blackmore Global in 2016 and have been trying to get my money back from them ever since.
    Any suggestions how i can get my money back????

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  3. Grace Wallbank
    June 20, 2018 @ 11:29 am

    I was contacted by Aspinal chase about tracing my pension they found my BAE pension pot and advised me through a firm called Harbour pensions to invest with Blackmore global I have been trying to get out of this scheme for 2 years without success can anyone help.I have contacted action fraud an await the outcome of they’re investigation

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