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  1. john perry
    March 2, 2018 @ 1:25 pm

    Regarding Leonteq,i couldn’t agree with you more Angie.Leonteq are a disgrace.Its about time they thought about compensating the victims of their highly toxic,destructive investments.People have lost their life savings and pensions,they have ruined their victims lives,who now face a bleak retirement with decimated pensions.Myself being one of them.
    To add salt to the wounds they have paid themselves 87 million !!! HAVE YOU NO SHAME LEONTEQ.
    If those involved have one ounce of humanity,they should perhaps spare a thought for their clients,rather than their own bank balances and huge profits.

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  2. John Rogers
    March 2, 2018 @ 6:17 pm

    Leonteq. A name much used and accused by the scammers ex of CWM. Yet another collection of people with no conscience and no shame. One bad lot using and blaming another bad lot all the way down the chains that link them.
    Scamming, defrauding, forgery and, probably, many other crimes went into making those chains. Leonteq is just the tip of the iceberg and 17 million pounds is a small part of what is owed to the victims of CWM. Pay up Leonteq. Start the ball rolling and then perhaps the financial industry will get the message and clear out all of nests of rats that live and prosper under its roof.

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  3. Sandra willis
    March 4, 2018 @ 11:28 am

    I have read the above comments and absolutely agree with them, not much more I can add. My husband and I lost money with leonteq and their recovery note which also failed. It is a pity there are so many greedy, selfish people who run companies and don’t even check if the firm is licensed, they just want the money.

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  4. Fuente
    March 6, 2018 @ 9:10 am

    While entry/check of a third piece of information might help with cases of mistyped sort code/account numbers I don”t see how its going to help with the main aim here bank transfer scams. The scammer has already managed to persuade me to enter their sort code and account number so they”ll just tell me the account name to use/expect and nothing will have changed apart from more work for me, for every payment I want to make quickly and efficiently. I would suggest a better method would be similar to when credit card companies helpfully or unhelpfully stop transactions awaiting additional verification but on the scammer accounts so that no more money can be transferred in to it until verified. e.g. there are going to be patterns lots of money going in/coming out during the day, small/zero balance at end of day but a high daily/hourly balance or volume of transactions.

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