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  1. IFA
    October 17, 2019 @ 8:45 pm

    I have read a number of your blogs over the past year and it strikes me that the same names keep appearing, often attached to different scams. This one is a case in point. Yet, a search of some of the people on here shows that they are still active. One of the firms mentioned has changed its name a few times.

    You might want to read Bond Review, that site has info about some of the bounders on here.

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    • Angie
      October 17, 2019 @ 9:19 pm

      I am greatly in awe of Brev on Bond Review. There has indeed been an excellent review of the Blackmore Bond and the putting off of audited accounts – similar to Blackmore Global. They simply don’t want anyone to know where the money has gone. But they (Phillip Nunn and Patrick McCreesh) think that being based/registered in the Isle of Scam protects them from prying eyes.

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    • Recruitment Consultant
      October 18, 2019 @ 7:15 am

      Not wrong there mate. You might want to look at this firm https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/10227688 and its association with a firm of the same name over in the Czech Republic https://rejstrik-firem.kurzy.cz/29004021/planet-pensions-limited-sro/ (love Google- you can find anything) . Feedback that I am getting from the financial community is there are links to some of the people involved in this GFS fiasco.

      Question: Is that a coincidence or did the author of this blog already know that?

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      • D Woods
        October 18, 2019 @ 11:44 am

        On the Czech National Bank website, the e-mail address of Planet Pensions Holdings sro is aktiva@squaemilefs.com and the registered address is the same as Square Mile, so I’d guess that Planet Pensions have bought out Square Mile and changed name. There seems to be a strong link to Brite Advisors.
        Mark O’Brien also was a director of Square Mile in Prague.
        Brite Advisors are also conkers deep in the GFS Scheme.

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        • Intrigued
          October 18, 2019 @ 6:43 pm

          The Czech national regulator is in English too. There is a history section that lists the entities. Cannot work out if this is a takeover or a name change each time. There is a common director link between the UK firm and the one in Czech. He worked as a recruitment manager for a firm that refers itself to the largest offshore adviser in the world that is named after a hotel chain. Was a previous comment by “recruitment consultant” a hidden clue?

          Identification number Institution or Individual Person’s name Valid From Until
          03029255 PLANET PENSIONS HOLDING s.r.o. 14.10.2019
          03029255 Michalska Holding s.r.o. 16.11.2017 13.10.2019
          03029255 Square Mile International Financial, s.r.o. 12.06.2015 15.11.2017
          03029255 Aktiva Wealth Management s.r.o. 05.05.2015 11.06.2015

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        • Conkers Deep
          October 19, 2019 @ 8:36 am

          Well spotted my son.

          https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/06093923/officers Same director as the two other firms.

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          • Smoke and Mirrors
            November 2, 2019 @ 1:10 pm

            There is more http://squaremilefs.com/post/change-of-ownership

            The directors are the same, it is the same people involved. How odd is that and what is the point?

  2. QROPS are a pile of......
    October 18, 2019 @ 8:03 am

    Is any of this linked to the notorious Simon Harrall of GFS Hong Kong?

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