- Report: #949396
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Complaint Review: Global Gold Metals Trading
Global Gold Metals Trading4222 Fortuna Center Plaza #152 Internet, Virginia United States of America
Global Gold Metals Trading GGMT, globalgoldxchange Stole money, never received product or refund, scam. Internet, Virginia
*Consumer Comment: EARL ARRESTED BY USPIS
*Author of original report: ABDULMALIK EARL MOHAMMED PRINCE WILLIAMS COUNTY, VIRGINIA
*General Comment: Why is this Report attached to my account?
*Author of original report: Global Gold Metals Trading LLC SCAMMER FRAUD THEIF
*Author of original report: STILL NO REFUND AND NO PRODUCT
*Consumer Comment: Together we stand divided we fall
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I purchased $13,426.25 worth of silver from this company on 9/11/12. Per company policy I wired the money into their bank account, Bank Of America, in Georgia. This should have been the first red flag that I should not buy from this company. Once the money is wired into their account it is GONE!
On 9/18/12 I received an email from GGMT that the shipment was delayed. Then on 9/20/12 I was told my package was shipped so I asked for the tracking number to locate the shipment. I contacted the Post Office but they had no proof of shipment. In fact USPS said if they got the package it would of been scanned. This means, GGMT lied and the package was never shipped.
I contacted the owner EARL and he claims USPS lost my package which is hard to believe when USPS told me it was never shipped. Then Earl tells me that he has to make a claim with the insurance company which takes 48 hours to try to locate a package (that USPS says was never shipped) and after this time the money would be wired back into my account. Does any insurance company only take 48 hours to track a package, verify it was sent and lost,and issue a refund of $13000?
When I contacted Earl to find out where my $13000 is he told me not to email him, not to do business with him and he would wire the funds into my account Monday morning at 9 am today. Today, as expected, the money was not in my account and I called Earl. Earl claims the insurance company did not refund him the money and I would have to wait until he can give me a check. He would issue me a check instead of a wire transfer because of all the problems that I supposedly caused to his business. It didn't seem to bother him that he has committed wire fraud, larceny and theft.
At this point, I have contacted the Attorney General of Virginia, the Attorney General of Georgia, the Attorney General of California, the United states Postal Inspection Service, the FBI, the wire transfer fraud department of my bank, the Federal Trade Commission, and local authorities. In addition, I have hired an attorney who is filing a law suit in Virginia and Georgia. I would suggest whoever had provided money to this company, get it back ASAP before Earl is arrested, in which case you will have no access to it.
Luckily my time serving in Iraq gave me the opportunity to meet different people in law enforcement and I have contacted them to look into this company and owner and the fraudulent activities he is involved in. I am pursuing both civil and criminal actions against Earl and GGMT
IT IS TIME THAT THIS COMPANY IS SHUT DOWN.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/01/2012 06:31 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Global-Gold-Metals-Trading/Internet-Virginia-22025/Global-Gold-Metals-Trading-GGMT-globalgoldxchange-Stole-money-never-received-product-or-949396. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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