• Report: #785040

Complaint Review: Wealth Traders

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  • Submitted: Wed, October 05, 2011
  • Updated: Sun, March 03, 2013

  • Reported By: BigCityNews — edmonton Alberta Canada
Wealth Traders
spuistraat 47 B 1012 st. Amsterdam Nationwide United States of America

Wealth Traders sending fake notice of prize winning 15,000,000.00 that looks very real spuistraat, Nationwide

*REBUTTAL Owner of company: I received the regulations

*Consumer Comment: I want to help to bring them up

*Consumer Comment: Now from Vanatu Island

*Consumer Comment: Wealth Traders

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  I have received this on oct. 02 2011 stating I have a cash award of 15,000,000.00 all I have to do is send a 10.00 processing fee, I was able to read between the lines , How did they get my private information that bothers me The name is Wealth Traders. 

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#1 REBUTTAL Owner of company

I received the regulations

AUTHOR: Martin - (Germany)

After paying the 10 Euro in cash, i received the entry confirmation with their rules. It's a participation in a speculative fund of 10.000$ . The manager will make 77 transaktions till August with this amount.

The funds is a promotion for publilations about speculative finance transaktions with a 20$ rebate voucher for shareholders.

The funds itself is not the main interest of the emitting company and no one should hope to get rich with this (statement of the companny). They try to fool you in accepting your money and funds and in the confirmation letter to sell the next one ! So be prepared and only pay once if you like gambling!
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#2 Consumer Comment

I want to help to bring them up

AUTHOR: Martin - (Germany)

O.K.

Getting nerved by this letters every 2 weeks or so from Vanuatu Island (sorry !)
I sent them now the requested 10 EURO in cash without any further personal
requested details. (Credit card, fax , phone) .

So if they want more money (what they won't get) , they have to send more letters and to
reveal a bit how their system works.

(P.O.  Boxes, involved countries and companies)

I hope someone of the criminal police in Germany or USA  is interested in this stuff !

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#3 Consumer Comment

Now from Vanatu Island

AUTHOR: Martin - (Germany)

The last letter from them came last week from Vanatu (pacific islands) with the same offer
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#4 Consumer Comment

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AUTHOR: Martin - (Germany)

I got the same letter in german sent with Samoa Post from "NPS" Apia Samoa return adress is a Mailbox in Australia

It sounds like a Nigerian scam ,cause they ask for a lot of private Informations (Mobile Phone/ Fax / Credit Card with security code)

The 10 EUROs (which also could be paid in cash) wanted seems the smallest problem because participants have to make "commercial transactions in several steps" and "act as a trustee" to be paid out.  

My adress in Germany is written incorrect, so they must have it from a list or internet-sweepstake

From the sender NPS Samoa (National Payment Systems) I also received letters with publicity for "Australian Lottery" and a quiz for 10 EURO stake from "HR Zahlungen" . (HR payments)

The "Australian Lottery" used mailboxes in Mexico, Dubai, Brunei and Nauru Islands this and last year.
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