EuroPay Solutions David Solomon Posing as a respectable individual and scamming customers Internet
*UPDATE Employee: Response to Claims against EuroPay
I own an independent sales company that helps merchants accept credit cards. Most of the clients I work with are clients that often have difficulties finding credit card processing companies in the US who are willing to work with them. Last year I was put in touch with David by a colleague who spoke very highly of him. During the next few months of working with David he was never actually able to place any accounts but this is not unusual in the high risk side of the credit card processing industry. During this time he portrayed himself as a Mr David M. Solomon who is currently the co-head of the Investment Banking Division at Goldman-Sachs. I questioned him on this several times and he was somewhat vague on it but never explicitly denied it. I believe the most direct comment from him was "Yes, I am David Solomon". I believe he was using his employees to confirm this lie as well as when I asked his employee Joshua Russel about it directly he stated that yes David Solomon was currently employed by Goldman-Sachs but traveled often to Cyprus for meetomgs with the banks there.
I personally never had financial dealings with the individual representing himself as David Solomon but the high risk industry is a relatively small community and have heard of several individuals including the colleague who referred me to David who lost hundreds of thousands of dollars in dealings with him. I saw that EuroPay Solutions is claiming that they do not handle money and are simply a broker. This is technically true but David told apparent lies about how much an agent would be getting in compensation for their clients doing business through him. So although David may not have been the one holding onto the money it is the lies that both he and Roger Samara (The name I was given for the individual) told the partners they work with were fraudulent and caused both the partners and their clients to lose huge sums of money. His indications to me of his identity were fraudulent and in my belief were explicitly given to use the credibility of the David Solomon he was impersonating to make his partners feel safe in their dealings with him.
I would recommend that anyone who is approached by any of these individuals stay as far away as possible. David is a smooth talker and comes across as a very genuine person but at least in every interaction I had with him he could lie through his teeth without the slightest hesitation. These are my own personal experiences but I do not want to see anyone else be scammed by this individual.
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