Report: #764113

Complaint Review: Fractal Dimesion Finance Philippe Gubbay

  • Submitted: Fri, August 12, 2011
  • Updated: Fri, August 12, 2011
  • Reported By: Mark — Dubai Other United States of America
  • Fractal Dimesion Finance Philippe Gubbay
    Suite 402, Bank St. Building, Khalid Bin Waleed St
    United States of America

Fractal Dimesion Finance Philippe Gubbay James Edwards, Philip Merer Advance Fee Fraud Dubai, Internet

*General Comment: Gubbay fraud

*Author of original report: Photo of Philippe Gubbay

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This company is operating an advance fee fraud out of Dubai, offering leased bank guarantees and lines of credit, project loans are also offered using fake bank documents. A lease fee for the bank instrument or facilitation fee for a loan is requested usually for several hundred thousand dollars, the money is kept no loan or bank instrument is ever produced and you will be strung along for several months with excuses as to what's happened to your money.
The schemes are operated by convicted fraudster Philippe Gubbay who is wanted by the authorities in France, New Caledonia and the USA, Gubbay's previous schemes have been fake investment funds and Ponzi schemes, there is a warrant currently issued for his arrest in France and where he absonded to Dubai after being sentenced to a 37 month prison sentence.
He fled to Marbella Spain in 2001 after an investment fraud in Utah using one of his previous companies Capital Suisse and he has changed his company name in Dubai once again from Tecnopanel Dubai to Fractal Dimension Finance, he also uses fake names including James Edwards or Philip Merer to avoid detection from the authorities he resides and operates out of Dubai due to the lack of extradition treaties with the countries where he is sought.
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#1 General Comment

Gubbay fraud

AUTHOR: Victim - ()

Philippe Gubbay has defrauded my family in Marbella around 2001, where he was operating under the company names of ' Capital Suisse ' and '. Technopanel '. He held us believing it would all work out and kept up the lies for years, we were foolish enoug to believe him. He and his big mormon family had a very luxurious lifestyle here in Marbella, expensive private schools, flashy cars, big villa father, who invested all of his savings with this guy, has lost everything, suffered a heartattack due to all the stress and that still did not persuade Mr Gubbay to do the right thing and refund us for our stolen money. They are supposed to be ' Christian ' people, yeah right ! I am hoping to hear from other victims, maybe justice will happen and punishment will come for this horrible fraudulent family who have been scamming people all oer the world.

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#2 Author of original report

Photo of Philippe Gubbay

AUTHOR: mrmon - (USA)

Photo at 123 people Philippe Gubbay aka Philip Merer aka James Edwards

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