Report: #1001116

Complaint Review: Henry Fataiki & SPU Tech & Ronald Bruce Romberg

  • Submitted: Tue, January 22, 2013
  • Updated: Tue, January 22, 2013
  • Reported By: Sim — Minneapolis Minnesota United States of America
  • Henry Fataiki & SPU Tech & Ronald Bruce Romberg
    56 Dundas Street, Unit 2401A
    United States of America

Henry Fataiki & SPU Tech & Ronald Bruce Romberg Henry USA; Henry Fata; lincoln company; First London International; Questus Global Capital Markets; QGCM THE REAL SCAM IS HENRY USA AKA HENRY FATAIKI & RONALD "BRUCE" ROMBERG!!! Internet



*Consumer Comment: Similar Experience with Questus

*REBUTTAL Owner of company: SPU Tech and Henry Fataiki are the Victims here

*General Comment: SPU Tech and Henry Fataiki are real principals and QGCM is a real stock

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Henry Usa aka lincoln company, aka Henry Fata aka Henry Fataiki who claims to have been ripped off by Oasis Funding is merely a REAL SCAMMER that is upset that he was unable to scam the lender we work with. 

Mr. Fataiki tried to scam our lender by claiming that he owned 1 million shares of Questus Global Capital Market stock that had a value of $200 million.  Despite the fact that QGCM is an over the counter stock (which means there is no value to the stock) and there are only a few thousand shares traded, the company is also owned by an even bigger scammer named Ronald Bruce Romberg.  Mr. Romberg and Mr. USA both claimed that the stock was backed by life settlement policies (which they never seemed to be able to produce).  The problem is that Mr. Romberg who represents himself as the owner of (First London International), having committed fraud with securities in many countries has been banned by such authorities as the SEC from ever being involved in securities in multiple countries.  Please see below:
(((link redacted)))

As far as an FBI investigation goes  Why would the US government get involved in a situation that did not involve a single US entity.  Mr. USA claims to be in China his company is a BVI company and no money was sent to the US.

For more information about the scam Mr. USA/Fata/Fataiki is running, or for those of you who are actually looking for financing, please call directly and ask for me, Simeon ****.

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#1 REBUTTAL Owner of company



Solar Power Utiity Holdings and Technology files FBI Report Case No. I1310291614446572 against Richard Storholm of IIMF and Simeon Weichmann of Oasis Funding for wire fraud, money laundering and advanced loan fee scam in the amount of $200,000 USD.  Evidence stated above by the defendants will be used in a court of law and we seek full restitution of funds provided.

Any questions or comments, do contact Henry.




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#2 REBUTTAL Owner of company



Hello VVS,

As the owner of QGCM shares, we were successfully funded by a funder/lender using our QGCM shares.   There is no scam
here...we have been scammed by fake funders and brokers in which we provided fees to pay for their "due diligence" and "legal fees". 

So dont claim something you cannot officially prove.  For you to state that QGCM which is listed on GXG Exchange and is currently valued up to $1 billion USD...and successfully trading...and call it a scam, is like stating that the whole NYSE or GXG is a scam.  Get real.

QGCM is legit and real as it are just heartbroken because it is not a Apple or Microsoft type stock.

The fact stated you worked with a third party...Questus doesnt fund projects.  The Lender or Funder is the primary funder for your project.  The stocks and insurance are used as collateral for the Lender for the project.   The shares are extra collateral in which the Lender can take advantage of if the borrower defaults.  Depending on the loan terms, the Borrower gets the shares and insurance back after the loan has been repaid.

You cannot close a deal with a third party claiming they own the shares and expect to get funded.  QGCM doesnt allow funds to be sent at all to them and there is no such as underwriting fees...i dont know where you got this idea but that is now how it is executed.

The scam is committed when the third party is assigned the shares by the real owner of QGCM, in which the  third party takes the shares and is guaranteeing they can fund the stock and the project, only to be discovered that they are merely shopping it around looking for other funders.  This is what they tried to do to us.

So dont state that you were trying to get funded by QGCM, the fact were trying to get funded by scammer brokers who charged you an upfront fee for their services. 
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#3 Consumer Comment

Similar Experience with Questus

AUTHOR: VVS - (United States of America)

The REAL SCAM is Questus Global Capital Markets and ANYONE trying to solicit your money as a fee to have Questus fund your project or raise capial on your behalf.

Our company was not working with Romberg's group but another group by the name of Euro Direct Holdings/Lighthouse Capital, Walter Parsons and Jack Smith out of Florida.  They too claimed they owned a large share of Questus Global Capital Markets.  We were directed to them through a third party who was trying to raise capital for our start-up.  This third party in turn turned to Lighthouse Capital who said they could fund through Questus.

We have signed contracts, funds distribution dates signed by Lighthouse Capital principal, Walter Parason.  In addition, we have two letters of proof of funds from a law firm, Boddie and Associates P.C. from New York signed by Corrie Boddie. 

We spent money on engineering, EPA, travel etc of our own money just to have them tell us later that we didn't pay their $300,000 "underwriting" fee and that they didn't have enough share of the company so they didn't think they would fund. 

As I understand it, whoever is working with Questus opens a Turks and Caicos company (Euro Direct Holdings, in this case) and all funds are transferred there. 

I found it interesting today that I found that FE Investigates issued the following:

Questus Global Capital Market Ltd reports one billion in policies have been pledged to back their shares (QGCM)

FACE AMOUNT $1,001,400.00


Based on all the projects that are being solicited to be funded by this project, how can it be worth only $1,000,000+.  Our project was over $30,000,000.  Others I spoke with had projects in the hundreds of millions.  The Canadian Securities Administration has Questus on their "Watch List".  I do hope soon, that the US Authorities will be shutting down the solicitation of this fund and those taking in fees from investor needy companies that are just getting ripped off.

Questus Global Markets, LTD.
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#4 REBUTTAL Owner of company

SPU Tech and Henry Fataiki are the Victims here

AUTHOR: SPU TECH - (United States of America)

One thing i dont understand is why we sent money to people to do a service to provide funds for our company, only to be defrauded out of $200,000 USD and the people who the people who took our money that scam us are suddenly victims.  Am i missing something here?

And then you post lies that our credibility is in question, when we paid you?

Yes, Simeon Weichmann of Oasis Funding and Richard Storholm of IIMF was given funds in the amount of $200,000 USD by SPU Tech to fund against our stocks of QGCM which are currently trading and you can all verify:

and we own over 1 million shares...and we can all see the value of the stock.

and they have failed to perform...we got all documents and records and they also have been submitted to the FBI.

We can prove we are real....and as you notice....we are not the only victims of fraud.  Do a google search and you will see who they are.

Either Simeon or Richard are losing business fast, or they just think posting would ruin our credibility...they think wrong. 

The FBI will be coming for you two...and because you think that as a USA citizen you are immune from any US legal two jokers better think again.

All we asked was to refund our money and you took it to the next level of stupidity.

Keep posting more lies about us...we can read to.
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#5 General Comment

SPU Tech and Henry Fataiki are real principals and QGCM is a real stock

AUTHOR: lincoln company - (United States of America)

To all who are interested in knowing the truth...Simeon Weichmann and Richard Storholm are known scammers and have defrauded us of money and failed to perform on a loan we paid for.  they are listed all over the Internet.

now they are trying to pretend we are the same company when we are not.

I looked up QGCM and SPU TEch...they are real registered companies and the stock is trading and worth over $500 Million USD

I am not sure how much money they took from Mr. Fataiki or SPU Tech and Romberg, but they have my full support to go after Simeon and Richard.

a scammer posting that they are victims when they took money from me and others? 

these guys need help...cant wait to see these guys in court.

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