Complaint Review: Diana Mae Fernandez Koporan - New Jersey
Diana Mae Fernandez Koporan Scammy investments schemes, false transfers, bounced Paypal e-checks, unpaid invoices New Jersey
Somewhere between July and August 2019, I invested a total of $7,000 to Diana Mae Fernandez’s fund, and she promised to invest it in exchange for 15% of the growth. It was a good offer and it was a trial run. If I liked the growth, she said, I can pull out after a month and then reinvest in her “main fund” which had a 6-month hold.
I sent it through Paypal (personal payment) to avoid being charged high transfer fees. She sent me a report that it grew to $8,260 and sent me $500 here and $1000 there, but never really returned my money. Then she added a $500 hassle fee because it took so long.
As of April 11. 2020 she still owes me $5760. This is on legal documentation as a promissory note, with her previous lawyer.
In between September 2019 to March 2020, she’s sent dozens of promises to pay including fraudulent wires (sending screenshots for a wire but they never commenced), a bounced Paypal e-check, requests for bitcoin wallet, requests for invoices, but she never paid them. They were just made and sent to me so she can buy herself time.
On top of that, she ghosted me on social media despite being active on the platforms. Her two lawyers are not working with her anymore, and she also never responded to the formal demand letters my lawyer sent. She admitted to mishandling investments but she is still actively pitching and selling her services on social media and on her three websites --which, mind you, doesn’t have any proof of big wins or clients. These three websites are www.ellaexperience.com, www.dianamaek.com, www.catapult-capital.com.
Please see proof of my side of the story below. I have detailed pertinent communication and proof of her fraudulent transfers.
As of this writing (June 19, 2020) she is still soliciting investments from people on her social media accounts while avoiding communications with me and other previous investors who have never been paid back too.
September 3, 2019
She told me to hold tight so my money can grow more. I told her I’m about to celebrate my birthday (my 30th! And I was gonna have a party and buy a new car in cash) so I wanted to use that money.
September 18, 2019
My birthday. She just greeted me HAPPY BIRTHDAY and told me she will return $8,260 from my original $7k investment. She asked for my bank details and I sent it within the next 48 hours.
September 26, 2010
First big delay. One full week after she sent me the “growth”, I received nothing. She apologized and promised a $500 additional come January 2020, for the hassle.
October 17, 2019
She sent an “update” and said her funds were frozen, she had to change last name, and she had to move to another country. I patiently waited and appreciated that I got an update. I also became super busy that time. She provided no proof of her claims.
December 10, 2019
She asked my boyfriend for his cryptocurrency account so she can “instantly” transfer bitcoin. My boyfriend replied within a day, and she never responded or sent the money.
December 13, 2019
She sent me an e-check via Paypal for about $6,000, which bounced. This transfer never resumed, the money never reached my account.
December 17, 2019
She supposedly sent me money through her friend named “Melissa Cruz”. I saw a Wells Fargo screenshot but I told her my name was misspelled. She said it was fine. It didn’t arrive. She never resent it and just send me this message. Again, she didn’t send me any money for this transfer.
December 30, 2019
She claims to have sent me money through her European bank account. This money never arrived in my bank account. Again, a fake transfer.
January 31, 2020
She connected me with a lawyer and did an online equivalent of a promissory note to pay me $5760. She replied to the email and said that she will just reply once it’s “closed out”. That money never arrived.
February 17, 2020
Still no evidence or actual transfer of funds. Despite saying on record that she will pay me, and promised that my transfer will be first. See proof.
Surprisingly, she did have these dubious transaction numbers, but I called my bank (Chase) and they told me she didn’t really send it because she cancelled it. She just sent it to give me a screenshot or a reference number.
March 11, 2020
Last “update” from her via email. Still ghosted me via Instagram, Linkedin, Facebook, and Whatsapp. No replies but kept her social media up “selling stuff”.
March 31, 2020
My lawyer sent her the second demand letter with a warning that we will complain her to the necessary institutions. No reply as of this writing. She also ignored our first demand letter. Two lawyers have expressed that they don’t work with her anymore.
She has started ghosting me on different social media platforms when I try to talk to her despite being active in such platforms.
She has used different emails for transactions. Here are some of the ones she has used: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com.
She is continuously pitching for business and investments on Instagram @dianamaek and www.catapult-capital.com despite severely mishandling other people’s investments. Malice is obvious here.
I am not the only person she has done this to. I am 100% sure of that. People have also shared experiences of working with her but didn’t fulfill or deliver services that were paid for.
As of today, June 19, 2020, she has not paid me back yet and has blocked me in all social media, ignored the demand letters sent by my lawyers.
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