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Report: #1010811

Complaint Review: Luis Gasparini/Euro Exchange London / Miami - Nationwide

  • Submitted: Fri, February 08, 2013
  • Updated: Fri, June 14, 2013
  • Reported By: Chuck — Hong Kong
  • Luis Gasparini/Euro Exchange London / Miami
    miami london
    United States of America

Luis Gasparini/Euro Exchange London / Miami Luis Gasparini THEIF CROOK b*****d miami, Nationwide

*Consumer Comment: London FX Ethics

*General Comment: Notice of Legal Action

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Luis also robbed me of over 1 million dollars and were going after him in court now!!!!!

I will post the lawsuit soon!

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#1 Consumer Comment

London FX Ethics


I have seen some of this before with the Libor fixing, when a cartel of banks worked together to control the inter-bank lending rate, affecting the interest charged on everything from student loans to credit card debt. What stings the most this time around is that the banks involved have admitted their collusion goes back to at least 2008, the year they blew up the world economy with their self-inflicted sub-prime crisis. With estimates in the tens of trillions of dollars, we may never know just how much money was lost to savers through these manipulations.

Meanwhile, the billions in fines levied by regulators will be paid by bank shareholders, while the institutions themselves escape admitting any responsibility for the actions of their executives and other employees. The banks often even see their stock go up, once the latest “scandal” is behind them. As usual, no civil or criminal charges are filed against those involved – although in the case of the Forex, for the first time there is talk of clawing back some executive bonuses, a PR exercise we should probably still applaud.

Most of the mainstream reporting on the FX story has focused on what appears to be a secretive cabal of traders who feel more affinity for each other than for the institutions where they work, a rarity in the world of finance. What would be funny, if the consequences weren’t so terrible, is the sheer stupidity of these guys when it came to covering their tracks.

In the case of FX rigging, it was Internet chat rooms with names like The Cartel, The Mafia and The Bandit’s Club that provided regulators on at least two continents with all the evidence they needed to see that the fix was in. Users also told sexist jokes and often sounded more like gangsters than bankers as they worked their scams.

And these weren't just junior employees; an invitation to The Cartel was prized by non-members because the participants were major players. Three men have been named as active members, including Richard Usher of RBS and JP Morgan Chase, who is reported to have moderated the chats; Citigroup’s Rohan Ramchandani, and Matt Gardiner of Barclays and later UBS. Transcripts of their conversations prove that these senior traders used the room to reveal confidential client information to each other, which, even if it’s not technically illegal, is clearly not ethical.

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#2 General Comment

Notice of Legal Action

AUTHOR: Ingle Elia PLLC - ()

To: “Chuck”

On or around February 8, 2013, you, an anonymous person, authored and caused to be posted on Report: #1010811 titled “Luis Gasparini/Euro Exchange London / Miami Luis Gasparini THEIF CROOK B*STARD miami, Nationwide.”  Your report is viewable at the url*STARD-miami-Nat-1010811

A lawsuit is pending against you in Maricopa County Superior Court.  The case was assigned Case No. CV2013-006891.  Euro Exchange Corp., a Florida corporation and Luis Gasparini are the plaintiffs.  The defendant is John Doe.  You are John Doe.

Maricopa County Superior Court is located at 201 West Jefferson Street, Phoenix, Arizona 85003-2243.  You may obtain a copy of the complaint from the Maricopa County Superior Court.  You may obtain a copy of the complaint by request, in writing, made to the law firm Ingle Elia, PLLC at 2942 North 24th Street, Phoenix, Arizona 85016-7849.  Your request should be specific and reference the case caption and case number above.    

On June 11, 2013, a subpoena was issued to XCentric Ventures LLC, an Arizona Limited Liability Company.  XCentric Ventures, LLC manages the website located at  The purpose of the subpoena is to discover your true identity.  You may obtain a copy of the subpoena by request, in writing, made to the law firm Ingle Elia, PLLC at 2942 North 24th Street, Suite 114, Phoenix, Arizona 85016-7849.  Your request should be specific and reference the case caption and case number above.     

You have certain legal rights, including a right to timely and anonymously file and serve a response to the subpoena.  Any response to the subpoena should be filed with the Maricopa County Superior Court at the address above and copies should be mailed to (1) Ingle Elia PLLC, 2942 N 24th St, Ste 114, Phoenix, AZ 85016-7849 and (2) XCentric Ventures, LLC C/O Maria Speth, Jaburg & Wilk, P.C., 3200 N Central Ave, Ste 2000, Phoenix, AZ 85012.

This notification is made in accordance with the requirements of Mobilisa, Inc. v. John Doe 1 et al., 217 Ariz. 103, 170 P.3d 712 (App. 2007).

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