Report: #1395413

Complaint Review: Secure Platform Funding (SPF) - Majuro, Marshall Islands, Internet

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  • Reported By: Mavis The Scam Victim — Alexandria Virginia USA
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  • Secure Platform Funding (SPF) Ajeltake Road, Ajeltake Island, Internet Marshall Islands

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I am a victim of Secure Platform Funding (SPF) and I want to expose them so that no other innocent victim will fall prey to their antics.

Here is the top 15 Reasons and Proof that Secure Platform Funding & Bruce Green are  SCAMMERS...

1. Fraud: Beware of Bruce Green, CEO of the SecurePlatformFunding.com Bank Guarantee Scam Company!:  ripoffreport.com/reports/spf-international-corporation/nationwide/spf-international-corporation-secure-platform-funding-ceo-bruce-green-of-secureplatform-1393344

2. advanced fees scam - – do not trust secure platform funding: complaints/secure-platform-funding-advanced-fees-scam-do-not-trust-secure-platform-funding-c906701.html

3. On August 16, 2017 The Popular Boston Newspaper carried BREAKING NEWS against  Secure Platform Funding with this caption: Secure Platform Funding or Scam Loan Funding on the Rise?   bostonnewsglobe.com/2017/08/16/secure-platform-funding-scam-loan-funding-rise/?utm_campaign=shareaholic&utm_medium=twitter&utm_source=socialnetwork

4. Should Financial Authorities in The UK Act as Well Against SecurePlatformFunding.com as They Slander Their Competition Openly and Maliciously?  dailynewslondon.com/2017/08/16/should-financial-authorities-in-the-uk-act-as-well-against-secureplatformfunding-com-as-they-slander-their-competition-openly-and-maliciously/

5. Bruce Green CEO Bullshit Banker from Secure Platform Funding -  showthread.php?714528-Bruce-Green-CEO-Bullshit-Banker-from-Secure-Platform-Funding-secureplatformfunding-com

6. Scam Phone Number 442038089841, Secure Platform Funding (SPF), Bruce Green:  scamcallfighters.com/scam-call-442038089841-Secure-Platform-Funding--SPF---Bruce-Green--Advance-Fee-Scam-59352.html

7. They Charge Huge Money for Broker license, some people paid 35,000 euros just to get broker license? Other legitimate companies give broker license 100% FREE.

8. They claim after I pay the upfront fee for broker license that they will pay me 1.5% commission for every transaction they get from my country Belgium even though I dont know anything about the transactions. But normally a broker is supposed to get commission based on referrals.  This is 100% scam because Secure Flatform Funding (SPF) never paid any broker any such fee and they never even successfully closed any deals. They just steal your money using bogus so called attorney trust accounts as escrow but in reality they own the escrow accounts and once you deposit money into these escrow accounts they would start telling you stories till you get tired. I am a broker from Belgium, my client is waiting to receive his promised SBLC since 7 months now without success and the 250,000 EUR my client paid cannot be refunded. 100% SCAMMERS.

9. Secure Flatform Funding (SPF) have published list of competitor Banks calling them Banned without any proof or any others by any regulatory authority. Most of the banks are legit on the banned list and working according to Banking rules and in business. Guys don't waste time paying attention to Secure Flatform Funding (SPF), their website is full of self composed fake stories and their aim is to deceive gullible and ignorant people.

10. Secure Platform Funding is 100% fake, tell them to show you proof of any deals they closed successfully and they will start telling bs stories. According to Interpol, Secure Flatform Funding (SPF) has over 14 fraud cases against them and many victims are shy to come out.

11. Secure Flatform Funding (SPF) claims to be a NEVIS registered company but they are using a London phone number, that is clear evidence of fraud. If you are based in Nevis why not use a NEVIS phone number? Why use London landline to deceive people? They are frauds, they are using a fake London phone number that is hosted on SKYPE. We got to know because our lawyers found out through the help of the police. Otherwise since they are using a London landline why cant they give you their address in London if they are not FRAUDSTERS? This is their London phone number: +44 20 3808 9841? Red Flag number 1.

12. The government of NEVIS has made a press statement saying that Secure Plaform Funding is not registered and is 100% Scam. Please check this warning statement direct from the government of Nevis website: nevisfsrc.com/advisories-2/warnings/371-secure-platform-funding

13. A sign of desperation: SECURE PLATFORM FUNDING: sapphirecapital.proboards.com/thread/7505/sign-desperation-secure-platform-funding

14. SECURE PLATFORM FUNDING.COM IS BANK INSTRUMENTS SCAMMER - :  scamwarners/forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&p=294155

15. Beware of Secure Platform Funding Scam: scamguard.com/secure-platform-funding/


The internet is littered with sad stories and warning reports against Secure Flatform Funding (SPF), so please run away from them if you haven't sent them any money yet.



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#3 General Comment

This website has publish illegally image of handwritten signatures and company seals from many individual, corporations, banks institutions, bank officers, government notary public and notary seals.

AUTHOR: Mario - (United States)

POSTED: Monday, March 26, 2018

This website has publish illegally image of handwritten signatures and company seals from many individual, corporations, banks institutions, bank officers, government notary public and notary seals, individuals passport number, etc.

You can open a formal case (complaint) on all search engines such as google.comyahoo.combing.com, etc. since they are posting government ID’s and original signatures on their website publicly. This is ilegal and goes against google and all search engine policy, the website will be blocked and de-index and will stop ranking on search engines. You can see a google example here:

I recommend everyone to start opening the report so this guys go out of business before they ripoff anyone else.


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#2 Consumer Comment

Secure Platform Funding Is Scamming Earnest Investors

AUTHOR: LuciusLime - (Singapore)

POSTED: Friday, October 06, 2017

Secure Platform Funding (secureplatformfunding.com) have been trying to cover their tracks as worldwide scammers by throwing the “scent” off with their own slew of press releases and media, trying to refute claims of ill practice and scam by throwing around insults and accusing their victims of being shills for the competition, and a bunch of other unsavory activity.


Look up anything about them online and you’ll see the horror stories – investors losing thousands of dollars to what should be a simple bank instrument purchase, amicable communications turning very sour very quickly, and the fact that the company changed location and contact information three times because they were caught twice of using fake addresses and non-matching telephone numbers. Today, their number is Swiss but they claim to be based in the Marshall Islands.


I am writing this because I have personally known an investor who spent $350,000 for a bank guarantee program, and saw absolutely nothing come from his investment. These people have probably amassed millions without a single act of reparation.


If you ever receive a call or a message from these numbers/email addresses, then stay away from whatever SPF is trying to sell you.

+44 20 3808 9841



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AUTHOR: VictimsUK - (United Kingdom)

POSTED: Thursday, August 31, 2017

Any UK investors contacted by a Bruce Green ought to watch themselves and be careful – the man and his company are a fraud, and to be frank it is doubtful they even exist. I received a piece of mail from Secure Platform Funding by Mr. Green, who introduced himself as CEO. He told me that they were one of the top bank instrument providers globally – I was immediately intrigued, but not in a way Mr. Green would have liked. I asked for some actual proof of such a claim, I asked for statements from real representatives in the banks he said he was affiliated with (among others, the Bank of Bahrain, HSBC, SBC, Barclays, Lloyds), and I asked for some real documentation. All he could muster were some SWIFT MT760 messages, and further assured claims that his company was “the world’s premiere financial instruments expert”, and that I ought not to listen to “jealous competitors.”

I did some digging and found out that Mr. Green and SPF had a particular penchant for stealing from UK investors, promising broker licenses for commercial loans and expensive, several million-pound certificates and bank guarantees for the mere advance deposit of a few thousand quid, between £10,000-£50,000. Even a friend of mine told me he was contacted by SPF, and propositioned for a “great deal”. These people are shady at best, but I suspect that they are entirely phoney – their address has changed countries thrice in the past few months, and they only recently declared themselves on the Marshall Islands as the SPF International Corporation, with no further documentation providing any truth to their supposed founding in 2008, or any proper explanation for their false addresses in both Nevis and the UK. At best, these are upstarts not to be trusted with any significant sums, and in reality, they are most likely scam artists trying to discredit real victims as “jealous competitors”.

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