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Investment Scammer: Jörg M. Pohlig - WWFN - World Wide Funding
by Rudolf Faix Wednesday, September 14, 2016 11:23 AM

Scammer Jörg M. PohligSomeone who is offering investment opportunities needs to show that he is running a serious company and he is a trusted person otherwise he would not be able to find anyone who will invest into his ideas. A general rule by doing investments is as higher the promoted earnings are as higher is the risk to lose all of the invested money. Only stupid ones believe that there is any investment possible where is no risk. Making investments is sharing the risk with the investors. If someone finds a business where is no risk for the capital then he will go to the next bank and take a credit for running the business. The interest rates for taking credits are already a long time very low. Think about it why someone offers you a higher returns than the official bank rates? The answer is very simple. His business idea has such a high risk that not one bank will give him money or he is simple a scammer.

Such a scammer is Jörg M. Pohlig (other writings of his name are Joerg M. Pohlig and Jorg M. Pohlig). He is already contradicting himself in his sham offers, where is offering for investments bank guarantees. As soon as a bank is issuing an irrevocable bank guarantee the amount of this bank guarantee is not accessible for anyone except the recipient of the bank guarantee. The money remains at the bank account until it gets withdrawn by the recipient. Only the interest rate gets calculated until the money will get withdrawn. The interest remains on the bank account of the owner. Don't forget that not one bank will take any risks in such a case and don't forget that a bank guarantee need to get accepted from your bank too otherwise the guarantee has even not the value of the paper where it is written on it. So which kind of bank guarantee can be used in the investment business? The amount covered by an irrevocable bank guarantee cannot get used for any other purpose.

The scammer Jörg M. Pohlig is offering at LinkedIn:

BG LEASE AND ENTERING INTO TRADE IN ONE MOVE WITH TOTAL CASH REQUIREMENT OF ONLY USD500K!

500K will get you a min. of a 50M (FV) BG, max. is 1B. 1% of FV is necessary, 1% for SWIFT costs after contract is executed; which will decline as percentage as FV increases. All done and monetized within 12 business days.      Only Top Bank BG’s will be issued>>.....HSBC, Barclays or DB.........Infrastructure is set up to take Instrument directly into Trade.

Client receives approx. 34% of FV as NRL.

No limit to how many times Client can participate. NO project required. Client may use funds as they wish. Monetizer may help with investing in additional Buy/Sell if Client chooses. We have high Profit Trade Programs available.

Guaranteed success or full funds returned (Performance Bond will be in Place)!

To start we need Complete KYC/CIS with PoF of USD500K.

No Broker chains accepted for this offer.

IN ADDITION ARE WE SEEKING:

CASH OR INSTRUMENTS OF ALL KINDS!

Min. FV of USD5M.

Contract within 48 hrs. Closing within 8 days, depending on speed of verification.

LTV’s and Profits depend on a case by case basis.

Please feel free to send your Complete File at any time for immediate review.

*All monetization and trading done In House by our groups own Monetizers and Traders.

Please do not email us and send a text message stating you emailed us. Every action has a reaction and takes time away from moving us forward.

We do not accept: HARD ASSETS (unless precious stones), CMO’s and IBOE’s.

Always need to send KYC with Passport and all pertinent documentation.

WWFN

Asset Placement Coordinator/ PPP Facilitator

SKYPE ID: JOERG.POHLIG

Preferred way of communication is Email: wwfn@financier.com

The sentence above "Guaranteed success or full funds returned" is confirming the scam. If any investment would be so secure why he is not taking credit from a bank? There he would get the money cheaper than with the offer here if the investment is very secure. In this case he would only need to pay the interest rate to the bank and need not share any high returns with you. Don't forget investors are very greedy by nature - they are fighting even for fractions from cents.

Antonella MendelsonA partner in crime from the scammer Jörg M. Pohlig is Antonella Mendelson. She likes to be since 2005 at LinkedIn a self employed "Attorney at law" and at Xing she likes to be actually a "managing director" located in Budapest, Hungary. Additional she provides at Xing the information that she is speaking the languages English, German, Romanian and Hungarian. At both profiles, LinkedIn and Xing, she likes to make us to believe that she has attended the Universita Cattolica Del Sacro Cuore. Her problem is that this University is located in Milano, Italy. If she really would have studied there than she needs to speak Italian language too. Even her profile picture makes for me more the impression that she is nothing else than one of the girls, who have offered their services at the street to the tourists after the borders between Hungary and Austria got removed. Under these circumstances is her recommendation for Jörg M. Pohlig, given at the his LinkedIn profile, only a confirmation for his scam:

Jörg is a very capable, hard working individual and is very happy when his projects end successfully.

The scammer Jörg M. Pohlig has published actually 129 articles at LinkedIn, but his website shows the impressing content:

Screenshot from the website financier.com

The highlighted Durch sentence "Vraag naar dit domein" on the lower right part of the screenshot above means translated "Demand for this domain". With other words the domain is available for sale. But who will buy a domain together with a negative reputation?

Does anyone believe that one offer can get trusted coming from a broker who is using a free email address from a domain where you can get during a Google search 278,000 results if you are combining the domain name with the word scam? Does anyone think such a broker can make any real business? You can get email addresses with the ending @financier.com for free and without any verification from mail.com. Under these conditions take a view at the posting from the scammer Jörg M. Pohlig on July 21, 2016 at LinkedIn Pulse:

wwfn@financier.com
Dear Colleagues,

We had issues with our email account and called tech-support who unfortunately cancelled our long standing account all together. Afterwards they asked for several hundreds of Dollars to reinstate the accounts. Rather than struggling for much longer we created a brandnew email. One has to be careful which number to dial for support, I googled this one and thought I was in good hands. Please use this account from now on only.>>wwfn@financier.com
Thank you very much for your cooperation.

WWFN
Asset Placement Coordinator/ PPP Facilitator
TEL: 1 829 526 9732
SKYPE ID: JOERG.POHLIG

It looks for others that his email account got deleted for the reason of his behavior and not for any other reason. Such a reason is normally sending out a lot of spam messages. Especially free services are not allowing you sending spams.

Another World Wide Funding Network (WWFN, LLC) scammer is calling himself Alfred Schubert. Like each scammer is he not able to show his own picture at his LinkedIn profile - he simple does not like to provide a manhunt picture by himself and for this reason he shows the picture from Thomas Müller, Chief Executive at Sparkasse Goch-Kevalaer-Weeze (Germany):

LinkedIn profile from the Scammer Alfred Schubert showing the picture from Thomas Müller, Chief Executive at Sparkasse Goch-Kevalaer-Weeze (Germany)

The website wwfn.org has the same impressing content like financier.com:

Screenshot wwfn.org World Wide Funding Network

If someone is investing into WWFN then his greed is greater than his intelligence. That fact makes him to be the perfect victim of a scammer like Jörg. M. Pohlig and his cronies. Not one fairly intelligent person invests in such dubious offers where the broker likes to hide himself in anonymity. The looser Jörg M. Pohlig is even too lazy and too stupid for playing the role of a serious investment broker.

 

Scammer from U.S. - Mel Puleo - cmpuleoconsulting.com
by Rudolf Faix Saturday, March 12, 2016 5:16 AM

C.M. PuleoAs more a scammer is in need of earning some money as more unbelievable are coming their offers. One of this scammers is Mel Puleo from cmpuleoconsulting.com. Everybody should know that the margin in the electronics industry are very tight. As more vendors are coming up on the market as lower coming the average prices and margins. That happens in each industry and not only in the electronics and solar industry.

Some background information about prices and margins are getting found by a Google search. For example is written at CleanTechnica from February 2014:

However, prices vary tremendously by region. “Common residential system prices ranged from less than $3.00/W to just above $7.00/W,” the Solar Energy Industries Association wrote in 2014 regarding 2013 figures. The story hasn’t changed much since then, even though prices on both ends have come down.

Woodlawn Associates shows the possible margins a little bit better in their article The Economics of Residential Solar Installation:

The average dealer in our most recent project had revenue of $4.60 per Watt DC ($5.54 per Watt AC) over the past 12 months. The typical dealer had a cost to install of $3.71 per Watt — 80% of revenue. Earlier this year, we found dealers spend an average of 17% of revenue to acquire customers. This leaves only 3% for general and administrative expenses and profit, suggesting typical installer profits are slim. Consider that over the past year Real Goods Solar, the only publically traded firm in the residential installation industry, had G&A expenses alone that averaged 6% of revenue. (Real Goods also lost money during this period.)

The above example shows that not more than 15% - 17% from the complete costs of a solar system can get used for acquiring customers. Don't forget that the costs from Mel Puleo and her C.M. Puleo Consulting company are already included in these costs as he is nothing else running than a consulting company and the trading company makes already no earnings by paying these commission rates. Who will work for free?

By observing the facts from above you need to take a look at the spam offer from Mel Puleo - C.M. Puleo Consulting:

From: Mel Puleo, Solar [mailto:mel@cmpuleoconsulting.com]
Sent: Friday, March 11, 2016 7:33 PM
Subject: Re: Highest Payout for Solar campaign up to 7K/sale

To whom it may concern:

Our company is seeking experienced Telemarketing center in sales. The solar energy industry is growing rapidly in CA and we are building our sales team to meet the demand.

Compensation for each sale can range from $4K to $10K and beyond.

This is the most competitive Compensation in the industry bar none.

$500.00 commission is paid upfront the following week on every sale, the rest gets paid out on install [30/35 days out from the date of sale]

Our Floor commissions include “NO Adders”, this means you keep 100% of your earned compensation, no other Company offers this, and can typically eat away at your overall commission by 30 to 60%.

We will only entertain nothing less than 10 agents to start.

If you're 100% confident, you have killer closers & you feel that your center has what it takes to close over the phone, we have the best trainer in the industry “BAR NONE” that will walk you by the hand until you can fly on your own.

We are also looking for Appointment Setters, call for comp plan.

Feel free to contact us via skype or thru the phone listed below.

I hope to hear from you soon.

Thank you.
--

Best Regards,

Mel Puleo

President

C.M. Puleo Consulting

Contact #: (305)-527-8085

mel@cmpuleoconsulting.com

skype: carmine-puleo

The scam gets already shown in the above sentence "Compensation for each sale can range from $4K to $10K and beyond", because a typical solar energy installation for house has less than 5kW and has a usually price range of less than US$ 20,000. If we calculate from this price the maximum from 17% total paid commission than we get including the earnings from C.M. Puleo Consulting only US$ 3,400 and not US$ 4,000 like written in the email offer for the center.

If we take a look at the site Recruiter about the average income from a solar sales representative, than we'll find there the following statement:

A Solar Sales Representative or Assessor gets a compensation ranging between 64000 and 96000 depending on experience and domain knowledge. Solar Sales Representatives and Assessors earn a compensation of Eighty Four Thousand Four Hundred dollars each year.

An average income from US$ 84,400 per year equals to US$ 7,033 per month. Such a sales person needs only to sell two solar systems per month to be a profit for his company if the commission for each sale is US$ 4,000.

As the salary from the sales representative cannot get replaced with telemarketing agents how many sales such a sales representative needs to make per day that the telemarketer and the sales representative are able to earn their income?

Don't forget that from the before calculated total possible commission of US$ 3,400 per sale has to get paid the telemarketer, the sales representative and C. M.Puleo Consulting Company. I hope everybody sees now the scam in the offer above.

Real companies are going offshore for increasing their earnings by lowering their cost per sale and not to spend more. Especially in the technical industry are the margins very tight and each company tries to reduce their own costs. For this reason is already the offer from C.M. Puleo nothing else than a big lie. Under these circumstances are coming the complaints about C.M. Puleo Consulting believable which get found at:

A few from the complains listed above got written by the same person, but that does not make them unbelievable. Combined with the other complaints they are making sense. Especially the Ripoff Report from August 2, 2012 where Mel Puleo complains David Hjorth shows the fails and/or scam history from Mel Puleo:

All the above facts are showing what C. M. Puleo is understanding under business: Having an idea and the earnings, others should risk their hard earned money, doing the work and cry for their earnings because they will not get paid and the investment will never returned. I call such a behavior scam.

The domain registration data of cmpuleoconsulting.com:

Domain Name: cmpuleoconsulting.com
Registry Domain ID: 1777649011_DOMAIN_COM-VRSN
Registrar WHOIS Server: whois.networksolutions.com
Registrar URL: http://www.networksolutions.com/en_US/
Updated Date: 2016-01-29T00:48:49Z
Creation Date: 2013-02-01T04:45:09Z
Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2017-02-01T04:45:09Z
Registrar: NETWORK SOLUTIONS, LLC.
Registrar IANA ID: 2
Registrar Abuse Contact Email: abuse@web.com
Registrar Abuse Contact Phone: +1.8003337680
Reseller: 
Domain Status: clientTransferProhibited http://icann.org/epp#clientTransferProhibited
Registry Registrant ID:
Registrant Name: Carmelo Puleo
Registrant Organization: C.M. Puleo Consulting LLC
Registrant Street: 3551 NE 169 St Condo 402A 
Registrant City: North Miami Beach
Registrant State/Province: FL
Registrant Postal Code: 33160
Registrant Country: US
Registrant Phone: +1.3055278085
Registrant Phone Ext.:
Registrant Fax: 
Registrant Fax Ext.:
Registrant Email: melpoint83@gmail.com
Registry Admin ID:
Admin Name: Carmelo Puleo
Admin Organization: C.M. Puleo Consulting LLC
Admin Street: 3551 NE 169 St Condo 402A 
Admin City: North Miami Beach
Admin State/Province: FL
Admin Postal Code: 33160
Admin Country: US
Admin Phone: +1.3055278085
Admin Phone Ext.:
Admin Fax: 
Admin Fax Ext.:
Admin Email: melpoint83@gmail.com
Registry Tech ID:
Tech Name: Carmelo Puleo
Tech Organization: C.M. Puleo Consulting LLC
Tech Street: 3551 NE 169 St Condo 402A 
Tech City: North Miami Beach
Tech State/Province: FL
Tech Postal Code: 33160
Tech Country: US
Tech Phone: +1.3055278085
Tech Phone Ext.:
Tech Fax: 
Tech Fax Ext.:
Tech Email: melpoint83@gmail.com
Name Server: ns14.wixdns.net
Name Server: ns15.wixdns.net
DNSSEC: Unsigned
URL of the ICANN WHOIS Data Problem Reporting System: http://wdprs.internic.net/ 
>>> Last update of WHOIS database: 2016-01-29T00:48:49Z <<<

Update March 12, 2016: A Mel from using the IP address from Costa Rica 190.108.73.13 sent the following message using the contact function of my blog:

Remove this immediately!! or my lawyer will be contacting you on monday morning!!! This is ridicules!!!! My wife and I work ungodly hrs, and for someone who clearly has just way to-much time on their hands to sit behind a PC and make up all this bullshit is beyond what words can describe! I need to know who was the person who placed this as we will spare no expense to go after them legally!!


http://blog.wwpa.com/post/2016/03/12/scammer-from-u-s-mel-puleo-cmpuleoconsulting-com.aspx

 

Author information

Name: Mel
E-mail: melp82@gmail.com
IP address: 190.108.73.13
User-agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_9_5) AppleWebKit/601.4.4 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/9.0.3 Safari/537.86.4

Already the content of the message shows the character from the person. Instead of explaining where I'm wrong with my opinion, he is threatens only with legal action. The only problem is that he needs to show some evidence in front of the law court. He should also read the full legal disclaimer from this site for knowing my address too. He will need it for selecting the court and in front of the court.

 

Scammer: ACE Infosys - aceinfosysos.com - Viral Pithadiya - aceinfosys.co.uk - Niraj Shah
by Rudolf Faix Friday, February 12, 2016 8:33 AM

A company where the staff members are all hiding themselves behind symbols instead of real portrait pictures is every time very suspect. Such people don't like to provide manhunt pictures for the authorities by themselves. This may have other reasons in the case of Ace Infosys, because these people made in their drug intoxication of an online shoe and apparel retailer an airline. Normally you can recognize idiots already by looking at their profile picture and for this reason they are not providing pictures of themselves at their LinkedIn profiles.

Already the LinkedIn Company page from Ace Infosys shows discrepancies and makes the company not really trustfully:

LinkedIn company page from Ace Infosys

Discrepancies at the above information are getting found at:

  1. There are nowhere any information about outsourcing any call center processes getting found. All information provided are showing a normal hard and software support.

  2. Ace Infosys tells about themselves that they have between 1 and 10 employees, but you'll find 38 from their employees at LinkedIn. Not one of them is able to show their face.

  3. The provided website aceinfosys.co.uk does not exits. The domain is registered but the provider one.com deleted already the DNS entry from their servers. Hosting providers are doing this at the time the monthly fees are not getting paid. The domain registration data from aceinfosys.co.uk are:
    Domain name: aceinfosys.co.uk
    Registrant: Niraj Shah
    Registrant type: Unknown
    Registrant's address: 13, Madingley
    St. Peters Road, Kingston upon Thames Surrey
    KT1 3JG United Kingdom

    Data validation: Nominet was able to match the registrant's name and address against a 3rd party data source on 10-Dec-2012

    Registrar: One.com A/S [Tag = TJNF-DK]
    URL: http://www.one.com

    Relevant dates:
    Registered on: 26-Jun-2008
    Expiry date: 26-Jun-2016
    Last updated: 18-Jun-2015
    Registration status: Registered until expiry date.

    Name servers: ns01.one.com ns02.one.com

What can you expect from someone, which is even not able to pay his Internet provider? Does someone think that he will get something for the asked up-front fees? You only can be sure that you'll get scammed if you buy something from such a creature.

You can also be sure that not one outsourcing company will search for a broker or consultant abroad and not one outsourcing company will make with such untrustworthy people any business. As soon as a businessman has any doubt about a service provider this service provider will not be able to make any business. It seems that only call center start-ups are the stupid ones, which trust to the promises of such scammers.

One from the scammer staff of Ace Infosys is someone with the LinkedIn profile Chhaya Sharma:

 

New LinkedIn Profile Picture from Chhaya SharmaOld LinkedIn Profile Picture from Chhaya Sharmachhaya sharma
Business Development Executive at ACE Infosys
Ahmedabad Area, India | Outsourcing/Offshoring
Current: Business Development Executive at ACE Infosys

Phone: +91-7043338817
Skype: chhaya.sharma68
Email: schhaya866@gmail.com

His posts at LinkedIn are full of scam (.pdf-file). The same scam can get found at his recent activities (.pdf-file). Here are a few examples listed from the scam offers:

Zappos Airlines Inbound Voice Process

Travel data are protected by the data protection law. For the case that one airline violates the law the landing rights for this airline will get revoked. Does anyone think that any airlines will take such a risk?

Take a look at the picture. The scammer did even not search for a real picture from an not existing Zappos airplane for his promotion. Does someone believe that the marketing department from any airline will hire such an amateur, where even the windows in front of the airplane will get covered from the logo?

If someone is interested about Zappos than he can find at http://www.zappos.com/d/about-zappos and http://www.zapposinsights.com/ the information: "Zappos.com was established in 1999 to offer the best possible online shopping experience for footwear". Only a scammer under drugs can make from a joint promotion of jetBlue and Zappos, an online retailer, an airline (Article from Market Wired - JetBlue and Zappos.com Deliver Happiest Travel Day to Customers at JFK International Airport).

Barcode shipping process

The scammer Ace Infosys - Chhaya Sharma confirms with this offer that he even does not understand how transport companies are working and how the documents are getting created. I think he has never visited a cargo port. There is no time to scan some documents, send them somewhere and wait for any returns. Documents are getting created at the source station where the goods are loaded into the shipping container. Barcodes are getting printed and fixed on the goods and on the container immediately for avoiding mistakes in routing of the container.

Form Filling Process with NO TARGET

The scam gets found in the offer above in the words "no target". If there is no target than there is no work available. Nobody pays you for doing nothing.

Axis Bank - Non Voice Process

I think that even banks in India need to be in competition with others for not losing any customers. For this they will not give any information out of their office about their customers. Such customer lists can get sold for a high price to their competitors. Why any bank on the world shall give you access to their customer database? Everbody, included the people from India, knows about the fraud coming from India. Why one bank should take such a risk?

topbuy.com.au - advance billing

The average income of an Australian agent has been 2015 AU$21.05. Why shall take one company the risk by going offshore for saving only AU$3 (US$2.13) per hour and per agent? Does really someone think that an advance billing results into an advance payment? Some big companies need the advance billing time for getting the approval of the contract from their management. The payment will get done as soon as the work is done and confirmed from the for the project responsible company staff. Using such a phrase in a campaign offer is a negative promotion because it means that the client has very strong approval rules and you'll get paid very late. This offer confirms that the scammer Chhaya Sharma and his company Ace Infosys has never been working in international business and he does even not understand the business terms.

An article from December 19, 2015 about the scam from ACE Infosys can get found at Scammer: Sandeep Yadav - Viral Pithadiya - aceinfosysos.com - does even not know what legal services are. Other scam complaints about Ace Infosys are getting found at:

Facebook page ACE Infosys from September 30, 2015 has Solvier Research written:

Hello people, Do not trust this company for any kind of business, they take money in advance from people and by promising many things and do all the required formalities just to make you believe that they are genuine company, even give a fake reference too and till the time you do not pay any advance to them which they demands for the business they calls it a consulting charges and for 24/7 support services they being very nice to you chase you all the time but once they receive the money from you their real face comes up. They are sitting just to make a fool out of people. We as a company believed them and picked up a project from them (AD posting), we paid a good amount of money in advance, initially they were like it is an very easy process just copy paste of details which we will be providing on the websites which we will be giving apart from that they don't tell you anything when you try to ask they just say nothing else is there and their payment mode would be daily basis and promises the moment we receive the advance this project will be live straight away with in half an hour. So we paid them a good amount of advance and then after we had to chase them for more then a week (at least 10 calls a day), then after they sent the details saying websites you need to find out by yourself which they never told us before, Secondly after chasing them for almost 2 weeks our project went live and when we sent them a billing of everyday's work consistently for 3 days, they just disappeared stopped answering calls, no email reply . We had mode of conversation with DEV their so called project taker, DEEPAK RAJPUT their so called sales manager and eventually AJAY RAJPUT the Owner of the company. Beaware of this Company, dont get fooled by them .Just stay away from them.

Consumer Complaints Forum India from October 14, 2015:

Ace Infosys — Freelance job
This company has cheated me of 1, 50, 000 for three seats in freelance adposting job saying daily payments. its been over months n i have recieved just bits and pieces of payment, there is a problem while posting, no body is there to provide a solution.

Consumer Complaints Forum India from January 11, 2016:

Ace Infosys — Ace infosys from ahmedabad are fraud people
Hi Friends, Please be carefull with these SCAMMERS “ ACE INFOSYS” from AHEMEDABAD and their website is aceinfosysos.com and what ever the projects they outsource it’s all fake projects, they just charge money too much and they will rotate that money for payments by 10% in the amount what we paid and they won’t respond at all.
People called Sandeep yadav his number 07043338821 And deepak his number 07043338822
And company director name Debashish Gosh 07202033394
All these people are frauds and they outsource meaning less porjects for high amount which does not exist . They have copy paste project and Ad posting project and form filling and many others fake projects
Copy paste project they are getting it from mumbai people for just 15000 rs and Ad posting posting for 12000 rs from Infinite solutions, which are fake projects. They just rotate our money for couple of payments and they stop responding to our calls and NO REPORTS and NO PAYMENT.

Consumer Complaints Forum India from January 13, 2016:

Ace Infosys Ahmedabad — Fraud company and fraud people

Hi Friends, Please be careful with these SCAMMERS “ACE INFOSYS” AHEMEDABAD and their website is aceinfosysos.com and whatever the projects they outsource it’s all fake projects, they charge money too much and they will rotate that money for payments by 10% in the amount what we paid and they won’t respond at all. Company main director Ajay Rajput his number 09898515471, and employees Sandeep Yadav his number 07043338821 And Deepak his number 07043338822 and company manager name Debashish Gosh 07202033394 All these people are frauds and they outsource meaning less porjects for high amount which does not exist . They have copy paste project and Ad posting project and form filling and many others fake projects Copy paste project they are getting it from mumbai people for just 15000 rs and Ad posting posting for 12000 rs from Infinite solutions, which are fake projects. They just rotate our money for couple of payments and they stop responding to our calls and NO REPORTS and NO PAYMENT. They have taken 1, 50, 000 rupees and they won’t and not responding and disconnecting the calls. I have attached fraud people photos and also updating about them in CRIME TODAY channel.

Consumer Complaints Forum India from January 30, 2016:

Hello

Mr. AJAY RAJPUT, DEEPAK RAJPUR, ARUN PANDEY.

All above person of ACE Infosys are 100% fraud & cheating persons. This is gift of Mr. Narendra Modi to all of us by the blessing of Modi sir all doing fraud in Ahmadabad. May be Gujarat Police is sleeping always. Lets see how long they will be away from cyber crime trap. For more information against their work call me . Please dont reply thses person with thses numbers & names : Arun Pandey 7043338818, Deepak Rajput7043338822, Sandeep Yadav7043338821, Ajay Rajput (owner), Aman Singh-7226004021 and many more involved. All are illiterate from IT Industry but doing fraud in this Industry by promising high earning IT Projects. Requesting not to reply mt all.
Most of Ahmadabad based BPO are black listed & fraud, don't follow them. They promise you to provide all 11 month contract for work like Add Posting, Copy Paste, SEO Copy paste, Captcha, Telecom companies call center etc. Their rate may be 25k- 30k & for one slot (10)seats 2.5 to 3 lacks.
I have paid Rs. 125000/- by ICICI online NEFT to ACE Infosys current HDFC Account No 502000007561256 on Nov-2015 & from that day they are not answering to our calls.Their office address Head Office
303, 3rd floor kansas investment corporation, nr ghodasar highway, Ahmedabad-380050
Web site:http://aceinfosysos.com

Call me for more details
Milind 9422124915

Consumer Complaints Forum India from February 10, 2016:

I took a project from Aceinfosys from ahamedabad.
I have paid 125000 rs for work.
They took my money and they are not responding to my calls.They have not paid the billing Amount and no response to calls, Please take some legal action against them. Below are the main persons who are working in this company.

Dibish - 07202-033394
Arun Pandey - 07043-338818
Ankush - 07043-338822

Below company address for your reference.
Head Office
303, 3rd floor kansas investment corporation, nr ghodasar highway, Ahmedabad-380050

Branch
23rd, 2nd Floor Sapnay Complex, Opp Suvidha Shopping Center, Paldi Ahmedabad-380007.

There are so many people suffering like me .

Thanks,
Prathap

If we take a look at the employees of Ace Infosys (LinkedIn search) than we see that not one can show their face at their profile picture. Such people have something to hide. I think you'll escape in real life from a shop too where the sales staff hides themselves behind a mask. Why should you trust someone which cannot show his face on the Internet?

Here you'll find some other staff from Ace Infosys - from the members in my network only (.pdf-file. More you can find at a LinkedIn search):

jyotsana patel

Business Development Executive at Ace infosys

Ahmedabad Area, India | Outsourcing/Offshoring

Current: Business Development Executive at ACE INFOSYS at ACE INFOSYS


Sanaya Patel

BDE (Business Development Executive) at ACE Infosy

Ahmedabad Area, India | Computer & Network Security

Current: BDE (Business Development Executive) at ACE Infosy

We are from ACE Infosys , a Govt. registered Outsourcing company, who do outsource all sort of BPO...

My comment: It seems that this scammer likes to be a little girl, which cannot get prosecuted in front of the law court. For this purpose she is using a picture, which gets found 607 times at the Google picture search.

It seems that every criminal (scammers are criminals) is able to register a company in India. The problem is that a company registration does not make them trustful in this case. It makes it only easier for the authorities to prosecute the company owner.

The problem is only that a company with the name Ace Infosys is not getting found at the Indian Ministry of Corporate Affairs.


Dipak Rajput

Sr. BDM at ACE Infosys

Ahmedabad Area, India | Outsourcing/Offshoring

Current: Sr. BDM at ACE Infosys


Chauhan PritviSingh S

BDM at Ace Infosys

Bhavnagar Area, India | Business Supplies and Equipment

Current: BDM at Ace Infosys at Ace Infosys


Ajay Chandel

Business Development Executive at Ace Infosys

Ahmedabad Area, India | Computer & Network Security

Current: Business Development Executive at Ace Infosys


Nidhi Acharya

Business Development Executive at Ace Infosys

Ahmedabad Area, India | Management Consulting

Current: Business Development Manager at Ace Infosys


Shah Rukh KhanParesh sharma

SR.BDM AT ACE INFOSYS

Ahmedabad Area, India | Management Consulting

Current: Paresh at Ace Infosys

My comment: This scammer seems to have an identity problem because he is using the picture from the Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan.


Ankur Singh

Business Associate at MNC

Ahmedabad Area, India | Outsourcing/Offshoring

Summary: ...at ACE Group, a company that specializes in providing various commercial services. Prior to ACE Group...


Jaimin Shah

Business Development Manager at Ace Infosys

Ahmedabad Area, India | Outsourcing/Offshoring

Current: Business Development Manager at Ace Infosys


Deepak Singh

BDE at ACE Infosys

Ahmedabad Area, India | Outsourcing/Offshoring

Current: BDE at ACE Infosys


Jannat Khan

Business Development Executive at ACE Infosys

Ahmedabad Area, India | Outsourcing/Offshoring

Current: Business Development Executive at ACE Infosys


chhaya sharma

BDE at ACE Infosys

Ahmedabad Area, India | Outsourcing/Offshoring

Current: BDM at ACE Infosys


merzina kapadia

bde at ace infosys

Ahmedabad Area, India | Outsourcing/Offshoring

Current: bde at ace infosys


Ajay Singh

BDE at Ace Infosys

Ahmedabad Area, India | Business Supplies and Equipment

Current: BDE at Ace Infosys


Saumya sharma

BDM at Ace Infosys

Ahmedabad Area, India | Computer & Network Security

Current: BDM at Ace Infosys


sadhna singh

Business Development executive at Ace Infosys

Ahmedabad Area, India | Computer & Network Security

Current: Business Development executive at Ace Infosys


mayank diamond

php programer at Ace Infosys

Meerut Area, India | Computer & Network Security

Current: php programer at Ace Infosys


Rahul Shamani

Sr. BDM at ACE Infosys at ACE Infosys

Ahmedabad Area, India | Outsourcing/Offshoring

Current: Sr. BDM at ACE Infosys at ACE Infosys


Dhruvya Patel

BDE at ACE Infosys

Ahmedabad Area, India | Outsourcing/Offshoring

Current: BDE at ACE Infosys


Chauhan Ajay S

BDM AT ACE INFOSYS

Ahmedabad Area, India | Business Supplies and Equipment

Current: Outsource Manager at Ace Infosys


Dhruv Patel

Business Development Manager at Ace Infosys

Ahmedabad Area, India | Computer & Network Security

Current: Business Development Manager at Ace Infosys


Gaurav Singh

Verification Specialist at airtel

Ahmedabad Area, India | Computer & Network Security

Current: Team Leader at Ace Infosys


ritesh shah

bpo

Ahmedabad Area, India | Broadcast Media

Current: bpo at ace infosys


Krishna Barot

BDE at ACEINFOSYS

Ahmedabad Area, India | Outsourcing/Offshoring

Current: BDE at Ace Infosys


Bhaskar Trivedi

MD at Ace Infosys

Ahmedabad Area, India | Outsourcing/Offshoring

Current: MD at Ace Infosys


LinkedIn - pankaj patelpankaj patel

BDE AT ACE INFOSYS at ACE INFOSIYS

India | Outsourcing/Offshoring

Current: BDE AT ACE INFOSYS at ACE INFOSIYS

At some of their LinkedIn profiles they have provided the webpage of aceinfosysos.com. The domain registration data of aceinfosysos.com are:

Domain Name: ACEINFOSYSOS.COM
Registry Domain ID: 1911043583_DOMAIN_COM-VRSN
Registrar WHOIS Server: whois.godaddy.com
Registrar URL: http://www.godaddy.com
Update Date: 2015-03-18T14:05:50Z
Creation Date: 2015-03-18T14:05:50Z
Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2016-03-18T14:05:50Z
Registrar: GoDaddy.com, LLC
Registrar IANA ID: 146
Registrar Abuse Contact Email: abuse@godaddy.com
Registrar Abuse Contact Phone: +1.4806242505
Domain Status: clientTransferProhibited http://www.icann.org/epp#clientTransferProhibited
Domain Status: clientUpdateProhibited http://www.icann.org/epp#clientUpdateProhibited
Domain Status: clientRenewProhibited http://www.icann.org/epp#clientRenewProhibited
Domain Status: clientDeleteProhibited http://www.icann.org/epp#clientDeleteProhibited
Registry Registrant ID:
Registrant Name: Viral Pithadiya
Registrant Organization:
Registrant Street: B/ 118 Rajmandir,Isanpur,Ahmedabad
Registrant City: Ahmedabad
Registrant State/Province: Gujarat
Registrant Postal Code: 382443
Registrant Country: IN
Registrant Phone: +91.9725912900
Registrant Phone Ext:
Registrant Fax:
Registrant Fax Ext:
Registrant Email: viral.pithadiya.123@gmail.com
Registry Admin ID:
Admin Name: Viral Pithadiya
Admin Organization:
Admin Street: B/ 118 Rajmandir,Isanpur,Ahmedabad
Admin City: Ahmedabad
Admin State/Province: Gujarat
Admin Postal Code: 382443
Admin Country: IN
Admin Phone: +91.9725912900
Admin Phone Ext:
Admin Fax:
Admin Fax Ext:
Admin Email: viral.pithadiya.123@gmail.com
Registry Tech ID:
Tech Name: Viral Pithadiya
Tech Organization:
Tech Street: B/ 118 Rajmandir,Isanpur,Ahmedabad
Tech City: Ahmedabad
Tech State/Province: Gujarat
Tech Postal Code: 382443
Tech Country: IN
Tech Phone: +91.9725912900
Tech Phone Ext:
Tech Fax:
Tech Fax Ext:
Tech Email: viral.pithadiya.123@gmail.com
Name Server: DNS1.NAMECHEAPHOSTING.COM
Name Server: DNS2.NAMECHEAPHOSTING.COM
DNSSEC: unsigned
URL of the ICANN WHOIS Data Problem Reporting System: http://wdprs.internic.net/
>>> Last update of WHOIS database: 2016-02-11T8:00:00Z <<<

 

Tech Support Scammer: G. P. Singh - zenfinancial.com
by Rudolf Faix Friday, November 20, 2015 9:04 AM

G. P. SinghUpdate November 21, 2015: Maybe it is not clear enough in the original article, but it does not matter if the scammer is paying the centers or not in this case. The scam starts by generating the calls for the “Tech support”:

  • Offered installation calls for Mcafee, Norton, MS Office, Printer setup
    A customer, which buys a product and which is not working on his site, likes to get his money back. For this reason he will complain the seller or the hotline from the manufacturer of the product and will not call someone where he has even to spend more money than he has spent already. This is called guarantee for a product. The producer or seller of the product needs to get the chance to solve the problem before he has to give the money back to the customer. That is consumer law and for this reason are the offers of the “installation calls” nothing else than scam. Nobody will pay for something where he has a right to get it for free.

  • Blue screen calls
    For the case a blue screen happens is there nowhere shown a phone number to call. Real blue screen cases are happening during system malfunctions based on some hardware or memory defects, failures of drivers or by installing some suspicious software. A blue screen cannot get solved from remote and by using some remote desktop programs because these programs are not functioning during the time a blue screen happens. As you need to try to reproduce the problem will it be hard job to do such work from remote with a normal and technical not interested user on the other end.

  • Pop up calls
    If the pop-up is more than a simple promotion the offer is a scam. Even UK Financial Fraud Action is warning to give untrusted people remote access to their computer. Everybody knows how many people are using pop-up blocker and adblocker. The advertising industry is already crying about percentage of people can get reached. How will in this case a scammer generate enough calls which he likes to sell?

In any case call centers should be aware that participating in a fraud system is a criminal action and gets prosecuted. If you buy calls which are getting generated by malware you’ll be in the first line of investigation because of the money flow from the victim to you. Maybe the real criminal disappears in the meantime and you are the only remaining one which gets prosecuted. If the seller can get found is not so bad for you because in this case you’ll get prosecuted only for the dubious purchase but it can come worse too as everybody likes to protect himself in front of law.

The above facts cannot get discussed away. On the other site G. P. Singh tries to use the revenge postings from other scammers to use against me instead of trying to explain me where I’m wrong in my understanding his offer. The same way all other scammers are acting too. The problem is only that there are no evidences and the postings did not get proved from anyone. Richa Softwaresolution has even tried to fake an email from me but could even not provide mailheaders for it. This try can get found in my article Fake emails which seems to be from Rudolf Faix - rudolffaix@gmail.com - rudolf.faix@wwpa.com. Such an email gets shown at the screenshot below:

 

Original arcticle:

At the LinkedIn profile from G. P. Singh gets shown how a formerly successful businessman has changed to be now a scammer. The statement from G. P. Singh in answer to a comment shows already the scam: "There are no details to send. Decice what you want, place an order, prepay and we deliver the calls. Simple!".

Maybe the scammer does not know that Microsoft, Symantec (Norton), Intel (McAffee) and the manufacturers like Canon, HP, Dell, etc. have their own support hotline where their customers can call free of charge and get support without paying for it. The calls to these support hotlines are even used for improving their products. But it seems that the scammer G. P. Singh has already lost his ability to think and is only interested in getting money for nothing.

For the case that a center owner pays for getting such a kind of calls and he gets really some calls then these calls are getting generated by malware and fake websites. That is a crime which gets prosecuted. In such a case the center owner needs to think how he gets paid for his fraud service. The money flow will make the center owner to a scammer and bring him into the first line of investigation. Here are some examples about tech support scam, which got already prosecuted:

Here is a screenshot from the scam offer:

LinkedIn posting of the scam

Maybe the scammer G. P. Singh needs some money for disappearing because the Stock Fraud Attorney Fitapelli | Kurta is actually searching for more victims of a fraud done by Zen Financial Services and Jonathan Bao:

Broker Complaints: Zen Financial Services and Jonathan Bao

The securities and investment fraud law firm, Fitapelli Kurta, is interested in speaking to investors who have lost money investing with Zen Financial or Jonathan Bao.

Zen Financial Services is an independent financial planning and investment firm based out of in Alhambra, California. Zen Financial Services was established in 2011 by Jonathan Bao. Zen Financial Services specializes in retirement plans, wealth management to high net worth individuals, and small businesses. Zen Financial Services offers investments in common stock, mutual funds, annuities, Roth IRAs, Traditional IRAs, and 401k’s. Zen Financial Services is a small firm, employing approximately one to four people. Zen Financial Services’ main office is located at 205 South Chapel Avenue, Alhambra, CA 91801. Zen Financial Services is not a FINRA member firm and is not registered with the SEC.

Zen Financial Services’ founder and president, Jonathan Bao, has recommended the following securities to investors: ProShares Ultra VIX Short-Term Futures (UVXY) and Dendreon Corporation (DNDN). Jonathan Bao is also registered with Royal Alliance Associates.

These 2x ETFs are highly speculative investments which present a significant amount of risk to investors. These nontraditional ETFs trade on a daily basis, which means they should ideally be sold at the end of each day to accurately predict and maximize profit. The longer these ETFs are held on for, the harder they become to predict and the less likely an investor is to make any money.

If you or someone you know has lost money investing in nontraditional ETFs through Jonathan Bao or Zen Financial Services, Royal Alliance, or one of its other brokers, you may be entitled to full recovery of your losses. The attorneys at Fitapelli Kurta prosecute cases on behalf of investors like you who have lost money as a result of unsuitable investments recommended by firms like Zen Financial Services and Royal Alliance. These cases are taken on a contingency fee basis only, which means our firm will not receive any compensation whatsoever unless and until you recover money.

Cases are filed with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and will submit to arbitration. Fitapelli Kurta has filed hundreds of cases before FINRA and has recovered millions on behalf of investors who have fallen victim to broker misconduct. Do not delay. Call 877 – 238 – 4175 to speak directly to an attorney and further discuss the merits of your case.

Our consultations are always free.

Call 877 – 238 – 4175 now.

Domain registration data of zenfinancial.com:

Domain Name: zenfinancial.com
Registry Domain ID:
Registrar WHOIS Server: whois.onlinenic.com
Registrar URL: http://www.onlinenic.com
Updated Date: 2015-10-02 04:59:28
Creation Date: 2003-10-31
Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2016-10-31
Registrar: Onlinenic Inc
Registrar IANA ID: 82
Registrar Abuse Contact Email: onlinenic-enduser@onlinenic.com
Registrar Abuse Contact Phone: +1.5107698492
Domain Status: clientTransferProhibited
Reseller Org: DelhiNet Web Services Pvt. Ltd.
Registry Registration ID:
Registration Name: Zen Financial Inc.
Registration Organization: Zen Financial Inc.
Registration Street: 22582 Forest Run Drive
Registration City: Ashburn
Registration State/Province: VA
Registration Postal Code: 20148
Registration Country: US
Registration Phone: +1.3477464430
Registration Phone Ext:
Registration Fax: +1.3474120995
Registration Fax Ext:
Registration Email: gp@zenfinancial.com
Registry Admin ID:
Admin Name: Zen Financial Inc.
Admin Organization: Zen Financial Inc.
Admin Street: 22582 Forest Run Drive
Admin City: Ashburn
Admin State/Province: VA
Admin Postal Code: 20148
Admin Country: US
Admin Phone: +1.3477464430
Admin Phone Ext:
Admin Fax: +1.3474120995
Admin Fax Ext:
Admin Email: gp@zenfinancial.com
Registry Tech ID:
Tech Name: Zen Financial Inc.
Tech Organization: Zen Financial Inc.
Tech Street: 22582 Forest Run Drive
Tech City: Ashburn
Tech State/Province: VA
Tech Postal Code: 20148
Tech Country: US
Tech Phone: +1.3477464430
Tech Phone Ext:
Tech Fax: +1.3474120995
Tech Fax Ext:
Tech Email: gp@zenfinancial.com
Name Server: dns1.theworldwidewebpeople.com
Name Server: dns2.theworldwidewebpeople.com
Name Server: ns1.thewindowshostingpeople.com
Name Server: ns2.thewindowshostingpeople.com

Update November 21, 2015 - A statement from Mr. G. P. Singh:

Also, ZenFinancial, has nothing to do with the 'Zen Financial Services' which you are referring to, so please remove this post, ASAP

Maybe he is right in this case, but it is his problem to use the same name of a fraud company. As Microsoft and the other companies are not publishing his phone numbers for their support services remains the question how the calls are generated. The offer includes "Blue Screen calls" and "Pop Up calls". As no phone number gets shown at a blue screen it will be very hard for a scammer to find any arguments why someone should call his number if there is no scareware or malware used for generating this kind of calls. Scareware and malware distribution is a crime!

Update November 21, 2015 - A personal message to me from a Facebook member:

I saw your post regarding Mr Singh. He has a lot of campaigns to offer. I am supposedly going to run his payday loan campaign but a supposed to be 1-2 minutes script to run by an agent he wanted the call to run for 15 minutes. Which is very impossible and the pay is $9 only per succesful transfer. Definitely all centers who gets campaigns from him lost. I have never seen an outbound campaign with a very short script to run on a call for 15 mins or more. I think too hes a scammer. You may check his zen blog page for diff campaigns

 

LinkedIn Scammer: munna shaikh - confirms that he has no contract with any client
by Rudolf Faix Saturday, September 19, 2015 4:33 AM

LinkedIn profile graphic Munna ShaikIt seems that the scammer Munna Shaikh needs urgently money and for this reason he has invented a form filling campaign.  Like each scammer he cannot show his face and uses instead a stolen graphic as profile picture. He does not like to provide a manhunt picture by himself.  He provides only one contact possibility - an Indian phone number – besides the email address he uses at the moment.  With other words everything is prepared for a fast disappearing.

With the statement “SO AT LEAST, WE MUST EARN SOME THING ON PROJECTS” in his email he declares by himself, that he does not have any contract with the client and that he is a scammer. With this statement he is declaring that at least he – the scammer - has to earn an invention fee paid by the center. A client which hires a broker has to pay the broker!

The LinkedIn mail from the Scammer Munna Shaikh:

*Dear Centers,*
Please find the below Reliance online form filling process details.

** *Reliance Form Filling Process*****

*Description:***A To fill the details of new connection into the

company's online portal with provided login ids & pwds.
Each form will contain 20 entries .

*Time Consumption: *30 to 40 seconds per form

Consultancy charges: - Rs 1,00,000/- +12.36 % Service tax paid { Not Adjust Billing }
Royalty :- 10 %

Work load : Unlimited

Nature of work : form filling

*Payout : 6 Rs per form *

Training Provided Online

Sign Up :- Online / Onsite

Billing cycle: Monthly (after raising invoice 15 days)

Monthly Billing:3 Lac - 4 Lacs/ Slot center can

get approximately depending on agents performance.

Available slots: 02


NOTE :- Only Interested Center Apply


*CALL US FOR BOOKING OR AGREEMENT ON : *9158646476
FROM* "

*Thanks & Regards.*
Seema Khan
BDM
Mob:9158646476
*join me on whatsup .*9158646476

SMALL INVESTMENT FOR PROFITABLE PROJECTS BUT GOOD BILLING .

WHY SHOULD WE WASTE MONEY AND TIME ON FAKE PROJECTS IN BPO MARKET ? SO AT LEAST , WE MUST EARN SOME THING ON PROJECTS . WE ARE PROVIDING SMALL BUDGET PROJECTS FOR YOU ,PLZ CALL US 9158646476 OR

BUSINESS DEALING FACE 2 FACE IN OFFICE , ONCE YOU SATISFIED THEN YOU CAN GO AHEAD FOR TAKING THE PROJECTS .

"DONT MISS THIS EARNING AND PROFITABLE CHANCE FOR YOUR BUSINESS"

The scammer Munna Shaikh offered the same campaign already at LinkedIn Pulse on August 18, 2015 with a screenshot. The screenshot shows a point of sales application because the fields of the form which should get filled are not shown on the image:

Sample graphic for form filling project

One week later, he offered the same project again at LinkedIn Pulse (August 26, 2015). Take a look how the conditions are changing in the offers: 

RELIANCE ONLINE FORM FILLING

 
 NATURE OF WORK                          
        ENTERING DETAILS OF CUSTOMERS IN SOFTWARE PROVIDED BY RELIANCE
 NUMBER OF FIELDS            -                        7

 RATE PER FORM                             -           Rs 1.20 Rs

TARGET PER COMPUTER                    -  Unlimited

NUMBER OF COMPUTERS REQUIRED     -  Min 10

TARGET FOR 10 COMPUTERS           -   Unlimited

MONTHLY BILLING                                      -     4,00,000 Above

BUSINESS PROCUREMENT FEES      -   RS. 40 k ONLY

SECURITY DEPOSIT                     -      NIL

DURATION OF CONTRACT             -      11 MONTHS

Sign up & Booking                           -  Online  & Onsite      

LAST DATE FOR BOOKING THE WORK
FOR MORE DETAILS CALL                     -   9158646476

Thanks & Regards,
Seema Khan { BDM }
9158646476

 

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