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My story seems very similar to many bad reviews on line..l had sold my home and thought l would invest it for a few months, to find out l have lost it all, in the beginning l was gaining between 700 and 1600 euro a day so l was happy with that Adrian Matthias was my senior financial analysist due to the substantial amount in the account.. l am 63 years old and managed to not get scammed up until now but he was very professional at frauding people out of there money obviously, the minute l asked for a withdrawal to start building my new house, he was stalling saying he needed an email from the developers stating what l needed, over the next couple of days l found it hard to get onto him through the WhatsApp messenger site the phone calls aren't connected hey are meant to be coming from London then l found out they are based in Estonia, while l was talking to him he managed to lose 97000 euros in 90 seconds I continued asking him to stop gambling my money away and he said he would need to keep trading so he could make t then had a gut feeling that my money was long gone and the fake platform l was looking at every day was no more than a false page no different than games we can play on line.. l have notified the bank and they were able to recover $1600 that l initially started with that came out of my debit card but the Bpay amounts l am still trying to recover,,l have not heard from Adrian since then but because I have notified all the authorities nationally and internationally l did receive a call from a senior CEO Isahia an extremely rude threatening man with a raw African accent hreatening me to stop all the lawmen while he investigates how carelessly Adrian lost my money which l believed was a weird remark so my son spoke to him and this rude guy asked him would he be advocating for me if anything was to happen to me which later when I thought about it that was KONTOFX is nearly 200000 Euro better off for have known me.. and to top it off l have had so many more scammers contacting me offering to get my money back to put in there pocket.. all l can say is these scamming mongrels are all the same and it started very innocently when my home was sold and placed on the real estate website for these animals to find people like me my age my situation who are prey for these predators, so l would like to state good luck to the people who have had good experiences and l feel for the ones like me who cant find anything nice about them

diane 2018-12-02
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