Another Urgent Warning Against CTMatador Broker Scam!

Trustpilot identified fake reviews of CTMatador broker scam
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The broker scam CTMatador has been on our radar for a few months now and is still chasing victims. In our past reviews, we warned against the fraud scheme, which chased victims with the fraudulent BitcoinPro. Trustpilot warns against fake reviews CTMatador has used to present itself as reputable. As payment processors, we discovered the notorious scam facilitators Finanic, GameChangers, ChargeMoney, and Paypound. In our today’s review, none of the payment options worked. It seems that CTMatador is about to vanish.

Key data

Trading namesCTMatador
Legal entityWind Holdings Ltd (est. Sept 2021)
Corporate advisorWilfred Services Ltd
JurisdictionSt. Vincent & The Grenadines
Contact dataSE: +46842002388
NL: +31203082066
SG: +6531388002
SW: +41225013182
UK:  +442035140074
Payment processorsFinanic,
Finateco (no longer)
Facilitating campaignBitcoinPro (https://bitcoin-pro.live)
Related schemesCoinLearner (https://coin-learner.com)

The narrative

After registration at the scam, you will receive an email from the responsible account manager. The email claims that the offices of CTMatador would be in Basel, Switzerland. Furthermore, telephone numbers for different countries are given.

Broker scam CTMatador and its payment faclitators Gamechangers ChargeMoney Paypound Finanic and Finateco

The account managers a/k/a boiler room agents also refer their victims to the trader education site CoinLearner (https://coin-learner.com) where they can buy education packages. Stay away from it.

The Israeli high-risk payment processor Finateco (https://finateco.com) is operated through Finateco Ltd, which is registered in St. Vincent & The Grenadines. On LinkedIn, Israeli Jonathan Meshumar is listed as the founder. Finateco is the new kid around the scam facilitators block and has apparently only been operating since January 2022.

Read the full profile of Finateco here on PayCom42.

Via the licensed Estonian Finanic OÜ (www.finanic.io), potential CTMatador victims can buy cryptocurrencies with credit and debit cards which are then transferred to the scammers’ wallets. Otherwise, potential victims with cards can also lose their money at GameChangers (https://gamechangers.cc), ChargeMoney (https://charge.money), and Paypound (https://paypound.ltd).

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If you have any information about the CT Matador broker scam, its operators, and facilitators, please share it with us through our whistleblower system, Whistle42.

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