Urgent Warning Against Broker Scam CT Matador!

Trustpilot identified fake reviews of CTMatador broker scam
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We have warned against the broker scam CTMatador for several months now. Trustpilot warns against fake reviews CTMatador has used to present itself as reputable. But the scam is still online and attacking consumers. 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. Currently, the payment system is not active; it seems like the scam 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

We have heard from victims that the boiler rooms behind CTMatador are still active. They are still being called and asked to transfer money. Of course, payouts do not take place. On Trustpilot, you can still read new complaints from people who do not withdraw their money.

However, since the payment options are currently inactive, we assume that none of the infamous payment processors want to work for CTMatador and launder their stolen funds anymore.

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

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

The Israeli high-risk payment processor Finateco (https://finateco.com) is operated through Finateco Ltd, registered in St. Vincent & The Grenadines. On LinkedIn, Israeli Jonathan Meshumar is listed as the founder.

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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