Hi fellow Investors,
After I was scammed by a company called GXFX, in which they stole over 10,000 Euro from me. Now I get a call from a broker at a company called SEPAFX (sepaFX.com) claiming that they will try and help me get my funds back. They said I should start with $1,000 by them.
Sounds like a recovery scam to me.
Looking for feedback from other people about SepaFX.
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George this is Another SKAM and an Even worse one Yes I got the same promise 3 times by email from Support and 3 times from Anthony (Tony) Wallenberg (Berg) Just do this, just do that, I will show you,,, He did not listen.
“PLEASE RETURN FULL INVESTMENT AMOUNT NOW as you have promised several times. I Know my Danish bank smells a BIG SKAM. They say this one stinks.
Get your money back. Keep pestering via emails and phone calls to block their system. Send Trust Pilot a review. Do not deposit any new money with them.They use several different banks around the world to pay into. When we call their bluff then are usually decent enough to pay us back. I am Danish and already had contact with the Danish police because of gxfx. Europop and other authorities, I am sure will also shut down
Anything with base in London or Astonia like this is not to be trusted at present. I myself learnt a lot from the young broker apprentice with gxfx. I found it rather fascinating. Let’s keep in touch. I think I will also a Facbook group.. Sepafx review. Then many of us can compare notes.
Any good reviews with Trust Pilot are usually always posted by themselves. Have a lovely day, spring and summer. At least we can sleep at night
Best Regards Joyce
I now regret having declared the name of the personal broker, Tony Berg, who has been phoning me up at akward times to sales talk me into some new investments. A Friday evening was the last time, while trying to cook the dinner and when I have little chance to contact my own bank advisors before Monday. Is this the correct procedure for returning my money? I know it is not. On the Monday my bank advisor said. “Keep away from this all together. This is a skam.!!”
The said Tony Berg I do feel is a gentleman of integrity. An experienced banker and trader for 15 years on Wall street. At 41, now living happily in London with his family, he is most possibly already too old and too slow for high speed trading on hectic Wall street. This is only a presumption of course but can be collaborated as a growing tendancy among London independent bankers, by 3 of my male cousins, now retired all three, who have worked for the CID, fraud and drugs squad as well as for the torrorist squad in London. Their assigments took them all around the world. They take this type of stuff in their strid. How do honest peace loving people get themselves involved in this very suspicious form of communication with any possible clients. Telephone numbers don’t work on reply calls and requests to answer simple questions via email are not respected.
Once again, I apologise to Tony Berg for revealing his name on this review site. I feel personally that he has also become a victim to this method of communication, as my bank manager suggests. I do not like to use the word skam or cheat myself regarding the methods of this company. My bank adviser does as many others also do. This is now a very young company name, so how can we actually know how things will turn out. I am still patiently waiting for my invested euro 5100 to be returned as promised in a manner acceptable to my bank. Only then can trust be regained. I do however believe most sincerely that it will be returned. I trust in the goodness of human nature. It will always prevail in the end. Yours truly Doreen Joyce
Hi again George. I hope you have had success in recovering your savings? As I suggested, I have now tried to start up a new group on Facebook Sepafx review for good and not so good comments alike. Ciber space is now very transparent with information on every single individual with phone numbers and internet connections. So let us try more common man transparency here too. Regards Doreen
Hi, has anyone got a telephone number for these people that rings more than once before it cuts you off, I’ve tried with several different phones? They’re not responding to emails and I can’t find an actual location for them either. The guy I spoke to said he was in Stockholm.
I have also invested money in GXFX, and the persons in this company told me that they had moved to sepaFX where also my money now was invested. I have not got any money from them. They insisted in using my internetbank and they made a payment there – they said it was money that I would get, but it was not true – there was made a payment in my bank for them. I got it stopped before it was too late. Until lately it has been possible to email the people behind these companies, but now I get my email back. Anyone who knows their new emailadress? Is there anyone who knows the country they belong to (which police should I call?)