i have found a fake company which is not real one.
please close this website
they are using bad gateway to take money from clients.
The black money scam is an old and established scam in the advance fee fraud arena. In some cases, this is a follow up of a previous scam, in which the victim lost money and is promised to be compensated. The initial scam could also be an inheritance scam, a trunk box scam or a shady business where the victim is contacted and asked for help to receive a large amount of money from abroad, with the promise to be compensated with a share of the money.
The scam can also work independently of any previous scam.
The money involved is allegedly dyed to avoid detection. The scammers claim to sell "chemical solutions" for removing the dye and "clean" the money. Sometimes, the victim will receive a video showing the "procedure" or will even meet the scammer in person for a demonstration.
The fraudsters are using social media to promote their "business". They are also using fake websites. Links to the fake sites are sent to the victims to convince them that they are doing business with the "real deal".
Once convinced, the victim will be asked to pay for the fictitious solution. There are also offers of special machines doing the same job.
Needless to say, there will be fees to be paid.
If the victim, after a while, refuses to pay, the scammer will blackmail the victim to force payments by saying that the victim willingly accepted money from a crime and, if no payment is sent, the victim will be reported to the authorities.
Let's be clear about this: there is no money, except the money lost by the victim. The "chemical solution" or the machine promised is not real. The companies or persons offering such things are without exception fraudsters.
Where arrests have been made, the mystery chemical has been found to be Oros, raspberry juice and even Vitamin C solutions.
This scam is illegal internationally. Because in this case we have many fraudsters allegedly located in South Africa, it is worth mentioning that anyone pretending to be there while selling this type of product is committing a crime; black money scams are specifically prohibited by law. The Consumer Protection Act, 2008 (Act No. 68 of 2008). Chapter 2, Part F addresses the “Right to fair and honest dealing”. Section 42 states:
(2) A person must not directly or indirectly promote, or knowingly join, enter or participate in—
(a) a fraudulent currency scheme, as described in subsection (3);
(b) a fraudulent financial transaction, as described in subsection (4);
(c) a fraudulent transfer of property or legal rights, as described in subsection (5);
(d) any other scheme declared by the Minister in terms of subsection (8), or cause another person to do so.
(3) An arrangement, agreement, practice or scheme is a fraudulent currency scheme if it involves a person—
(a) with the intent to defraud another person, representing that the first person is capable of—
(i) producing currency by washing, dipping or otherwise treating any substance that is not currency with a chemical substance, or exposing it to an electrical charge, or to radiation of any kind; or
(ii) producing currency, or increasing a sum of money, through scientific means, invocation of any juju or use of other invisible medium; or
(b) making or issuing any currency, or making representations as being capable of doing so, unless the person is an authorised producer of that currency.