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This is an archived whois lookup from 2016-01-11. Click here to view Whoisology's most current historical whois lookup for the domain name tfxi.com. Click any of the records below (address, phone, email, etc) to perform a reverse lookup.

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Registrant Contact
The Registrant Contact is the person or organization who legally owns the domain.
Triumph Int Limited (2)
ccTLD: 0 Name
-Org.
support@tfxi.com (1)
ccTLD: 0 Email
2283 Columbus Centre,|Road Town, Tortola (1)
ccTLD: 0 Street
-Street 2
British Virgin Islands (80)
ccTLD: 4 Changes: -1 City
Not Applicable (255,948)
ccTLD: 7,584 Changes: -621 Region
68100 (7,291)
ccTLD: 169 Changes: +86 Zip / Post
BRITISH INDIAN OCEAN TERRITORY (3,472)
ccTLD: 31 Changes: +1,856 Country
2844942689 (1)
ccTLD: 0 Phone
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Other Details
These are technical details & related, connected to the domain.
GODADDY.COM, LLC(52,048,093)
ccTLD: 490,189 Changes: +7,110,221 Registrar Name
2008-01-12(11,918)
ccTLD: 2,029 Changes: -48Created Date
whois.godaddy.com(53,458,635)
ccTLD: 960,934 Changes: +8,283,782Whois Servers
2015-04-30(844,679)
ccTLD: 9,831 Changes: -436,347 Updated Date
2020-01-12(7,089)
ccTLD: 1,143 Changes: +405Expires Date
NS1.TFXI.COM(1)
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NS2.TFXI.COM(1)
ccTLD: 0
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Triumph Int Limited (2)
ccTLD: 0 Name
-Org.
support@tfxi.com (1)
ccTLD: 0 Email
2283 Columbus Centre,|Road Town, Tortola (1)
ccTLD: 0 Street
-Street 2
British Virgin Islands (43)
ccTLD: 2 Changes: -2 City
Not Applicable (253,741)
ccTLD: 7,425 Changes: -548 Region
68100 (5,935)
ccTLD: 177 Changes: +86 Zip / Post
BRITISH INDIAN OCEAN TERRITORY (3,416)
ccTLD: 25 Changes: +1,927 Country
2844942689 (1)
ccTLD: 0 Phone
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SingliWorld Review: Forex investment through TFX Global?



SingliWorld Review: Forex investment through TFX Global?
May.03, 2015 in MLM Reviews

SingliWorld get off to a bad start by advertising on their website that they were "founded in 2007".
The SingliWorld website domain ("singliworld.com") however, was only registered on the 21st of January 2013.
It’s possible that the company existed under a different name, however SingliWorld, as it’s presented on their website, has only been around for a few years.
Credited as the Founder and Managing Director of the company is Hermes Leong (full name Hermes Leong Koon Wah).

There is no information about Leong (right) provided on the SingliWorld website, with the company instead providing a copy and pasted generic marketing spiel:
To be properly introduced to Singliworld is to learn about the individual(s) who had the unique vision to start it in the first place.
If you copy and paste "is to learn about the individual(s) who had the unique vision to start it in the first place" into Google, the same phrase is used in 288 unrelated results.
It appears to have been first used by Aspire Worldwide in 2011 and subsequently copied numerous times.
Further research reveals SingliWorld affiliates crediting Leong with ‘20 years of experience in regional business‘ and a ‘degree in computer management and information technology‘.
No specifics are provided and I was unable to find anything MLM related to Leong. For the most part who this individual is remains a mystery.
Of note is that on his LinkedIn profile, Leong lists his current location as Singapore. This is likely where the company is being run out of.
This is important because Singliworld Pte Ltd appears on an "investor alert list" maintained by the Monetary Authority of Singapore.
As Singapore’s central bank, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) is an integrated supervisor overseeing all financial institutions in Singapore.
The Investor Alert List provides a listing of unregulated persons who, based on information received by MAS, may have been wrongly perceived as being licensed or authorised by MAS.
Read on for a full review of the SingliWorld MLM business opportunity.
The SingliWorld Product Line
SignliWorld has no retailable products or services.
A number of services as advertised on the SingliWorld website, however these don’t have anything to do with the SingliWorld MLM opportunity.
Reflecting that, at the time of publication most of the links did not work:
  • SingliTravel – redirects to expired domain (broken)
  • SingliForex – related to the business opportunity (see compensation plan analysis below)
  • SingliMall – redirects to broken e-commerce site (links don’t work (eg. "buy it now"), images missing)
  • SingliDeal – link on the SingliWorld website does not work (broken)
  • SingliBid – link on the SingliWorld website does not work (broken)
  • SingliSocial – link on the SingliWorld website does not work (broken)
The SingliWorld Compensation Plan
The SingliWorld compensation plan is not provided to the general public on their website.
As such, the following analysis has been put together with compensation plan material sourced from SingliWorld affiliates.
Forex Investment
SingliWorld accept investment amounts of $1000 or more, with an advertised ROI of 5-15% a month.
This is referred to as the "Superman EA Forex Trading Platform", and appears to be wholly passive.
Unique trading platform. You are completely "hands free". Just leave it to the traders to trade for you.
SingliWorld keep 30% of the ROI generated each month and also charge $2 a month per investment made and retained with the company.
An initial $30 fee to set up the investment also applies.
Referral Commissions
Referral commissions are paid out to encourage recruitment of new SingliWorld affiliate investors.
These commissions are paid out via a unilevel compensation structure.
A unilevel compensation structure places an affiliate at the top of a unilevel team, with every personally recruited affiliate placed directly under them (level 1):


If any personally recruited affiliates go on to recruit new affiliates of their own, they are placed on level 2 of the original affiliate’s unilevel team.
If any level 2 affiliates recruit new affiliates, they are placed on level 3 and so on and so forth down a theoretical infinite number of levels.
SingliWorld cap payable unilevel levels at 5, with commissions paid out per investment made by recruited affiliates as follows:
  • level 1 (personally recruited affiliates) – $3
  • levels 2 and 3 – $1
  • levels 4 and 5 – 50 cents
Joining SingliWorld
Affiliate membership with SingliWorld is free, however affiliates must invest at least $1000 if they wish to participate in the income opportunity.
As such the defacto minimum cost of SingliWorld affiliate membership is $1000 (investment) plus a $30 admin fee.
Note that an ongoing $2 fee per month is also charged per investment made with the company.
Conclusion
When you combine the following:
  • shady individual with no verifiable history (MLM or otherwise)
  • copy and pasted text appearing on the SingliWorld website
  • product and service site links broken on the SingliWorld website
  • 5-5% a month guaranteed "passive" ROIs and
  • SingliWorld appearing on an investor watchlist in Singapore
It’s pretty obvious that the SingliWorld MLM business opportunity doesn’t add up.
Seeing as SingliWorld is little more than a passive investment opportunity with an MLM-style referral plan attached, that’s what we’ll focus on (everything else on the SingliWorld website is smoke and mirrors).
The trades supposedly generating 5-15% a month ROIs for SingliWorld affiliates are being handled by TFX Global.
To that end a SingliWorld affilaite login button appears on the TFX Global website:



So who runs TFX Global then?
Like the SingliWorld website, much of the TFX Global website does not work (links broken, FAQ has no answers etc.).
Additionally the TFX Global website domain registration is set to private. The domain itself was registered 21st of October 2013, nine months after that of SingliWorld.
Further research reveals a TFX Global "Limited Power of Attorney" document, which reveals that Hermes Leong owns both TFX Global and its parent company,  Triumph Global (Asia) Limited.



I/we designate Trading Agent LEONG KOON WAH as Agent and attorney-in-fact for the purpose of buying and selling margined foreign currency lots for the undersigned Customer’s Account (the "Account"), and at the Customer’s sole risk through Triumph Global (Asia) Limited, (hereafter referred as "TFXG").
An address on the first page of the document lists an address for TFX Global in Hong Kong.
A search of the address reveals it to be used by multiple businesses, indicating that it is no more than a rented mailbox.
Why Leong has registered his Forex business in Hong Kong, when he himself is operating out of Singapore is a mystery.
Adding fuel to the Ponzi fire is the following statement, which appears on the TFX Global website:
TFX Global does not service US entities or residents of any kind.
Well gee, I wonder why that is.
Could it be what little amount of Forex may or may not be going on serves only as a ruse to use newly invested funds to pay off existing investors?
Marketing presentations and the SingliWorld website itself are full of financial jargon, charts and general information. The idea is to obviously overwhelm visitors, seeing as SingliWorld itself is little more than a $1000 or more in, 5-15% a month ROI passive investment scheme.
The kind of people attracted to such claims aren’t going to understand or even try to understand the financial information presented on the SingliWorld site.
All they need to know is that some guy in Singapore, who has no verifiable history, is offering them a 5-15% ROI for infinity months.
There’s a reason the Monetary Authority of Singapore has put SingliWorld on their investor alert list, and it’s not because they are legitimate.
If SingliWorld were, surely they’d be able to clear up the situation with MAS and have their company removed from the list?
Yet there it remains.
Oh and surprise surprise, TFX Global are also on the MAS investor alert watchlist.
Yeah I know, bet you didn’t see that coming…
As with all Ponzi schemes, once new investment dries up SingliWorld are going to find themselves unable to meet their advertised 5-15% a month ROI obligations.
This will first manifest itself by way of the monthly ROI dropping and remaining at close to 5%, before either stopping altogether or dipping further.
At that point Hermes Leong does a runner, with anyone with funds still left in the scheme losing out.


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SingliWorld Review: Forex investment through TFX Global?




SingliWorld Review: Forex investment through TFX Global?
May.03, 2015 in MLM Reviews
SingliWorld get off to a bad start by advertising on their website that they were "founded in 2007".

The SingliWorld website domain ("singliworld.com") however, was only registered on the 21st of January 2013.

It’s possible that the company existed under a different name, however SingliWorld, as it’s presented on their website, has only been around for a few years.

Credited as the Founder and Managing Director of the company is Hermes Leong (full name Hermes Leong Koon Wah).

There is no information about Leong (right) provided on the SingliWorld website, with the company instead providing a copy and pasted generic marketing spiel:

To be properly introduced to Singliworld is to learn about the individual(s) who had the unique vision to start it in the first place.

If you copy and paste "is to learn about the individual(s) who had the unique vision to start it in the first place" into Google, the same phrase is used in 288 unrelated results.

It appears to have been first used by Aspire Worldwide in 2011 and subsequently copied numerous times.

Further research reveals SingliWorld affiliates crediting Leong with ‘20 years of experience in regional business‘ and a ‘degree in computer management and information technology‘.

No specifics are provided and I was unable to find anything MLM related to Leong. For the most part who this individual is remains a mystery.

Of note is that on his LinkedIn profile, Leong lists his current location as Singapore. This is likely where the company is being run out of.

This is important because Singliworld Pte Ltd appears on an "investor alert list" maintained by the Monetary Authority of Singapore.

As Singapore’s central bank, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) is an integrated supervisor overseeing all financial institutions in Singapore.

The Investor Alert List provides a listing of unregulated persons who, based on information received by MAS, may have been wrongly perceived as being licensed or authorised by MAS.

Read on for a full review of the SingliWorld MLM business opportunity.

The SingliWorld Product Line
SignliWorld has no retailable products or services.

A number of services as advertised on the SingliWorld website, however these don’t have anything to do with the SingliWorld MLM opportunity.

Reflecting that, at the time of publication most of the links did not work:

* SingliTravel – redirects to expired domain (broken)
* SingliForex – related to the business opportunity (see compensation plan analysis below)
* SingliMall – redirects to broken e-commerce site (links don’t work (eg. "buy it now"), images missing)
* SingliDeal – link on the SingliWorld website does not work (broken)
* SingliBid – link on the SingliWorld website does not work (broken)
* SingliSocial – link on the SingliWorld website does not work (broken)
The SingliWorld Compensation Plan
The SingliWorld compensation plan is not provided to the general public on their website.

As such, the following analysis has been put together with compensation plan material sourced from SingliWorld affiliates.

Forex Investment
SingliWorld accept investment amounts of $1000 or more, with an advertised ROI of 5-15% a month.

This is referred to as the "Superman EA Forex Trading Platform", and appears to be wholly passive.

Unique trading platform. You are completely "hands free". Just leave it to the traders to trade for you.

SingliWorld keep 30% of the ROI generated each month and also charge $2 a month per investment made and retained with the company.

An initial $30 fee to set up the investment also applies.

Referral Commissions
Referral commissions are paid out to encourage recruitment of new SingliWorld affiliate investors.

These commissions are paid out via a unilevel compensation structure.

A unilevel compensation structure places an affiliate at the top of a unilevel team, with every personally recruited affiliate placed directly under them (level 1):



If any personally recruited affiliates go on to recruit new affiliates of their own, they are placed on level 2 of the original affiliate’s unilevel team.

If any level 2 affiliates recruit new affiliates, they are placed on level 3 and so on and so forth down a theoretical infinite number of levels.

SingliWorld cap payable unilevel levels at 5, with commissions paid out per investment made by recruited affiliates as follows:

* level 1 (personally recruited affiliates) – $3
* levels 2 and 3 – $1
* levels 4 and 5 – 50 cents
Joining SingliWorld
Affiliate membership with SingliWorld is free, however affiliates must invest at least $1000 if they wish to participate in the income opportunity.

As such the defacto minimum cost of SingliWorld affiliate membership is $1000 (investment) plus a $30 admin fee.

Note that an ongoing $2 fee per month is also charged per investment made with the company.

Conclusion
When you combine the following:

* shady individual with no verifiable history (MLM or otherwise)
* copy and pasted text appearing on the SingliWorld website
* product and service site links broken on the SingliWorld website
* 5-5% a month guaranteed "passive" ROIs and
* SingliWorld appearing on an investor watchlist in Singapore
It’s pretty obvious that the SingliWorld MLM business opportunity doesn’t add up.

Seeing as SingliWorld is little more than a passive investment opportunity with an MLM-style referral plan attached, that’s what we’ll focus on (everything else on the SingliWorld website is smoke and mirrors).

The trades supposedly generating 5-15% a month ROIs for SingliWorld affiliates are being handled by TFX Global.

To that end a SingliWorld affilaite login button appears on the TFX Global website:



So who runs TFX Global then?

Like the SingliWorld website, much of the TFX Global website does not work (links broken, FAQ has no answers etc.).

Additionally the TFX Global website domain registration is set to private. The domain itself was registered 21st of October 2013, nine months after that of SingliWorld.

Further research reveals a TFX Global "Limited Power of Attorney" document, which reveals that Hermes Leong owns both TFX Global and its parent company,  Triumph Global (Asia) Limited.



I/we designate Trading Agent LEONG KOON WAH as Agent and attorney-in-fact for the purpose of buying and selling margined foreign currency lots for the undersigned Customer’s Account (the "Account"), and at the Customer’s sole risk through Triumph Global (Asia) Limited, (hereafter referred as "TFXG").

An address on the first page of the document lists an address for TFX Global in Hong Kong.

A search of the address reveals it to be used by multiple businesses, indicating that it is no more than a rented mailbox.

Why Leong has registered his Forex business in Hong Kong, when he himself is operating out of Singapore is a mystery.

Adding fuel to the Ponzi fire is the following statement, which appears on the TFX Global website:

TFX Global does not service US entities or residents of any kind.

Well gee, I wonder why that is.

Could it be what little amount of Forex may or may not be going on serves only as a ruse to use newly invested funds to pay off existing investors?

Marketing presentations and the SingliWorld website itself are full of financial jargon, charts and general information. The idea is to obviously overwhelm visitors, seeing as SingliWorld itself is little more than a $1000 or more in, 5-15% a month ROI passive investment scheme.

The kind of people attracted to such claims aren’t going to understand or even try to understand the financial information presented on the SingliWorld site.

All they need to know is that some guy in Singapore, who has no verifiable history, is offering them a 5-15% ROI for infinity months.

There’s a reason the Monetary Authority of Singapore has put SingliWorld on their investor alert list, and it’s not because they are legitimate.

If SingliWorld were, surely they’d be able to clear up the situation with MAS and have their company removed from the list?

Yet there it remains.

Oh and surprise surprise, TFX Global are also on the MAS investor alert watchlist.

Yeah I know, bet you didn’t see that coming…

As with all Ponzi schemes, once new investment dries up SingliWorld are going to find themselves unable to meet their advertised 5-15% a month ROI obligations.

This will first manifest itself by way of the monthly ROI dropping and remaining at close to 5%, before either stopping altogether or dipping further.

At that point Hermes Leong does a runner, with anyone with funds still left in the scheme losing out.

 


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11. Ownership of site

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The information on this site is provided "as-is". TriumphFX does not warrant the accuracy of the materials provided herein, either expressly or impliedly, for any particular purpose and expressly disclaims any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. TriumphFX will not be responsible for any loss or damage that could result from interception by third parties of any information made available to you via this site. Although the information provided to you on this site is obtained or compiled from sources we believe to be reliable, TriumphFX cannot and does not guarantee the accuracy, validity, timeliness or completeness of any information or data made available to you for any particular purpose. Neither TriumphFX nor any of its affiliates, directors, officers or employees, nor any third party vendor will be liable or have any responsibility of any kind for any loss or damage that you incur in the event of any failure or interruption of this site, or resulting from the act or omission of any other party involved in making this site or the data contained therein available to you, or from any other cause relating to your access to, inability to access, or use of the site or these materials, whether or not the circumstances giving rise to such cause may have been within the control of TriumphFX or of any vendor providing software or services support.

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The nature of investment in Financial Instruments is such that not all Financial instruments are suitable for everyone unless they:

  • Are knowledgeable in investment matters,
  • Are able to bear the economic risk of the investment,
  • Understand the risk involved; and
  • Believe that the investment is suitable for their particular investment objective and financial needs.
  • Should any non-professional investor invests in Financial Instruments, it is advisable that only a part of the sums that the investor intents to invest for long-term should be so invested.
  • It is also advisable that all investors should seek advice from a professional investment advisor before making any investment in Financial Instruments.
  • TriumphFX reserve the rights to void any positions opened and was subsequently closed within 1 minute. Any profit, loss, and/or commission fees made through these transactions may be deemed invalid.

55. Link to other sites

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Any personal information you provide us will be treated as confidential and shared only within the Company, its affiliates and its business partners and will not be disclosed to any third party except under any regulatory or legal proceedings. For security purposes, our websites and systems track your visit pattern in details, including but not limited to, pages you have accessed, time of access, location of access, how you discovered this site, the frequency of visits and so on. The information we obtain is used to improve the content of our website and may be used by us to contact you, by any appropriate means, and to provide you with any information we believe may be useful to you.

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99. Revocation of bonuses

TriumphFX reserves the right to decline any or all bonus applications at its sole discretion, without the need to provide any justification or explanation for such a decline. Please take note that any remaining credit in your account will be revoked if you transfer your balance out of your account.


http://www.tfxi.com/about-us/legal-documents/terms-and-conditions

TriumphFX

Risk Disclosure

1Introduction

Foreign Exchange carries a high level of risk, and may not be suitable for all investors. Before deciding to trade with TriumphFX, clients are advised to carefully consider their investment objectives, financial status, level of experience, and risk tolerance. The possibility exists that clients could sustain a loss partial or all of your invested funds and therefore clients are advised not to invest capital that they cannot afford to lose. TriumphFX strongly advises clients to seek advice from an independent financial advisor if there are any doubts concerning the risks associated with foreign exchange.

2Risks on Leveraged Products

TriumphFX provides leverage for clients to trade on margin, from minimum leverage of 1:1 up to a maximum leverage of 1:500. For example, a trading contract on leverage of 1:500 will only require 0.2% of the contract value as margin. Small price movements in the underlying instruments will result in large potential gains/losses on the client's trade.
Trading on margin enables our clients to both receive high potential rewards and high potential losses. Trading on margin carries very high risks and TriumphFX strongly advise clients to evaluate their risk appetite before engaging in any trading activities using the leveraged provide by the company.

3Market Commentary

Any opinions, news, research, analyses, prices or other information contained on this website or linked to from this website are provided as general market commentary and do not constitute investment advice. TriumphFX is not liable for any loss or damage, including without limitation to, any loss of profit, which may arise directly or indirectly from use of or reliance on such information.

4Internet Trading Risks

TriumphFX uses an Internet-based trade execution system, employing high-end network services such as Logicworks to facilitate and host our database. Clients are advised that there are risks associated with utilising such a trading system including, but not limited to, the failure of hardware, software, and Internet connection. In an event such unfortunate event did occur the company reserve the rights to void such orders on its judgement.
TriumphFX cannot be held responsible for communication failures, distortions, and/or delays when clients trade via the Internet. TriumphFX employs backup systems and contingency plans to minimise the possibility of system failure.

http://www.tfxi.com/about-us/legal-documents/risk-disclosure

singliforex - ponzi scam


singliforex

Posted on June 8, 2015 by RedRhinoFX

What is it? Most likely a Ponzi scheme starting with marketing hype, copy and paste HYIP.

HYIP Scheme: Collect more than the amount of investment withdrawals and keep the gig going.

SingliForex offers managed accounts through the companies listed below. The trading performance is excellent and looks as if we can all join the holy grail today. Is it too good to be true?

Red Flag

Normally when you see a Forex Brokerage offer managed accounts it is a red flag of caution unless the managed accounts are independently managed by real traders that you actually know. It is too often to see Forex Brokerages being opened to solely manipulate their trading history to get investors ( starting of the ponzi). By falsifying the trading performance the Forex Brokerage can convince you to invest with them. Once you send your investment capital to the brokerage, they have just started the ponzi scheme.

Investment Fraud take time to unravel

These are the steps of a time-lined Ponzi Scheme.

  1. Broker will showcase manipulated trading history( Steady Performance , Holy Grail, Moderate performance , low drawdown )
  2. Investors will think it is real because they don’t know how trading histories can be manipulated
  3. Investors deposit their money to take advantage of the high rates of return on investment
  4. Fake trading system seems profitable/Daily Trading statements show profit (you earn a few percent each month)
  5. You make a withdrawal to confirm its real
  6. ( Broker acquired new investors since your investment: Paying out your monthly return is small money and easy)
  7. You invest more because you really think its real and are unaware of how easily a ponzi scheme works with Forex Brokerages
  8. You tell friends and family about your smart investments so they invest too
  9. Everyone is making profits and it sounds too good to be true
  10. You become skeptical because they never lose and you make money every month
  11. You tell friends and family that you are worried about your investment so you make a complete withdrawal of investment including all profits
  12. Your friends and family do the same
  13. You got your money but your friends are having problems and delays in their withdrawals
  14. They become worried and more skeptical than ever. They start asking around online and the investigation begins
  15. What company did we invest in, where is their company located, were they regulated and where are they regulated, is our money ensured?
  16. Withdrawals are slow and now many excuses from their support team
  17. They’re not responding to emails!!
  18. They’re website is down!!!!
  19. How do we get our money back?

If you invest through SingliForex or through any of the companies below you may has an opportunity to make a few withdrawals but like all ponzi schemes if everyone tries to pull their funds at the same time, it will eventually collapse.

These companies do not require much capital to start ,

  1. business registration
  2. server hosting
  3. Metaquotes Server License
  4. Payment processing

and ponzi schemes have potential to earn millions and possibly billions.

A Real ECN Brokerage

A profitable/real brokerage (profits through commission fee) take a good reputation that are established over long periods of time with five star customer service to maintain large volume( many traders actually making trades) to pay the bills. Happy traders tell other traders and its a slow process of word by mouth.

SingliForex

SuperMan EA:

http://www.myfxbook.com/members/singliworld

Ever wondered how to make your money work for you by generating between 5% to 15% average profits every month using Forex(Foreign Exchange Market) as an investment vehicle for passive income – LEONG WAH

https://www.facebook.com/singliforexseminar

LEONG KOON WAH

  1. singliworld@gmail.com
  2. SingliForex Website:
  3. Name Server: NS1.HOSTDUTY.COM
  4. Registrant Name: LEONG WAH
  5. Registrant Organization: LEONG WAH
  6. Registrant Street: 36 Purvis Street #02-05
  7. Registrant City: Singapore
  8. Registrant Postal Code: 18861
  9. Registrant Country: SG
  10. Registrant Phone: +1.6594664779

June 17 – Singapore, Singapore IP: 116.88.174.17

Daily Income

http://dailyincome.com.sg
We represent SingliWorld, Singliforex, TfxGlobal, Triumph Global (Asia) Limited

tfxglobal

Investor Alert: TFX Global
Room 805 – 807,
Yuen Long Commercial Centre
24 Kau Yuk Road,
Yuen Long N.T. Hong Kong
Email: support@tfxglobal.com
TFX Global and its subsidiaries are wholly owned by Triumph Global (Asia) Limited
support@tfxglobal.com
Name Server: MEGAN.NS.CLOUDFLARE.COM
http://www.tfxglobal.com
https://www.facebook.com/triumphfxglobal
Creation Date: 10-apr-2014
http://www.fxglobalmanagement.com
Name Server: NS37.DOMAINCONTROL.COM

Triumph Global

Investor Alert: Triumph Global (Asia) Limited
Units A-C, 25/F, Seabright Plaza, No. 9-23
Shell Street, North Point, Hong Kong

Rating: Ponzi
Date of Post: 2015-02-19
Review:

Hi, I was recently introduced to Singliworld and Truimph FX. I found that both the companies are under MAS’s alert list. How can we find out more info about them and their review. Thanks and happy lunar new year. – Andrew, Singapore, Singapore

TFXI

Name Server: NS1.TFXI.COM
Registrant Name: Triumph Int Limited
Registrant Organization:
Registrant Street: 2283 Columbus Centre,
Registrant Street: Road Town, Tortola
Registrant City: British Virgin Islands
http://www.tfxi.com

They destroyed my trading account from an equity of $5k to $1300. When I asked them about this they said they had set some wrong setting in my account due to which this had happened, but this is completely wrong as they had some worst traders who manages the account and that is the only reason I have lost my equity. – tradecomplaint.com – January 25, 2015

Triumph Int Limited

Who owns Triumph Int Limited?

HELMORES WEALTH TRUST COMPANY LIMITED – 100% shareholder of Triumph
Incorporation Date: 19 Nov 2010 –
Directors:Peter Brendon WYLLIE
http://www.business.govt.nz/companies/app/ui/pages/companies/3198806

HELMORES WEALTH LIMITED – 100% shareholder of HELMORES WEALTH TRUST COMPANY LIMITED
Incorporation Date: 03 Dec 2009
Directors – James CRILL – Peter Brendon WYLLIE – Raja Segaran S KRISHNAN
ShareHolders – James CRILL – Peter Brendon WYLLIE – TURVEY TRUSTEE LIMITED

TURVEY TRUSTEE LIMITED
Incorporation Date: 13 Sep 2011
Director – Alan James Kenneth BRUCE – Andrew MACKENZIE
ShareHolders – Morag Jane AYERS – Charlotte Elizabeth AYERS – Barbara Ann Fernie AYERS

Peter Brendon WYLLIE

New Zealand Lawyer for over 200 Registered Companies in New Zealand
https://nz.linkedin.com/pub/peter-wyllie-t-e-p/17/4b5/ba
Brand: Helmore Ayers
http://www.helmores.co.nz
Bar registration year : 2003

we were the agents for that company in NZ. That means we are not responsible, as we are not the principal but agent. Peter Brendon WYLLIE – Forex Peace Army – ibcfx.com

New Zealand

Participation in the Insurance & Savings Ombudsman Scheme Inc
Financial Markets Authority ("FMA"), which is the regulator of financial service providers in New Zealand
Investor Helpline: 0800 434 566
Financial Markets Authority Helpline: 0800 434 567
Address: Financial Markets Authority
DX Box CX10033
PO Box 106 672
Auckland 1143


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