Money catch is an Australia unclaimed money scheme that expertly uses many sophisticated techniques to defraud the public.
Money Catch Professionals is a very well developed scheme, it appears, reads, and sounds great- they use content marketing and internet marketing to dupe you into trusting them. As an internet marketer, I found their subtle use of graphics, well written (fake websites), colour and phoney credentials or ones acquired for a few dollars very intriguing. They trademark their name to make it seem trustworthy. They use terminology that induces trust and authority. They offer free service to entice you. All well planned. Money Catch refers you to its customer reviews and its accreditation all fake.Money catch Australia seems to mess about. Trading in its customer’s financial data and personal identity, and then denying doing so.
Trusted business reviews have a long list of reviews attesting to this,
There are also other complaints about them on other websites like Complaints Board Australia, Reviews Talk, Pissed Consumer Australia, YouTube Complaints, YouTube Reviews, Blog Forums and many more online just search for their business reviews. Just beware as there are also complaints that they buying fake reviews on fiver to post on their site click here.
Money catch also employs a large lot of solicitors for a business seemingly doing the right thing and being ‘the leading professionals’ (not), they refer to several legal firms in their responses to customer complaints. Why would a good business require to threaten with mentions of two legal firms? Smells fishy and it is. The aim of referring to their many lawyers is to make the reader believe they must be telling the truth and also to intimidate the customers thinking of complaining about them. Read their legally worded notices and tell me why an honest business needs so many legal firms representing it! I can’t help but think’ only criminals need lawyers to hide behind’.