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Honestly, with a name like ‘Money Catch’, no wonder the whole thing was just a really well-polished scam.

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I pulled out before signing any contract with them after they asked for my personal identification. I don’t care how official they look, I don’t make a habit of giving up my ID so easily, especially to a company with completely unverifiable facts and statistics.

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Half the links on their site are either dead, or they lead to barely put together flashy sites that look suspiciously similar in design to the Money Catch homepage.

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Despite advertising a relatively large team of professionals, my attempts to speak directly to anyone other than the sales rep who called me were rudely rebuffed. Doesn’t take a genius to realize that there wasn’t anyone else on hand. If you want my advice, I’d say stay the hell away from Money Catch because they aren’t half as flashy as they look first glance and the service gets progressively worse as you start to ask more and more questions.

– Aron Darking (Money Catch Scam Victim)

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From: “Mr. Benjamin Mannix” (may be fake)
Date: Thu, 9 Feb 2017 17:41:44 +0200
Subject: Re: Response to your mail…mmmmmm


Dear Sir/Madam

Again, please accept our apologies for the delayed payment. Payment approval has been given in your favor. So we wish to allay your fears and assure you of the final release of your fund(s). You are to respond immediately to discuss mode and schedule of payment processing. The funds shall be released within 7 working days from the moment your information is confirmed and verified; with all requisite legal payment processing completed. Continue reading “Money Catch Fraud Email | 419 Email Scam”