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Oakley Capital Sponsoring Scammers

Oakley Capital Sponsoring Scammers

Oakley Capital Sponsoring Scammers

Oakley Capital is sponsoring falsehood peddlers. Oakley Capital owns Intergenia, a company that hosts the domain ForexBrokerz.com that is associated with reputation assassins. These are article writers hired by ForexBrokerz to create libelous references to companies that are considered competition to their sponsors in the Forex and Finance industry.

There are a number of false Scam Alerts that are posted on the Forexbrokerz.com site none of which are true. The author Sonya Ninova is a shady figure hired by ForexBrokerz to assist in their dissemination of financial disinformation and various scams.

One would expect that a company of Oakley Capital's stature would seek to distance themselves from such falsehood peddlers but so far all the emails I have sent to the following executives have gone unanswered and they are not picking my calls; Matt Wells, Charles Price, Sandra Garvey, Tell Ritterbach, Thomas Strohe and Christian Jaeger.

Anyone in the Finance sector should therefore be very careful when dealing with Oakley Capital, Forexbrokerz.com, Intergenia AG or Sonya Ninova.

RE: Oakley Capital Sponsoring Scammers

Hi Bubtroge,
Oakley Capital is out of business.
They were shut down by the goverment in Sweeden.
I received an email from someone telling me they where shut down and to contact them, which I did, but never heard another reply, after several weeks the platform would not connect.

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