We receive dozens of fraudulent emails every day through our various email addresses, leading us to scam campaigns and scams via false promises. The good news here is that we no longer have to search for scams, but the scams find their way to us. They are practically asking us to issue a warning against them. For example, today, an email led us (once again) to the fraudulent TESLER campaign (www.gmxzxwbp.xyz/tesler-3), and from there, we came to the Invexeo broker scam (http://www.invexeo.com) after registering. As the facilitating payment processor, we found once again PayNetEasy and Pay Credits.
Invexeo is a typical white-label broker scam that is supposedly regulated by Global Finance Authority (GFA) with license number 1837C562. Bullshit, this is! This GFA is a fake regulator that pretends to be a global watchdog over financial markets at domain http://www.globalfinauthority.com.
The Invexeo scam works with the PayNetEasy (www.payneteasy.com) cashier. As a payment processor for credit and debit cards, we once again have uncovered Pay Credits (http://www.pay-credits.com), operated by UK-registered VertexTech Ltd. Over the last couple of weeks, we have exposed Pay Credits as a scam-facilitating payment processor in several broker scams, such as Capital of Focus (http://www.capitaloffocus.com) scam (read this report) or AroxCapital (read this report). The Hungarian Ljudmila Mohacsek is the registered director and beneficial owner of this high-risk payment processor (Companies House).