R4I – Israeli Tigloo provides scam-facilitating services to scams and CySEC CIFs

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In recent weeks, dozens of fraudulent marketing campaigns have been made around Bitcoins. We will only mention Bitcoin Prime, Bitcoin Profit, Bitcoin Champion, or Bitcoin Circuit. These fraudulent campaigns had the sole purpose of catching victims for scams and illegally operating regulated CySEC brokers. One of the companies through which these fraudulent campaigns are organized and run is Tigloo (www.tigloo.io) in Ramat Gan, Tel Aviv, Israel. For example, today, the Bitcoin Prime campaign is running through the Kalite Network platform made by Tigloo.

We do have a rather long list of CySEC companies using fraudulent campaigns to chase clients with illegal and fraudulent methods. Anyone who is directed today via an email to the Bitcoin Prime campaign on the unpronounceable website Gmxzxwbp (https://gmxzxwbp.xyz/bitcoin-prime) is then led to a broker scam via the Kalite Network traffic hub (https://platform.kalitenet.com). This platform is operated by the Israeli company Tigloo (http://www.tigloo.io), specializing in traffic management. In plain language, Tigloo designs and operates fraudulent marketing campaigns together with partners to catch victims for scams and illegally operating regulated CySEC investment firms. And Tigloo is one of their partners of choice.

Israeli Gai Winter is CEO of Tigloo Online Technologies

One of Tigloo partners is PandaTS, the Israeli white-label broker hub operator of Maor Lahav, through which dozens of scams are operated, attacking victims in North America, Asia, and Europe. another one is Leverate, a CySEC-regulated investment firm.

Tigloo presents itself as “Tigloo Online Technologies” and has links to 20 profiles of employees on its LinkedIn profile. Israeli Gai Winter (LinkedIn) has served as the company’s CEO since July 2020.

We would like to know more about Tigloo and its activities. If you have any information in this regard, we would be grateful if you could share it with us.

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