Ethereum Global review

Read our Ethereum Global review carefully to see why we do NOT recommend this broker for trading. Just to clear doubts this is a review.

Who are they?

After taking a look at their website, it shows that they do not fall under any regulating agency. That is a MAJOR RED FLAG!! That should be enough for you NOT to invest with them. And they also work with websites that offer “Automated trading software” which is another red flag, as this kind of websites are notoriously famous for scamming schemes.

So Ethereum Global is just another unregulated forex broker, which means the customers are not protected, and there is highly likely they will get away with your hard earned money and there will be no regulating agency to hold them responsible.

How does it work?

Usually unregulated forex brokers work in the following way. They will call people to persuade them to make the initial minimum deposit, while trying any conceivable method in order to make that happen. They will offer deals that sound too good to be true, like we will double your initial deposit or you will make $100 per day easily. Please don’t fall for anything they say!!! It is a SCAM! After making the initial deposit, people get transferred to a smarter scammer, called a “retention agent”, who will try to get more money out of you.

Withdrawing funds

You should submit a withdrawal request ASAP, because your funds are never safe with an unregulated broker. And here is when things get tricky.

If you want to withdraw your money and it does not matter if you have profits or not, they will delay the withdrawing process for months. If they delay it for six months, you won’t be able to file a chargeback anymore and your money is gone for good. It does not matter how often you remind them or insist in withdrawing your money, you will NOT get them back. And if you signed the Managed Account Agreement or MAA, which is basically authorizing them to do anything they want on your account, they will lose all your funds so there won’t be anything to request anymore.

How to get your money back?

If you already deposited your money with them and they refuse to give your money back, which is very likely to happen, don’t worry, it might be a way or two to get your money back.
First of all you need to keep the emails as a proof that you have been requesting the money back from them but they don’t give it to you, or they delay the process for too long, with the intention of not refunding your money.

The first thing you should do is perform a chargeback! And you should do this right away! Contact your bank or credit card provider and explain how you were deceived into depositing for a trading company that is not regulated and they refuse to give your money back. This is the simplest way of getting your money back and is also the way that hurts them the most. Because if there are many chargebacks performed, it will destroy their relation with the payment service providers. If you haven’t done this before or you are not sure where to start or how to present your case to your bank or credit card company, we can assist you in preparing your chargeback case. Just contact us at [email protected] but do not let your broker know they you read this article or that you are in contact with us.

What about wires?

If you sent them a wire, there is no way to perform a chargeback on a wire. For this step you need to raise the fight to a different level. Tell them that you will go to the authorities and file a complaint against them. That will get them to rethink the refund possibility. Another thing you can do is prepare a letter or email for the regulating agencies. Depending on the country where you live, you can search on google to find the regulating agency for Forex brokers in that country. After that you can prepare a letter or an email describing how you got deceived from them. Make sure you show this letter or email to them, and tell them you will send it to the regulating agency if they don’t refund your money. If you do not know where to start, reach for us at [email protected] and we will help you with this step as well.

Make sure you leave reviews about Ethereum Global in other sites

Another way to hurt them and save other people from falling victims is to leave bad reviews on other sites, and describe shortly what happened. If you fallen victim please leave a review and a comment on this site at the comment section.

Ethereum Global Review Conclusions

Making the Ethereum Global review is actually a pleasure for us, and we hope to save as many people as possible from losing their hard earned money. A good rule of thumb is to carefully review all the Forex companies and any other company for that matter, before you perform any transaction. We hope that our Ethereum Global review has been helpful to you. If you have any questions or you need an advice about the withdrawing process, feel free to contact us at [email protected]

If you like to trade please do it with a trustworthy, regulated broker, by choosing one of the brokers listed below.



  1. I started to invest with Ethereum Global Four weeks ago . They build up nearly £100K within this period. I have been trying to withdraw my investment and profit for the past 10 working days without any luck. They now have deleted my access, never replied to my calls or refund my deposit. They work with Blockchain requesting to pay the TAX and when paid they say it has gone to a Frozen account. DO not give access to ANYDESK. They have a team of Solicitors and other so call tax agents. DO not fall for this SCAM. I can provided names and telephone numbers. The Company is based in Switzerland.

  2. I also started to invest about 4 weeks ago only the minimum amount and it has doubled, but Greg Phillips keeps hassling me as I haven’t got onto anydesk.. To be honest I am quite worried about it as I don’t know if they can view bank accounts or indeed get any money from them. I am supposed to be getting a call tomorrow but (although it sounded so good. and my husband has just died so I thought it may bring in some money) I really want to just close it down.
    You have a lot more to lose than I so hopefully you will be able to get a refund of your investment.
    I am so pleased I read this as I was supposed to be getting a call tomorrow to open up Anydesk
    Thank you

  3. To day 7 may 2020 my agent contact me because I said in an email I wanted to stop and withdraw my investment. The agent got angry and said I wasted his time and hang up. I did a withdrawal request and the only massage on the screen is “cancel”. When I read your article I will not get back my money. I will send you an email and will ask for help so as described in the article

  4. To clement michael. in reply to your post. I to have invested with this company and having problems. Have you heard the name Peter Olson ? he is the person i am speaking to. He to asked me to open Anydesk.

  5. David, This was the so called Senior Agent Peter O;sen. He is a SCAMMER. I lost all my money with him. If you can withdraw all funds.

  6. I was being called every day by Peter Olson who kept trying to get me to open Anydesk, I kept stalling as I was still unsure and now I have Adam Reed another Senior Financial Adviser calling everyday and sending
    e-mails asking for a suitable time to call.

  7. The whole Company is a SCAM. Peter Olson is another Senior Financial Adviser. He with others Scammed me. Take care.

  8. I had another phone call from Adam Reed yesterday with a load of waffle about how I could pay my mortgage off in half the time etc, in the end I just said ” So the purpose of this call is to get me to invest more money” and he said yes £1000 – £2000, so I am going to try to get back what I have made already £783 and lead him on to think I will invest more once I have my money back, not holding out much hope, he’s calling again tomorrow !!!

  9. The same happened to myself, invested a lot of money and lost all to Peter Olson and Greg Phillips. they promised to pay all the money back, then asked me to pay a further amount in the thousands in order for the payment to go through. These people are evil, and they’re punishment will come to them soon. Does anyone know how we can track them down, I am trying to find a location so we can meet face to face. DO NOT TRUST THEM!

  10. John, The address is there on Peter Olson with his photograph. The above names keep on appearing SCAMMERS.

  11. This is the Company and Man behind the Scam I’m going after them


    Company number 12104024

    7 Whitlock Drive, London, United Kingdom, SW19 6SL
    Role ACTIVE
    Date of birth
    Date of birth
    February 1993
    Appointed on
    15 July 2019

    PANTLING, Damien Joseph

    February 1993
    Appointed on
    15 July 2019
    Country of residence
    United Kingdom
    Chartered Accountant

  12. Has anyone been asked to pay tax before they can withdraw their so-called profit? I invested a lot of money back in February and they have been hounding me ever since for a crypto tax of £12,000 which I have refused to pay. I’ve been in contact with the Swiss Tax office and they have said as a UK resident I would never be asked to pay a Swiss Tax. I’m going after them too and have reported them to International Fraud. I’ve been dealing with Adrian Reyes and Mark Shepherd.

  13. Hi

    This is a massive grooming scam. The trade site is not real and you will probably never see your deposit again. I was caught by them and I’m doing my best to research all I can to destroy their game. The faces o. The site are fake. Your account manager is a crook and his picture is not him the reviews on trustpilot are all fake I have done a trace of all reviewers and none of the faces match the names. Keep in touch about what you can do to to stop them.

  14. Hi I started off the my comments back in March 2020. Yes I was asked to pay Tax but I fell for it, Please report to Action Fraud as they want more people to report.

  15. Hi, i also became suspicious about trust pilot reviews and did more investigation..they are all fake. I started investing in March, but not sure what is best way to go about recovery.. Are you in contact with fraud office in uk? Has anybody managed to withdraw any funds?
    John did you manage to make contact with Pantling?

  16. No not tried as yet. I am still on the inside in Ethereum global. My account manager Benjamin H Childers is not aware I know he is a scammer (Spread that name everywhere) to warn people. He is American and will tell you he was a stock broker in New York before moving to London. I ask everyone who reads this to spread the company name or .com don’t go anywhere near this lot, they are smart and will do all they can to look credible. I am going to contact action fraud also as soon as I have a bit more info. There are companies out there that will advise they can get you a refund. No chance is the truth on that. Had one today that wanted £1200 up front to get me a refund. Based on Israel. The world centre of crypto scamming.

    Banks have signed up to an action fraud for wire transfer scam so speak to your Bank even to highlight what has happened so they can mark Ethereum as corrupt. L

  17. I managed to get back my investment after 5 persons (Raymond Pratt, Adam ??, Greg Philips, James Griffin and Daniel Mills). Now i started to get back the provit I made. But I think that I may be glad to have my investment. In the mean while I have dozens of email saved.

  18. Hi Wim when did you originally start investing with them? Would be good to hear how your convo went with them to get a positive result

  19. It’s good to know that I’m not the only person who’s convinced these guys are crooks. I’m also relieved that ‘trust pilot’ cannot be trusted as that was bothering me. The numbers that they ring you on are GUNs Geographical Unassigned Numbers, used by scammers, where you can’t ring them back. The ‘Certified Blockchain Expert’ certificates can be ‘acquired’ from a company called CloudFlare in San Francisco. I reported Ethereum Global to Action Fraud back in February but have heard nothing. I also reported them to Blockchain, Bitpanda and Binance (the cryptocurrency platform they use) but no-one was really interested. I urge you all to report this company to FINMA (Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority) This is the link:

  20. I was just been scammed as well, I started investing with Ethereum-Global ,and my account being managed by Michael Laurens.
    late April and by June they manage to convince me making a total investment profit of over 18k including my investment deposit and he almost push me to take £10k loan to add to the investment but luckily for me that did not go through.
    The problem started when I requested to withdraw my profit and they are now asking me to pay crypto Tax of over £3k which I refused that this can be taking out of the total profit and balance paid to me but they refused which is synonymous with their trick . I now realised they are scammers going by all reviews before me.

  21. I have had a reply from FINMA and have passed on all the Ethereum Global company details. This was the reply:

    Thank you for contacting FINMA. A company called “ethereum global” has no license by FINMA and no seat in Switzerland. You are welcome to provide us with the link to the website of ethereum global as well as the Swiss address they provide so that we can take a closer look at this provider.

    Please note that we will not be able to help you get your investment back. This would be the responsibility of the civil courts. If you suspect fraud, you should indeed contact your local criminal authority.

    Please consult and for further information.

    Kind regards

    Christina Bürgi
    General Secretariat and Communication
    Strategic Services Division

    Eidgenössische Finanzmarktaufsicht FINMA
    Autorité fédérale de surveillance des marchés financiers FINMA
    Autorità federale di vigilanza sui mercati finanziari FINMA
    Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority FINMA

    Laupenstrasse 27, CH-3003 Berne
    Tel. +41 31 327 91 73
    Fax +41 31 327 91 01

    [email protected]
    [email protected]

  22. HI Steve, Probably you noticed I am from Holland so forgive my poor English.
    I started on march 10 and donate 250 euro with the guy Mark Copeland and asigned to Raymond Pratt. A few days later Ethereum Global (.com) could not be reached. After a few days I got an email that for safety reasons it should be (.co). Then I started to have some questions. I spoke to Raymond and explained and that I want to see how we could transfere money back. We agreeded to 50 euro. In the meanwhile it looks like we dit well (you can see my 250 went up with 322) After we managed to do so he called me and wanted that I donated another 1000 euro. When he was convinced that I did not want to do it he hang up on me and said I wasted his time. Then they gave me Adam ??? and after a while Greg Philips. Then came James Griffin. After several conversations I managed to convince him to transfer 200 so that i had back my investment. I can tell you I had a lot of telephone calls and mails (32) to managed it.
    A few days later I got Daniel Mills after I did a withdrawal for the provid of 322. In the conversation I said that I wanted to stop en pull out the money and asked for James Griffin. He said I make a note and today I have another guy Jeff B (without a last name). So I think I don’t hear anymore from them. But we will see

    03/16/2020 09:19 50.00€ Money transferred to user
    05/25/2020 05:03 200.00€ Money transferred to user
    6/13/2020 11:30 322.00€ PendingCancel


  23. @John and @Abbey – It looks like i’ve been “groomed”.
    I’m dealing with Raymond Pratt who has managed my acc so far and is currently at £48K.
    I’ve asked to withdraw £30K and he’s asking me to pay the tax through Blockchain ltd before releasing the funds.
    Based on comments in this forumn, I obviously won’t, but how do I go about getting my funds back without raising suspicion and who would you recommend reporting this to in the UK, to guide me?

  24. Hi Ive done this too. I think there is no way any of us can retrieve our money.

    These people are quite clever – crypto is not regulated, therefore, they can do what they want, given that we all voluntarily gave our money too them.

    I think it may all be the same people but using different names.

    Even if we got investment back….i couldnt care less about the profits.



  25. Hi Andy, I notified FINMA (Swiss Financial Authority) and they said this:

    Neither Ethereum-Global not Blockchain Ltd have a license by FINMA for an activity in financial market. FINMA always follows up on information it receives from private persons.
    If, during the investigations, it emerges that supervisory law has been breached, FINMA will take the necessary measures. But we will not be able to inform you further.

    However, I can already tell you that the pretext of paying taxes prior to a release of a payment does not correspond to reality.

    Please note that we will not be able to help you get your investment back. This would be the responsibility of the civil courts. If you feel you have been victim of a fraud, we suggest that you contact your local police authorities.

    Please consult and for further information.

  26. With regards to paying tax on investment profit, this is an email I received from the Swiss Tax Office:
    “All foreign investors without tax residence in Switzerland are asked to consult their tax authorities or tax advisors about the tax implications of buying, holding, or selling of crypto currencies as foreign tax laws apply. From a Swiss tax perspective, a deduction for a capital gains tax made by the broker for a foreign investor is incomprehensible.”

  27. THEY HAVE BEEN ON THE PHINE AGAIN WITH A NEW NUMBER AND A NEW AGENT. THIS TIME ROBERT MARTIN. (Fake Name). A new telephone number that is 0207 9460482. And 0207 7931 1656

    New guy might pretend he does not know what you are talking about and try to reassure you they are real. He said he would speak to his supervisor about withdrawing then left me on hold for about 20 minutes before hanging up.

  28. To day I spoke the same guy Robert Martin. I said I want to stop and withdrawing the provit money. He said after 5 minutes of discussions that he will stop the account and put back the money. I am sure this will not happen but I am luckey what I see that I have my investment back.

  29. How did you get your initial investment back. Did they offer this or did they do it to try and get more money out of you?

  30. I think “Wim” may be part of their team.
    I spoke to my Raymond today and he was aware of all the comments on this site, including mine, so i think they get updates just like th rest of us.
    I’ve been passwed to the Tax department and advised to pay the tax prior to withdrawing any funds.

  31. I too was asked to pay tax prior to the release of my funds though blockchain Ltd. When asked Brian Walsh for blockchain Ltd for company details he just sent be a company number which belonged to another company. In addition I have found that their trading platform seems fake. Just one example I have which seems conclusive on a deal the platform shows a starting price of 62.451 however the low for the day the deal took place was 71.70.
    I have reported my experience and findings to action fraud. I have no more to say but hope the above may be of assistance

  32. I too was asked to pay a tax through blockchain. When I asked for the company details of blockchain ltd I was just provided with a company number which belonged to someone else.
    In addition I believe that the trading platform may be suspect. Reason – just as one example on one deal the starting price was 62.451 but however on that day the low was 71.70.
    I have reported my experience and findings to Action Fraud.

  33. Mike,
    Sorry that you believe that I am part of this. See my comment on the 17 of june maybe then you see that I am a victum to I tried to contact James Griffin because with him I succeeded te get money back but as you can see his account is blocked.
    Because it is going this way this we be my last contribution
    But did not Einstein already said the comparison between the universe and stupid people is infinity

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  34. I have employed an expert to do a trace on what is happening to all these investments. Yesterday he did a next generation trace and a cash-out transfer was made worth about $700,000 USD. He has urged me to contact Action Fraud again to try to escalate the case to the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau for investigation.

  35. Hi Abby, I have also reported to Action Fraud 10 days ago .. but have heard nothing. I am seriously beginning to wonder if I was actually discussing the case with them. I have also reported to FINMA and got exactly the same response as you.

  36. Hi Steve, I have made contact with a no-nonsense debt collection agency who deal face to face EU wide. I’m waiting to confirm their services and hopefully they will handle these guys like they deserve.

    • @Mick be careful with money recovery agencies as they tend to take your money and do nothing about it. Avoid paying big upfront fees.

  37. Virtually exactly the same has happened to me (I feel like a total idiot) – transferred Bitcoin with promises of profitable returns then get this frankly laughably fake Tax Request from “The Blockchain” when I requested a withdrawal. They are trading under the name “LTC – Markets”. I’m starting a fraud claim with my bank today, to be honest I’m not expecting a great outcome but anything that can become a thorn in these bastard’s sides has got to be a good thing.

  38. Be careful with recovery agencies. I have been in contact with a few. They all say the same. They need £1200 up front to cover the investigation and then 10% of whatever they recover. On speaking to one of the investigators they didn’t seem to know a lot about how to search out these scammers. I gave him more information on how to search than he gave me. So look out for Jonathan Weinberg. Jacob Stone. Both based in Israel. Red flag. That place is the crypto scam capital of the world.
    They sound very convincing quite possibly because they are unaware they work for a scam company.
    I have also spoken to a uk agency who said without your banks support you have zero chance of recovery and don’t let anyone else tell you they can do especially for an upfront fee. We don’t want a double hit on us.

  39. Thanks John and funny you mention Israel, I read in the book McMafia that that’s the centre of the human trafficking trade of people from the Eastern blocks.

    Anyway, I was looking at a local company who advised a lot of these scammers are also based in Cyprus. They want to meet in person so they know I’m a real person and not a time waster. We’ll see.

    In the meantime I got another call from someone at EG saying I needed to pay my tax first. I asked to have a FaceTime call and he said no as he was on an internet connection because he didn’t want to get radiation from a mobile phone and he had to be anonymous lol. What a scumbag

  40. Wow! I have just been scammed. Going by all the comments here. £7200 in total. Peter Olson and Sean Larson.

  41. You sure have now report it to Finma and actionfraud and your bank. Don’t beat yourself up about it They are good and probably scammed over a million out of people. Worst thing you can do now is nothing. Fight back and shout loud. The scammers rely on your shame and silence.

  42. I too have been requested to pay Tax up front, the value 0f £4727, I will not do this as I see the comments on this site and paying Tax before receiving the payouts is a big red line. I initially only requested to take out the majority of my initial investment and not the full value of the account including profits. on profits they appear to be fake as the prices on their web application doesn’t reflect what I see in Coinbase. One note is I have managed to receive back £3000 of my total investment of £9300 as they thought I was going to invest a lot more, the person I was dealing with called himself Michael Laurens but I suspect that is also fake

  43. Do not pay the tax.I am also a victim and asked to pay tax.
    My account was managed by same so called Michael Laurens.

  44. I was also requested to pay £13,600 tax on a £64,000 profit UPFRONT. Since I couldn’t afford anymore they decided to pay the tax on my behalf and am to pay them back. As such I agreed to allow them to pay monies from other clients into my bank account which they withdrew immediately through coinbase. The last payment was Monday with the promise that my money is on the way to my account… I need Help!!!!

  45. @John. I had Jacob Stone as well, that wAnted £800 to recover all my investment. Coinbase have just closed my account after I accused them of allowing Peter Olson of Ethereum Global to remove £4,600 of bitcoins from my wallet “Without authorisation” on Monday.

  46. Fca. Coinbase is a uk regulated company called CB payments ltd. you can find them on companies house. Then report them to the FCA financial conduct authority. The. Report that to your bank.

  47. I have already reported to Action Fraud. The Police have looked into my matter going back to March 2020. They advised if more people complain about this Co they might take some actions. Please report all Frauds via Action Fraud to police

  48. I have reported to Action fraud and joined the Facebook campaign I was scammed 5k and John Huntington has refused to payback my daughter. So I guess mine is also gone.

  49. Ethereum Global ask people to use coinable to give them the money, this way it is far more difficult to get your money back. Coinbase should be looking at this and put in place measures to prevent money being transfers to Ethereum Global. Failing to do this should get coinbase negative reviews as well. I would also urge all people that have been caught by this scam to report to your respective countries Fraud authorities, I have done this for my case

    SCAM SCAM SCAM SCAM SCAM !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Extremely ugly people I urge everybody to KEEP AWAY
    Greg Phillips you are souless .

  51. After 6 months EG will not leave me alone. I should probably report them for harassment now! Yet another call today, fake name: Richard Brown (Swedish accent – hilarious!) in fact I think I recognised him as Adrian Reyes, and new fake London number 02079002147. We need to bring these people to justice, they are evil.

  52. Their site has been taken down. Has anyone been given a new address as it went from .com to .co about 4 months ago.

    I have had a report back from trustpilot who are banning them from adding fake reviews.

    The police are working on actionfraud to do what they can. I have had a phone call from them with an update.

    They will just keep re inventing themselves so we have to keep attacking them making life difficult for them and getting info out there so no one else gets caught by them. Keep at it.

  53. I have just had an email from Action Fraud letting me know that they have escalated my case to the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau. It’s really important that we all report this to Action Fraud as the more people who report Ethereum Global, the more notice the authorities will take. The algorithms in their database will pick up a repeated complaint.

  54. Invested with Ethereum Global, cant believe they got into my head and I invested so much on the basis to build a better life for the family, lost years of saving, cold heartless scum. We need to do more and bring these people down, justice before they keep ruining others. When I joined there was only a couple of reviews, looks like they hit people hard in May to recruit. Is there anything else we can do?

  55. I was advised by an information security manager at our bank to take it up with the police. This is fraud/theft more so than cyber crime.

  56. ( is the new address all you need to do is type in your details and it will take you on to the usual website i went on and intentionally lost all monies in the account. i have only lost £150 as i managed to get £100 back cos they were trying to get me to invest £15.000 which a person called john hall talked me into taking out from a company called livelend but when i saw the money in my bank account i almost took a panic attack and sent the money straight back to the loan company then after a few phonecalls which i ignored i noticed the website wasn’t working but someone on trustpilot put the new address up so i was able to get on to site……good luck to everyone i hope you all manage to get some of your cash back i know i dodged a bullet and will never invest in anything again.

  57. It has been escalated to national fraud squad but there is not much hope as as cyber crime is not taken seriously by the police as only 1 officer per town station is working on cyber yet the latest is 435 million pounds has been scammed away in he last year. They are getting away with huge sums as the authorities don’t now how to stop it. The new .io worked for me but the site is poor not set up for phone properly.

  58. Is it worth putting all of our names forward collectively to authorities…so that they are fully aware of the size of the crime? It seems that we are not being taken seriously on an individual basis

  59. Ok I have an update on my position. I have contacted the following – my bank (TSB) – dead end, they won’t help if the initial transfer out of my account was authorised by me, FINMA – dead end, they only help with registered companies and also say LTC Markets (Ethereum Global) has no physical presence in Switzerland, the FCA – dead end, similar response to FINMA, Action Fraud – report logged with them but no response so far (been about a week), Met Police – initially tried reporting online but their reporting menu system is a pretty blunt tool and ends up redirecting me to Action Fraud. Coinbase (my crypto wallet provider) – they say they are referring my case to a “specialist” – at least that isn’t “not our problem, go away” so will wait and see. I also contacted a Company called Chargeback but the only operate in the USA, they did however refer me to the UK version known as Fundrecovery which is the trading name of Quadrance Finance,who are a registered company and regulated by the FCA. I’ve just had a call from them and they can track the funds (based on my wallet address and the receivers wallet address) sent to their last known / current location but this carries a £700 cost to carry out. The point being that I could then pass that information onto the Police’s fraud dept to follow up. This of course assumes the funds haven’t been split up a hundred times into a hundred wallets and then spent in a hundred different places. Oh and also reported my case to BBC Watchdog, you never know, the more light gets shed on these w*nkers the less people get stung. Will update if I get any further news

  60. James Hamilton
    James Hamilton
    1 review
    1 star: Bad
    Updated 4 days ago
    ethereum global .io is a scam try companies house BABB PLATFORM LTD IF THIS HELPS
    ethereum global .io is a scam. I started on march 2020 with £200 they got me to download any desk so they can set it up for me all went well until they trying to get more money of me to invest when I told them no after a lot of phone calls and about six new managers I got Daniel mills as my manager he also tried to get me to put more money in I told him no my money went up to £900 in my trading acc this man Daniel mills went into my bank acc and transferred £24000 of my money against my will into my Coinbase acc then into my trading acc when I asked hime what he was doing he said it was a mistake and it would be sorted I also did not no that they tried to transfer another £23000 out of my bank acc the same day but my bank blocked it after a lot of phone calls about my £24000 I wanted back into my bank account he said if I want it back I will have to pay tax I told no way I ended up I hade to block him from my phone and told him to email me he did email me and told me that as I keep hanging up on him that he has decided to close my account of £119873.25 and send it to charity. THIS IS FRAUD DO NOT GO NEAR THEM. SCAM

  61. These guys are now operating as – same guys, different names. The scam profile is EXACTLY the same and their web site is fake and their address is not real.
    Chris Cashwell, John Campbell, Brian Walsh, Mike Levine are a few of the names they are currently using

  62. I’m very disappointed with Action Fraud. I was able to pinpoint the exchange address at BINANCE where these crooks cashed out but it seems the jurisdiction net doesn’t reach that far. The only thing I can say is that if enough victims report they may sit up and take notice. They sent me the following email.

    I am sorry to hear you have been a victim of crime. Thank you for taking the time to report to Action Fraud. Your report has been sent to the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) for review.

    Experts at the NFIB examine the information you provide. Where possible, the information is also matched against other available data in order to enrich and corroborate the details of the fraud. The NFIB assess whether there are viable lines of enquiry that would enable a law enforcement body, such as the police service, to investigate.

    On this occasion, based on the information currently available, it has not been possible to identify a line of enquiry which a law enforcement organisation in the United Kingdom could pursue.

    Registered users of our service have the opportunity to update their report, so if you have additional information about your crime which you believe could change the assessment, please log in to your account and submit that information. We continuously assess the content of individual and linked crime reports; in the event that a line of enquiry is identified we will provide you with an update.

    Please be assured that by contacting us you are giving the police vital information that they need to protect you and others. The information you have provided may be used to disrupt criminal activity and inform prevention advice and campaigns.

  63. Did anyone else receive this email? If you did, don’t go near them. They are not registered with the Swiss Bar Association, the address is random and the interface on the website does not function as you would expect.

    Dear Abby,
    This email serves to confirm our attempts of contacting you in recent times.

    For future reference, I will be using this number + 41-815-087-339, please keep it in your records as I’m sure that you are still receiving a large number of international phone calls. We are a commercially registered legal service provider from Zurich, Switzerland, and our area of expertise is online fraud. The reason for our attempts to contact you is the information we have recently obtained which outlines your involvement with a fraudulent online trading firm. After our initial contact with the ownership group we are working against they came back to us claiming not to know of you or to have ever received any money from you.

    In the event you are aware of this situation and have sufficient evidence showing: Affiliation, capital exchange, inappropriate customer treatment and refusal of withdrawal of principal we may be able to assist you with claiming back what was unlawfully taken from you. Please make sure to cancel any Credit/Debit cards that may have been used with this fraudulent trading firm and let me know when would be the best time for me to call you so we can discuss your legal options.

    Victims of online fraud are frequently being contacted by various companies offering to recover their stolen “investments”. It is imperative to verify the legitimacy of such entities as most of them are not genuine. If you consider hiring the services of a firm that claims to have the resources to retrieve your funds, make sure to insist on engaging in a video chat with one of their representative

    Best regards,
    Eugene Klein
    Claim Agent
    Email: [email protected]
    Phone: +41 815 087 339

  64. Hi Abby Noye
    Jacob Zusman ,Eugene Klein are just part of scammers nothing else , they send me exactly same email with form which I fill and send back to them that I authorised them to represent me against Company who still all my Money IQ Global Market Pulse , with main Names Mike Lawman and Oscar Newman , they call me 2 times from this number +41815087339 and told me that I will got £ 101000.00 because of hard time i got with Market Pulse , they work on No win no Fee and I was happy to send them photocopy off my passport once I got money I need to pay them 25% process will take 1 Year, but few days after I got phone call from London and Eugen Klein told me if I want to have Money for 5 Days I only need to pay Tax to Hong Kong where is company base , After contacting my cousin who live in Zurich he send me link how to cheeked who is registered on their address Address: 136 Forchstrasse
    8032, Zürich. and I found 8 different small companies but phone number they put on Phone: +41 815 087 339 is not one from Zurich , is from town call chur , and when I search Google Maps is about 1and half hour driving from Zurich , they are just part of scammers nothing else

  65. It’s a massive global scam. Do not go near Ethereum global or any other similar name. Do not engage anyone who says they can get your money back. They can’t. it’s gone

  66. Hi John
    This is just one of them Market Pulse IQ Global Evolution Ltd with their tem Mike Lavan , Oscar Neman, Laura Bello, Cris Cutey , Sofee Barga and more are dertiest scamers on erth , if anibody come cross this names runawey , They are botom off botom

    My trading platform crashed yesterday afternoon 05/05/21 and has not yet come back on again. They had managed to gain GBP 2350 on my behalf, but then did not respond to any of my requests. I started to use the trading platform myself without the least knowledge about crypto trading or the platform. I made many mistakes down to around GBP 950 but learnt a lot from that. When my trading platform lost all its information I had invested around GBP 1550 and was onto another winning streak (better than GBP 100) when my information disappeared and it has not been repaired since then. About a month ago the trades that I had running at the time crashed and my statement showed that I owed around 2.1 mio GBP. They corrected this problem at that time. Is it only me that is affected or has anyone else experienced thje same problems?

  68. Hi Chris,
    Unfortunately Etherem-Global are scammers. Do not part with any more money, you will never see it again. They will ask you to pay tax to get your profit back but do not pay. Report them to Action Fraud.

  69. Be careful before risking your capital here. They have proved to be a scam after they vanished with everyone money. I am glad I can write this because I got my money back, so I recommend as the best company to help you. I found their services professional, they kept me updated with status of my claim and explained everything clearly through the whole recovery process and it was successful

  70. My trading page has been disabled since about March 21, along with my ethereum trades (about GBP1000), which I would have lost during the May 21 crash. Has anyone else experienced an empty trading screen?

  71. Ethereum Global is a real scammer. Whoever will still go ahead with them to invest should know they would never ever get their money. They are inhuman, not even embarrassed to steal from the Pensioners. I hope they will be successful with all these tears from people.

  72. Ethereum global is a fake company who are not even embarrassed to steal from Pensionaires. Very inhuman, especially the one who called himself John Huntington

  73. I have also had a blank screen since March21 and as a result lost a lot of money I had invested on BTC. The remaining funds also appear to be beyond reach as ethereum-global is no longer contactable on, the address they used after They now happear to have the following IP addresses:

    What IP addresses does resolve to? resolves to 2 IPv4 addresses and 2 IPv6 addresses:

    Is there anyone out there who can use that information to find their current website address? It is my understanding the IP addresses place them in the middle of a lake in Kansas.

  74. Hi
    Can you please tell me who help you recovery your lost , as I lost a lot of Money with similar Scammer Mike Lawan and Oscar Neman from” Marketpulse ” , I try to found some help but no lack so far

  75. More than £355m lost to bank transfer scams in the first half of 2021 UK Finance says current fraud levels pose a ‘national security threat’ By Danielle Richardson22 Sep 2021 Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare by email Losses to bank transfer fraud increased by 71% during the first half of 2021, exceeding the amount of money stolen through card fraud for the first time, according to latest figures from UK Finance. Not only is more money being lost, but less is being repaid to fraud victims. Of the £355.3m lost to bank transfer scams in the first half of the year, just £121.7m was reimbursed to victims – just 42.4% of the losses. That’s down on the 45.8% reimbursed in the second half of 2020. This is despite many banks being signed up to a voluntary code pledging to reimburse victims unless they’re at fault. UK Finance says fraud is ‘now at a level where it poses a national security threat’, and is calling on the government for coordinated action, and to ensure all economic crime is brought within the scope of the Online Safety Bill. Indeed, while victims lost £479m in 2020 to bank transfer fraud, this is set to almost double by the end of 2021 if money continues to be lost at the same rate as the first six months of the year. Here, Which? looks at the scale of the APP fraud problem and what safeguards there are to stop you falling victim to scammers.

    Read more: – Which?

  76. Honestly speaking this is not the first and certainly not the last company to get away with their sins. So much bad reviews and only few who managed to reclaim anything back.
    No hope lost, stand up and fight against these atrocious and dreadful people! Robtenin101 (
    rectified and had me reclaimed what was mine.

  77. Do not trust anyone that says they can get your money back. They can’t no matter what any of the above messages say. Learn to live with your moment of madness and educate yourself, friends, and family to ensure nobody you know falls for anything like this. The only way to stop them is to make the world wise to their dirty tricks

  78. I was lucky just to have lost the deposit money, saw an ad on the TV back in 2020, frank turner was the account manager who kept trying to get me to take a loan out for £50,000, on the promise of huge returns, he soon vanished along with his email address when I wasn’t having any of it, had several managers after that along with a London phone number which was no use at all, all these people were based in Switzerland, my investment? grew to £4522,08 tried to withdrawal several times but kept getting the word cancel nothing else happened, have reported all this to action fraud, and now can’t even get through to ethereums site, it’s all gone, I hope this lot gets what’s coming to them, scammers, and bloody evil one’s at that


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