Fake DMCA Notice
|Contact Info:||Address : 2 Riverside Quay Street Melbourne, Southbank VIC 3006 Australia|
|Possible Infringements:||Perjury, Impersonation, Identity-theft, Misrepresentation|
|Submitted by:||Joseph Cacciola, Edward Clark & Burzum 673 respectively|
|Date of Submission:||September 12, 2020, August 24, 2020 & August 25, 2020 respectively|
What are they hiding?
Negative evaluations of AussieTrust are prominent on various search engines. AussieTrust took matters into its own hands after the website’s owner refused to remove the reviews.
We’re showing you this review ourselves because Google has removed it unlawfully.
To find out why we do not suggest using AussieTrust, read our in-depth review.
Who are they?
Looking at their website, it is clear that they are not subject to the jurisdiction of any government body. That’s a huge warning sign! That fact alone should discourage you from working with them. The fact that they partner with “Automated trading software”-providing websites is further cause for concern, given that these sites are often used in scams.
AussieTrust is just another unregulated forex broker, which means its clients are at risk because there is no oversight body to prevent them from running off with their money.
How does it work?
The following describes the typical operation of an unlicensed forex broker. They will phone potential customers and use any means necessary to convince them to make the required initial deposit. We guarantee a 100% return on your first investment, or you can easily make $100 every day with our help, and other such deals that seem too good to be true. Don’t believe a word they say!! What a rip-off! After the victim makes the initial deposit, they are transferred to a “retention agent” who will try to con them out of even more money.
Your savings are never safe with an unlicensed broker, therefore submit a withdrawal request immediately. Now comes the complicated part.
They will take months to execute a withdrawal request, regardless of whether you have made a profit or not. If they put it off for six months, you’ll lose the right to submit a chargeback and the money will be gone permanently. No amount of nagging or demands to have your money returned will ever succeed. If you signed the MAA, which gives them broad permission to handle your money in any way they see fit, they will deplete your account and have nothing left to ask for.
The procedure for obtaining a refund.
Even if they refuse to return the money you deposited with them, which is a distinct possibility, you may still be able to do so through one or more legal channels.
You should first save the emails as evidence that you have requested a refund by email but that the company has either ignored your requests or has purposefully delayed responding to them.
Can Wires Be Used?
There is no method to initiate a chargeback for a wire transfer, which you would have used if you paid them. Here, you’ll want to crank up the intensity of the conflict. Warn them that you will be filing a formal complaint with the appropriate authorities. That should make them reconsider offering a refund. Writing a letter or sending an email to the relevant authorities is another option.
If you want to know who oversees Forex brokers in your nation, all you have to do is do a quick Google search. The next step is to write or compose an email detailing how you were tricked. If they refuse to issue a refund, show them this letter or email and threaten to report them to the appropriate authorities. If you are unsure of the first step, please email us at [email protected] and we will be happy to assist you.
How was this done?
Multiple (false) DMCA takedown notices were filed with Google by someone using the name “Edward Clark” and other fictitious names. He did this by inserting the aforementioned review onto a public blog.
A fool can claim ownership of the information by creating a free blog, copying and publishing it with a retroactive publication date, and then claiming ownership to Google. Just like that, it’s done. Perjury, impersonation, and fraud can all be committed with little effort.
Finally, Royal Regis was apprehended.
To be fair, the AussieTrust staff lacks the brains to come up with such a plan. Probably so stupid that they’d engage a Reputation Management agency whose motto is “Remove this Review at ANY COST.”
I hope everyone would heed my advice and stay far away from Aussie Trust. Just had the worst possible encounter with them. I finally got my bank to help me get my money back, thank heavens.
A friend’s tip on Facebook sucked me in. This comment was not made by the page owner, who subsequently deleted it; Aussie Trust is engaging in some sneaky advertising tactics. To prevent you from accessing your assets, they execute a CoinsHype purchase of bitcoins and store them in a digital wallet under their control.
They have a functioning website complete with a live chat feature, so it seems like they are authentic. The messages, however, serve only to appease. The Accounts Department has the information, and yes, we are dealing with it. They will contact you soon… The password for Aussie Trust was created by my broker. I can’t believe how naive I was to put money into it in the first place. Don’t learn the hard way, like I did. Don’t go there.
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