April 11, 2015 - Letter to the editor from Lebanon-based advance fee fraudster Mahmoud Chahal in which he threatens in broken English to harm OffshoreAlert's publisher because of postings by third parties on our message board ten years ago.
March 17, 2015 - Letter from Henri Lechner asking OffshoreAlert to remove his name from an article in 2006 about a dubious offshore scheme in St. Kitts & Nevis called 'Perpetual Wealth' that was headed by Canadian national Timothy von Kaay.
January 17, 2015 - Letter from Ali A. Yawar, a citizen of Afghanistan, resident of Spain and operator of Dunya Marbella Investments who pleaded guilty to extortion at federal court in California in 2007, demanding the removal of "defamatory text" from OffshoreAlert's web-site.
December 18, 2014 - Letter from Peter Brentano, a Bermuda policeman, requesting the removal of "unjust" details of a lawsuit and judgment against him at Bermuda Supreme Court in 1994.
November 03, 2014 - Letter from Stefano Brozzoni complaining about OffshoreAlert's publication of a petition to quash an IRS summons that was filed at federal court in Minnesota concerning a tax inquiry in France.
October 28, 2014 - Letter from Eitan Misulovin complaining about OffshoreAlert's publication of an article and document concerning a criminal investigation in Israel into suspected money laundering.
October 27, 2014 - Letter from Turks and Caicos Islands-based attorney Courtenay Barnett, of Barnett and Associates law firm, denying that he was ever president of Delaware-domiciled International Balanced Fund, even though he was described as such in a corporate filing.
October 13, 2014 - Letter from Salvatore Cugliari denying a claim by the provisional liquidators of fraudulently-operated Cayman Islands-based Centaur Litigation SPC, Centaur Litigation Limited, and Centaur Litigation Unit Series 1 Limited that Royal Luxembourg Soparfi is a "hollow insurer". Royal Luxembourg Soparfi is "a holding company, not an insurer", writes Cugliari.
September 30, 2014 - Letter from George Dennison Sprague Murdaugh, a U. S. fugitive residing in Costa Rica, requesting the removal of negative information about him or "there will be a terrible price to pay".
September 19, 2014 - Letter from Syed Asadullah Kazmi falsely claiming that he was "found not to be involved" in the Cayman Islands-based First Cayman Bank fraud.