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'Remove content about Harvey Boulter & Porton Capital', writes their attorney

December 11, 2017 - Letter to the Editor from attorney Raymond G. Mullady, Jr. seeking the deletion of content concerning his clients, Harvey Boulter and Cayman Islands-domiciled Porton Capital.

With news services like South Africa's Moneyweb, no wonder fraudsters thrive

September 08, 2017 - For a few years now, I've been flabbergasted by articles published by South African financial news service Moneyweb about Belvedere Management Group, which OffshoreAlert exposed as a global criminal financial enterprise in 2015.Since OffshoreAlert's exposé, Moneyweb has gone out of

Cayman Enterprise City Ltd. v. Hercules SEZC et al: Complaint

July 22, 2020 - Complaint in Cayman Enterprise City Ltd. v. Hercules SEZC, of the Cayman Islands, and AG Herc Inc., of Delaware, at the Summary Court of the Cayman Islands. Editor's Note: On their website at, the defendants claim to offer blockchain-based "decentralized supply chain management software". The group's "Key Management" is identified as Anthem Hayek Blanchard, CEO; Cynthia Blanchard, President; Paul Aubert, Vice President, and Josh Gunter, Director of Client Services.

Whistleblowing: Good Practice - Advice - Support - Guidance

August 13, 2011 - Whistleblowing's not for everyone! In the event you are thinking about joining the whistleblowers union, you may wish to read some of the material within this blog; ask questions of people who have themselves blown the whistle; secure an understanding of the potential impact upon you, your family, your health, your we

Robert Farrell et al v. Princeton Alternative Funding, LLC et al: First Amended Complaint

March 29, 2016 - First Amended Complaint in Robert Farrell and Robert Szostak, individually and derivatively on behalf of Princeton Alternative Funding, LLC v. Microbilt Financial Services Corp., Microbilt Corporation, Philip N. Burgess, Jr., Walter Wojciechowski, Alonzo J. Primus, and Princeton Alternative Funding, LLC, formerly known as Microbilt Capital Funding, LLC at the Superior Court of New Jersey, Chancery Division.

Privilege Wealth Plc appears to be under criminal investigation

October 05, 2017 - British firm Privilege Wealth Plc, which was exposed as a fraud by OffshoreAlert last October, appears to be under criminal investigation in the United Kingdom.

Cayman Gov't in third-world attack on local newspaper

June 08, 2015 - As someone who was thrown out of Bermuda in 1996 for no reason other than being an investigative journalist, I'm well aware of how sensitive small countries are to criticism.  Their economies are fragile and you're expected to be part

A message to investors of Axiom Legal Financing Fund

November 06, 2012 - The bad news is you have been defrauded of your investment in Axiom Legal Financing Fund. The sooner you accept this, the quicker you can start taking steps to recover some of your losses. The good news is that the

Zambia: Dr. Rajan Lekraj Mahtani

February 06, 2012 - Application for the appointment of a Commissioner - pursuant to a request for judicial assistance from Zambia - to collect evidence for a criminal investigation into shareholders of Finance Bank Zambia Limited (FBZL), specifically Finsbury Investments Limited and Dr. Rajan Lekraj Mahtani, for suspected money laundering.

Aldo Gianne v. Lee Webb: Writ of Summons

December 20, 2011 - Writ of Summons alleging slander in Aldo Gianne v. Lee Webb at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands.

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Cayman Court Secrecy: A Huge Red Flag for Foreign Investors & Clients
David Marchant
As any fule kno, the biggest enemy of fraud, corruption, money laundering, and other forms of financial crime is transparency, while their best friend is secrecy. That's why the unprecedented mass sealing of cases that's taking place at the Financial Services Division of the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands is repugnant to anyone with a genuine concern for financial crime.