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'Remove details of my Jersey FSC industry ban,' writes Gufur Hussain

June 16, 2021 - Letter to OffshoreAlert from Gufur Hussain requesting that we remove an announcement that he had been banned by the Jersey Financial Services Commission for "a lack of integrity".

'Remove content about my client or be sued,' writes Sergi Pujol's 'reputation manager'

April 26, 2021 - Letter to the Editor from Josep Coll Rodríguez, described as a reputation management lawyer in Barcelona representing Sergi Pujol, seeking the removal from OffshoreAlert's website and de-indexing from search engines of an application to collect evidence filed by the USA at federal court in Washington, D.C. regarding a Spanish criminal investigation into Pujol for suspected fraud and misappropriation, claiming that publication of the document violates European privacy laws.

'One thing I’m not is a fraudster,' writes convicted fraudster Sencer Sevket

April 25, 2021 - Third letter in 11 years from Sencer Orhan, a.k.a. Sendjer Shefket, a.k.a. Sencer Sevket, a citizen of the United Kingdom who is a convicted fraudster, requesting the removal of articles and documents about him from OffshoreAlert's website.

'Court order prohibits publication of Clyde Allen's name,' writes Cayman Deputy Solicitor General

April 08, 2021 - Letter to the Editor from Claire Allen, Deputy Solicitor General of the Cayman Islands, essentially claiming that OffshoreAlert was in breach of a Cayman court order by identifying local attorney Clyde Allen when recently publishing an anonymized judgment in which he was suspended from practicing law for six months for professional misconduct regarding his representation of an American couple injured in a vehicle accident in Cayman.

'I'm not a fraudster,' writes convicted fraudster Sencer Sevket

March 01, 2021 - Letter to the Editor from Sencer Sevket, a.k.a. Sendjer Shefket, a.k.a. Sencer Orhan - a convicted advance fee fraudster in England - demanding the removal of content from OffshoreAlert's website that he claims "falsely alleges me as a conman, fraudster, trickster" and threatening to sue us if we do not comply with his demand.

'Remove document about Arion Metals or we sue,' writes 'ajithh'

November 24, 2020 - Letter to OffshoreAlert from "ajithh" demanding the removal of a document regarding Arion Metals FZE, which is domiciled in Ras Al Khaimah, whose website describes it as being Dubai-based and "one of the fast growing ferrous and non-ferrous metals trading companies in UAE", and whose Managing Director, according to his LinkedIn profile, is Ajeet Rao.

'Remove our names from report about license revocation,' asks Malta's Adrian Sciberras

September 01, 2020 - Letter from Adrian Sciberras, of Business Concept International Plc, in Malta, complaining about OffshoreAlert's reporting of a regulatory notice by the Malta Financial Services Authority announcing the revocation of the Financial Institutions license of Corporate & Commercial FX Services Limited, in which his company was a shareholder.

'You've maligned my personal and professional reputation,' writes suspected fraudster

August 31, 2020 - Letter from Pat Mazza, a resident of Ontario, Canada, demanding the removal from OffshoreAlert's website of an application by the USA to seize the proceeds of an "apparent fraud".

'Remove 'Retracted' Mauritius FSC investor alert,' asks BearBull Global

May 04, 2020 - Letter from BearBull Global Investments Group Limited, of Dubai, requesting the removal from OffshoreAlert's website of an "Investor Alert" against the company that was issued by the Mauritius Financial Services Commission on June 24th, 2019 and which the firm claims has been "fully retracted".

'Remove content about Donald Solow,' writes 'John Lambert'

March 22, 2020 - Letter from "John Lambert", of "Lambert Worldwide", requesting the removal of copies of complaints filed by a United States-based insurer at federal court in New York against his "client", Donald Solow, alleging that he participated in a $135 million fraud with financial advisers in Bermuda and the Bahamas, and insurers and investment funds in 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.