Letter from Brian Gilmour, of Carduus Group, in Scotland, complaining about references to his group in an article by OffshoreAlert exposing fraud by Gilmour's business partner, Stuart Black.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Letter from Eitan Misulovin complaining about OffshoreAlert's publication of an article and document concerning a criminal investigation in Israel into suspected money laundering.
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.
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.
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".
Letter from Syed Asadullah Kazmi falsely claiming that he was "found not to be involved" in the Cayman Islands-based First Cayman Bank fraud.
Letter from Guido Vioen, an attorney in Spain and the Netherlands, requesting a "correction" regarding OffshoreAlert's publication of a request for judicial assistance filed at federal court in Florida regarding a criminal investigation into Vioen on suspicion of laundering the proceeds of narcotics trafficking by Ferenc Hendricus Jagtman and others.
'Cease and Desist' letter from attorney for Kenlox Global Limited, Ronnie Lim Hai Liang, One Lea Ping, Lim Chai Beng and Lim Soon Fai demanding the removal of a writ against their clients at the British Virgin Islands High Court.
Letter from attorney Ashley Hurst, of British law firm Olswang LLP, complaining about a reference to his client, Greg Fairley, in OffshoreAlert's exposé of the Buttonwood Legal Capital/Centaur Litigation Ponzi scheme.
‘Remove ‘false reporting’ on AAA Group or I’ll file a criminal complaint against you,’ writes Peter Obrist
Letter from Peter Obrist threatening to file a criminal complaint against OffshoreAlert and sue us for defamation for reporting that his Cayman Islands-domiciled investment fund, AAA Venture Fund SPC Limited, was operated as a Ponzi scheme before it was taken over by the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority
Lester Bird corruption article ‘violates UN Int’l Covenant on Civil & Political Rights’, claims ‘attorney’
Letter from 'Michael Gibson', using an email address at 'lawyer.com', threatening legal action over an OffshoreAlert article headlined 'Unsealed documents detail corruption allegations against ex-Antigua PM Lester Bird & associates'.
Letter from Maximiliano Vecino Adami complaining about an article and document published by OffshoreAlert in 2004 concerning a criminal investigation in Spain into him and his father, Enrique Manuel Vecino Acosta.
Letter to the Editor from Ernst Gabriel Walter complaining about the continued publication by OffshoreAlert of a document from 2005 regarding a criminal investigation into him by Austria for suspected fraud.
Letter from Latvia resident Martins Knipsis, with attached documentation, in which he states that a criminal investigation against him in Germany for suspected fraud was terminated because it was found that "I did not act in bad faith".
Letter to the Editor from Ellis Velva Watler, of the Cayman Islands, complaining about the publication by OffshoreAlert of a legal action brought by the Attorney General of the Cayman Islands in 2001.
Letter to the Editor from Liam Kavanagh, on behalf of Rockfire Capital Limited, regarding his firm's involvement with Axiom Legal Financing Fund.
Letter to the Editor from attorney David McIntosh QC, on behalf of Timothy Schools, regarding "untrue and defamatory" allegations against his client by OffshoreAlert.
Letter to the Editor from attorney Christopher Hutchings criticizing OffshoreAlert's investigation into his client, David Rae, a senior participant in the Axiom Legal Financing Fund fraud.
Letter to the Editor from attorney David McIntosh QC regarding OffshoreAlert's investigation into his client, Timothy Schools, founder of Axiom Legal Financing Fund.
Anonymous letter blaming OffshoreAlert, not Tim Schools and his associates, for the problems being encountered by Axiom Legal Financing Fund.
‘Innovative Communication Corp. complaint against Sir Ronald Sanders dismissed in 2010’, says his attorney
Letter to the Editor from attorney Alan Fein on behalf of Sir Ronald Sanders informing OffshoreAlert of the dismissal on March 26, 2010 of a complaint brought by Bankruptcy Trustee of Innovative Communication Corp. at the U. S. District Court of the Virgin Islands.
‘I’m the one who’s been wronged and is owed funds,’ says Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman developer Michael Ryan
Statement from Michael Ryan regarding his legal dispute with the Receivers of The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman.
Letter from Aruba-based attorney Rudolf E. Offringa, representing the heirs of Pursi Tjew San Jie-A-Swie, Farley hon Ping Jie-A-Swie, Kong Hing Supermarket NV, Kong Hing Supercenter NV and Kong Hing Freezone NV, threatening to sue OffshoreAlert if a document concerning a criminal investigation into suspected money laundering and forgery involving his clients was not removed "immediately".
Letter from David McIntosh QC regarding his client Timothy Schools, principal of the Axiom Legal Financing Fund and Tangerine Investment Management, both domiciled in the Cayman Islands.
Letter from Kip Schwartz on behalf of Bancroft Life & Casualty ICC, Ltd. complaining about an OffshoreAlert article.
Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman lender ‘trying to embarrass me and ruin my reputation’, says Michael Ryan
Letter from Canadian national Michael Ryan, original developer of The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman luxury hotel and residences development, regarding legal action taken against him and related companies by lender RC Cayman Holdings LLC.
Letter from Tony Habib complaining about OffshoreAlert's reporting of his involvement with Phoenix Financial Ltd., which appeared to be perpetrating advance fee frauds, according to research by OffshoreAlert.
Letter from Oliver Schaper, a convicted fraudster in Germany and a pretend 'doctor', seeking the removal from OffshoreAlert's web-site of a complaint for his extradition from the USA to Germany.
Letter to the Editor of OffshoreAlert from Owen Bethel regarding allegations against him that were contained in a Settlement Agreement between the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) and Douglas Ralph Garrod.
Letter to OffshoreAlert from Sanford Bohrer, an attorney with Holland & Knight, on behalf of Bancroft Life & Casualty - November 3, 2011
Letter to the Editor of OffshoreAlert from Andrew Matthews, Vice President of Operations, Internet Fraud Watchdog Ltd., regarding Roland Bleyer, a.k.a. Roland Husner.
Response from OffshoreAlert to a complaint from FIFA about a session entitled 'Corruption in Soccer - The Secret World of FIFA: Bribes, Vote-Rigging and Ticket Scandals' at The OffshoreAlert Conference in 2010.
Letter from FIFA to OffshoreAlert prior to our 2010 conference in Miami Beach complaining about a session by British investigative journalist and author Andrew Jennings entitled 'Corruption in Soccer - The Secret World of FIFA: Bribes, Vote-Rigging and Ticket Scandals'. Five years later, indictments against several FIFA personnel mentioned in the presentation were unsealed in the United States.
Dear Sir We write to correct the following inaccuracies contained in your above referenced publication concerning Quadriga Superfund LP and its General Partner → Quadriga Superfund LP (the "Fund") is not a "hedge fund." Rather, it is a publicly offered