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London 01
Posted: Wednesday, February 22, 2017
Joined: 2/22/2017
Posts: 1

Just be patient, HB and his little army of bellboys will soon feel what they did to other people.
Bud Fox
Posted: Saturday, February 25, 2017
Joined: 6/7/2015
Posts: 35

And good luck to you, London 01.........unless you're fronting for the God-awful Porton Investor "Action" Group........
Posted: Tuesday, May 9, 2017
Joined: 5/9/2017
Posts: 2

New to this forum. I have also suffered from Porton though happily not for 16years - 4 has been quite enough to have been exposed to his smooth talk via an 'advisor'. The latest on CSG is that we have to sign up to an NDA before we will receive any updates. Anybody got a clue as to what this is about?

As for P2i it is still functioning but all ex Porton shareholders have been diluted out by over 50% by the big shareholders who have put in more cash. So no joy there either.



Posted: Tuesday, May 9, 2017
Joined: 5/9/2017
Posts: 2

Tony A see my post of 9th May 2017.
Posted: Tuesday, May 30, 2017
Joined: 5/30/2017
Posts: 1

 ·        I've read all your information that you shares in your article and I really love it. Thank you for sharing this post. I appreciate it.

Street view

Posted: Friday, November 17, 2017
Joined: 11/17/2017
Posts: 6

Interesting to see that after a protracted length of time - one British investor in Bahrain decided to take some real action and hired some hard core fraud busters - the result - Harvey Boulter's "man on the ground" in Bahrain - Omran Al Musawi aka Omran Saleh aka Omran Al Mosawi - was recently arrested charged and locked up - the official court sentence in Bahrain was 3 years in prison, BD50,000 (£100,000) fine and the government will recompense all parties from the sale of his assets and seizure of his bank accounts.

Search TV Producer jailed in Bahrain for embezzling millions from nearly 200 investors

Posted: Friday, November 17, 2017
Joined: 11/17/2017
Posts: 6

Harvey Boulter's close fraudster friend Omran Al Musawi aka Omran Saleh and his wife (Filipino) Rowena M AlMusawi (purported owner of Casa Mexicana registered as Casa Maxicana to throw searchers off) in Bahrain gets nicked - 

 Bahrain Mirror: The second lower criminal court sentenced a known businessman and television producer Omran Al Musawi / Omran Saleh Al Musawi to three years in prison for embezzling around 200 Bahraini and Gulf investors. The court fined the defendant 50 thousand dinars, ordered the confiscation of the crime revenues and referral of civil case to the competent court without expenses.

Complaints from Bahraini and Gulf investors have been submitted to the Ministry of Commerce and Industry stating that the accused businessman embezzled large sums of money for the purpose of investing in foreign companies that are not authorized to collect and receive money in Bahrain, exploiting his licensed company. The Ministry stated that the defendant is not licensed to do investment work.

Investigations revealed that the businessman was able, with the help of his Filipino wife Rowena Al Musawi and her sister, to participate in the solicitation of millions of dinars from the victims for the purpose of investing in foreign companies that are not licensed to collect and receive money in Bahrain. In return, he received large cash commissions and shares from each transaction.

The money was sent to foreign accounts outside of Bahrain as well as to his personal accounts and his company's account in exchange for the purchased shares. Victims receive worthless "Bonus" shares for the money they paid in these companies without any cash payment because the Omran Al Musawi claimed that the companies went bankrupt or liquidated or didn't receive the money.

The defendant Omran Al Musawi was mentioned in a local newspaper end of 2014, announcing that around 100 Bahraini investors, including him, invested in more than 40 million GBP in return for a strategic share in a company that manufactures medical DNA diagnostic machines.

A letter from the British company stated that it did not receive any money in return for shares from the defendant, he rather received shares from the company as commissions, as he was not entitled to sell them.


Bud Fox
Posted: Sunday, November 26, 2017
Joined: 6/7/2015
Posts: 35

Thanks, PhuqU2HB for the interesting news from Bahrain. Do the investors there now intend to go after Boulter himself?

I understand that CSG investors are being pestered by "Nathalia Costa" to sign the "Porton standard" NDA in order to receive updates from a company in which they are ALREADY investors. If any CSG investors have signed and returned the NDA, have you received anything useful in return?


Veritas Chronos
Posted: Tuesday, March 6, 2018
Joined: 3/6/2018
Posts: 1

To all investors who lost their savings due to the unethical and unscrupulous dealings of Harvey Boulter:

Please know that Harvey Boulter's rein is coming to an end. His biggest mistake: thinking that he can further his illicit dealings in the USA.We will be taking a closer look at some of his associates, such as John Robusto (The CEO watching over our money), and the now behind bars: Omar, in the upcoming posts. We will use this platform to sketch a complete picture of Harvey Boulter’s dealings and connections. This blog will be kept up to date with information as and when we submit to the appropriate authorities. The only way to put this criminal behind bars is to present irrefutable proof to the authorities and make sure that he cannot weasel his way out of it. We all know he is slippery but my associates and I guarantee that some charges will stick and he will see the inside of a jail cell. 

Stay tuned. Veritas. 

Posted: Friday, April 6, 2018
Joined: 7/4/2015
Posts: 2

Omran Al Musawi - Al Mosawi, Harvey's salesman and puppet in Bahrain was sentenced to 3

A TELEVISION producer jailed for three years for embezzling millions of dinars will learn if an appeal lodged against his conviction is successful next month.

The Bahraini, aged in his 60s, duped nearly 200 investors since 2003 after tricking them into believing they were investing in British companies.

The victims, from Bahrain and the Gulf, unknowingly deposited the money in his personal bank account.

He pocketed the money and told his victims that the companies they had invested in had gone bankrupt. The Lower Criminal Court jailed him for three years and also fined him BD50,000 in November.


However, he has been released on BD50,000 bail pending the outcome of his appeal at the High Criminal Appeals Court, which was adjourned until January 31.

The Lower Criminal Court also ordered the confiscation of the money he had taken from the victims and allowed them to file a compensation claim at the High Civil Court.

According to the ruling, in one of the cases, the defendant claimed to sell victims stock in a company manufacturing DNA machines.

However, the company denied receiving any money from the defendant, adding that he did not have the right to sell shares of the company.


Posted: Friday, July 6, 2018
Joined: 11/17/2017
Posts: 6

Mark van Leewarden (LLB) of Warden Consulting NZ is considered New Zealand's leading fraud and financial crime investigator. Mark was responsible for investigating and the uncovering and finally exposing Omran Al Musawi ((Bahrain ID # 540125601) and his fraud which has totaled over 100 victims - Harvey Boulters "Rep" in the GCC based in Bahrain. Mark was giving a talk on Financial Crime at the Capital Club Bahrain when he was asked by a member of the club "Have I been defrauded?" and shown the HB Share Certificates. Shortly afterwards Mark and several of his people started investigating HB and Porton and even went to the (deserted) offices in Dubai. After interviewing Omran Al Musawi in Bahrain Mark gave his answer - "Yes you have been defrauded!" and then put a classic fraud criminal complaint case together for the victim, filed the case (in Arabic as required in GCC law) with the Ministry of Interior Financial Intelligence Directorate and CID and followed up diligently with the MOI and Prosecutors. Omran Al Musawi was sentenced in April to 3 years in Juw prison in Bahrain; BD50,000 fine and all his assets and accounts seized. Omran Al Musawi's wife Rowena Mariano Al Musawi (Bahrain CPR # 710209657) Filipina (editor of Marhaba Magazine Bahrain and senior figure in MPR)and her sister Rhoda Mariano also a Filipina were named by the Judge in summing up as being directly complicit, accomplices, collaborators and participants in the fraud. Rowena Mariano Al Musawi 's sister Rhoda Mariano was directly named in the Judges summary as having committed forgery in the production of documents related to the fraud. HB is on the radar. If you have invested with or lost money with HB, especially if you are already in a class action group - make contact with the offices of Warden Consulting in NZ (Google their website) and get together to have this sorted this out once and for all. Read all the comments in this post.    and read this -
Posted: Wednesday, August 8, 2018
Joined: 4/17/2016
Posts: 1

We knew it was only a matter of time before Harvey Boulter re-surfaced with a brand new fraud scheme to rip off even more investors.  There is no better place than crypto for Harvey to fleece more investors and escape accountability.  You got to hand to him, he is a pretty smart con man.      

Posted: Sunday, July 19, 2020
Joined: 11/17/2017
Posts: 6

Harvey Boulter's right hand man in Bahrain found guilty of international money laundering and sentenced......all assets bank accounts properties and investments frozen.       pending victim  

Omran Almusawi a TV producer jailed for embezzling millions of dinars will spend more time behind bars in connection with a new case.

This time, the 65-year-old defendant has been found guilty of money laundering.

The High Criminal Court yesterday jailed him for seven years and fined BD100,000.

He is said to have laundered BD450,000 which he embezzled from investors.

Earlier, he was jailed for three years and fined BD50,000 by the same court in November 2017 for embezzling millions of dinars from investors.

He deposited the money in his bank accounts, paid off bank interests, and bought a Rolls-Royce worth BD135,000, according to court documents.

One of his victims previously described how the defendant pocketed BD1.3m which he had given him to invest.

“The defendant laundered BD400,000,” read the court ruling.

“He wanted to hide the source of the money and bought a Rolls-Royce for BD135,000, which he then sold to another person.

“He also spent BD13,500 to pay off bank interests and placed money in several of his bank accounts.

“He was found guilty of the charges due to sufficient evidence against him.”

A detective previously described how the defendant spent the money he embezzled to hide its sources.

The defendant denied money laundering as he appeared in court.

The GDN previously reported that the defendant had nearly 200 investors since 2003 after tricking them into believing they were investing in British companies.

The victims, from Bahrain and the Gulf, unknowingly deposited the money in his personal bank account.

He pocketed the money and told his victims that the companies they had invested in had gone bankrupt.

He was jailed for three years and he appealed at the Supreme Criminal Appeals Court which, however, upheld the sentence.

The court also ordered the confiscation of the money he had taken from his victims.

Posted: Tuesday, December 1, 2020
Joined: 12/1/2020
Posts: 1

I would agree with you here

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