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Canadians accuse GISBeX ‘stock exchange’ of fraud

A Costa Rica based Internet 'stock exchange' that was exposed by OffshoreAlert five years ago is being sued for fraud by four Canadians and a corporation domiciled in Ontario.A civil complaint was filed against GISBeX Clearing Corporation, S.A., a.k.a. The

Insider Talking: June 5, 2005

Offshore investment firm Lines Overseas Management, which is headquartered in Bermuda and has offices in Cayman, the Bahamas and England, claims to have spent US$2.75 million over the last two years on legal fees concerning two securities fraud investigations into its activities by the Securities and Exchange Commission; The International Financial Services Authority in St. Vincent & the Grenadines has revoked these Class I banking licenses: Horizon International Bank Limited, on April 4, 2005; Transglobal Bank Limited, on April 13, 2005; and Triton Capital Bank Limited, on April 13, 2005; How times have changed. On May 26, 2005, something happened that would have been unthinkable when OffshoreAlert was launched in 1997: the Cayman Islands Government issued a press release lauding its co-operation with U. S. authorities in clamping down on financial crime and disclosing that Cayman Islands Chief Justice Anthony Smellie; and OffshoreAlert has unearthed yet another red-flag concerning GISBeX, a Costa Rica-based stock exchange that purports to specialize in securities offered under Regulation S of the Securities Exchange Act in the United States and operates from a web-site at

Jailed penny stock fraudster secretly behind Costa Rica-based Reg-S exchange

A notorious penny stock swindler currently in prison for fraud is secretly behind a Costa Rica-based Internet 'stock exchange', OffshoreAlert can disclose. Harold Bailey Gallison Jr., a 47-year-old U. S. national, controls the Global Internet Stock Brokerage Exchange, trading as GISBeX, through nominees, including his 74-year-old mother.