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TravelFront: Corporate Information

Corporate Information, including the names of directors, for TravelFront, an online travel booking platform, obtained from the Cayman Islands General Registry on January 15th, 2021.

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

Complaint in Cayman Enterprise City Ltd. v. Fusechain Ltd. SEZC, of the Cayman Islands, and Al Burgio, of Palo Alto, California, at the Summary Court of the Cayman Islands Summary Court. Editor's Note: On its website at, Fusechain is described as "a technology company creating disruptive software to support cloud and blockchain".

MEPCO Ltd.: Petition

Petition In the Matter of MEPCO Ltd. at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands.

Cedrus Investments Ltd.: ‘Current Register of Members’: June 6, 2013

Incomplete Register of Members for Cedrus Investments Ltd. - Obtained From Registered Agent on June 6, 2013. You will notice that Michael Alberga's International Corporation Services Ltd. has started using the phrase "Current Register of Members" in an apparent attempt to justify withholding information about past members.

Insider Talking: January 4, 2011

Canadian fraudster George Georgiou learns the hard way about consecutive sentencing in the USA; We reveal the identities of insiders - past and present - at Georgiou's 401 Capital Partners Inc.; Cayman Finance shares office with fraudster-friendly law firm Thorp Alberga.

Insider Talking: October 29, 2010

Any lingering hope anyone had that details of the Bermuda Monetary Authority's investigation into Lines Overseas Management in 2004 2005 would ever become public knowledge faded when LOM settled a fraud complaint brought by the U. S. Securities and Exchange

Cedrus Investments Ltd.: Register of Members (Falsified): July 7, 2010

Purported Register of Members for Cedrus Investments Ltd. obtained from registered agent on July 7, 2010.  Note: Although this document was certified as a "True and Correct Copy" of the Register of Members by Michael Alberga, on behalf of Cedrus Investments' registered agent, International Corporation Services Ltd., it is not; specifically it is missing entries from its registration on January 30, 2009 to March 15, 2010, inclusive. Alberga, who was also a director of Cedrus Investments, refused repeated requests to provide the missing information, in contravention of Section 44 of Cayman's Companies Law, until OffshoreAlert eventually obtained it nearly three years later.

Scandal-plagued, debt-ridden U. S. securities broker moves business to Cayman

A securities broker with a long history of complaints for dishonesty from regulators, customers and former employees in the United States has moved his operations to the Cayman Islands, leaving behind substantial unpaid corporate and personal debt. Rani Tarek Jarkas, 38, closed down Delaware-domiciled, San Francisco-based Global Crown Capital LLC last year after nearly eight years in business and moved to Grand Cayman, where he now operates GC Research Ltd. and Cedrus Investments Ltd., which were formed in Cayman on October 31, 2008 and January 30, 2009, respectively.

Five U. S. attorneys/CPAs convicted in Cayman-based tax evasion scheme

Three CPAs and two attorneys in the United States are awaiting sentencing for their involvement in an offshore tax evasion scheme that ran from 1996 to 2005 and helped approximately 75 U. S. taxpayers deprive the Internal Revenue Service of an estimated $20 million in unpaid taxes. The scheme's masterminds were paid a fee for their services that was typically equal to 30% of the tax evaded by their clients, stated prosecutors.The scheme included the use of shell companies in the Cayman Islands and Nevis, including a sham media entity and a sham insurer, that were managed by Cayman-based management firms Zephyr International Ltd., whose Managing Director was Lewis Denton Rowe, and/or International Corporation Services Ltd., which is the corporate management company of law firm Myers and Alberga, according to filings at the U. S. District Court for the District of Utah. Offshore bank accounts were allegedly provided by the Bank of Bermuda and Butterfield Bank, both in Cayman.