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Insider Talking: May 14, 2007

Nearly three years after obtaining a default judgment for $44,143 against St. Kitts based offshore financial services provider M. Irvin BonCamper, MBNA America Bank NA has finally collected. Attorneys for MBNA acknowledged “full and complete satisfaction” of the judgment in

Nevis regulator issues warning against Irvin BonCamper

St. Kitts-based offshore financial services provider Malchus Irvin R. BonCamper and his group of companies are the targets of a warning issued by regulators in Nevis.According to a warning issued by Nevis Financial Services Development and Marketing Department on May 22, 2006, information on a web-site at is “misleading” and BonCamper, A.F.M. Trust and Corporate Ltd., AFM Trust & Corporate Services, and A.F.M. Services Group “are not licensed to conduct international/offshore financial services business in any capacity, in and from within Nevis.

Insider Talking: March 31, 2004

A company formed by British investment fraudsters Lincoln Fraser and Jared Brook to disrupt the administration liquidation of their failed Imperial Consolidated Group, including perpetrating an asset recovery fraud against Imperial's investors, is about to go the way of most,

Unlicensed Internet bank offered for sale by AFM Services Group

St. Kitts and Nevis-based offshore provider Irvin Boncamper is trying to sell an Internet "bank" for US$3.2 million by incorrectly claiming that it is licensed, we can disclose.Boncamper sent out a mass email on August 3, 2001 in the name of his firm, AFM Trust and Corporate Services Ltd., inviting offers for something known as "Internet Bank and Trust".

Irvin BonCamper enters defense in New York lawsuit

St. Kitts & Nevis-based offshore provider M. Irvin BonCamper has entered an eleventh-hour defense to a civil complaint filed in New York just as a default judgment was about to be entered against him.

Irvin BonCamper linked with dubious insurers

St. Kitts and Nevis-based accountant Irvin BonCamper has been linked to two dubious insurers accused of separately attracting millions of dollars of premiums on the strength of false financial statements. One of the insurers, St. Kitts-based Keyes International Insurance Company Ltd., was affiliated with Banque de Petite Martinique, a Grenada-registered 'bank' that became defunct in 1998 or 1999.