Keem Kalfon

Insider Talking: September 8, 2008

Miami-based businessman Charles Intriago, who sold his anti-money laundering-focused company Alert Global Media, Inc. to New York-based supplier of AML technology Fortent in December, 2006 and continued to manage it before abruptly departing in late March, 2008, is preparing to launch a new business venture that will concentrate on asset forfeiture; Canadian national Wayne Wile, who has been accused of committing securities fraud along with the Cayman, Bahamas and Bermuda operations of investment group Lines Overseas Management, obtained a Cayman Islands Driver's License in a false name, according to the U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission; OffshoreAlert has obtained more information about companies and individuals involved with the Grand Island Commodity Trading Fund group of companies, which went into liquidation on June 17, 2008 - one month before its trading manager, R. Christopher Girvan, was arrested in Cayman on suspicion of theft, false accounting and fraud; Investment fraudster Keem Kalfon is at it again. His latest venture operates as 'The People's Money Center' from a web-site at, which was established in June, 2007; and Despite all that has happened over the last 10 years in terms of legal gateways being implemented to allow foreign parties to obtain information about individuals and businesses operating in offshore financial centers, there is still a misconception among some residents of major countries that the secrecy and anonymity of their offshore transactions is enshrined in law.

Insider Talking: February 4, 2006

A U. S.-based professional organization for private investigators has revoked the membership of Cayman Islands-based PI William Claude C. Myles for “professional misconduct” and violations of its code of ethics; What is the going rate for climbing into bed with crooks to ‘throw' a liquidation so the bad guys can continue to profit at the expense of true creditors? Try £1,624 (US$2,870) per day!; A victim of 72-year-old serial fraudster Keem Kalfon, a.k.a. Chaim Kalfon, a.k.a. Chaim Chalfon, has set up a web-site at following the collapse of his latest scheme, known as LifeStyle Master Inc.; Once again proving that there is no hiding place for financial criminals, no matter which country they flee to when looking for a rock to hide under, the U. S. Government recently arranged the deportation from Panama of accused fraudster David Alan Struckman, a co-founder of the Global Prosperity Group; and If Bahamas-based investment scam group Banakor Swisse is indeed behind several menacing telephone calls that have been anonymously made to OffshoreAlert's publisher over several months, as evidence indicates, it would not be the first time that the group has reacted crudely to an investigative journalist writing negatively about its fraudulent activities.

Keem Kalfon-associate imprisoned for eight years for investment fraud

Ralph Glen Hines, who claims to have been a business partner of suspected con man Keem Kalfon, has been sentenced to eight years and four months in prison for perpetrating an investment fraud.Hines, 50, of Raleigh, North Carolina, was sentenced on December 17, 2002 at the U. S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina after previously pleading guilty to two counts of fraud.

Ralph Hines indicted for fraud in North Carolina

Suspected investment fraudster Ralph Glen Hines was criminally indicted at the United States District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina on June 6, 2002,Hines, who has multiple prior criminal convictions, was indicted on ten counts relating to an allegedly fraudulent scheme operated from November, 2000 to January, 2002. Hines is alleged to have defrauded $1.158 million from parties who are not named in the indictment, using his account at Central Carolina Bank and Trust, in Raleigh, North Carolina to handle funds.

Keem Kalfon sets up web-site to defend himself against Jew haters

As more evidence emerges casting doubt on the business affairs of alleged investment fraudster Keem Kalfon, he has set up a web-site where he denounces his critics as "Jew haters" and "cowards".Kalfon set up the site at in April after OffshoreAlert began reporting about his involvement in alleged investment fraud.

Ralph Hines arrested in investigation into Keem Kalfon scheme

Nine days after our article last month exposing a fraudulent offshore investment scheme linked with Keem Kalfon, one of the alleged participants was arrested in the United States. Ralph Glen Hines, 49, was arrested on February 9 and is currently in custody in his home state of North Carolina after failing to meet his $5 million bail requirement.

Keem Kalfon denies involvement in fraudulent letter

Conman Keem Kalfon is being falsely passed off as the chairman of The Sovereign Society investment group as part of a fund-raising effort for get-rich-quick schemes, OffshoreAlert can reveal. Those responsible are also falsely claiming they control British-based investment trust Gresham House PLC, which has been one of the world's best-performing investment vehicles over the last ten years.

Insider Talking: January 31, 2000

Liquidators of First Cayman Bank reach settlement with former Cayman government minister McKeeva Bush, First Nevisian's Keith Leslie King testifies at civil trial in the Isle of Man, Jordan Bionda denies he is a fraudster, conman Keem Kalfon promotes his Global Heritage Asset Protection 'fund', attorney Julian Hall is declared bankrupt in Bermuda, Bermuda's international business sector voices concern over Government plans to introduce tougher new work permit rules for foreign workers, offshore crook Marc Harris compares himself to Albert Einstein, Florida judge orders Harris Organization to pay costs after losing a libel action against OffshoreAlert's publisher.