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Ali's native Indian TV stations are after him.Check this link for a connection to the news report. Sorry, you will need a Telugu translator nearby, but clearly are the words "money launderer, cheat, black money, Swiss banks" .. and so on.
The Esteemed New Zealand-based newspaper, The National Business Review, has kindly provided Wikifrauds with the following translation of parts of the broadcast on Mumbai's TV9 on February 2 as published in its February 18 Print Edition
“A Telugu translator commissioned by NBR to review the bulletin said TV9 reported Mr Ali had “cheated countless numbers of people in Hyderabad and fled overseas” and had generated his wealth “by converting black money into white.”
The report questioned claims made by Mr Ali that he owned 364 hectares of land in the town of Bhuvagiri. “However, according to records, he owns only a house which is 80 square yards (66.8sq m) in the old city of Hyderabad.”
The bulletin also made allegations of immigration fraud from more than two dozen people, each of whom paid about $3000 to Mr Ali in return for promised visas, travel and jobs in countries like Singapore.
“Victims of Mr Ali are demanding the refund of their hard-earned money,” TV9 said.
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Our thanks to Matt Nippert, of the NBR in New Zealand.
NOTICE TO GO DADDY INC.
Your actions in taking down "wikifrauds.net" and "westerngulf advisory.net" without notice, and your continued refusal to discuss this matter with us is a clear breach of contract, and may be in contravention of many US laws. We requested assistance from you several times to provide us with an explanation for 'camping' on our site. Our second dated March 3 said:
"Please expedite this matter. It is of high personal risk nature, and involves Police in Australia, and a high level assessment of personal danger to myself and my staff. We need your URGENT attention right now please. If you can't or won't help, and something does occur while we are waiting for your response, it won't look too good. Please help now! "You ignored this email and on Saturday
March 12 you pulled the sites without notice and with total disregard to our personal safety and your contractual obligations. Further, you disclosed to third parties our identities despite the fact that we paid a premium to you to keep private such information.
We have sought legal advice and you will be hearing more from our attorneys.
IF you again interfere with our activities, the worlds press, who are closely following this story about WGA, will know what you have done and will doubtless draw their own conclusions. Wikifrauds has issued a press release to over 30 papers throughout the world stating this matter.
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Evidence that Go daddy have been and are still monitioring our content:
. . . and they continue!
The following is an email from Just Host confirming that Go Daddy have refused to allow the transfer of our two sites to another host. Apart from the other laws they may have broken, this now amounts to theft!
"Your domain transfer for wikifrauds.net has been canceled because the current registrar has rejected transfer. Please contact them for details according this issue.
Please let me know if you have futher questions.
What WGA Claims to have done:
This is a paste from WGA's own website. Due diligence by many companies, the press, ourselves and others can find no evidence of any investments or loans completed anywhere in the world at all.
How ridiculous can such ambit claims ever be. Just about every business sector in every region around the world is claimed by WGA. Can anyone ever possibly believe these false claims could ever have been achieved in just over two years, with a staff of about a dozen people!
This is absolute rubbish altogether:
WGA Website says:
Even WGA themselves will refuse to name one single investment that they can point to as a reference, despite the current adverse press. One would think that any legitimate company under such press scrutinity would be happy to nomonate some business relationships that had actually happened.
Earlier versions of the WGA website made claims and issued press links to investments in Australia. These include the much publicised Cubbie Station, Regional Land,the Total Group and others we know but cannot name here. Collectively some $800 Million in loans that they claimed all through 2010 as done deals. Not one of them ever settled, not one!
Since Wikifrauds first exposed these lies, WGA have taken down these claims from the website. But their global presence map still shows Australia as being represented by WGA. Except for the rogue lawyer who perpetuates their lies and encourages unsuspecting victims to stump up with fees that he knows they will lose, there is now no presence in Australia at all - just a heap of corporate victim bodies.
Most Ponzi schemes involve potential investors handing over money for investments on sure-fire returns that never eventuate. For a while, the unsuspecting investor gets statements showing their investment growth, some may even be paid apparent dividends to keep their beliefs on a high for a while, and to use as references for new investors. So the money pours in to the fraud company, and trickles out as 'dividends', and so the scheme mushrooms. But there is nothing at all behind the company, and while it fools a lot of people for often a long time, sooner or later it all falls over, and the company owners have disappeared with all the money.
Western Gulf Advisory (WGA) works on a similar line, except that customers aren't investing, they are wanting to borrow capital for projects. They are enticed into paying huge up-front fees to get the loan process started, fees in excess of 1.6% of the loan required. So a loan application of say $100M will cost some $1.6M plus in fees, and then the snow job starts. No loan ever eventuates, and WGA just hang onto the borrowers money. A "Nigerian" style Ponzi scheme.
And when a client does jump up and down and demand their so-called "refundable" fees be returned, they might eventually get some back, but only when WGA have sucked someone else in to enable the refund. Typical Ponzi. They still lose their initial application fee which currently stands at some GBP 54,000, and can wait up to four months for any refunds, if at all. We know of one client here in Australia who was eventually repaid most of the refundable fees, but it took four months and came in two tranches, many weeks apart. Why? Obviously because WGA didn't have the cash to repay and had to wait on more client fees to come in. Yet they claim to have US$8 Billion of their own money to invest.
This whole episode, after losing the application fee and a hitherto undisclosed 'break' fee as well as a currency exchange loss, has cost this company well over $500,000 and left them having to sell a valuable real estate asset. And meanwhile, WGA have had the use of nearly $2M of the client's money for nearly 12 months - nice work!
And there are a number of clients in Australia and elsewhere who have been promised settlement of their loan funds over and over again, but always an excuse for the delay. The clients in the above case were promised settlement back in June 2010. It never came, and was followed by the saga of trying to get their money back from these fraudsters, who claim to have over $8 Billion available to lend. If they did have that money, why did it take so long to refund a customer when their "Advisory Agreement" clearly stated a prompt refund if a loan did not proceed for any reason?
Ahsan Ali Syed. Once a small-time embezzler in India, now a bigtime international master fraudster.
Time is running out for this evil manipulator, with several investigations currently being undertaken.
WATCH THIS SPACE !
Wikifrauds has just received new information about Ali's activities between leaving the UK and popping up in Bahrain. We will publish this soon, after an independent check on the source is verified. If it proves to be correct, it will add another disturbing dimension to this criminal's activities.
Send me a million,
and I will lend you a hundred million.
But I won't say when.
Enviadme un millón, y yo le prestan un centenar de
millones de dólares. Pero no voy a decir cuándo.
Inviami un milione, e io vi presta un centinaio di
milioni di euro. Ma non voglio dire quando.
मुझे एक लाख भेजें, और मैं तुम्हें एक सौ उधार दे देगा
लाख. लेकिन मैं जब नहीं कहूँगा.
Senden Sie mir eine Million, und ich werde Sie verleihen hundert Millionen.
Aber ich will nicht sagen, wann.
أرسل لي مليون دولار ، وسوف تقدم لك مئة
مليون نسمة. ولكن لن أقول متى.
See also www.westerngulfadvisory.net
Free Speech - other sites shut down:
The tentacles of Ali's legal or bribery chain are long and strong. Owners of other sites supporting the charge against Ali have also met with their sites being pulled and in some cases, demands from the Sydney lawyer's own lawyers that they cease and desist publishing "defamatory" articles have hit home. The Sydney lawyer himself acts for and on behalf of Western Gulf Advisory, and Ahsan Ali Syed.
Sites effected by this 'censorship are:
WGAFraud.com - the server, Rackspace, was instructed by this same bunch of lawyers,
to pull this site and so they did. We cite below a more detailed explanation of the threats
to "tumblr" by Rackspace, who are in turn under threat themselves:
WGAFraud.com has spawned a host of 'mushroom' sites, pages and blogs to be found on
Facebook, Quora and throughout Twitter.
How can a commercial law firm fly so blatantly in support of one of the world's biggest international fraud rings and its associated lawyer in Australia? But then, even Al Capone
had lawyers! Seems some law firms have no morals whatsoever. Some people assert that there is no defamation in truth, and the truth is emerging daily.
Message from Tumblr Support:
This is a clear capitulation on the part of Rackspace. This blog is aggregating reports from other websites and mainstream news outlets including The Australian, Sydney Morning Herald, The National Business Review (NZ) and elsewhere. To refuse to host our content is a serious blow to free speech and only increases the odds that this fraud will continue unabated.
Someone is camping on the site for a very long time. We wonder who and why ???
We invite verifiable contributions that may enable us to further our knowledge of these companies or any brokers such as described above. They are as bad as the scammers themselves and need to be cleaned-up.