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Mendelssohn White


Country Singapore
City Raffles Place
Address Singapore Land Tower 50
Website http://www.mendelssohn-white.com/

Mendelssohn White Reviews

  • Jun 21, 2017

I lost money in this because of shoddy research on the company Mendelssohn White.

Things started in February with clold calling and ended im May when I became too suspicious.

They started with a proposal for investing in Twieter, which when southe but they recoved lost money by shorting it. Then they came with a gold deal which looked very complicated but not suspiciosu enough for me. I gave more money for this. Then before the deal ended they had a new one for wich they asked for doulbe the money which I refused which made thme very aggressive.

The statement from Singapore MAS was that this company is not registered and a warnign already issued.

email adresses are [email protected], [email protected] The latter called himself "Chief Investment Officer" and speaks in a clear Oxford accent. His tel is from Hong Kong. He was once extremely aggressive and went to insulting me on the phone. Very unprofessional even as a crook.

  • Feb 3, 2017

I got various telephone calls and e-mails from "portfolio managers" and "brokers" supposedly calling from a company called Mendelssohn White purporting to be based in Singapore. Since the telephone numbers were suppressed I could not tell where the calls were really originating from although the background noise indicated that it was a busy call center.

The callers told me that Mendelssohn White exists since 2005. In various fake press releases they state: "Mendelssohn White is an employee-owned, independent investment company located in Singapore. We manage a broad range of commingled investment programs and separate accounts for nonprofit institutions, corporate and public pension plans and other select investors and wealthy individuals."

However, the internet domain Mendelssohn-White was registered by proxy in 2015 through Privacy Protect as you can see here:

Domain Name: MENDELSSOHN-WHITE.COM

Registry Domain ID: 1912452882_DOMAIN_COM-VRSN

Registrar WHOIS Server: whois.publicdomainregistry.com

Registrar URL: www.publicdomainregistry.com

Updated Date: 2015-05-23T02:41:25Z

Creation Date: 2015-03-23T15:35:50Z

Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2017-03-23T15:35:50Z

Registrar: PDR Ltd. d/b/a PublicDomainRegistry.com

Registrar IANA ID: 303

Domain Status: clientTransferProhibited https://icann.org/epp#clientTransferProhibited

Registry Registrant ID: Not Available From Registry

Registrant Name: Domain Admin

Registrant Organization: Privacy Protection Service INC d/b/a PrivacyProtect.org

Registrant Street: C/O ID#10760, PO Box 16 Note - Visit PrivacyProtect.org to contact the

domain owner/operator Note - Visit PrivacyProtect.org to contact the domain owner/operator

http://whois.domaintools.com/mendelssohn-white.com

No serious financial services firm would register their domain by proxy and call random people from suppressed numbers. Of course, the e-mail headings were also anonymized.

I then called the Monetary Authority of Singapore which is Singapore's central bank and financial regulatory authority. They told me that there is no record whatsoever of a financial services company called Mendelssohn White in Singapore and that the individuals supposedly acting as exectuvies of this "company" namely Hyun Teo, Roy Pang and Kiet Smith are also unknown to them. With other words, the names were invented just as the names of the "portfolio managers" and "brokers" that contacted me. You can check the website of the Monetary Authority of Singapore to see for yourself:

https://masnetsvc.mas.gov.sg/FID.html

Next, I had an acquaintance of mine visit Mendelssohn White at their supposed business premises: Singapore Land Tower, 50 Raffles Place, 048623 Singapore. He was told that there were more than 250 companies based at that address but that Mendelssohn White was not one of them. The address is as fictitious as the names of the callers and the registration of the enterprise.

Meanwhile I received more telephone calls from Mendelssohn White and was offered legitimate shares at a preferential price. I was asked to transfer 100.000 USD to another entity which supposedly acts as a "clearing house" for Mendelssohn White.

If you get a phone call from someone purporting to be from a company called "Mendelssohn White," you should record the conversation and contact law enforcement right away. This is obviously another boiler room scam.

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