Sky News Article on the petition started by Keith Carre to the UK Parliament.
Fight Fraud in UK
Premier FX Ltd: Financial Scam Ponzi Style Fraud
See press articles below
Fraudsters are stealing millions and billions from British citizens every week and victims are disowned by both Banks and the Police. Fraud crime is earning £52 billion per year and rising each year: Crime pays in the UK. Please help us by signing our petition to get this changed.
Action Fraud UK is a phone-in centre with no teeth and no resources aka “Inaction Fraud UK” and is a bad, appalling service for victims. We are 250 customers who were scammed of life savings by British firm Premier FX a foreign exchange firm who had full FCA (Financial Conduct Authority) approvals for their trading and secretly operated an illegal Ponzi style scheme and money laundering for 12 years unnoticed by the British authorities and Barclays Bank despite the advertising of illegal services on their website. The firm was authorised, unchecked three times by the FCA while operating the scam and stole millions from us.
We trusted the FCA and UK banks to do their job and have been let down, had our money stolen and ignored by the Police who say “This crime doesn’t bang bleed or shout so its nothing to do with us”.
Please sign our Petition to have a Parliamentary Debate on FRAUD, BRITAINS LARGEST CRIME, and bring Premier FX and many other fraud cases to the punishment they deserve.
We recommend to Parliament creating a national Counter-Fraud Agency with effective powers for arrest and repayment of stolen money by those criminal families who are living in our midst thinking they have got away with their evil fraud, OR full compensation by the Regulators, will put a stop to much of this easy, lucrative UK crime.
Please see below links to press articles.
PLEASE READ AND SIGN AND GET FRIENDS TO SIGN ALSO. WE NEED YOUR HELP
THE NEXT TIME IT MAY BE YOU OR YOUR FAMILY THAT ARE THE VICTIMS.
Here are some articles where the FCA and others have failed people.
FCA defies its own watchdog and refuses to refund fraud victim who lost £13k to scammers who took advantage of a bungled listing… from 2005