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November 17, 2015, 12:01:28 AM
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IGOT offer to accept funds from Australians through an Australian bank account in order to allow you to buy and sell bitcoin. They use ABN 66 160 051 990 trading as 13th pty ltd IGOT call themselves a reserve. However once they have the funds , they only pretend to buy and sell bitcoin. You cannot spend the bitcoin. You cannot move the bitcoin. You cannot withdraw cash after converting bitcoin to cash. In effect they give you only a login and excuses


About the scammer

Name:
IGOT AUSTRALIA 13TH PTY LTD
Website:
IGOT.COM
Scammer's address:
P.O BOX 628
Oaklands Park SA 5046

I encourage anyone else scammed by IGOT to
Report to scamwatch
Report TO ASIC ,  IGOT ABN 66 160 051 990 trading as 13th pty ltd
P.O BOX 628
Oaklands Park SA 5046
Report them to your Consumer Affairs in the state you live
Post on Australian forums about IGOT
Employ a debt collector
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Registration details for IGOT TECH SOLUTIONS PRIVATE LIMITED

COMPANY NAME
IGOT TECH SOLUTIONS PRIVATE LIMITED
CIN
U72900KA2012PTC061947
REGISTERED DATE
1/2/2012
REGISTRATION NUMBER
61947
CATEGORY
Company limited by shares
SUB CATEGORY
Indian Non-Government Company
SUB CATEGORY
Private
LISTED / UNLISTED
Unlisted
ADDRESS 1
223/7, 2ND FLOOR, 4TH MAIN
ADDRESS 2
3RD CROSS, CHAMRAJPET
CITY
BANGALORE
STATE
Karnataka
PINCODE
560018
APPROVAL STATUS
Approved
COUNTRY
INDIA
CONTACT INFO
ppswamy_49@hotmail.com who is this guy Huh?


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So is it an Indian company then? From the company registration details above it seems that way. Maybe they are using mules in Australia (and other places?) to clean the scammed money before it reaches them. I never heard of them before this thread, better to find recommendations round here

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So is it an Indian company then? From the company registration details above it seems that way. Maybe they are using mules in Australia (and other places?) to clean the scammed money before it reaches them. I never heard of them before this thread, better to find recommendations round here

No the company is not Indian origin, The owner Rick Day seems to hail from India but staying in Australia, first registered the company in Australia, then in India and other places also - most probably the operations and all site maintenance along with the what so called never act support service takes place from India.

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April 04, 2016, 01:34:26 AM
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IGOT offer to accept funds from Australians through an Australian bank account in order to allow you to buy and sell bitcoin. They use ABN 66 160 051 990 trading as 13th pty ltd IGOT call themselves a reserve. However once they have the funds , they only pretend to buy and sell bitcoin. You cannot spend the bitcoin. You cannot move the bitcoin. You cannot withdraw cash after converting bitcoin to cash. In effect they give you only a login and excuses


About the scammer

Name:
IGOT AUSTRALIA 13TH PTY LTD
Website:
IGOT.COM
Scammer's address:
P.O BOX 628
Oaklands Park SA 5046

I encourage anyone else scammed by IGOT to
Report to scamwatch
Report TO ASIC ,  IGOT ABN 66 160 051 990 trading as 13th pty ltd
P.O BOX 628
Oaklands Park SA 5046
Report them to your Consumer Affairs in the state you live
Post on Australian forums about IGOT
Employ a debt collector


Yes, 100% scammers. I'm not sure why you didn't do some due diligence before paying funds to their account.

The way these scammers operate is by using a sophisticated-looking website to entice people to believe in their services. On the surface the entire offer is intended to wow the victim. Promises of operational simplicity and integrity come into play. When they have your money that's where and when you discover you have been conned. The account within their website is 100% restrictive. I also opened an account on their site but had the common sense to first look deeper into their operational procedures before paying anything to their bank account.

It is impossible to move bitcoin FROM your IGOT wallet to an external wallet or bitcoin address. You are most welcome of course to move bitcoins into their system but they won't allow a reciprocal transfer.

Avoid these scammers. Fraudsters of the worst caliber.









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