Scammer Information Details of Scam Report
The focus of this scam is a program called Plus20K, also known as E65. This scam has victimized as many as 100,000 people worldwide since it's inception in 1999. The money taken in by this program, estimated at between US $12 million-$20 million, has been used to create and promote other fraudulent activities including bogus stock investments and gold/silver speculation. The specific individuals are named below:
Mike Poulos, an expatriate Canadian, residing in Indonesia since about 1999; an American, Jeff Gordon, believed to be living in Atlanta, GA; Hansel Kao, believed to be a Singapore national. Recently, a new company was formed in Batam and announced in a newspaper there. The company is called HMV Bullion, named for it's principal partners, Hansel Kao, Mike Poulos, and Vizal Fepwarmen. Shortly after formation of this partnership, Mr Poulos was detained and fined by Indonesian customs for attempting to smuggle 1,000 Canadian silver coins into Indonesia illegally from Singapore by failing to declare them as currency. Hansel Kao, one of the HMV partners, has been identified as manager of a Singapore business, E-Force Services, owned by Mike Poulos, which has been used since about 2007 or 2008 as a mail-drop to receive documents and funds extracted from victims of the E65/Plus20K scam.
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