Scam Tip Report #98164 - Crypto trader, Robert Kim, a serial scammer, steals millions from investors


Scam ReporterScam Tips Received
Anonymous
Santa Fe, NM, United States
2020-02-04 23:20:15
Business Venture Scam
YouTube
Crypto trader, Robert Kim, a serial scammer, steals millions from investors   
 Scammer
  Information
Name:
Robert Kim
Email Address:
tradingdesk@bitcoin-fund-manager.com
Scam Website:
Robert Kim, the YouTube crypto trading “expert” and owner of bitcoin-fund-manager.com, just scammed me out of my life savings! He is an expert con artist, orchestrating his scam in a serial manner, incorporating fake trading platforms, confidence game, payment ransom, fake banks, and laundering of $13 million USD cash sourced from Colombia. Please suspend all judgment about how I got suckered into this for now and read on. It is essential that he is banned from all social media and web sites operations on the internet and prevented from stealing more money from investors.

Kim is an American born citizen, currently based in Seoul, Korea. He has been accused of serial cons in the US until around 2010, and then started the con game again in South Korea (details are provided by another victim/concerned citizen at www.robertkim-scam-korean,american-conman.blogspot.com). Around 2017, Kim started up www.bitcoin-fund-manager.com which offers free and paid subscription daily technical analysis updates as well as managed trading through API. He often warns viewers on his YouTube videos to not give anyone bitcoin to invest and be careful of imposters making personal contacts through social media. However, he is the “imposter” and I have video proof! Kim “manages” crypto trades through his fake trading platform, Gluxtrade.com. He shows enticing profits before demanding a 15% pay in advance profit. He then shows huge profits, but they are never accessible, using blockchain wallet non-spendable funds with no private key. Kim creates fake shipping companies to send shipping manifests showing that the profits are being sent in US dollars. Similar to the puppy shipping scam, the shippers have many problems and continue to demand more money to get the shipment past customs. Once he has drained the investor of money on each phase of the scam, he goes to a new one. He uses fake banks to show the huge profit in an account and then requires VAT fees to transfer the funds. When he has finally exhausted all of the investor’s funds and patience, he celebrates his victory by texting f-you gifs.


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