Private Investment Banking Corporation Scam

They ask you to open an account after a time share stock has been sold. In order to do so you much deposit a certain percent of the stock sale value in the account first. They have a very elaborate set up for almost any question you have. The tell you that you have to file an FBAR form for foreign transactions as your time share is located in Mexico.

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