Bruce Green, CEO of Secure Platform Funding, seems to have found a new business model involving slander to gain traction online. Secure Platform Funding seems to give the impression of being well-known for illicit practices and scandals, as sources like Scam.com suggest. Without evidence, they name financial institutions and blacklist them under their “Banned Assets and Financial Instrument Providers”.
This appears to be a list of companies and institutions that Secure Platform Funding consider harmful to customers. However, the company does not provide any hard facts to justify the existence of this list. This is made more suspicious by the allegation that Secure Platform Funding is slandering their own competition primarily – a harmful bias, in this case.
Seemingly utilizing questionable methods, Mr. Green and Secure Platform Funding may be trying to dissuade potential customers from financial institutions that stand in direct or indirect competition to him. Many of the institutions Secure Platform Funding lists are well-known, licensed and authoritative places of business, having been under the harsh scrutiny of local and international financial authorities.
In contrast, Secure Platform Funding does not seem to list any discernable reason for smearing over 105 companies on their website. The FBI has vehemently warned against platforms like Secure Platform Funding, which seem to operate under the guise of good faith and integrity while slamming competitors and scamming customers.
Secure Platform Funding is demanding transparency from financial institutions licensed and headquartered in top markets, such as the USA, Canada, UK, Singapore, and Hong Kong, yet it appears that Secure Platform Funding themselves are based in an undisclosed offshore location – one day in Nevis, and another day in the Isle of Man. This doesn’t command much trust or provide assurance to potential customers, as Secure Platform Funding do not appear to be transparent themselves.
Rumor has it that a group of around fifty companies blacklisted by Secure Platform Funding are preparing legal action against the company and Mr. Green for defamation. They may demand financial reparation and compensation in court. This could swiftly turn into a multi-million dollar claim, that could rain down on Secure Platform Funding; it could end even worse. Furthermore, they intend to file complaints with financial authorities to pressure Secure Platform Funding and Mr. Green to remove the unfounded allegations against them from the company’s website, and to cease and desist from such defamation practices in the future.
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