Euro-Net Group

They wanted me to be a consulting for them. I teach people to trade. They paid me for that. I took it to my bank and was waiting for it to clear. the bank came back and said the check was a fake and was not even attached to a account. During the process they stayed in contact with me. trying to offer me a contract to collect past due payments in which I would receive a percentage through my business. I don’t know if its multiple people involved but they were at a conference and they used their suppose bosses names to send emails. I tried one out.They are using the name Coda Masaru from Euro-net Group and Walton Altair of Altair Investments. They have websites up. I did not see any records on ScamPulse.com of them and I have searched online and did not see anything either. This check turned out fake also. I guess they are trying to get others to collect through their business and send them money back.They using 2

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