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Barbados Banks hit by Fraudsters

BARBADOS (Naked Departure) — BANK FRAUD — This is my first time requesting information be a post or commenting, I choose to do this because a friend of mines was falsely accused of Fraud when it was clearly Nigerian fraudsters and the Fraud squad, Police, and Bank with the help of the associated employees worked against her.

Only last year the Island Banks was hit by the fraudster who was released after spending less than 6 months in prison and the other accomplices wasn’t apprehended.  The BHTA publish an article about the reintroduced of a warning system that would notify the BHTA of suspicious CC activities after some Brits and a Bajan was charged for the said CC Fraud.  The police then confirm CC Fraud and ATM skimming is on the rise and in all their efforts only locals are apprehended this clearly states they are unable to implement a fit and to provide an E.I where some people came into the island and rack up a bill of up to 1 million i.e. How long did it took them to realise they were defrauded?

It was interesting that know one got locked up and accessed of CC fraud like my friend did.  However, that’s the story behind my reason for wanting this story post.   It a story about internet fraud done by Europeans via a Malware use to target the ATMs they hacked.

The Banks are charging $5 – $10 when you conduct business via the teller that can be done via the ATM how long would it be before another crew of fraudster decides to reek havoc on the Barbadian public again and all the people who were affected got their refund?

Are the Banks secured.   Anonymous (and verbatim)

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14 thoughts on “Barbados Banks hit by Fraudsters”

  1. @ Home

    Shows how Fraud is done in Barbados if Mark Thompson the Architect was able to cash one of your checks st Scotia Bank that you did not authorize or had a bank account there. He would have had to be assisted by a Bank Manager to cash the $5000 Fraud check. More Fraud happens inside the Banks than outside in Barbados


    1. he’s not an architect either. he never graduated from any college. doubt me? go see him and ask or look around to see if a degree is pinned to a wall. knowing the arrogant f’er, he would have it on all the walls in his office. he has no degree. HE HAS NO DEGREE. he just said he was and bajans believed and he said it before there was regulation….. if ANY gov’t body says he is, they were either fooled or they are LYING or covering for him. HE HAS NO DEGREE.


  2. @TJ
    You are correct a lot of illegal activities and crime happens within the banks themselves and when compounded with collusion with dirty cops dealing with Fraud you can imagine the amount of damage over the years “unsolved” or blamed on someone else.


  3. JAN. Get your butt back in that bank and make some noise> Let them call the police. Forget Nigerians, most of this shit sounds like an inside job.


  4. This has happen with the RBC ,My visas debate card I had seven thousands dollars on my card use the card five time spending less the two hundred dollars when I went to the bank for the balance that’s the only way you know the balance on the card witch I find strange the teller tell me I max out the card ,I ask for transactions history it was a hold bunch of fubush I can’t get understand I ask her for a explanation she that it she can’t help me any further and the bank is full and she can’t spend any more time with me no make an appointment nothing ,I thought it was only me .Barbadian let move from the bank and go to the credit unions.Bank is not for poor people.who do we go to ?


  5. This Story is absolutely Correct ,my business Partner experience this Said Credit Card Fraud , Nigerian’s ,Paid his Company by Credit Card’s that turned Out to be Fraudulent Card’s ,the Police Charged my Business Partner for theft, rather than go after the Crooks ,the Police went after the Victim, Can you believed that Stupidness ,and Called themselves Police .


  6. Most of these credit cards and atm frauds are being comprised by bank staff internally by those who are top of the cc department. Ask Frank Drakes who was at First Caribbean bank and who is now at RBC bank in Bridgetown running the cc department. Frank is a known drug trafficker (use to conceal cocaine in hotsauce) for overseas shipments to North America and elsewhere. Frank knows where all the skeletons are buried in the banking system and the additional partners in crime in the Barbados Police Fraud Squad involved in the credit card racket.


  7. The Barbados Police Fraud Squad led by gold tooth crooked Pastor Mark White who has written bounced checks to local businesses and protected by equally crooked female Sargeant Pinder who has been moved to CID. This Fraud Squad unit is the leader in criminal conspiracy and deception. It also doesn’t help to have a crooked and compromised DPP Charles Leacock who turns a blind eye as he and Mark White are also crime partners. Barbados is a banana republic.


  8. Bajans should be aware that in a number of local banks higher ups working in the credit card section are working with fraudulent members of the Barbados Police Fraud Squad and outsiders to do most of these ATM and cc crimes in a criminal conspiracy. The banks involved are primarily first Caribbean and RBC. The people at the top of their cc sections are known drug dealers or thieves and so working in a criminal conspiracy with crooked Police is a no brainier for financial gain. I know this as I was approached by same Fraud Squad Police and bankers heading those departments at First Caribbean and RBC . I refused


    1. “Know The Truth” you are correct in what you are saying because I had a similar experience with one of the banks you mentioned where $500.00 disappeared from my credit card account and nobody in the bank including the manager could help me. I was told that I never made any payments on the account. It is only after I made noise in the bank and threatened to go public with the story that the $500 appeared on the account. I was told that they would investigate the matter and get back to me. Never heard anything more from them.


      1. Mark B.A. Thompson stole $5,000 from me and cashed the check, made out to me, at ScotiaBank. They said they would investigate and get back to me………………………NOTHING. It will never happen!


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