GSBC sends me crap I didn’t ask for after phone call I didn’t have

This was in my Inbox tonight … twice.

“Further to our recent telephone conversation regarding the above, I write to firstly thank you for taking the time to speak with me and expressing your interest in the media-tech company Global Satellite Broadcasting Corporation, who are about to be taken public onto the US before the end of this month, by the global investment banking firm Paragon International Placements Ltd and as their authorised marketing agents, Apriva Marketing Co Ltd is delighted to be working alongside Paragon International Placements and are honoured to have been given the task of creating global market awareness regarding both Paragon and the imminent listing of GSBC.

As I explained in our telephone call, Paragon is currently working with a media technology company called Global Satellite Broadcasting Corporation that will be listing on a major US Stock Market by mid-March. Paragon is now at the final stages of its first round of financing for GSBC, making this a one-off pre-listing opportunity available only through Paragon International Placements Ltd.”

For the uninitiated, this is the company few have even heard of, but is doing everything it can to ratchet up valuations – including some rather aggressive, one might even say wild-assed, revenue projections.

It’s not a bunch of fun to see years of work to legitimize this space, done by a bunch of good people, corroded by evidently shameless stock promoters.

16 thoughts on “GSBC sends me crap I didn’t ask for after phone call I didn’t have”

  1. well I don’t think it’s GSBC that is sending you this crap but some guy who is trying to make money on selling GSBC stock.
    when you get spam for VIAGRA, do you think it’s PFIZER sending you the e-mail…???

    really now.

  2. When I get spam for Viagra I know it is a counterfeiter.

    When I get phone calls and emails from these guys I can go online and CONFIRM in press releases that Paragon is officially acting on GSBC’s account.

  3. Dear Sirs,

    I bought some shares of GSBC from Paragon International Placements ltd, but for three months now I did not received my certificates.
    I want to know if really this company is the official indermidiate to sell on behalf of GSBC the shares, since is going public very soon.

    Do you think that this company is a fraud company?

    Thanks
    andreas

  4. Dear Sirs,

    Can you tell us if Paragon inernational Placements ltd is an existing company, registered and appointed by GSBC to act on their behalf?

    thanks
    andreas

  5. Andreas

    I looked up Paragon and they would appear to be a real company. I’m not quite sure how you get the idea I’m supposed to be doing due diligence for your investment interests. If a doofus like me can look up SEC filings, etc, I am sure you are more than capable.

    I will let people make up their own minds as to the legitimacy of GSBC. I just find their claims and plans to be wildly enthusiastic.

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  7. GSBC/Paragon is a boiler room scam/ complete fraud. I have the evidence. If you have bought shares through Paragon, report it to the police and let’s bring these guys down

    • Hello

      Did you bought those share ??? I hope not . If i would have trusted all those callers . i would be the reaches men in the world . Mosthly big stories never ending to much fraud and scammers.

  8. i have been recieving calls from Paragon International Placements based in Hong Kong to buy shares worth US$15.000. The guy who has been calling me non stop is called Mark Paine (British accent). I have my doubts about this, because it seems too good. The shares are currently going in at $5 and the company will soon b e listed on HKSE and the NASDAQ with shares retailing at $10-$15. I am from South Africa. Is this a legit company? Is there a builing called International Finance Building in Hong Kong (thats their physical address).

    • Hi,

      Same here, from South Africa too. Started getting these calls shortly after registering on Alibaba.com
      Mark Shannon called me and also a british accent.
      They looking to push a Company called Touch Media, which may be a real company but they may not be authorised to represent Touch Media.

      Anyway if I dont understand it, I dont buy it. If it isnt a referral from someone I know, then I am not interested.

      /Shahin

    • Hello same happend to me . i also registerd at alibaba.com and those bandits are contacting a lot of dealers from this webside , so allways ask yourself wy i´m the winner and nobady else . They only like our money …..
      i learn o lot out of those guys . TRUST NOBODY at all , unless you have 100 % protection . Greetings to south africa from nice place here in germany

  9. Do not under any circumstances buy any shares from Paragon: this is a boiler room scam. If it sounds too good to be true, it generally is!

  10. here is the complete Adress . SURE THIS IS BOILER ROOM SCAM . WHY I DUMMY SHOULD GET THIS GOOD OFFER ??? JUST ME TO MAKE SUCH HIGH PROFIT ?? THE ONLY TAKE YOUR HARD aeRNET MONEY WHICH YOU HAVE WORKED HARD FOR IT . THEY TELL YOU STORY AND THEY USE PHYSICAL WORD TO MAKE YOU SMART AND SOFT UNSTILL YOU AGRRE . SOON THEY SEND YOU PAYMENT INSTROUCTIONS ; WHEN YOU HAVE SEND MONEY THEY STILL CALL YOU : SOMETIMES YOU SEE THAT YOUR INVESTMENT IS GROWING UP . IF YOU TRUST IN THIS THEY ASK YOU TO PURCHASE MORE SHARES , OF COURSE ALL MONEY IS GONE : YOU WILL SEE THIS SOONEST WHEN YOU ASK THEM TO RETURN SOME MONEY BACK TO YOU . DO NOT TRUST THOSE GUYS AT ALL : CHECK ALLWAYS WHIT YOU BANK FIRTS . WHEN YOU SEND MONEY IT IS GOPNE FOR SURE .

    Paragon. One International Finance centre, 18th Floor, 1 Harbour View Street, Central, Hong Kong
    Tel: +852 2166 8639 Fax: +852 2166 8999 Website: http://www.paragon?international.com

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