Brugest AG

One day I received a cal from Mario Vukic,a supposed stock trader of a Swiss company Brugest AG www.brugest.ch based now in Singapore. They offered to send me stock pic tip for the next 14 day so I can see how they advice would perform. Their pitch was that due to being in Singapore in a different time zone, they have an extra time to analyze the markets after closing and before open. All of their recommendations very good advice, I watched every trade live on many financial portals and all the stocks performed the way they said it would. It looked legitimate as it was independently verified, there was no way they could be altering the live market performance. So they did have good knowledge of financial market.

They could very well have a business there except, from there, they started offering additional purchases into pre-IPO companies; firms that are planning to go public in the near future. I did one such trade in the volume of $80k into a real company that really went public, WIMI Hologram. It did not perform the way they said it would and stock declined. But, David Gonzales brought up an institutional investor who bought out large number of positions at profitable price {that right there seemed unreal} and I started to ask about withdrawal of some funds…Very shortly after they again offered another quick trade into Dell and yet again, I watched it live to rise as they expected t should and my concerns where again put to rest, because I did see the live stock performance, there was again no way this could be altered externally, it was real, except my funds where more likely not really invested, it was all on paper.

Then In June 2020 they offered another pre IPO purchase into company DS Mining from South Africa. Symbol DMSN {which is no where to be found on any of the exchanges}. The IPO should’ve taken place at the and of August 2020 but I was informed the company has decided to postpone until further notice. I had “$153k” sitting in a company that’s not listed, dead money. So I was presented with an option out, but in order to sell, I had to buy more because the buyer was buying large bulk of share and each position had to be at certain share count. So I got another invoice for $45k in Sept.30th and I simply tried to call the office instead of receiving a phone call from David Gonzales. I could not place the call, the number was ‘wrong”.

I tried calling apps Viber and was able to reach someone. They didn’t say ‘Brugest’ or ;Alpha Market”, they simply said ‘hello” and when asked to be connected to someone, that someone was always busy, in a meeting, on the line etc..always. Not one time was I able to call them myself. I did receive a call back shortly every time. They ‘merged’ with another company and are operatiing under firm Alpha Market Investments Honk Kong. www.alphamarketinvestments.com

All of the wire transfers went to CITI bank Honk Kong , Beneficiary name CMGT GROUP LIMITED, 1/F WAI FUNG PLAZA 664 NATHAN ROAD, MONGKOK, KOWLOON, HONG KONG

So I started asking about some tangible proof that they are really in Singapore and Honk Kong, I wanted to do video conference call, I wanted to see for myself that this is real. David denied every time and ‘was offended’ that I don’t trust him. Basically I should be lucky I have a direct line to Senior Partner and Honk Kong investment firm and not question their intentions. Nevertheless I pressed for proof. He reluctantly send me 2 photos from outside Metroplaza Towers in Honk Kong. 2 generic looking photos of street and the towers. I went on google street view and found two things – one view showed towers with scaffolding and construction whereas the street view showed brand new entry {in the switched date option I could see the scaffolding being there in 2011} and the other photo I was able to find a perfect match when switched to 2011 steer view…In other words, I knew then and there that they are not where they say they are, I made few phone calls to local monetary authorities and non of the businesses was registered to do any stock trading etc.

Beware, check their credentials before hand and avoid the loss I’m suffering right now. They have been reported to authorities and time will tell if they get caught. Sooner or later, they will, I’m very certain.

Sincerely , Roman Precechtel, Laguna Niguel California and Prerov, Czech Republic

Country Hong Kong
City Kwai Fong
Address Level 29, Metroplaza Tower 1 223 Hing Fong Rd
Phone 852 8191 4259
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