Globex Fintech (globexfintech.com)
BPO Projects Provider
Is Globex Fintech Fake or Real?
Why is Globex Fintech Likely Fake?
Globex Fintech (globexfintech.com) is a company that claims to be a BPO Projects Provider and calls itself a ‘New Profitable Business Option’.
I was approached by a potential client of Globex Fintech to investigate whether it shows signs of being fake I had previously written an article on a company called Globexx Group that was claiming to provide the same services and was found to be a scam.
There is some reason to believe that Globex Fintech and Globexx Group might be the same company. Looking at the GST information of Globex Fintech, we can see that it used to be called Globexx Group. Considering that Globexx Group’s website has since shut down, there is a small possibility that Globex Fintech might be a new grift by the same scammers.
We can see from the above information that the company was registered only in July 2020.
A domain name lookup of the website shows that it was registered on 19th March 2019. However, there are no archived snapshots of the site and nor is there is any website traffic data. The domain’s ownership was transferred on 9th July 2021 is seems that this is the real date of creation for Globex Fintech’s website.
The registrant’s details such as name, location and contact details have been hidden using a paid service. Therefore, it is a new website that is being operated anonymously.
Even though the company was registered in July 2020 and the website appears to have been created only in July 2021, the footer falsely states that the site has been active since 2016. There is no evidence of this being true.
Looking at the company’s name itself, we can see that it makes no sense. Fintech refers to ‘Financial Technology’ and companies in this industry provide services regarding banking, payments, insurance, trading and more. It seems like nonsense for a Fintech company to be providing call centre services.
The website itself is quite poorly made and does not seem to be created by professionals. There is not a single piece of original content on the website as all of it has been copied from various sites of legitimate call centre companies.
Globex Fintech’s website also contains fake statistics regarding the number of clients, projects, staff and awards. They claim that the company has won 35+ International Awards, which is impossible considering that the website is just a few days old and the company is barely a year old. There is no online footprint of Globex Fintech at all.
The Blog section is entirely copied too and the articles contain fake dates. They are dated December 2019 even though the company or website clearly did not exist back then. The content itself has been plagiarised from the website of a genuine company.
Even the Testimonials on the website are fake. There is clear evidence that the same testimonials can be found on various other sites.
Globex Fintech does not seem to have a social media presence. There are social media icons given on the site but they are fake as they lead nowhere. There is an Instagram chat option on the site that leads to a page called ‘callcenterbizz’ with 39 followers and no website link.
The contact details given on the website are two email IDs, a phone number and an address. The email IDs were found to be working when tested. However, the addresses are incomplete.
Globex Fintech claims to have a Head Office in Dubai but there is no proof of this being true. There is supposedly a Branch Office in Goregaon East in Mumbai, but this contradicts the GST registration information where it is claimed that Globex Fintech is located in Dahisar, East in Mumbai.
The phone number is a landline number that is marked as ‘Music’ in TrueCaller instead of showing the company name.
No reviews for Globex Fintech could be found online. If you want to share information about your experience with this company, you can do so in the comments below or on my social media pages.
It is extremely likely that Globex Fintech might be a fake BPO provider. The company’s GST registration information shows that it was previously named Globexx Group which is the name of a company that was previously found to be a scam. However, there is no conclusive evidence that they are both the same.
The company name itself makes no sense as it does not provide any Fintech services. The website appears incredibly unprofessional as the entire content, including testimonials, have been lifted from many different websites of legitimate BPO companies.
The GST information shows that the company was registered in July 2020. The domain registration information suggests that Globex Fintech’s website has only been operational since July 2021. However, the website falsely claims that it has been active since 2016. Globex Fintech also makes the ridiculous claim that this company has won 35+ international awards with no evidence to back it up.
The website contains fake social media links. The Dubai and Mumbai addresses given on the website are incomplete. The Mumbai address mentions Goregaon East even though the company is actually registered in Dahisar East. The phone number is shown as ‘Music’ in TrueCaller instead of displaying the company name.
Even though Globex Fintech claims to have 950 clients, there is not a single review about it available online. It is advisable to avoid dealing with Globex Fintech, as there are several signs suggesting that it might be a scam.
If you feel that you have been scammed by this company, you can file a complaint on the national cyber crime helpline number for India 155260 or on the National Cyber Crime Reporting Portal.
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If you have been a victim of an investment scam, you can take the following steps:
- File a complaint with the payment portal. However, investment scammers mostly use methods such as Bitcoin, Western Union, MoneyGram and other untraceable methods which make refunds impossible.
- File a formal police complaint with the Cybercrime department.
- Leave a negative review on review portals such as Scamadviser and TrustPilot
- Report the website to Google using the Suspicious Site Reporter extension for Chrome
- Give a low rating to the website on Web of Trust. You can also install their extension for the same.
- If the company has a listing on Google My Business or Google Maps, file a complaint using the Business Redressal Complaint Form. Also, leave a negative review explaining what kind of experience you had.
- Report the scam site to web filtering companies.
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