Thank you for your review much appreciated, it seems they have huge financial problems and now take a run with clients funds
That sort of veiled threat by them is uncalled for. Great customer service I guess.In the Republic of Lithuania each person has a right of freedom of speech, thus we cannot forbid you to contact any media companies. However, each right of a person comes with responsibility, thus please be advised that in case your actions will result in any form of our damages, these actions will be evaluated from the legal perspective in the competent authorities of the Republic of Lithuania.
I'm Lithuanian myself, what you're speaking, is true. But if we speak about SatchelPay, they have nothing to do with Lithuania, just a license there, and few hired persons from Lithuania, who have no idea, in what company they are working. All of the employees are Russian/Ukrainian, even person, who started SatchelPay LTD. in UK, is Russian (need proofs? just Google SatchelPay LTD.), just when company moved to Lithuania, they found some fake director (Thomas) to run the company. I will repeat, why there is no information on Google about him, when he claims he's:That sort of veiled threat by them is uncalled for. Great customer service I guess.
Be careful these are shaven head Eastern European mobsters in black leather jackets and nike track suit bottoms that run these sort of companies typically. I hope they have not stolen your money but......
"In the EU, Lithuanians have the highest percentage of their expat population in jail.
From around 330,000 Lithuanian expats in the EU, around 2,000 are in prison, according to Eurocrimes estimates.
This percentage is at 0.59 - almost double the next highest countries, Latvia and Romania, on 0.39 per cent. This is not a massive number. This is not a crime wave. There is a margin or error here. But it does show a trend. And it doesn't look good for the Baltic state.
Lithuanians are highly involved in thieving gangs. "
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Wish you good luck and keep update usSorry for double post, but I have enough with this company. They are still ignoring my emails, live support says "We will forward all your comments above to our AML specialists", still nothing after, when trying to call to directors number (Satchelpay - you can find it here) - no one picks up the phone. I'm writing official complaint to Bank of Lithuania today. If anyone have problems with this company too, I can help you, I'm fluent in Lithuanian and I can write complaint for you too (free of charge, of course). If you think it won't help, trust me, it will, Trustcom Financial tried to steal my money too, they had my funds for 4 months or more, I decided to write complaint, and guess what, money was released to me.
Thank you for doing the home work. Well done! Cheers!Hey guys. As someone have mentioned before, that same people run Satchel Pay and TheFintechLab, this is totally true. Just of calling their numbers you can see that, as the same person answers them. TheFintechLab is fraudulent company - if you open their website, you can see that they are partners with many well known companies. One of them is Blockchain Centre Vilnius. I have contacted them, and got answer from them after a while:
Hi, and apologies for the slow reply. We have no affiliation with them whatsoever and I am surprised to learn they are claiming that fact. Thank you very much for bringing this to my attention - we will take the required steps to clear this matter up asap. Thanks
I did not contact any of the other provided partners yet, but I'm sure they are fake too, as none of them have stated in their websites, that they have partnership with TheFintechLab. And I don't know if I did mention that, but journalist that I'm in contact with, have checked some databases, and TheFintechLab is also Russian/Latvian company, just based in Lithuania.
I'm pretty sure someone from Satchel Pay is reading this thread, so they will remove everything from their and TheFintechLab websites, but it's ok, I have saved all the details and so on.