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Base information about Forex SCAM company:

Real adress in Philipines and company name is:

Company Name: Outstrive
Address: 3rd Floor 399 Enzo building, Makati, Philippines
Phone: +1 (347) 891-7520

Top managment of stealer who scam money of clients:

Juan Belleza Jr
Team Leader
2056 D Kahilum 1 Barangay 870 Zone 95 Pandacan Manila, Philippines
639776459387 / 639155292409

Lea Jean Belleza
2056 D Kahilum 1 Barangay 870 Zone 95 Pandacan Manila, Philippines

James Tulabot
Team Leader

Allen Roel Costales
Sale Manager
522 Tanglaw St. Mandaluyong City Barnagay Plainview

Kristoff Salazar
Sale Team Leader
Unit 1414 Kumagawa Bldg River City Brgy 880 Sta. Ana Manila, Philippines

Xanty Octavo
Sale Manager
8137 Yabut Street Guadalupe Nuevo Makati City , Philippines

Virgilito Dada
Account Manager

Elton Danao
Sale Manager
639175048891 / 639991854086

All of this persons need be condemned and moved in Jail.

!!!!!STOP STEAL Philippines MONEY!!!!!!

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Employees left inside had earlier refused to connect telephone calls and deliberately dismantled the hotel’s public address system. Tadiar also said that Ver had received information that the Honasan group was allegedly planning to kill Tadiar on 21 February, Friday. Thus, on Friday night, some military men in full combat gear were arrested by Marines in a restricted area in Fort Bonifacio on suspicion of coming to kill Tadiar. According to Tadiar, the arrested men, 17 enlisted personnel and one officer, turned out to be the security men of Minister Ongpin, led by Navy LtSG Michael Angelo Asperin (PMA’81). Tadiar then reported this to Ver and supposedly urged him to arrest Honasan and company, but Ver refused. It also later surfaced that PC Lt Col Rodolfo Aguinaldo , a RAM member, disclosed the names of 14 key RAM officers to his Central Intelligence Agency contact at the US Embassy in an unauthorized meeting. On the other hand, the increased troop movements could have been the prelude to a declaration of martial law and the repression of the expected mass resistance to it. The most significant development arising from the series of military interventions from 1986 to the present is the emergence of the AFP as a potentially decisive political force in our society. There had been seven attempts at military intervention from the period of 1986 until just before the latest one in December 1989. From face-to-face sessions between teachers and students, teaching and learning have to be done online to allow students to continue learning while preventing the spread of this infectious disease.

This is especially true with respect to the perceived lax treatment of the high-ranking military officers who openly participated in the attempt. In a closed-door meeting with the joint staff, major service commanders and Metro Manila police superintendents on the afternoon of 7 July at the Navy Headquarters, two strategies were discussed to end the Manila Hotel fiasco. One called for a lightning attack on that day, before the 24-hour grace period to surrender expired. Through the competent management of media (i.e., continuous coverage of events, regular press conferences, interviews, exposes, deliberate information leaks, and other tactical and preemptive uses of media), the RAM had the edge in the propaganda war. But then, winning the hearts and minds of the public in those days was not a very difficult task. On 2 April 1985, the official name of RAM was coined from another acronym, “R.E.F.O.R.M. “R.E.F.O.R.M.” cryptically stood for Restore Ethics, Fair-Mindedness, Order, Righteousness and Morale. Two weeks later, presumably under orders from Malacañang, Ramos, who was then acting Chief of Staff while Ver was on leave to face trial in the Aquino-Galman case, met with RAM officers for seven hours to find out more about the organization. The proceedings of the meeting were taped and must have been relayed to Marcos.

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If employees are punished for not achieving a specific objective or are highly rewarded for achieving a specific objective, there may be motivation to accomplish the objective by manipulating the financial reporting process. However, it is also an indication of a potential problem when a member of management is so domineering that he or she can intimidate other members of the organization money stealers to achieve their objectives, no matter how achieved. There have been many instances of major management fraud by intimidating managers. The auditor should also be alert to tax planning strategies that Congress and the general public consider ‘over the edge’ because it is likely that such strategies will be challenged – if not in court, then at least in the court of public opinion.

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