thankyou for that info so far, i didn't receive your reply yesterday for some reason hence the delay in responding. their website is, http://www.graphene-trade.com/ twitter account, https://twitter.com/GrapheneTrade, although the latter dosent exsist apparently.
so far not so good i see the pattern you discribe, i have been contacted by the so called holding company telling me they have gone into administration and they say, quote;
Wed, 18 Mar 2015 23:27:04 +0000
Graphene HoldingsDear Ms Abigail Bicheno
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I responded asking them to sell and they have acknowledged the email. I don't recall how I found the company, I was looking to invest for a short term while I considered what to do with the proceeds of my house sale. I found Graphene at the same time as investing in Gold was all the rage , I lost £4000 on that.
Actually, neither website exists any more. I was able to find the WHOIS of the former website. That gives the site's status as pending deletion. The domain name was registered and the site launched on January 29, 2013. The registration expired on January 29, 2015. So Graphene Trade was only set up to be around for 2 years. The least amount of time you can register a domain name for is a year, and it is both practical and more economical to register it for many years at a time, if you intend to stick around for the long haul. I find it very interesting that the company went into insolvency exactly when its website expired. It certainly looks like Graphene Trade didn't intend to stick around past January 2015 from its very inception.B&C Associates, Ltd. would appear to be a legitimate liquidation company. It was registered with Companies House 5 years ago. It is located in London and its phone number is ***** You may want to call them and verify what you can of the contents of this letter.Nano Tech Holdings Consortium's website is less than a year old. The site was registered and the website launched in June of 2014. The site traces to the UK but I note that the contact information on the website says that the business is located in the US in Birmingham, Alabama. It makes no sense for a US corporation to use an EU server and to want a .eu domain name. I suppose there could be a logical reason for it, but it's irregular.I have looked at the business register for the Alabama Secretary of State and there is no such business as Nano Tech Holdings Consortium registered in Alabama. As in your country, with Companies House, a legitimate Alabama corporation would have to be registered with the secretary of state for tax purposes. According to Google maps the company address is a (very lovely) private residence and not a business location at all. The phone number does not trace to the family living in the residence.I suggest contacting the FCA about whether this sounds fishy to them. It conforms to the scam pattern, and it looks pretty clear to me that you'd be throwing good money after bad to have Nano Tech (which has dubious existence) store and "sell" your graphene which may not, in fact, actually exist either. The FCA may have heard something about these folks. You'd be throwing away 100£/month, and frankly, I'm betting that when they do come up with a so-called buyer, they're going to require you to pay thousands of pound on some pretext or another in order to "sell" your graphene.