Hello, my name is XXXXX XXXXX it is my pleasure to assist you with your question today.
Do you have further details on them, such as a website, address, etc?
103 E 29th Street New York NY 10016 and the Board of International Finance atXXXXXNorthwest, Washington DC 20005
They are quoting that the transaction falls under Rule 144 Matters and that I am required to remove any restrictions under Regulation S re Securities Act 1933
This company has been flagged up by the UK’s FCA as a likely scam and that they are offering to do authorised financial work without being authorised by them. See here:
I have also checked with the Secretary of State in NY and there is no company with that name registered to operate in the state of New York.
It certainly looks like a scam where you will be asked to pay fees in advance of any transaction and once you pay it then that would likely be the last thing you hear from them. I would certainly not recommend you have any dealings with them.
Thankyou, you have confirmed my reservations. Can you tell me how a share holder would go about lifting restrictions under this rule to help me consider any other approaches of this nature?
That is a separate query unfortunate and not my area of law, especially as it is concerned with US Law, not UK Law, so you would need to speak to a corporate lawyer in our US Law section
OK I presume that would require a separate submission/cost and if so would be better left until issue arises?
yes it would be an entirely separate question so it is up to you when you wish to raise it - you can of course do so at any time, whether once it arises or now if you just want to know your options
Please let me know if this has answered your original question or if you need me to clarify anything else for you in relation to this? Thanks