Prospero employees induced and defrauded my account and password, and liquidated my account, resulting in losses.
I can deposit but cannot withdraw. It was an obvious scam. I contacted customer service and they said everything was running normally.
I didn't give the account manager a kickback because he asked me to withdraw 20% of the money. Now my background login email has been changed.
At the end of October, when the client saw a problem with the Yangtze River currency exchange, he hurriedly withdrew money from Prospero, but the account did not arrive for two months. The account manager told me last week that it was related, and there was a fund in Australia that could be arranged for me to withdraw money. It just takes my 20% rebate and I get my money back. I didn't give him 20%, but he changed all my backend login accounts to his own. I directly asked the people at Prospero in Australia, and they said that there was no such thing, and there was no such thing as taking kickbacks. Finally, with the help of the Australian employees, I changed it back to my email address. Chinese people deceive Chinese people. This agent is a team from Hangzhou, China. Don’t be deceived by these people. His WeChat account was exposed. I don’t know if it belongs to him or his family. The email address has been changed to this number: firstname.lastname@example.org