Factfinding in Switzerland

We spoke to a prominent Swiss fraud investigator who has a file about Mapley that weighs many kilos, based on archive and field research

In Switzerland, where he lived for several years, David Mapley no longer has any interest whatsoever. Six companies in which he had an interest or managed are closed or bankrupt. In England, seven of Mapley’s companies are “out of business”. In the US, there is also a list of companies to which Mapley was linked. Most are out of business and some still exist on paper but have not published figures for years. All this is supported in the extensive file with excerpts from the various trade registers, the status of Mapley’s fraud investigation office Intel Suisse is not mentioned either in Switzerland or in the UK.

That was was certainly surprising. The world of financial private eyes is not too big and none of our researchers had never heard of that company. David Mapley tells new relationships that there are dozens of people in the company and that it has more than 6 million dollars in assignments. The reason why we couldn’t find about Intel Suisse is simple: Intel – Suisse didn’t exist! It is/was not registered anywhere in Switzerland nor in the UK. The business address he gives turns out to be a shabby apartment that he also used as his home address. On a piece of paper, his name is written next to the letterbox. There is no mention of Intel – Suisse. “it is an empty shell that only exists for David Mapley”.
After having folded dozens of official documents from as many bankruptcies of Mapley, we browse through the file to the most important page, namely the conclusion of the renowned researcher.

We Quote:
Unreliable, misleading and misguided.
He puts himself down as a fraud investigator.
The revealed information provides a clear insight into David John Mapley’s personality as being highly unreliable, misleading and misguided.
He pretends to be a fraud investigator, but in reality, he’s the one who commits fraud and misconduct. He is not ashamed of blackmailing third parties, extorting them and ruining their reputation and business in order to achieve his fraudulent goals.
In addition, the revealed information shows that he has been involved in numerous bankruptcies and outlines his inability to conduct business reliably in accordance with the Code of Conduct for Corporate Business.

The file also contains a copy of the document of good conduct initialled by Mapley, which he had to complete for the Luxembourg financial watchdog, the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF), in order to be able to take on the directorship of the LFP1 investment fund. This is an umbrella fund with a number of sub-funds. For the experts: SICAV SIF (investment company with variable capital).
In his declaration of honour, David Mapley stated that he had never been involved in a bankruptcy as a director!!!

The coming weeks we will dig deeper into LPF1, no doubt we will discover another cesspool created by David Mapley. Stay tuned…

The ghost Blackridge Marketing

In a previous post, we revealed the Intel Suisse ghost company of David Mapley. Today we found an other one.

Blackridge marketing appears to be yet another ghost company of David Mapley. This time together with his son Tim and a guy named Tudor Fedeles. The company does not have an address on its website, nor does the company have a legal status. Their website claims to have representation in the UK, US, and Luxembourg. However, no trade registrations can be found in the United Kingdom or in Luxembourg or the US.

Remains the question of what is the purpose of this ghost company and the people associated with it? We will dive deeper into it.

Stay tuned…