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Prospexx Integrated capital and Barrett Capital Exchange and principal Tom Mackenzie pocket upfront fees on the promise of finding finance for various projects.Now they have changed to Canada Capital Advisors,Peregrine Funding Partners and Trideca Business Advisors Beware they are all Tom MckenzieThey then take considerable time in finding excuses not to produce what they initially promise.They claim they have access to funds but can not prove it hiding behind non disclosure agreements.

Claiming to have been in operation since 1991 there is not one shred of evidence that these companies have ever funded any projects.Using credible brokers who they eventually wear down with their constant delays and non communication they allude to being able to fund considerable projects but never actually produce anything.

It is a long term scam that by constantly promising and claiming to have access to finance this then allows them to continue accepting fees.This is fueled by the need for finance for non conventional projects that search other than mainstream funders.They quote timescales that they just do not adhere too and talk about having an extensive number of potential investors that no one can find Tom Mckenzie should not be allowed to charge for something him and his companies just never produce The pain that delays cause also incur costs frustration and false hope to their supposed customers.

If Tom Mckenzies practices are not illegal then he is completely immoral ask anyone that has been promised something for months and it never arrives. Even in the hard world of finance their working practices should be stamped out. Please do not pay Prospexx integrated Capital and Barrett Capital Exchane fees and they will eventually go where they belong under a stone!

Companies like Prospexx Integrated Capital and Barrett Capital Exchange should be obliged to give actual proof of funded projects so Brokers and Customers do not engage with them or send them any money unless they can.I think then they will be stopped causing the problems that they do and another scam will be prevented.

Monetary Loss: $10000.

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Anonymous
#336656

Mack Mackenzie funded our project, so I guess ours was better the above others.having operated businesses and seen what people are trying to sale as a "good project" is a joke.

They in fact are the scammers, not Mack and his group. Yes it took a long time for our project to fund, but in talking with Mack he has taken his lumps on projects that went bust and you do not see him posting those people on the web as dead beats! Any project if it was viable will get funded in time.

Unless the person is a victim of hope and thinks that their project will save the world.This is business.

Anonymous
#180883

We just had a run-in with him and his daughter.Tom Mckenzie goes by Mac Mackenzie and his daughter is Michalea -- with Bromot Capital Consulting.

He issued an engagement letter on our Goldmine project and then when I saw all of these complaints on the internet and asked for references he flat out canceled our loan. Didn't try to explain or attempt to give us a reference.

The loan terms were too good to be true; 9% - 10 yrs w/ a 5 yr balloon and no points or equity play.$12.5M loan - exactly what we requested even though the loan amount had some serious padding.

Anonymous
#165446

Tom McKenzie is also using Bromot Capital...same story delays, changing time lines and no actual money coming to fund a project.

Anonymous
#128997

Unfortunately my path crossed with Mr.Tom 'Mack' Mckenzie recently and I wont bore you with the details because they are the same as everyone else's on the internet.

Investment group offering private capital, up front 'due diligence fees' etc... etc...

When I asked him to provide some references of projects he funded he started jabbering about disclosure agreements etc...

I wanted people to be aware that the latest paperwork has a company name on there of Bromot Capital Consulting claiming to have offices also in Ontario.If you google the address it will show an insurance firm, if you google Tom McKenzine, hopefully you find these threads before you pay any money to this turd.

Anonymous
#97342

It is a general doctrine of law in all jurisdictions that making false public

statements against a person or firm is illegal. Commonly known as “slander” (when

verbal) or “libel” (when written), false statements to damage someone’s reputation is

called “defamation”. Defamation is defined by various laws in clear and uniform

terms: “Provably false statements of verifiable fact, that serve to undermine or

damage someone’s reputation.” It is no defence to phrase a false statement as an

“opinion”, one’s “own experience”, or as some alleged “consumer complaint”. As

long as the comments contain some false statements of fact that could be verified as

false and could or should be known to be false, then it is defamation, and it is illegal.

All defamation is illegal, and law suits against false defamers are highly

successful and collect substantial damages from the wrongdoers. Written

defamation (which applies to the Internet) is punished harshly, and damages usually

do not need to be proven, as they are assumed by law due to the written exposure to

the public. Defamation falsely accusing of fraud or professional misconduct is even

more severely punished by “treble damages” and “punitive damages”, which can be

enormous amounts of money far beyond any expected real damages to the victim.

All defamation to enforce...

which are serious federal crimes in all countries. Extortion (in the USA), also called

Blackmail (in the UK), is defined in various laws in uniform terms: “Threats or

actions to damage a person’s reputation, to enforce a demand for anything the

person is not obligated to give.” Defamers who use false unlawful defamation on the

Internet, to enforce demands of things not owed to them, are committing a serious

crime. If a person is entitled to something, they are required by law to use normal

lawful “due process of law”, where an independent, objective and impartial court can

apply any signed contract that governs the transaction, if there ever was any. Using

criminal attacks by defamation to circumvent due process of law is highly illegal, and

indicates that the person defaming probably did something illegal or criminal to

sabotage the transaction by his own fault, if there ever was any transaction.

Defamers know that their false statements are illegal, and that false

defamation to enforce unlawful demands is criminal. This is why they make great

efforts to remain anonymous, to avoid both civil and criminal liability. Experience

shows that once an anonymous online defamer can be identified and their identity

exposed by a reply in that forum, they stop, disappear, or begin modifying their

statements to back-track on their lies.

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Anonymous
#97341

All established companies fall victim to false unlawful defamation online.

The more successful or important the company, the more aggressive, inflammatory

and false are the claimed complaints, in an effort to overcome the good reputation or

well known authority of the company being defamed. All of the most respected

brand name banks are the subject of outrageous accusations by anonymous posts in

online forums. Almost all law firms and accounting firms, both large and small, are

anonymously accused of all kinds of “fraud” and “scams”, by people who claim to be

clients.

Almost all such false postings defaming good firms involve a demand for

money from the accused firm. The false accusers never simply say that they just

“hired” the firm – they cannot resist inflammatory language like the firm “took” their

money, or they “lost” their money. Are we really expected to believe that anonymous

postings are made out of the goodness of their hearts, out of altruistic moral desires

to help other human beings by “warning” them of a “scam”, that they have nothing

better to do than find ways to damage a good business reputation for the very

doubtful and unlikely purpose of helping people they will never know? Of course not.

Defamers spend time and energy on false and aggressive postings, because

they are after money from...

themselves. Law enforcement experience is that almost every single anonymous

online false defamation posting is almost immediately accompanied by a private

direct email to the defamed firm making unlawful demands of money that is not

owed, under threat of increasing pressure by false public unlawful defamation.

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Anonymous
#97339

Contact HSBC in the Okanagan Valley British Columbia and you will see that Tom McKenzie was in FACT involved in funding a winery deal.

Anonymous
#94651

The man should not have lied that he had access

to funds What goes around comes around then he starts creating pathetic web pages that make excuses but can just not show one funded project Get back under your stone thief.

Trying to shame people that trusted him to do something Gave them his hard earned money and he still is in denial He has shut his sham so why does he not shut up He said no for so long and now he thinks people want to hear his ramblings.If he ever spoke to a serious funder no wonder they said no He is a sad old man that should go and play with his toys.Before the authorities seize them for taking money under false pretences.

Be attentive he will try to do it under other names but remember you will get nothing from him.

Pay the people their money back you did not do your job and never have!

Anonymous
#94294

This is all lies the people writing this garbage are pissed off because their projects were trash and weren't funded. These are people out for revenge anyway they can get it !

Anonymous
#93697

The man has been found out!

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