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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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Tom Mckenzie is the personality behind a group of websites mainly with addresses in Ontario Canada. He claims to have access to capital to fund projects and charges upfront fees claiming to undertake due diligence.

There is no evidence or testimonials to prove that anyone has ever received funds.

The websites have common factors that make the whole picture very suspicious originally the name was Prospexx Integrated Capital and however those two websites along with Barrett Capital Exchange have had many disgruntled clients complaining on the internet.

The website has been replicated with a name change and now appears under the name of Canada Capital so rather than proving it is a reputable company it has just changed its web name and making the same unsubstantiated claims.

Tom Mckenzie is the common thread within this suite of websites that seems to make false statements. These web sites have identical addresses and contact details and 4025 Dorchester Rd. Suite 305 Niagara Falls, ON, Canada L2E 7K8 is the same address used by and there are generic similarities to these and other sites.

The address 150 Battery Street, Fort Erie Ontario Canada is used by Prospexx Integrated Capital. Number Contact 905.481.2329 this number is common to Prospexx Integrated Capital,...

Trideca Advisors is a website that has only recently become live but makes identical claims to previous sites. It also has an address listed in the USA Suite 331,266 Elmwood Av Buffalo, New York, USA.14222 and Toms direct line is listed on the contact details. An almost direct replication of this site is also at domain name The information desk number is the same 905 Trideca Advisors and the address 2-504 Steele Street Suite 156 Port Colborne, Ontario L3K 6A7 Canada is common to ,, and

All these sites make similar claims by what seems to be Tom Mckenzie that after charging upfront fees he has access to funding this is not supported by any proof.

He has posted some limited explanations to clients on the internet that seems to indicate that his clients agreed to paying him fees for trying to achieve funding but there is no proof he ever has.

This is the major problem with the claims on these websites and it is Mr Thomas Mckenzie that has to prove he has or can fund anything or the negative conclusions on the Internet must be assumed to be correct.

Is it a simple misrepresentation charging fees claiming the ability to access funds when there is no evidence to support that claim.

Is this a classic example of abuse on the internet to charge fees while making claims that can never be fulfilled? Or is it just a scam?

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