Is Matrix Global Bank real?

Anyone know if Matrix Global Bank is a real bank? According to this advance fee scammer, their email is [email protected] which looks legit but also suspicious at the same time.

I found quite a few banks from the same scammers and they are not real.

HEAD OFFICE
34 Southampton Row, London, WC1B 5HA
[email protected]
0203 402 8701

BRANCH OFFICE
1375 Palisade Ave, Fort Lee, NJ 07024, USA
[email protected]
+1 4049366285

Created on 2021-10-13
Expires on 2022-10-13

https://www.allianceequitybank.com/contact
HEAD OFFICE
34 Southampton Row, London, WC1B 5HA
[email protected]
0203 402 8701

BRANCH OFFICE
1375 Palisade Ave, Fort Lee, NJ 07024, USA
[email protected]
+1 4049366285
AllianceEquityBank.com
Created on 2019-06-05
Expires on 2022-06-05
Updated on 2021-07-01

HEAD OFFICE
39 Longlain Row, London, WC1B 5HA
[email protected]
0203 902 9708

BRANCH OFFICE
1966 Portvain Ave, NY 08024, USA
[email protected]
+1 4049366285

Created on 2019-08-27
Expires on 2022-08-27
Updated on 2021-09-15

HEAD OFFICE
1 Southampton Row, Holborn, London WC1B 5HA, United Kingdom
[email protected]
+44 7928 700648

BRANCH OFFICE
1966 Portvain Ave, NY 08024, USA
[email protected]
+1 Global Equity

Created on 2020-07-07
Expires on 2022-07-07
Updated on 2021-06-13

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I can’t tell ya how many “banks” have emailed me. Usually with a “pastor” or “Reverend” in the title.

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Thanks. Needed this information for an advance fee scammer.

I jumped into some research and also found this bank in Turkey.

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Yeah i doubt they’re real. They made me make a ‘bank account’. Of course, I didn’t give them any details. It looks hella sketchy. Normally, when you Google a bank, Google gives you something about it at the top if it’s real.

Yes, the bank is very much real. i[m banking with the ban currently. I always make international and local transfers with my online account. At first i thought they are not real until i work with them according to their banking instructions.

Just throwing it out there @officeme47, the IP you used for sign-up comes from Lagos, Nigeria. A very common place to see these AFF scams come from.

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Please provide the Routing Number or BIC/SWIFT code of the bank, you can find it among those Banking Instructions.

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I apologize in advance, because I will be off-topic. However, for some very bizarre and unknown reason, THIS comes to mind when I hear about Lagos.

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LMAO. Imagine a scammer trying to disguise themselves as a scambaiter…if that’s what was being implied.

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I’m not asking if a bank with the same name is real. I’m asking if the ‘bank’ I’ve been talking to is real. I don’t think they are. They gave me ‘$1,000,000:00’ as ‘credit’. Definitely fake. And what’s your evidence that they are real?

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Tbf it can happen

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I doubt a bank who ‘gave’ me ‘$1,000:00’ is legit.

Pretty much.

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Yes the bank is real. The email, however, is a joke.