High-risk payment processors have an inherent tendency to disappear. Unfortunately, very often with their merchants’ money. This is what happened with the Indian-British iPayTotal (PC42 profile), which filed for a voluntary strike-off in October 2020. However, the Companies House suspended the strike-off over the objection of a creditor. The UK High Court of Justice subsequently ordered insolvency and liquidation. Merchants’ money was long gone by then.
Billy Eldridge‘s NeoBanQ (PC42 profile) filed a Voluntary Strike Off application in Oct 2021, which was suspended due to a creditor’s objection in Nov 2021. Merchants should be very cautious when dealing with NeoBanQ.
NeoBanQ is a notorious scam and cybercrime facilitator. FinTelegram has reported on it many times. According to our reports, founder and owner Billy Eldridge (pictured left) has deleted his profile picture on LinkedIn and made NeoBanQ disappear from his experience bar. Visiting NeoBanQ‘s website connected to the domain https://neobanq.ltd initially generates a warning about an SSL certificate error and recommends staying away.
We conclude that NeoBanQ wants to disappear. However, creditors object to this. Merchants should avoid the payment processor at all costs. You don’t need to be a rocket scientist to see that problems arise here.