Carl Freer is neither a successful businessman nor a pillar of morality. He preys on the gullible.
A Master illusionist, he makes an Investor see things that do not exist – with all the right buzz words – a man of tremendous charm, which helps explain why so
many people are drawn to him – Some seem to have been mesmerised by him, talking about him almost as if he were a religious figure.
Carl Freer’s most important props are not the fancy offices, expensive clothes and watches, nor the financial/technological jargon that spills from his mouth – but his most valued assets/props are respectable and/or wealthy associations – Carl skilfully manipulates the expectations and beliefs of the new Investors which he has targeted – They see the associations as friends/supporters – if men and women like this are behind Carl Freer and his new business, it has to be a solid investment.
When the deceptions are exposed some of these companies turn out to be artfully contrived business plans; some with front men, some with non-existing capital, and some with profits manufactured out of thin air. It is an optical illusion, a mirage in the desert. Link
Carl Freer’s American Companies
This is a list of his American companies for those amongst you who value due diligence –
With the rate of failure of the above named companies Investors should be sceptical regarding Carl Freer‘s new companies – especially those which claim to predict future stock market and commodity movements – Watstock PTE. Ltd, Watopedia PTE. Ltd and Intelligentia PTE. Ltd. All are registered companies in Singapore and open to public inspection by using the ACRA Singapore Business Database.
Check them out yourself here: