As previously reported, many of the suspects that murdered Mahmoud al-Mabhouh in Dubai earlier this year used MasterCards branded by US banking institution MetaBank of Storm Lake, Iowa and issued by US prepaid debit card company Payoneer Inc. The suspects used the credit cards to buy plane tickets and other items related to the assassination operation in Dubai.
It was also previously reported that Payoneer’s CEO, Yuval Tal, is a former member of the IDF Special Forces.
What is now known is that Payoneer is actually a joint venture between US CIA and Israeli Mossad intelligence. Payoneer, based in New York with R&D offices and a majority of its employees in Tel-Aviv, is funded by Israeli intelligence venture capital companies that operate out of Herzliya, Israel, headquarters for Israeli Mossad intelligence operations.
This can be substantiated by following the money. Interpol, the FBI and Dubai police have gone silent with regard to the credit card transactions and financial details of the suspects and the financial institutions that enabled the suspects.
Very simply, Payoneer is funded and held by three venture capital firms: Greylock Partners, Carmel Ventures, and Crossbar Capital.
Greylock has offices in the US and Herzliya, Israel, with the office in Herzliya run by Moshe Mor, a former military intelligence captain in the Israeli army.
Greylock has been investing in US government ventures for over 4 decades and has very close ties with the CIA, Mossad and Department of Defense.
For example, Howard Cox joined Greylock in 1971 after two years in the Office of the Secretary of Defense (Systems Analysis). Howard is a former Chairman of the National Venture Capital Association. Howard also serves on the Secretary of Defense Business Board and the board of In-Q-Tel, the CIA venture capital arm.
Carmel Ventures is a top-tier Israeli venture capital fund also based in Herzliya, Israel with $600 million under management. Carmel Ventures was co-founded by Avi Zeevi, a veteran high-tech executive, and co-founder of the Viola Group, a leading innovative private equity investment group with close to $2 Billion under management.
Avi is a leading figure in the Israeli VC community and is a member of the Executive Committee of the Israel Venture Association. Avi also served as an active Chairman of Actimize Ltd. from 2001 and until it was sold to NICE Systems Ltd. (NASDAQ: NICE) in July 2007 for $280 million on the verge of its IPO. NICE Systems, run by former Israeli Mossad intelligence officers, provides communications recording equipment to US law enforcement and emergency services (e 911), and can conveniently use those systems for surveillance and intelligence gathering services.
Crossbar Partners is run by Charlie Federman, who is also managing director of the BRM Group, a venture capital fund also in Herzliya, Israel that was co-founded by Nir Barkat, the mayor of Jerusalem.
Payoneer’s hosted service provider in Israel also hosts a number of Israeli military and intelligence systems.
Other credit cards used by the suspects show ties to Britain’s Nationwide Building Society (closely tied to the infamous Clifford Chance law firm http://www.fundinguniverse.com/company-histories/Clifford-Chance-LLP-Company-History.html), IDT Finance of Gilbraltar (created by Howard S. Jonas’ IDT Corp out of Newark, New Jersey http://www.idt.net/about/management.aspx), and Germany’s DZ Bank AG (which has over a century of influence on the Israeli Palestinian Conflict http://www.amazon.com/Labor-Origins-Israeli-Palestinian-Conflict-1882-1914/dp/0520204018).
The Metabank, Storm Lake, Iowa banking institution that branded the suspects MasterCards, also owns and operates MetaBank.ch, an online Swiss bank database built specifically to provide “discreet” access to private, retail and investment banks domiciled in Switzerland. The organization was put together to help “investors” find a “safe haven”. The CIA and Mossad use this safe haven to discreetly move money internationally for their operations.
Metabank provides secret access to independent entities capable of protecting and hiding money from modern quasi-governmental economy and blind-sighted regulators.
As you know, Swiss banks are today’s gold standard of reliability and assets protection, and this site lists their profiles, contacts and statistical summaries.
Metabank is associated with:
The Federal Authorities of the Swiss Confederation
Swiss Federal Banking Commission (SFBC)
Association for Investment Management and Research (AIMR)
Association of Swiss Commercial and Investment Banks (ASCIB)
International Capital Market Association (ICMA)
Swiss Financial Analysts Association (SFAA)
Swiss Association of Asset Managers (SAAM)
Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA)
Swiss Foreign Bankers’ Association (AFBS)
Swiss Interbank Clearing (SIC)
EURO Interbank Clearing (EuroSIC)
Swiss Bankers Association (SBA)
Swiss Private Bankers Association (SPBA)
Swiss Society of Investment Professionals (SPPS)
Swiss Exchange (SWX)
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development(OECD)
Swiss Funds Association (SFA)
Federal Department of Finance (FDF)
Please contact me anytime if you would like more information. I know the people that built the systems for Metabank.ch. I can also give you some great information on Metabank’s executive leadership.