Adam J Clarke

MacroPay steals clients money.

Adam J Clarke, the CEO, and founder of MacroPay, a Tech, and advisor for financial institutions, is a predator who steals his clients’ money.

I run a small business. While I was doing okay and my business was making profits, I needed a prompt payment solution to enhance my customer experience.

Sadly, I did not research before trusting Adam J Clarke from MacroPay. He spoke to me about the fast and prompt payment solution that he offers through his company—and convinced me to use the solution for my business.

So, I signed the agreement with the company. Little did I know that Adam was an intelligent man who only wanted to make profits for his business, overlooking the interest of his clients.

After a few months, I started noticing the mismatch of funds on the MacroPay dashboard. In the beginning, the difference was negligible.

However, it started adding up. Plus, the transaction details were also not precise. At the start, the support team informed me about the deductions they made as fees for transactions resulting in the changes in the funds available on the dashboard.

But this was just the beginning. It was a vast plot to rob me of my hard-earned money. I asked my accountant to conduct an in-depth review of the transactions made through  MacroPay.

After a week, my accountant uninformed me that our funds had a difference of around $5000. This was just after three months of using the service.

A payment solution, talking about so many benefits for the clients, could snap out $5000 in three months as fees. Is that even possible?

So, I called Adam J Clarke for an explanation. He said that various things happen behind the scene. Sometimes, a technical glitch can show that difference, and he assured me he would take care of the problem personally.

In the meantime, I asked my accountant to initiate a service termination agreement to withdraw all the remaining funds from MacroPay.

It has been over 15 days, and these people are not replying or making any progress about the funds deducted by mistake. I have been calling and emailing these people with no luck.

MacroPay and HowToPay work in tandem to scam people. I have been online for the last two days looking for more information about the company.

And I did find some scary details. I also discovered that Adam is involved in the disappearance of other users’ funds.

I am pretty sure I won’t get my money back any sooner. As I requested, these guys are not doing anything to terminate the service.

And they are asking me to wait a little more for the process to be completed. This sure is their way to lure people into staying stuck with their fraud and waiting until they could be free.

The dashboard sucks, the company sucks, and Adam is the key to all the mess. He must be punished for what he is doing.

FAKE DMCA NOTICE: Adam Clarke of MacroPay must have hired a reputation management company to submit the fraudulent and fake DMCA notice or committed fraud by submitting a bogus DMCA notice to Google.


Is Adam J Clarke a legit?

Adam J Clarke is not running a legit business. They are not aggressive towards customer satisfaction and complaint grievance redressal, Hence 1 consumer[s] submitted negative ratings, and only a few left positive feedback.

Where is Adam J Clarke located?

Adam J Clarke is headquarted at 22-26 Regele Ferdinand Street, Central Shopping Center, 3rd floor, 400110 Cluj-Napoca, Cluj, Romania . You can contact Adam J Clarke by dialing +44 208 123 1353 or visit their website

How much monetary loss is incurred by Adam J Clarke’s customers?

According to Adam J Clarke’s customers, a monetary loss of US $49839 has been reported. The severity of entire incident reports is high.

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Reviews: 0
Reported Loss : 49839 $
Severity : High
Reported by : Anonymous
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