Each international WIRE fee is $40.
False. I am paid by International Wire too, and they charge only $15.
Its a common practice everywhere in the world to send notification. Any sensitive information change in a 3rd party system requires authentication and notification. It's a law.
Please, give a proof to this law's text or something similar.
I doubt you could do that, 'cause there's no such a "law". Each company has its own regulations on it.
Also Nathan of 2CO has agreed that they had system fault.
I don't deny 2CO system have many faults. Specially, it started to appear after they have introduced the new Admin panel for Sellers. The older one was great and working for years. In the past couple of months, I already was having difficulties with their system, too. In opposite to your case, they have tried to withdraw $55 by wire to me, at the time my withdrawing amount is much bigger (to cover the fees). Luckily I've noticed this in time, and they were forced to cancel it.
But for your case, I see no sense that 2CO would change your banking information to their own, and withdraw the money that way. Except, it could be done by some fired worker, which did that because of anger to his/her employee. THAT would be a serious matter of security inside of the company... obviously, losing constant workers and hiring new workers at some stage will always lead to the problem.
It's their own staff who did this scam.
May be your case is also about this, who knows. They will never explore the true nature of things to you anyway, I suppose.
They are still just expectations, I couldn't be sure what's happening in 2CO; hopefully they could be sure on it themselves...
We have hired an online reputation management company and they are going to run a tool to spread this news in hundreds of sites like minibb, complaintsboard, ripoffreports, trustpilot etc.. Everyday until we get our money back.
I suppose, spreading just a message may not be enough, if you truly feel guilty on their end. You would need more proofs, screenshots or something, which could make this message more trustful. As I mentioned at the very beginning of our conversation, a false message could be spread by anyone, and if it has no obvious facts, noone will take it seriously; otherwise, flooding Internet with the same message, you may achieve the opposite effect of this money NEVER coming back.