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  1. #17

    Re: Mary Courant COO

    As if the risk over so-called “initial coin offerings” wasn’t high enough. Now, the Securities and Exchange Commission is warning investors of a new peril: companies that tout an upcoming “ICO” to inflate the price of their shares, and cash out when suckers buy in.
    In case you’re unfamiliar, ICOs involve a company selling digital currency (a.k.a. coins or tokens) to the public in order to finance a new blockchain-based software application. While the tokens can be used within the application (when and if it’s finished), many people are treating them as a speculative investment.
    A recent ICO mania has given rise to some blatant ripoffs in which companies take investors money but fail to build the promised blockchain application. But it’s also leading to more indirect scams—such as what the SEC warned about in a notice on Monday—and added to overall concern about ICOs:

    Quote Originally Posted by crypto.whistleblower View Post
    lets talk about CrowdBridge Global and Mary Courant COO @ CBG and CBG Coin.
    http://behindmlm.com/mlm-reviews/cro...d-recruitment/
    You’ve probably heard of the notorious pirate Blackbeard who terrified shipping in the Caribbean in the 17th century and managed to loot chests of gold coins from his victims, but have you heard of the modern day pirate Hans Pasveer?

    His full name is Johannes Alexander Pasveer and on the face of it, or based on a quick Google search, he looks like a fairly ordinary businessman. He has a background that starts in the Dutch Royal Navy as a helicopter pilot on ships; which makes him sound like a stand-up guy, but as we dig into his later career in the direct selling industry and then in network marketing, it becomes clear that Pasveer isn’t quite as squeaky clean as his Bloomberg profile might make him appear.
    MLM scams
    After a few years of exporting car tyres from Europe to South America, a continent that plays a role in the Hans Pasveer story, he moved into the MLM industry. Multi-level marketing (MLM) is also known as network marketing, and whilst there are legitimate businesses in this sector, i.e. Mary Kay, Herbalife, Forever Living, it is also a breeding ground for less scrupulous networks who cause tremendous suffering to vulnerable people around the world. It is always those who need money the most who are most likely to be the main victims. One of the ways in which many scammers operate is by using investment in cryptocurrency as the means of scalping network members, and this is where Hans Pasveer made millions – exactly how much we’ll get to in a bit.

    Cryptocurrency scams
    When Bitcoin, which is the strongest cryptocurrency and one that doesn’t have any connection to network marketing, provided its early adopters with incredible profits, it woke a lot of people up to the fact that there was money to be made in cryptocurrency. Unfortunately, not all of the people who saw the opportunity had good intentions. Scammers around the world set up MLM clubs where people thought that they making an investment that would return a profit. Mostly it I didn’t.
    Pre-school Package (free) – 25% CBG Coin bonus on coin purchases through Crowdbridge Global
    Startup Package – invest €250 EUR and receive €200 EUR worth of CBG Coin
    Advanced – invest €500 EUR and receive €450 EUR worth of CBG Coin
    Enterprise – invest €750 EUR and receive €700 EUR worth of CBG Coin
    Prestige – invest €2500 EUR and receive €1500 EUR) worth of CBG Coin
    Platinum – invest €5000 EUR and receive €3000 EUR worth of CBG Coin
    Premium – invest €7500 EUR and receive €4500 EUR worth of CBG Coin

  2. #18

    Re: Mary Courant COO

    https://www.webtrafficlounge.com/one...ed-in-germany/
    As I write this, official confirmation of Ruja Ignatova’s and Mary Courant arrest has yet to surface.

    Reports out of Germany are conflicting, with authorities yet to issue an official statement.
    A few media publications have syndicated the initial Nbox article, but only the Gerlach Report and MLM Worldwide have published new information.
    According to the Gerlach Report Ignatova was arrested in relation to an ongoing fraud investigation in Bielefeld.
    Gerlach report claim Ignatova is being held in a “transport cell” at Stadelheim prison in Munich.
    Ted Nuyten, who is believed to have received large sums of money from OneCoin and its affiliates in exchange for favorable coverage on BusinessForHome, was quick to dismiss Ignatova’s arrest as “fake news”.
    In a Facebook post published the day after news of Ignatova’s arrest broke, Nuyten claimed his unnamed ‘sources (had) confirmed the news is NOT true.
    Offering up a bit more information is a November 6th article from MLM Worldwide, who bill themselves as a direct selling online magazine.
    In the article MLM Worldwide claim to have contacted the German law firm Schulenberg & Schenk.
    Shortly after Germany’s top financial regulator Bafin announced an investigation into OneCoin in mid 2016, Schulenberg & Schenk were hired to publish a legal opinion on the company.
    Not surprisingly, Schulenberg & Schenk’s legal opinion completely ignored the OneCoin’s Ponzi business model and claimed the company was legal in Germany.
    OneCoin also engaged Schulenberg & Schenk were also used by OneCoin to go after rival Ponzi scheme, SwissCoin.
    Despite Schulenberg & Schenk’s one-paragraph legal opinion stating the company was legal, earlier this year in April BaFin banned promotion and operation of OneCoin across Germany.
    After news of Ignatova’s arrest broke, Stephan Schulenberg purportedly told MLM Worldwide they’d phoned Stadelheim prison and
    can confirm that our client Dr. med. Ignatova was not detained there.
    A telephone conversation with the public prosecutor’s office in Bielefeld also revealed that there is nothing there about an arrest and no arrest warrant (has been issued).
    If Ignatova wasn’t arrested, why Schulenberg & Schenk didn’t just reach out to her directly is unclear.
    Tim Curry separately reached out to German authorities on Monday and they wouldn’t confirm or deny Ignatova’s arrest.
    The Gerlach Report meanwhile are insisting Ignatova’s arrest is not “fake news”.
    The publication asks, “If Ruja Ignatova is indeed free, why does not she show herself?”
    The fact is that the events at the airport in Munich have been confirmed by several sources.
    The detention in the women’s detention center was also confirmed by The Gerlach Report.
    It is also true that the investigating authorities have to date issued “no official press release”.
    The Gerlach Report has learned this is due to “determination-technical reasons”.
    Apparently, Dr. Ruja Ignatova – in an attempt to reduce her own expected punishment – (is delivering information on) the national (OneCoin) heads.
    She is said to have already pointed out at first interrogations that “she has done everything to prohibit the fraudulent activities and actions of sales”.
    Here, the “service instructions” of the fraud network were cited.
    Whether this argument will work remains questionable.
    Earlier today Jan Faber, Editor-in-Chief at the Gerlach Report, asserted the credibility of the publication’s reporting;
    We stick to our story. Our sources are reliable. German news outlets will report once more information will be released.
    Being a German story, this has broken on The Gerlach’s Report’s home turf. If this turns out to be another Macau debacle, maybe it’s time to reevaluate the publication’s publishing policy?
    That said The Gerlach Report didn’t initially break news of Ignatova’s arrest, that was the Bulgarian publication Nbox.
    Since then though the Gerlach Report have very much run with the story though and made it their own.
    Personally, unlike Ted Nuyten, I’m skeptical but at this point not ready to dismiss either side. BehindMLM is just reporting what’s out there as it breaks.
    Pending further information coming to light, I myself haven’t insisted Ignatova has or hasn’t been arrested.
    The things that do strike me as strange though are:

    • Ignatova failing to issue a statement or recording despite news of her arrest breaking almost four days ago
    • both Schulenberg & Schenk and The Gerlach Report claiming access to what would be an ongoing operation pending charges filed
    • unnamed sources cited by Nbox, Ted Nuyten, The Gerlach Report and MLM Worldwide

    I also haven’t ruled out the possibility that Pierre Arens may be cooperating with authorities following his abrupt departure last month, although that’s somewhat of a tangent.
    Stay tuned…

    Quote Originally Posted by French View Post
    My Name is Linda Tangarone From TX. My friends call me Parrot or Pirate :). My family worked for the government and we traveled a lot, my Husband is in special need and I look after him. Love America more than anything and Trump too
    I love God, and I go to Chruch every Sunday.

    Just recently been approached by a person Called Mary Courant COO of a company a named CrowdBridge Global, she keeps asking for 2500.USD, and promises of getting rich and being able to help and support my very ill Husband, don't really know what they are doing or selling, I searched them online and she is associated with Nigel Alan and Hans Pasverr, Harrald Ekker who are some very serious scammers, could anyone help me please, let me know what to do,,,

    2500 is a lot of money for me but on the other hand, Mary Courant been very convincing, so that's why I'm here asking you nice people.

    God Bless

  3. #19

    Re: Mary Courant COO

    Karma comes after everyone eventually. You can't get away with screwing people over your whole life, I don't care who you are. What goes around comes around. That's how it works. Sooner or later the universe will serve you the revenge that you deserve.”
    Quote Originally Posted by French View Post

    My Name is Linda Tangarone From TX. My friends call me Parrot or Pirate :). My family worked for the government and we traveled a lot, my Husband is in special need and I look after him. Love America more than anything and Trump too
    I love God, and I go to Chruch every Sunday.

    Just recently been approached by a person Called Mary Courant COO of a company a named CrowdBridge Global, she keeps asking for 2500.USD, and promises of getting rich and being able to help and support my very ill Husband, don't really know what they are doing or selling, I searched them online and she is associated with Nigel Alan and Hans Pasverr, Harrald Ekker who are some very serious scammers, could anyone help me please, let me know what to do,,,

    2500 is a lot of money for me but on the other hand, Mary Courant been very convincing, so that's why I'm here asking you nice people.

    God Bless

  4. #20

    Re: Mary Courant COO

    FINNISH POLICE ARE INVESTIGATING ONECOIN AND MARY COURANT CBG

    Finland’s police are the latest law enforcement authority to launch an investigation into OneCoin,CBG Mary Courant a purported digital currency scheme commonly seen as a fraudulent scam.
    According to regional daily Vasabladet, Finnish authorities have launched preliminary investigations into OneCoin, a digital currency investment scheme that entered Finland sometime in 2015. The investigation is led by criminal police commissioner Antti Perälä who revealed a number of complaints from private individuals and tax authorities against the operation.
    Finland was among the earliest countries to announce a police investigation into OneCoin, back in April 2015. At the time, Finland’s National Bureau of Investigation (NBI), the country’s national police, began investigations after receiving multiple complaints from concerned citizens. At the time, the investigation determined that company’s local operations were managed from Bulgaria, with considerable sums of money paid into the firm’s Finnish bank accounts for ‘training packages’. The investigation stalled ultimately after authorities were unable to determine if OneCoin had an actual cryptocurrency.
    The current investigation is completely detached from the 2015 criminal investigation, which was handled by the NBI. The new investigation is conducted by the police department of Ostrobothnia, a region in western Finland with some 180,000 people. According to one recent report, as many as 20,000 Finns have invested ‘tens of millions of euros’ into OneCoin.
    Such is the suspicion and evidence of a crime that the case will be pushed toward a prosecutor, according to Finnish police. Such a move would ultimately lead to criminal charges placed against OneCoin promoters in the country.
    In entirely similar developments in India, the country’s police have investigated OneCoin’s operations and CBG, before arresting and charging 30 promoters of the scheme in recent months.
    Last month, an Indian police official labelled OneCoin a ‘ponzi scheme’, stating:
    In this sort of scheme, investors become the perpetrators as well as victims. It is clear that this is a Ponzi scheme.
    Earlier in June, the government of Vietnam moved to squash local OneCoin promoters’ Mary Courant claims that the scheme had received a regulatory license to operate in the country. The purported ‘license documents’ were revealed to be a forgery.
    Authorities in Belgium, the UK, Hungary and Uganda have also issued warnings against OneCoin, and CBG Mary Courant CrowdBridgeGlobal


  5. #21

    Re: Mary Courant COO

    Mary Courant Joining The scam artists at Ormeus Coin and Wowe Coin are both using fraud and bots to illegally rip people off. They both buy and sell millions of their own worthless coins back and forth to their own exchange accounts to raise the price and volume and give the illusion that the coins are trading in high volume and that the price is rising.In reality all that’s happening is that they are buying and selling to their own accounts they control so the only loss is the commission fee. They do this with millions of their own coins (the coins cost them nothing) back and forth continually artificially raising the price and volume.
    When people notice the massive fake volume and continual price climb as in 400% in 48 hours with OrmeusCoin they jump on board paying high prices for a fake traded coin.
    The problem is people will hold the coins on a smooth sail up so Ormeus and Wowe use shakeup bots that dump coins price at about 20% under value to cause panic selling and buying then they make fake trades and raise the price back up.
    This causes a price crash and massive selling and then buying.
    Before this even starts Ormeus and Wowe put out hundreds of sell orders that cover every price range and they pre do this on every exchange.
    On my images you can see the endless 100, 1000 and 29.49780097 seller orders spread all over the exchanges they use at every price point. This is a huge pump and dump but the pumping is done with fake trades and fake volumes.
    With Wowe coin they didn’t have it the scam bots as refined and tuned. You could easily see the endless pump and dump attacks when you zoomed in.
    They look like a Square tooth wave form on both the Volume and trade price. See Images:
    ibb.co/dZDoF6
    ibb.co/mRfqTR
    ibb.co/b1R8F6
    ibb.co/kb18F6
    They are doing this again with Ormeus Coin but they managed to smooth out and cover up the Square tooth wave form now.
    I watched the price drop 20% instantly several times now with Ormeus Coin when the bot did a instant 20% price drop sell for no logical reason. I hope someone reads this and prosecutes these felons.

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