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    Gi2c owner Yuri Khlystov is wanted fugitive Khlystov Sergei Kaikukatu from Belarus

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    The master of the bait and switch China Job Scam peddled online under 4 different alias names introduces himself to everyone as "Yuri Khlystov" but our investigation and communications with the Belarus authorities say his real name is Sergei and not Yuri, Khlystov Sergei Kaikukatu is his legal name from birth. Both Yuri and his father are wanted in Belarus for an assortment of bank and commercial frauds, and in 2005 they fled to Finland where the father still resides and works as an engineer. We will be releasing his details shortly along with all the companies he is associated with if Yuri/Sergei does not shut down all of his China scams by September 15th, and does not start up new ones. As of now, Yuri/Sergei is the owner operator of Getin2china, Gi2c, Wiseway Global Education, Better Careers, China HR, & Laowai Career Center. Thus far, over 5,000 young people have been defrauded of an average of $3,100 with 80% of these being lucky enough to only lose a deposit that ranged from $200 to $500 over the last 10 years. See our complete report on the basics of their scam at https://chinascampatrol.wordpress.co...scam-or-legit/

    Khlystov's original entry into China in 2006 was to run a prostitution ring with beautiful Russian girls that were popular with the Chinese men at the time. We spoke with "Olga" who worked three years for Yuri and claims she and Yuri both prospered during the Olympics with his "Olympic Escort Service" and the girls would drug and rob many of their johns who were visiting tourists and too embarrassed or ashamed to call the police. Olga claimed that Yuri made over $3 million dollars during the Olympics which he used to launch a black visa business disguised as an internship company called "Getin2China". Olga said he would sell over-priced visas to more Russian girls to boost his business until his PSB contact was arrested for corruption and is still in prison for another 3 years. Yuri used the last of his fortune to make a deal to remain in China but had to give up the prostitution biz to a Chinese man and another Russian who now own a night club called Ba**** very close to the Russian embassy in Beijing.

    If Yuri did not make this deal, he would have been sent home to Belarus where he faces 10 years in prison for his fraud back home. This situation forced him to take on Chinese partner "Ben" who at the time was employed at HSBC Bank. (His personal details will also be released on September 15th if Gi2c is still cheating people). Yuri and Ben abandoned the prostitution business but kept selling over 5,000 visas he had purchased from his PSB contact (before his arrest) and sold these for 10,000 rmb each (at that time - 20,000 today) to Africans, Arabs, Russians, and anyone who was previously rejected for a visa including many convicted felons. A very famous pedophile expat who made the news a few years ago, bought his visa from Yuri to avoid prosecution in his homeland.

    Yuri's criminal exploits in Belarus started when he began helping a high profile politician launder his corruption moneys. More about that politician is explained here https://themoscowtimes.com/news/luka...et-police-5590. When captured with a suitcase containing $2million in cash, Yuri agreed to testify to avoid 10 years in prison, but apparently had second thoughts when released on bail and fled with his father to Finland, then to Russia, and then back to Finland. Yuri /Sergei has remained in China since 2006 where he is involved in another technology venture called A*** which may also be a scam to defraud investors. We are investigating this matter now. Yuri married one of his former prostitutes named Svetlana according to Olga who now works as a flight attendant.

    Yuri once bragged to his employees at a holiday party "I made over $10 million last year, and actually got to keep half of it!" - admitting in essence that he pays a lot of money in bribes to keep his doors open to keep swindling all the university students who take his bait for Getin2China, Gi2c, Wiseway Global, Better Careers, and Laowai Career Center. Our sources tell us he is now in the process of creating 2 new alias brands called China HR and ChinaJobs4U. Stay tuned we will confirm the new brands as soon as we can contact our inside source again.
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    Re: Gi2c owner Yuri Khlystov is wanted fugitive Khlystov Sergei Kaikukatu from Belarus

    LoL.
    From you source at https://themoscowtimes.com/news/luka...et-police-5590.

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    Not only do the men in your images not look anything alike. But, your story is from March 2011, almost eight years ago.

    I believe that as of this time in can be conclued that the China Scam Patrol is a complete and utter fraud.
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    Re: Gi2c owner Yuri Khlystov is wanted fugitive Khlystov Sergei Kaikukatu from Belarus

    Apparently, you misread sir. Nobody said Yuri/Sergei is the politician (Ales Mikhalevich). The politician fled Belarus in 2011. Sergei's fraud and money-laundering activities with this fellow occurred in 2005 when Sergei fled to Finland and then Moscow, and back to Finland after Russia would not grant him sanctuary. He then came to China as "Yuri Khlystov" in 2006 and never returned to Belarus where there is still a warrant for his arrest in the name of Sergei.
    Last edited by China Scam Patrol; 09-02-2017 at 09:55 AM.
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    Re: Gi2c owner Yuri Khlystov is wanted fugitive Khlystov Sergei Kaikukatu from Belarus

    Then why is the only link you posted about Ales Mikhalevich?
    Given that Ales Mikhalevich, apparently, has nothing to do with any of this.



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    Re: Gi2c owner Yuri Khlystov is wanted fugitive Khlystov Sergei Kaikukatu from Belarus

    PLease read the OP - five times if you have to. Sergei was involved with frauds and money laundering in cahoots with and on behalf of this politician alleged to be corrupt. Sergei was the first of many to be arrested, and the first to flee the country. The Belarus authorities are probably just as corrupt as the politicians in that part of the world. A certain official we spoke with offered to sell us a copy of Sergei's mug shot and file for $1,000 USD! The extent of Sergei's crimes is unknown beyond the $2 million in the suitcase. If you want to know more contact the Belarus fraud squad in Minsk and prepare to part with $1,000.
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    Re: Gi2c owner Yuri Khlystov is wanted fugitive Khlystov Sergei Kaikukatu from Belarus

    Quote Originally Posted by China Scam Patrol View Post
    A certain official we spoke with offered to sell us a copy of Sergei's mug shot and file for $1,000 USD!
    ..........
    If you want to know more contact the Belarus fraud squad in Minsk and prepare to part with $1,000.
    Your the one making these claims. Your the one that needs to verify them.

    Silly, silly BAG.

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    Re: Gi2c owner Yuri Khlystov is wanted fugitive Khlystov Sergei Kaikukatu from Belarus

    This here is plenty good enough for me: http://opnlttr.com/letter/why-wont-g...ns-if-they-are

    If any of these companies belonging to Yuri/Sergei were legitimate, they would be able to answer these very basic questions IMO.

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