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    Re: onecoin.eu ponzi scam

    True, I've been following this for at least 15 years and I've NEVER been wrong. Amazing, ain't it?

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    Igor and his followers on his blog bought the lie from Konstantin that the investigators into OC/OL had found nothing wrong. Their report was going to be given to him to prove OC/OL was legal and had committed no crimes. Now over 7 weeks later, with of course none of this happening, and that this multi-national criminal investigation was going to be over by now or before October's ICO; Igor finally had to admit, well let me let you say it in his own words, and I quote:

    "It’s the issue of not being self evident and have a huge war machinery against you.
    We can only pray that they find bank that is unreachable for this machinary cause I don’t really expect germany to close investigation this year. Official matter are so slow and I personally think it is timed intentioanlly to try and break them before going public. But if they survive, investigation will end sooner or later and then they will become self evident. My opinion."


    To be honest I never thought he would admit it on his blog that the investigation could go into 2019, but glad he finally did. Now what is truly funny in his statement is he refuses to mention that the criminal investigation is a multi-national investigation. He keeps calling it the German investigation since the lead prosecutor is German. By doing so he is downplaying the seriousness of this criminal investigation, and instead makes it sound like a personal vendetta against OC/OL. Of course all the problems that OC/OL have had with the authorities is a major war on OC/OL by the Bitcoin supporters, the banks, and of course all the haters who lied to get all the OC/OL bank accounts closed and lied to the investigators so they would do an investigation.

    Sadly this mantra will still be believed when criminal indictments are handed down and OC/OL is said to be a criminal enterprise.
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    While the Swedish investigation is still ongoing, the Swedish Tax Authority did issue this ruling:

    OneCoin is not a crypto currency. OneCoin is basically a pyramid game. Pyramid games are treated tax-wise as a lottery. The Swedish Tax Agency’s view is that OneCoin is organized outside the EEA. You should therefore record income from OneCoin as income from capital as a profit in a foreign lottery. You may not deduct losses.

    What is interesting about this tax ruling is that it would suggest that citizens of Sweden were trying to claim income or a loss for their taxes over their OneCoin investment. Since OneCoin stopped all withdrawals in early 2017, makes this ruling interesting since Swedish investors in OC would not have had any income to claim.

    The Swedish investigation has been ongoing since 2016. It is my understanding that they are part of the multi-national criminal investigation into OC/OL. This would explain why no findings have been made in the Swedish investigation. Add that Samoa has stopped all OC/OL promotions there until further notice, and now the big push by OC/OL into Africa and South America is going to play out. Colombia ruled OC/OL could not operate in their country in early 2016. Wonder how long until the other South American countries will do the same.

    And the wheels of justice keep turning S L O W L Y, but they are a'turnin.
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    In recent developments in China, the authorities in Hunan arrested 119 Chinese for their involvement in OC on May 15,2018.

    Since their arrest, each of the arrested suspects have confessed to participation in OneCoin as an investor. Two of the arrested suspects have already been sentenced to more than five years in prison.

    Authorities claim the OneCoin bust is the “largest MLM case” ever investigated in Hunan. The case spanned twenty Chinese provinces, Hong Kong and “overseas countries.” 20,000 bank accounts belonging to suspects were analyzed, along with “tens of millions” of transactions. Some 200 shell companies related to OneCoin were also part of the investigation.

    The Zhuzhou Intermediate People’s Court in Hunan in a judgment dated December 17th, 2017 certified OneCoin is an illegal pyramid scheme. In addition to the declaration of OC being an illegal pyramid scheme, they also gave a list of frozen assets at the end of the filing, including names and bank accounts. While most were Chinese, there were some in English, most notably Sebastian Greenwood who had over $7.1 Million Dollars frozen in his bank account. Other top OneCoin investors with “illegal income” that appear in the court document include:
    Robert Archibald (aka John Archibald, Chinese name: 罗某) – $18.8 million seized across three bank accounts and Robert Rysart (Chinese name: 费某) – $5.6 million seized across three bank accounts. In addition to money, the court document also lists laptops, computers and cars as seized assets.

    Of course Igor’s comments about all of this is that the Chinese don’t know what they are doing, and all those arrested were not legitimate IMA’s and not part of OC/O at all. They were using a Denmark based server and used Onecoin name to sell fake packages on the fake website using real Oneacademy education package prices.

    Only one itsy-bitsy, teenie-weenie problem with Igor claiming these were not real IMA’s of OneCoin but operating illegally. The authorities that investigated OneCoin and made these arrests said, and I quote: “Since their arrest, each of the arrested suspects HAVE CONFESSSED TO PARTICIPATION IN OneCoin AS AN INVESTOR.(emphasis mine) Funny how Igor missed that little gem isn’t it.
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    Re: onecoin.eu ponzi scam

    it is being reported on Coindesk



    You can read the original article here at: coindesk.com
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