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    Well, they are now targeting the deaf community. This Saturday evening they are holding a presentation not far from where I live. In the promo for the event, it is billed as Deaf Night Out and not a word about OneCoin, but learning about crypto-currencies. The person doing the presentation is not deaf, but he is very fluent in sign language. This should be fun if he gets around to Q&A at the end.

    They did one of these meetings in Miami and a few Bitcoiners were there and I guess it got quite interesting when it came to the Q&A, and they basically shut the presentation down exposing OneCoin. So not sure if I will be able to get in, but going to try.

    just don't show up like this:

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    Re: onecoin.eu ponzi scam

    Conley is really more interested in recruiting for BitClub Network than going after OneCoin...

    https://www.facebook.com/bitcoinryan...53546866742282

    He really deserves his own thread based on his history of failures: Isagenix, Viewtrakr, Staged, Buzztrakr, Kannaway, Brain Abundance, Ingreso Cybernetico, Wake Up Now, YOBSN, Jeunesse, IQKonnect, TSU, Elevate Solar, Solavei, OneCoin, MMM Global, BitClub Network and Future Net

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    Re: onecoin.eu ponzi scam

    OneCoin has a new bank AGAIN! Yep, Deutsche Bank is no more. Now you have two choices to deposit with OneCoin. OneCoin has advised affiliates they are to deposit investment funds with United Overseas Bank in Singapore and Bank of Africa in Tanzania. OneCoin is now banking under the inconspicuous account name “International Marketing Services Pte. Ltd.

    Sure glad this is not a Ponzi or they would be using another company name for deposits instead of OneCoin. OK sarcasm over.
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    Re: onecoin.eu ponzi scam

    LOL, some joker trying to raise 70,000 on crowdfunder.co.uk Onecoin, a Business in United Kingdom on Crowdfunder

    Must not want to risk his own money.

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    Re: onecoin.eu ponzi scam

    OneCoin changes its bank AGAIN. Following ongoing regulatory investigations into the company by German authorities, OneCoin lost its Deutsche Bank account last month.

    This left the company with two accounts, United Overseas Bank in Singapore and Bank of Africa in Tanzania. OneCoin's new account is with Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena (Banca MPS) in Italy, using the account name “EDUCAMAX SERVICES SRL.” On their website, Banca MPS claim to be “one of the main banks in Italy.”

    Poland's National Prosecutor’s Office found after investigating OneCoin was potential breaches of “unfair market practices.” The findings were forwarded to the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection, who have since launched an official investigation. The Office of Competition and Consumer Protection are being assisted by the National Prosecutor’s Office, who continue to collect information on OneCoin.

    If breaches of Poland’s consumer protection laws are found, the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection will initiate further proceedings against OneCoin.
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    In the you can't make this stuff up category comes the news from OneCoin the Italian bank is no more. Took less than 24 hours for the bank to figure out just who they were banking with and pulled the plug. OneCoin was advising their members not to contact the bank or use the OneCoin name. That should have been a dead give-away to the OC'ers that they are in a Ponzi. Hopefully they will wake up and realize they have been had.
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    Re: onecoin.eu ponzi scam

    OneCoin serve cease and desist to journalist over Ponzi claims...

    OneCoin serve cease and desist to journalist over Ponzi claims

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    Re: onecoin.eu ponzi scam

    The Mirror.co.uk is today reporting;



    You can read the original article here on MIRROR.co.uk
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    Re: onecoin.eu ponzi scam

    Put up my analysis of OneCoin on our website: https://eagleresearchassociates.org/...ts-hot-topics/. Will be following it up with the principals behind OneCoin as well as the major promoters next.
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    Re: onecoin.eu ponzi scam

    Bulgarias' BANKER.bg is reporting (Google translated)



    You can read the original article here at BANKER.bg
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    Re: onecoin.eu ponzi scam

    Onecoin's run may be coming to it's inevitable ugly end.

    No more bank accounts available for wire transfers according to Scam Detector: OneCoin - The ponzi-pyramid crumbles!

    This image also posted, presumably from the OC back office.

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    Thoughts?

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    Re: onecoin.eu ponzi scam

    But, but, but,

    How can that be ????

    One Coin is "Growing faster than Bitcoin, Microsoft, Apple and Facebook:




    Never fear, OneCoin has an explanation for the constant changing of banks:

    Q. Why OneCoin changes banks accounts frequently or gets its accounts Blocked ?

    Answer 1/2

    OneCoin accounts are never Blocked, they rather open a new account

    Answer2/2

    Company changes Its accounts frequently because

    1- Excessive Revenue within short period of Time..

    2- All the accounts have certain Limits..

    3- Banks don’t allow 1 client to own over 10% of the Funds, it can be a threat to the banks existence… (Law of Economy)

    4- OneCoin has done a Billion Dollars in Revenue within 11 months and second Billion in next 3 Months… and every next Billion in shorter period of time… so banks Just Can’t Handle this much cash for their own Security.

    5- OneCoin as a company must not depend only on 1 Bank account for its own Security, Imagine IF there is only one account and that account gets Blocked/ Frozen, then it will be in trouble…

    6- Many accounts, Full of Money ensure the Financial stability and availability of Cash Flow when company may need.

    Moral:- its good to have many accounts rather than only One Account because it’s a sign of company’s strategy to secure members money at different places

    Hope it answers your question…

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    Re: onecoin.eu ponzi scam

    Is it just me, or does this look like a goodbye message to anybody else:

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    Moral:- its good to have many accounts rather than only One Account because it’s a sign of company’s strategy to secure members money at different places
    I guess it's now best to have zero accounts that your victims are aware of.

    I wonder if we'll ever know how much the top brass made off with when it's all over.

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    Re: onecoin.eu ponzi scam

    Quote Originally Posted by littleroundman View Post
    Is it just me, or does this look like a goodbye message to anybody else:

    Yep.

    So long suckers might have been considered too rude.

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    Re: onecoin.eu ponzi scam

    Quote Originally Posted by surfer View Post

    Thoughts?
    People thought they were getting in on the ground floor of a great opportunity, in reality by the time they heard about it the foundation had started to crumble.

    Even with bitcoin, I don't understand why the wheel needs to be reinvented. Under the current monetary system almost any transaction can be done with zero Counterparty Risk Definition | Investopedia.
    If your bank/brokerage account is hacked the institution covers the losses. In the case of the FDIC account holders have some protection against bank failure, with SIPC some protection against fraud. Buyers using credit cards have an array of protections afforded to them.

    If all else fails gold has been a store of value for thousands of years, beyond the blockchain technology itself I completely miss the wow factor.
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    Re: onecoin.eu ponzi scam

    Thankfully, a deep understanding of blockchain technology wasn't required to identify the OC pyramid/ponzi.

    I somewhat grasp the uprising against FIAT currency, but it's nothing I've studied up on too thoroughly.

    Anything virtual can be hacked and I simply don't see how virtual currency will be any better of a solution in the long run.

    Oh well, scam spotting is much easier on the brain than all that.

    Sad for however many innocents got sucked in. Wishing the worst to the douchebags that promoted it.

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    Re: onecoin.eu ponzi scam

    Quote Originally Posted by littleroundman View Post
    Is it just me, or does this look like a goodbye message to anybody else:

    lol. I don't know how it can be taken any other way.
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    Re: onecoin.eu ponzi scam

    This message just in from the OneCoin team:

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    Re: onecoin.eu ponzi scam

    Quote Originally Posted by surfer View Post
    I somewhat grasp the uprising against FIAT currency, but it's nothing I've studied up on too thoroughly.
    My experience is when someone starts rambling about fiat currency their audience is about to have some overpriced coins jammed down their throat.

    Quote Originally Posted by surfer View Post
    Anything virtual can be hacked and I simply don't see how virtual currency will be any better of a solution in the long run.
    In my mind for it to be a solution it has to be both mainstream and better than exactly what we have now. Which works pretty well. As it stands Bitcoin has to be converted into some other commodity or currency for any transaction of significance. Onecoin and all the also ran cryptos might function for buying tie dye hacky sacks or a little weed, they are light years from a store of value a company would denominate a major unhedged transaction with.
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    Anyone wants to buy worthless onecoins ? :)




    URL: https://www.ebay-kleinanzeigen.de/s-...35605-298-7979

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    Re: onecoin.eu ponzi scam

    Swedish TV4:


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    Re: onecoin.eu ponzi scam

    Quote Originally Posted by NikSam View Post
    Swedish TV4:

    I have a friend who is deep into onecoin, he sent me a link saying Swedish police had now closed their investigation on onecoin. Apparently, this is another win for them as it proves they are the real deal.

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