Last November GSPartners threatened US-based YouTube channel Grit Grind Gold with a lawsuit. On December 16th, GSPartners filed a harassment lawsuit against Grit Grind Gold and owner Chris Saunders.
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GSPartners has stopped whatever they were doing to peg G999’s public trading value at around 5 to 7 cents. Consequently G999’s trading volume and value has plummeted.
GSPartners’ latest ruse to get people interested in their Lydian World Ponzi ecosystem is a clipart NFT collection.
GSPartners and owner Josip Heit have engaged a US law firm to intimidate a US based YouTuber.
While authorities in Dubai might turn a blind eye to MLM scams, outside of the UAE fraud has consequences. In a recently filed defamation complaint, Driven Properties bemoan getting into business with GSPartners.
GSPartners affiliates have conceded the company is committing securities fraud. Unfortunately they’re of the mistaken belief that hiding securities fraud makes it less illegal.
In December 2017, Josip Heit incorporated the shell company GSB Gold Standard Banking Corporation AG. An August 31st filing with the Dusseldorf District Court in Germany gives us a peek into the shell companies behind GSPartners.
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On LinkedIn Michael Dalcoe cites himself as a member of GSPartners’ “Executive Council”. On YouTube Dalcoe titles himself as CEO of the company: Whatever his official role within the Ponzi scheme, evidently one of Dalcoe’s roles is silencing affiliates who complain.
After Accor Group publicly stated GSPartners wasn’t authorized to use Movenpick in their branding, it seems GSPartners is pushing the deal through anyway. GSPartners has been dropped. Instead the deal is being pushed through JJJ Holdings, a shell company owned by Josip Heit.