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.
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Arguably central to GSPartners’ G999 Ponzi scheme is Gold Standard Bank (GSB). On GSPartners’ website and in their marketing material Gold Standard Bank is represented as holding a banking license in Mwali. If you’ve never heard of Mwali, you’re not alone. It’s a tiny island off the eastern coast of Africa.
Less than 48 hours ago BehindMLM published evidence suggesting GSPartners’ G999 was created via an off the shelf shitcoin script. In response to that article, GSBank have deleted the evidence.
GSPartners’ G999 appears to be an off the shelf purchased shitcoin script. One that’s been used to launch at least two scamcoins.
As part of our coverage of GSPartners’ XLT Ponzi token launch, BehindMLM got in touch with Accor Group about a week ago. Accor Group owns the Movenpick brand, and we wanted to know if they were OK with GSPartners using one of their properties in Dubai to promote their XLT Ponzi points scheme. A few [Continue reading…]
Accor Group, owners of Movenpick Hotels and Apartments, have confirmed GSPartners is not authorized to sell their Dubai property.
BehindMLM’s ongoing coverage of the GSPartners Ponzi scheme is getting under Josip Heit’s skin. So much so that he engaged German legal counsel, to initiate legal action in the Ukraine. Lol Ukraine. Get your popcorn ready folks…
In early June GSPartners began circulating promotional material for a new real-estate themed Ponzi scheme. JONE tokens were supposedly tied to physical real-estate in the J One Towers, an apartment complex in Dubai. Before GSPartners could make any big announcements at their Dubai event later in the month, the developer behind J One Towers came [Continue reading…]
GSPartners, owner Josip Heit and its top South African promoters have filed suit against a second YouTube channel owner. This time the Ponzi scheme and its promoters are going after #ChrisTrade.
GSPartners is claiming a 66% reduction in victims signing up to lose money. In a desperate attempt to find a scapegoat, GSPartners has sued a South African YouTube channel.