If you’re a OneCoin victim in Poland, you might be able to recover your losses via criminal proceedings. The Szczecin District Prosecutors Office has offered to go after OneCoin scammers. They just need victims to speak up.
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Two OneCoin promoters have been arrested in Singapore, on the charges related to “pyramid selling”.
Years of Ponzi scamming through OneCoin is catching up with scammers. Following news of €400,000 in tax fraud in Romania, now OneCoin affiliates are being arrested in Finland for the same crime.
Following detainment after his arrest in California, OneCoin’s Konstantin Ignatov has been transferred to New York.
OneCoin affiliates in Romania have attracted the attention of authorities, who are looking to recover €400,000 in unpaid taxes.
The DOJ has secured the detention of Konstantin Ignatov, pending his facing charges in New York.
The specifics of Ruja Ignatova’s OneCoin exit-scam are coming together. The latest piece of the puzzle is the revelation that Ignatova was initially indicted back October 2017 – around the same time she “went on maternity leave”.
The case against the first of OneCoin insider to fall, Mark Scott, is slowly progressing towards trial. At present there’s a bit of a standoff regarding an agreed trial date. The DOJ want a trial on or around September 2019. Mark Scott’s attorneys want July.
In the wake of US authorities bringing OneCoin’s criminal enterprise crashing down, no doubt there are a lot of people out there trying to bury their association. Since our initial review of OneCoin on September 23rd, 2014, in which we accurately analyzed and concluded OneCoin was a Ponzi scheme, BehindMLM has published no less than [Continue reading…]
Over the course of the DOJ’s investigation into OneCoin, the department issued multiple subpoenas. Some of those subpoenas pertained to email evidence, the publication of which has provided revealing insight into OneCoin’s operation. Below are excerpts from emails and other sources of information obtained by the DOJ. Below, I’ve categorized the DOJ’s evidence into relevant [Continue reading…]