Given the amount of OneCoin scammers that have been indicted in the US, it’s difficult to keep track of the upcoming sentencing dates.

Throw in the pandemic and constant resetting of dates and… well, you’d be forgiven for losing track of who’s being sentenced when.

It’s my job to keep track of these things and when someone asks me even I draw a blank.

Following one such occurrence earlier today, I thought it’d be a good idea to put together the current dates in a separate article.

That means I can point anyone looking for the dates here, as well as being able to update the dates as they’re constantly pushed back.

As it stands three indicted OneCoin scammers have sentencing dates;

Ruja Ignatova, Sebastian Greenwood and David Pike have been indicted.

I’ll be updating these dates if they change, so if you’re reading this consider the above dates accurate.


Update 20th October 2020 – Gilbert Armenta’s sentencing has been postponed to January 29th, 2021.

As per a letter motion filed by the DOJ on October 16th;

The parties are in continuing discussions regarding various forfeiture issues, among other sentencing-related issues.


Update 11th November 2020 – Due to his ongoing cooperation with authorities, Konstantin Ignatov’s sentencing has been scheduled for May 14th, 2021.


Update 18th November 2020 – Due to ongoing forfeiture negotiations, Mark Scott’s sentencing has been postponed to February 25th, 2021.


Update 29th January 2021 – Following a January 27th request for adjournment, Gilbert Armenta’s sentencing has been rescheduled for April 2nd, 2021.


Update 9th February 2021 – Ongoing forfeiture negotiations has seen Mark Scott’s sentencing delayed again to April 14th.


Update 17th February 2021 – Due to COVID-19 related “access restrictions”, David Pike’s plea hearing has been rescheduled to June 4th.


Update 25th March 2021 – Mark Scott’s sentencing has been once again delayed to June 14th.


Update 3rd April 2021 – Due to ongoing “forfeiture and other sentencing related issues”, Gilbert Armenta’s sentencing trial has once again been postponed to July 14th.


Update 14th May 2021 – Due to his ongoing cooperation with authorities, Konstantin Ignatov’s sentencing has been rescheduled for November 12th, 2021.


Update 28th May 2021 – Mark Scott’s sentencing has again been adjourned till September 15th, 2021.

The stated reason for the delay is Mark Scott

undergoing testing and treatment for several serious medical conditions.

Among other things, he is expected to go undergo surgery in August.

The DOJ consented to Scott’s request, but has stated any further requested delays will be opposed.


Update 8th June 2021 – On June 4th the DOJ filed a letter requesting a delayed plea control date for David Pike.

The parties continue to have ongoing discussions about a pre-trial disposition, but have not yet finalized an agreement.

The parties anticipate that an agreement will be reached and request an adjournment of approximately 90 days, to a date and time convenient for the Court.

The court granted the request and scheduled a new September 8th plea control date.


Update 12th July 2021 – Gilbert Armenta’s sentencing has been postponed to October 13th.

The stated reason for the delay is “discussions regarding various sentencing-related issues.”