OneCoin warning issued by Latvian Consumer Rights Protection Center
Citing previous OneCoin pyramid scheme warnings from Latvia’s Financial and Capital Market Commission, the government’s Consumer Rights Protection Center has today issued their own warning.
The Financial and Capital Market Commission (FCMC) has repeatedly warned against involvement in OneCoin, which at the discretion of the FCMC is modeled after financial pyramid principles.
We remind people that unlicensed merchants and other similar formations are not nationally monitored and interests of the population hence are not protected.
Unlicensed business, calling for investment or attracting deposits or other repayable funds is a criminal offense.
The CRPC’s OneCoin warning was issued on January 17th, 2017.
Along with the two previous FMPC warnings, it marks the third OneCoin regulatory warning issued in Latvia.
Kevin Foster, OneCoin Ponzi Scammer, has once again failed to alert his investors about the warnings being issued against OneCoin.
Instead, he posts this little “pearl of wisdom”.
It appears that Kevin Foster has left his “real JOB” recently to focus on the OneCoin Ponzi scheme full-time.
Funny thing is, he receives HIS PAY via US Dollars.
not only that but he needs people ‘chasing the USD’ just to be able to hand them over to him. In essence, he IS ‘chasing the USD’.
I know two people who have failed to read these warnings or are ignoring them.
Stanislavs Gorins (left) and Anita Jemeljanova:
DealShaker Country Managers Latvia, Estonia, Baltic and Co-Captains OneLife
Their YouTube channel since February 2018:
Stanislavs Gorins as keynote speaker at a fraud event in Riga:
In this video he shows well-known fraudsters like Sebastian Greenwood, Staffan Liback, Igor E. Alberts, Andreea Cimbala, Dilbar Mirsaitova, Mark Nishiyama, Simon Le, Mihail Petrovic, Frank Ricketts etc.