OneCoin’s Sebastian Greenwood arrested, extradited to US
The regulatory noose around Ruja Ignatova’s neck has tightened even further, following the arrest of Sebastian Greenwood.
We all seem to have slept on the news, which was reported in a throwaway paragraph by the Bangkok Post on November 5th.
As per the Bangkok Post’s article, which examines Thailand’s increased participation in international investigations;
The CSD also worked with the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to apprehend Sebastian Greenwood who was wanted on a US international arrest warrant and an Interpol red notice for operating a digital currency pyramid scheme.
Sebastian’s arrest likely ties into a $400 million money laundering indictment against Mark Scott in September.
Initially very much a public OneCoin figure, Greenwood retreated into the shadows around late 2016. Just before OneCoin collapsed and stopped paying affiliate ROI requests.
Although not officially recognized, Greenwood (right) is believed to have been OneCoin’s second in command behind Ignatova.
Through top investment positions held with Juha Parhiala, Greenwood is believed to have stolen tens of millions of dollars from OneCoin affiliates.
Earlier this year in May Chinese authorities seized $7.2 million tied to OneCoin. The funds were recovered from a bank account held in Greenwood’s name.
As this is a developing story, we don’t have further details of the FBI’s investigation or Greenwood’s arrest yet.
Stay tuned for updates…
Nothing on Pacer yet, so Greenwood’s case appears to be under seal.
I’d bet the house some of those sealed filings in the Mark Scott case mention Greenwood.
And let’s be honest, Ruja Ignatova. She can’t run forever.
If the DOJ/FBI are trying to keep the case sealed that also explains why we heard nothing about it. Looks like someone at the CSD might have leaked something they shouldn’t have.
Greenwood’s last public appearance appears to have been in late 2017 (December?), in Kuala Lumpur, right before he really went into hiding and remained at large.
The speech likely occurred right around the time Greenwood realized that $7,140,000 had been seized from one of his China bank accounts under Operation Hurricane, which resulted in a total of 119 arrests and 98Onecoin scammers being prosecuted in China.
The following source covers (and transcribes) much of his awkward speech very well, including a feeble attempt to play the “education” card:
Not sure if on drugs or speaking slowly for emphasis and language barrier. Thoughts?
I’m pretty sure I know of a few other particular con-artists involved in the promoting and money laundering/ wire fraud side of Onecoin/ OLN side of this shaking in their fat boots right about now 😉
The exact govt employee tip was, quote: “OneCoin ringleader Sebastian Greenwood is kept in Manhattan Metropolitan Correctional Center awaiting official charge by DOJ…and he was earlier extradited from Thailand.”
Then I started checking recent news about Sebastian Greenwood, and BOOM, Bangkok Post covered the FBI arrest already in November 5th. 😀
We were a bit slow with this one, I mean it’s already November 23th.. 😉
Hey Konstantin, feeling any heat yet, a-hole? No wonder Ruja disappeared..
To recap, here’s the latest Mark Scott money laundering case docket –
As I write this we have no idea what’s in any of those sealed filings.
We are planning to have a journalist do some more questioning about this, but it’s clear Greenwood is not actually an inmate yet, as he is currently awaiting official charges by DOJ. So you won’t find him with inmate search.
The goverment employee who first gave the tip seems to check out fine. No reason to suspect it’s an unreliable tip.
And I had no idea I would find the already 2.5 weeks old news from Bangkok Post that Greenwood was indeed extradited from Thailand and apprehended by the FBI! 😀
And here’s the start of the docket –
Again, we have no idea what’s in any of those filings. Only the indictment has been unsealed.
@Oz, maybe I’m blind but I don’t actually see the link to the Bangkok Post article in your post?
No you’re not blind. Still had the Bangkok Post website open as I was going through their recent stories that mention the CSD.
Thought maybe there’d be some earlier coverage but nothing came up. Must have gotten distracted and forgotten to actually add the original link 🙁
Pretty serious stuff if this is really the case? Might even damage and interfere with the investigation.
Perhaps all references to the tip should be deleted as a precautianry measure?
Not so serious if it’s been online since Nov 5th. If they’d leaked specific details of the case before the FBI/DOJ are ready to go public then there might be a problem.
Another great article out of Romania, in the wake of the recent documentary on Onecoin scam from the same place, also tells it like it is: pressone.ro/moneda-viitorului/
Great news I would say, keep it coming. Maybe they can also go after the leader scammers that ran away from Onecoin into Dagcoin or Futurenet now.
Would be a great statement to make, that wherever you run to we will finally come to get you.
Yesterday and today I saw on social media a lot of pictures of Onecoin scammers arriving in Paris where they have tomorrow and Sunday a huge Europe convention.
Wouldn’t that be the best place to go get Konstantin and the Elite and start the same process as they did with Greenwood?
I am wondering if any victim at all has reported them in France so far. We hear left and right from some independent actions and cases but nothing really seems streamlined or synchronized yet.
This is the event announcement: facebook.com/onelifeimaofficial/photos/a.334855103534556/750220178664711/?type=3&theater
The new Master distributor after Sebastian Greenwood: facebook.com/onelifeimaofficial/photos/a.334855103534556/749583578728371/?type=3&theater
Could he be the next to get in serious trouble? Konstantin doesn’t appear anywhere on the offical announcements.
Lets see what BS Igor Krnic tries to make this time as he is trying to keep people desperately away from BMLM.
While it’s not yet said officially anywhere, it’s very likely to be about OneCoin. BigCoin was a quite small and very local Asian scheme, which had absolutely nothing to do with USA. Why would FBI care about it?
Secondly, the tip from a US government employee we got, which lead to me finding the Bangkok Post article in the first place, talked about “OneCoin ringleader”.
True, can’t prove it yet, but hopefully we get official confirmation from a journalist we are in contact with.
Tom McMurrain was promoting OneCoin in USA at least still in April 2017. And as we know, the Las Vegas based scammer Denis Murdock who was invited on stage during the last weekends Vanoucer DealShaker expo, is still actively promoting OneCoin in USA.
So yeah, there’s definitely OneCoin activity infact STILL in USA.
It was not the purpose of the Bangkok Post article to start defining what actually OneCoin is. Imo it’s a ponzi/pyramid hybrid, but not traditional anyway. They imply a self fabricated “value” for the coin, and sell packages from where you can generate the coins hundreds-thousands times cheaper.
Bangkok post obviously didn’t go into details, because the story was not about OneCoin, but about Thai CSD.
Sebastian was one the people who started OneCoin with Ruja. Before mid 2016, there was not even OneLife yet. It was only 1 company. True, Sebastians role was starting and organizing the marketing side, as he is a competent career MLM fraudster.
No it doesn’t suit better. As said BigCoin was relatively small local Asian scam, which had no links to USA. Why would FBI care about BigCoin?
We definitely would have wanted this out 20 days ago already, as it would get even more audience.
I don’t know what Igor tries to imply here, that we didn’t announce this until just before Paris event on purpose? Totally idiotic, how could we control that it’s not coming out from somewhere.
It was a pure coincidence. I started making Google search yesterday, just after we received the tip from US govet employee that Sebastian is in USA now, arrested by the FBI.
Ok, here Igor starts the typical lying again. The corporate part of the investigation is done by Bielefeld prosecutor.
That included the raid with the help of Europol/Bulgarian prosecutors. Corporate part is definitely NOT investigated yet, as Bielefeld General Prosecutor Gerald Rübsam replied that the investigation was ongoing and there was no clarity as to how long it would take.
The investigation is being conducted against eight suspects, mainly employees of one of the companies of the OneCoin group registered in Germany,” Rübsam said , confirming that Ignatova was one of them.
What Krnic falsely tries to pass as “corporate side investigation” was a case by Nürnberg-Fürth prosecutor against an IMA of OneLife who is not even a company employee.
It seems Krnic is continuing the balatant lying and deceiving in order to deceive OneCoin members, and of course he wants OneCoin members to stay away from BehindMLM so they wouldn’t find out facts.
Igor Krnic knows nothing about this case and the 400 million USD money laudering case but keeps parroting desperately “nothing to do with company”. It doesn’t help anymore.
Sadly it seems that the police in france doesn’t care at all about onecoin. (I’m french and spoke about this with a french journalist.)
Let us hope this is the end of this global scam and that other leaders will be picked up.
Peter Shaw who was the Leader who managed the UK build up has lived in Thailand so hopefully he is next?
Here is a video with Frank Ricketts and Sebastian Greenwood from January 13, 2018:
A comment under this video fits perfectly to this topic:
but in italy massimo del moro dont to be arrested? is a big mafioso of this ponzi scheme also of onecoin.
Fingers crossed Ruja is next.
That clown Igor krnic is still spouting his usual deluded rhetoric, I find it hard to understand how he can possibly believe that constant bull he is writing. He must be getting paid by Sofia.
Onecoiners are in full denial, claiming either “fake news” or that Greenwood’s arrest has nothing at all to do with the global onecoin scam.
It seems Antena3 Romania has removed their OneCoin TV report from Youtube. I suspect OneCoin is threatening them with legal consequencies. Here’s the full Antena3 TV report: vimeo.com/302502092
Here’s the part of the report where journalist Maxime Grimbert and Bjørn Bjercke talk: youtube.com/watch?v=cpsUT35BDhM
BigCoin was a small potatoes Ponzi scheme that scammed the Chinese and didn’t last long.
Sebastian Greenwood has only been involved in one Ponzi pyramid scheme in the last four years, OneCoin.
Hypothesizing he’s been arrested for BigCoin is desperately clutching at straws.
Poor Sebastian can’t get any respect from Igot. Igor calls him a lowly IMA Master Distributor when he was the one and only Global Master Distributor.
In fact he answered almost 60% of the questions from the big Ask Dr. Ruja Live Webinar (Ruja, Ahrens and Sebastian) YouTube Q&A back in May 2017. Minor role my assets Igor.
What is truly going to be most interesting is to see who’s next from the sealed indictments that have yet to be released.
Hopefully Sebastian will have an arraignment hearing this Monday and we will learn more about his charges.
Of course it’s not about BigCoin. Igor Krnic is just throwing it there to create some alternate explanation for the members.
Why the hell the FBI would care about some small local Chinese ponzi from 5+ years ago which had no links to USA at all.
But that’s what Krnic is nowadays, an excuse factory. I see often direct quotes from him posted as an “answer” on Facebook.
Because the members can’t think anything themselves, so they go to Igor for the rescue. And the a-hole sick liar knows this. How f’ed up is that..
It’s easy for Igor to say “nothing to do with the company” because there is no “the company” or its reprentatives. There is a maze of shell companies in places such as Bulgaria, Germany, Ireland, Dubai, Belize and Panama associated with OneCoin.
It’s impossible to do proper due diligence research in order to see who is in charge or what the audited Financial Statements show. Good luck with luring those institutional investors!
Even Konstantin is officially the “head of the Sofia management group” and “head of the GLG and the Inner Circle”. It’s not clear that he actually de jure represents OneCoin/OneLife.
Well Krnic is honored as OneCoin’s Chief Excuses Officer for a reason.
He’s like OneCoin’s very own Comical Ali.
Great for a morning laugh before you start your day.
As reported already in here, there is no person owning any of the companies.
Back when OneCoin still had bank accounts in Bulgaria, Finnish newspaper traced down the chain of ownerships:
Money was paid to a company that owned Onecoin Ltd. And that company was 100% owned by another company that was 100% owned by Ruja’s mother!
One can see the names of some people associated with Bulgarian side of OneCoin from Bulgarian business registry. Ruja had some role to play in most of the following firms, mostly in 2010-2014.
This is the maze I’m talking about:
In April 2017 Veska Ignatova sold all her shares of Artefix Europe and BIZNES EDZH SALYUSHANS (Business edge solutions) to Kristiyan Tsvetanov Manolov (Кристиян Цветанов Манолов) who became a manger of those firms, up until August this year when Ангел Руменов Бояджийски was appointed as a new manager of Artefix; Manolov is still a manager of Business edge solutions.
There was a firm One Payments (=Rila Kepital Investments) up until December 2017 when it was liquidated by its manager Bozhidar Bozhidarov Zahariev, who is also a manger of Pegaron Invest which in turn is owned by Artefix Europe.
In March 2018 One Network Services(= Rilako Delta) bought the shares of Artefix from Manolov. Funnily, Manolov was then also a manager of Rilako/One Network Services.
In March 2018, One Forex bought all shares of One Network Services, and One Network Services is owned by Artefix. At that time Monolov sold all his shares of Business Edge Solutions to Artefix Europe.
Email of Artefix Europe and Pegaron Invest (info last updated in 2016) is office(at)ravenr.com.
Everything is so clear and transparent! 🙂
Remember the “Ask Dr. Ruja Live Webinar Session” in July 2017? Lets see where these main OneCoin figures are today..
On the website ravenr.com you will find today only this contact information. All other content has been deleted:
Here is an old screenshot from June 2016:
Konstantin Ignatov just announced today in their Paris event that Jumio will be doing the KYC for them. Where do we contact the regulators and licensors if Jumio really will co-op with them?
Oh boy, many OneCoiners will be disappointed after that presentation. There wasn’t anything of substance about company’s plans for future – most importantly no info about anxiously awaited fiat conversion.
@Semjon absolutely nothing happenend in Paris event. It was purely a “spirit lifting” event, but that probably didn’t work very well either due to the news that Sebastian Greewood was arrested by the FBI. 😀
If they were gonna open any exchange in January or any time soon after that, Konstantin would have definitely hyped it in Paris.
I tried to search for him by using the New York Metropolitan Jail’s webpage, don’t seem like they have any inmate with the name Sebastian Greenwood?
Anyone been successful tracking him?
How many people were in the Paris event? The pictures I’ve seen make it look like it was arranged in a small space and with very few people.
You have to be wrong. 🙂 Supposedly, all tickets were sold:
@Melanie from Germany
In the last Paris event,
1. How many Parisians?
2. How many foreigners?
When the happy, they dance and yell like monkeys. LOL.
Please watch their video.
Photos will be published to give the impression that the halls were full. Here’s an example:
Have fun counting the heads. 🙂
The dancing monkeys you meet at every event. That’s the ecstasy of future OneCoin millionaires.
@Paul, as said before, he is awaiting charges. Don’t think he appears in any inmate list yet.
Konstantin really had to scrape from the bottom of the barrel to find some positive things to hype about at the Paris event:
– CoinSafe issue solved. (Embarrassing bug that never should have existed let alone take so long time to fix)
– No compliance issues [on stage?] from network to the company this year. (I have no idea what this means, perhaps a rebuke to Kari)
– More corporate appearances on network events than in last three years combined.
– They are planning to build an orphanage in Africa; not with existing money but with new money collected from network via DealShaker. (This, if it really happens, is very much needed because many African children will become orphans due to suicides and blood feuds caused by OneCoin scam)
– There are five weeks left of this year. (“It has been a shitty year, but don’t lose your hope for we have still time left for miracles to happen.”)
It’s curious, I don’t think Konstatin said the word ‘OneCoin’ even once in his talk. They might be slowly distancing themselves from OneCoin brand, perhaps as a legal strategy and to shield from upcoming bad press coming from various criminal investigations.
They are easing the OneCoin requirements on new DealShaker deals and also planning to incorporate genuine crypto currencies as payment method.
The Company is clearly not believing in OneCoin anymore.
@Melanie from Germany
Thks & Rgds.
With OneCoin, you can not attract anyone anymore, that’s more of a detestable swear word today. This was also mentioned in the forum of Igor Krnic:
If any body face “Val Derebey” (actively acting like a ONECOIN supporter in a lot of Facebook groupe), you can respond by THIS fact;
And french (muuuchhh more personal.)
Not to worry, flatrate on Igor’s blog explained why OneCoin was not mentioned at the Paris event and the OneCoin logo was nowhere to be found, and I quote:
So you see all the issues were with the OneLife people and the riff-raff that took it over. OneCoin is as pure as the driven snow and has nothing to do with OneLife.
I’m just surprised that flatrate beat Igor to the punch in explaining it to everyone. Igor must have been too busy scrutizing Obo’s posts to make sure he didn’t use the word “investment” again.
True, but all inmates takin into jail are registered and being held waiting for their charges and court which can take several years.
Believe me I hope he stays in there for a long time, but my short research made it seems like he is not at all inside that jail (that’s not classified information)
Anyone have a better knowledge with the prison system in USA? In my opinion I think it’s worth looking into?
In the US we have what is called the Speedy Trial Act:
That act helps to ensure that a defendant in a criminal case has sufficient time to prepare a defense and likewise precludes the prosecution from drawing out a trial past reasonable bounds.
The Act itself is fairly complicated for non lawyers, obviously if a defendant asks for a delay that time is not counted against the timeline but there are other factors as well.
Also, if a defendant is in custody for say, nine months prior to conviction those nine months will be deducted from their ultimate sentence (called time served).
Thanks for the information.
But my point is if Sebastian was held at the New York metropolitan Jail or any other US Jail, he would be registered when he arrived and we would be able to search for him using their system (BOP).
Or am I missing something regarding this?
This makes me wonder if he really is arrested or not?
Lots of nonsensical comments from Val Derebey you can also find on this page:
Here is a section:
It all depends on how frequently the system is updated, and if he was put in general population. He very well could be in a holding cell awaiting an identity hearing and reading of charges.
It can take 3-5 days to get a prisoner listed in the system. A lot of unknown variables as to why he is not listed yet.
This guy is a pathological liar, he never owned a Lamborghini, he’s just the ceo of a small pizzeria restaurant, he’s supporting onecoin/onelife without his face picture on Facebook but when you talk about this “scam” currencies in real life; he’s told than “he never has anything to do with this”.
i face this in real life with them, but on the internet side it’s a seller of “educational package”.
This person is one of the most disgusting scum i ever meet in my life, no remorse to rob old starving people, he grab whatever he can where he can make money, actually he’s intimidating victim by doing what one scammer do usually, that mean; “if you doing anything against onelife/onecoin, we froze/remove your account, you loose all your investment, that’s all, so shut up the fuck up old fruit”, he also try to push to suicide one of them.
Don’t forget to face him with this picture 🙂 i don’t think you see them ever after that, as i said before he’s actually trying to remove his old traces, but it’s not a Facebook genius at all.
and the french version (much more violent, that point out his personal behavior, real personality, a little bit of my personal hanger against this kind of horrible people).
I hope theses bastard’s will face justice soon.
@Paul, we try to find out. One thing I was thinking also, is that Greenwood might not be his legal name.
Fits suspiciously well that a career fraudster’s name who sells “great opportunities” to people, name is “Greenwood”. He was born in Sweden, but that’s not a swedish name. I don’t know, but that is one possibility.
It’s highly likely that if he isn’t apprehended, he would have already denied it by himself or via a lawyer, as even MLM industry’s go-to site BusinessForHome announced the Bangkok Post news about him.
Anyway we try to find out more.
Seems his name used was Sebastian Greenwood since he started to show up on the net and social media. He was or still is as well CEO of Loopium.
If that was his new to be launched project or not, we can only guess as the company existed since 2013. The fact that it talks about a new innovative way of receiving and sending money globally. Hmmm sounds familiar !
BREAKING: “the Chief Secretary and the Head of the State Agency for Bulgarians Abroad (SABA), Petar Haralampiev, was detained by Bulgarian police earlier this month and charged with selling EU passports for Bitcoins.
Local media say Haralampiev sold Bulgarian citizenship to, “fraudulent applicants from Ukraine, Moldova, and Macedonia, all countries with significant minorities of ethnic Bulgarians, (who each) paid £4,445 for bogus certificates showing their family’s origins in Bulgaria.”
Bulgaria is part of the EU, whereas the Ukraine, Moldova, and Macedonia are not, and a Bulgarian passport allows free movement throughout the EU.
One must wonder if the politically well connected Ignatov family has taken advantage of such services in some way under fake names, etc?
If it is doubted that Sebastian Greenwood is not called Greenwood, then one could doubt that Ruja Ignatova is so called today.
In Germany, it is customary for a woman to accept her husband’s name when marrying. So Ruja could be called Ruja Strehl?
Very unlikely a swede would be called Sebastian Greenwood. Definitely sounds like an alias. Ruja Ignatova is a Bulgarian name.
Well, The origin of the name Greenwood is England and Scotland. It is possible that his mother was Swedish and his dad was English or Scottish and they lived in Sweden.
Hopefully at his arraignment and identity hearing this will all be cleared up as to his real name and any aliases.
There are plenty of Brits and Americans with Scandinavian names, there are plenty of Scandinavians with English names. Surnames can persist for generations after an ancestor moves from one country to another.
It could be Greenwood’s great- or great-great-grandfather who was British and moved to Sweden.
Yeah, I checked that there are swedes called Greenwood so it could be his real name.
One of our favorite US OC scammers, Tom McMurrain jumped ship for coinmd.io. It has gone nowhere fast.
Wouldn’t it be poetic justice if Tom was one of those sealed indictments. Hopefully the FBI will start unsealing them soon. Besides, Tom looks really good in orange as he has had 7 years experience wearing it.
Where did we get sealed indictments from!
The filings in the Mark Scott OneCoin money laundering case are sealed but we have no way of knowing what they are until they are unsealed.
In an update to my previous post, Tom said on 11/20 and I quote:
Yes sire Tom, and it is not even a flea on Alexa. They can’t even rank it, it is doing so badly. Keep spending those millions you stole in OC, because that’s the only way this turkey will last much longer.
My bad. 5 are sealed documents and 1 is a sealed indictment. I thought they were all a sealed indictment.
I haven’t checked the docket in a few days but which is the sealed indictment? (see comment #4)
If we’re referring to this:
That’s Scott’s own indictment. It was unsealed on September 5th.
OneCoin’s alleged strategy for opening an exhange for fiat conversion:
It has four stages, the first one in Jan 2019 when 20% of the coins becoome “negotiable”.
“To sell currencies, there must also be the offer, and here we assume that OneCoin will systematically and strategically create this market.”
@Semjon, I’m pretty sure that’s false info in that video. He took what was said about OFC->ONE conversion on onecoinico FAQ.
That doesn’t apply to OneCoins which people already have..
Check sections #15 and #16 from: onecoinico.io/ofc-faq.pdf
Damn, I fell for it! You are most likely correct. It just sounded too detailed to be completely made up, but I see that the details are from that FAQ. It’s a fantasy scenario derived from that FAQ,
Sebastian Greenwood is most likely his real name. He is mentioned in an article from 2010 about the Unaico/Sitetalk scams, and so is his mother’s PR company Greenwood Communications.
His parents and the company are both registered on a posh address in Stockholm.
Sebastian Greenwood was very much connected in Unaico / Sitetalk with his very good friend Rune Evensen.
This ponzi mastermind is living in Singapore and he may still be laundering money for Sebastian. Rune Evensen and Haarek Andreason are hiding funds for this scammer. FBI should look into this too.
Here’s a magnificent answer to one IMA’s question about Onecoin splits, by Chief Excuse Officer, Igor:
(RESPONSE) by Igorkrnic » Fri Dec 07, 2018 3:26 pm
Baaaaaaah hahahahahahaha!!! Delicious!!
Could the reason why Sebastian doesn’t show up in inmate recoreds be that he is out on bail waiting for the trial?
We don’t know when exactly he was arrested. I think usually bail agreements are done within a couple weeks of the arrest.
Before he would be granted bail, which I seriously doubt they would allow, he first has to be arraigned and charged. You then plead guilty as charged, or you plead not guilty and the trial process is started.
You also have an identity hearing to prove you are the person being charged. Then you would have a bail hearing, unless the bail request was done at time of pleading not guilty to all the charges.
To my knowledge, he hasn’t officially been charged yet. Of course he also has to be given time to hire an attorney or have the court appoint him an attorney.
So there are a lot of legal procedures that have to take place before he could ever be granted bail.
Since I am not a lawyer, only a lawyer can confirm the proper sequence of legal proceedings.
Also he formed Loopium e-Wallet Solution, which Ruja was involved in with him along with Jarl Moe (aka Jarl Adelsten) and Kristian Helgesen.
Onecoin investigation in Norway heats up? OLN Attorney trying to stone wall:
From Tim’s link above, I absolutely LOVE the term “Cryptococcus” and will be stealing it.
Thanks for the heads up Tim.
Looks like ODT (OneDreamTeam) Co-Founder, Staffan Liback (alleged 1.7M downline in 60 countries) and Frank “Money Wheel” Rickets (OPN/ UNAICO/ SiteTalk/ Onecoin Ponzi scams) have joined forces.
The 2 *cryptococci (lol) seem to have schemed up a “Save-the-World” MLM, as demonstrated in this video, in which Rickets seems to have lumbered himself over some fence onto some unsuspecting farmers land or some such chicanery.
VIDEO (promo piece): youtube.com/watch?v=fwDtIYCJqPs
*@GlimDropper – beat. ya to it! 😉
What does Staffan Liback tell in this video?
I watched the video, but I miss an explanation why Staffan Liback has turned his back on the OneCoin scam. Seven minutes of meaningless ramblings, but no facts! As it is usual in MLM.
Probably that’s what Confucius said: “If you go to bed with an itchy ass, you wake up with a stinky finger…” 🙂
@Melanie, his ploy is to gain confidence in the sheep so that they will follow him into his other slaughter house.
@Melanie- RE: Liback.
At 5:12 in the video he does admit that he “could not stop if (he) tried,” (stop MLM? Stop scamming people??) and goes on to describe his infection for doing so, saying, “it is like a virus.”
Well, you got that right, Staffan! But I’ll go a step further and say that YOU are a virus and CDC needs to keep you from spreading.
Well Staffan successfully says two completely contradicting things there:
One: He has come up with the vision of how he wants to do his own business. He wants to follow that vision. He also believes in the OneCoin/OneLife vision but the problem with networking is that you have to listen to people around you and then act accordingly.
So he is leaving OneCoin/OneLife because he cannot work according to his own vision there (Because networking forces you to behave like others want, not like you want.)
Two: Networking is in his blood, it’s like virus, you can’t give up networking, he will definitely continue networking.
Please, Staffan: either you drop networking because of your vision or then you continue networking. But you have to choose. You just can’t have them both.
I’m sad. Very sad. Never again will we be able to see such photos as this one from a private celebration, funded by the convicted “Cryptoqueen” Ruja Ignatova in July 2017 in Sozopol (Bulgaria):
Despite camouflage with used sunglasses by Kari Wahlroos, I identified the man next to Ruja as Sebastian Greenwood. 🙂
During this celebration, this rare photo was taken with Ruja’s husband Björn Strehl:
If I compare the two photos, looks Ruja next to the now imprisoned Sebastian Greenwood somehow happier, right?
Now that Sebastian Greenwood has plenty of time, he can spend hours practicing making the OneCoin asshole logo more perfect with his fraudulent fingers!
Who fidgets like a drunken monkey in front of every camera? Right, it’s the brainless idiot Thanh Duong, who also calls himself Thanh OC. That this Thanh OC in the head is not quite healthy, he proves just on Facebook. 19 hours ago he has photos of himself and known OneCoin scammers like…
SEBASTIAN GREENWOOD – Frank Ricketts – Juha Parhiala – Staffan Liback – Chris Principe – Denis Murdock – Jose Gordo – Mariana Lopez de Waard etc.
…posted on Facebook. How infinitely stupid this Thanh OC acts, his photos show together with the arrested Sebastian Greenwood. I would be ashamed to put such photos online! Until the end of my life!
Top ponzi promoter with 17,000 victims arrested in Pakistan. Onecoin and OneLife amongst the fraud packages sold:
I’m reading that as they got busted for running a 1.5% daily ROI Ponzi (17,000 victims).
The investigation uncovered they were also OneCoin Ponzi promoters, but that’s not what they arrested for. Confirm?
Seems Onecoin was amongst a diverse bag of tricks the scammers were pushing. Need further clarification of official charges. Details are still a little lite.
I’d be surprised if anyone got busted for still promoting OneCoin. Investigations are at the management end-game phase.
There’s literally no promotion left to go after.
When was the OneCoin scam started? Sebastian Greenwood writes:
Other question: When was the BigCoin scam started? Has Sebastian Greenwood confused something?
If I am not mistaken, BigCoin was launched in January 2012 but OneCoin wasn’t launched until August/September of 2014.
It is hard to keep your Ponzi’s you were involved in straight after a while. They all run together since they are based on the same concept. I think he just got them mixed up or it was a typo.
On June 6, 2014, Sebastian Greenwood and Ruja Ignatova in China promoted yet another scam event for the BigCoin and participated in it:
Only 17 days later, on June 23, 2014, the fraud domain onecoin.eu went online!
I am anticipating news on the status of Sebastian’s case in the next 3-10 working days.
What is the current status of Sebastian Greenwood of OneCoin /Onelife.
Is he still under arrest and in jail in Manhattan?
Is he offering evidence for a plea deal?
Has he been returned to Thailand?
Anything regarding his appearances in court since his extradition
One of the biggest liars and cheats on earth, Sebastian Greenwood, always uses the word “truth” on the internet. On Facebook, on Twitter, on his own websites. Here his account (@sebastiantruth) on Twitter:
The screenshot is old. Today it says:
And what kind of “truth” has Sebastian Greenwood shared on sebastiangreenwoodonecointruth.com?
This lies portal is no longer online but is available in the web archive.
“News” (more lies) has been distributed by Sebastian Greenwood on his portal sebastiangreenwood.news. But also this portal is no longer available:
If you want to look at his old “news” in the form of new lies, you can still do it in the web archive today.