Success Factory’s offices in the Netherlands were raided last Tuesday.

FIOD, who investigate financial crimes in the Netherlands, conducted the raid on behalf of Estonian authorities.

Success Factory was the Netherlands based component of the multimillion dollar DagCoin Ponzi scheme.

Ran by Dutch national Igor Alberts, assisted by wife Andreea Cimbala and a steady stream of PR from Ted Nuyten and BusinessForHome, Success Factory handled recruitment of new victims into DagCoin.

The Dutch Success Factory raid coincided with the arrest of DagCoin founder Nils Grossberg in early October. News of Grossberg’s arrest was leaked last week by Geenius.

Weeks before Estonian authorities moved to apprehend Grossberg, Igor Alberts and Andreea Cimbala fled the Netherlands.

In much the same way Bulgarian authorities shelter what’s left of OneCoin, Dutch authorities have sheltered Alberts and Success Factory for half a decade.

BehindMLM strongly suspects Alberts was tipped off about the DagCoin arrests and pending raid, prompting him to evacuate and flee.

As per an October 23rd report from Quote, Andreea Cimbala now claims she’s Igor Albert’s ex-wife.

Quotenet has Cimbala on record lying about Alberts’ ownership of Success Factory;

His now ex-partner Andreea Cimbala informs the FD that they were never the owners of Success Factory together with Alberts.

Given that Alberts and Cimbala were photographed together a week ago, I’m not buying the separation ruse.

For now FIOD are refusing to confirm whether Igor Alberts and Andreea Cimbala are wanted fugitives.

Having scammed consumers out of over a hundred million between OneCoin, DagCoin and Success Factory though, it’s looking increasingly likely.

Alberts, Cimbala and other top Success Factory and DagCoin scammers fled the Netherlands for Dubai, the MLM crime capital of the world.

Andrea Cimbala deleted her social media in late September. Igor Alberts followed suit days before the arrests in Estonia.

Presumed to be fugitives hiding in Dubai, Alberts’ and Cimbala’s current statutes are unknown.

Quote approached Alberts for comment but did not receive a reply.


Update 1st November 2022 – Igor Alberts and Andreea Cimbala have returned to the Netherlands.