MetaNuva fails to provide ownership or executive information on its website. MetaNuva’s website does have an “about us” page, however this redirects to NuvaToken’s website. NuvaToken is part of MetaNuva and here we learn MetaNuva has four co-founders: Shamsu Miah – Chief Officer of Operation Bako Faysal – Chief Officer of Innovation & Development Helen [Continue reading…]
PGI Global @ BehindMLM
PGI Global’s UK shell company has been shut down by the High Court. As per a September 13th order, PGI Global UK Ltd has been “wound up” and subject to liquidation.
Within hours of BehindMLM confirming a US criminal investigation, PGI Global has collapsed. As part of the exit-scam, PGI Global’s newly appointed CEO and Senior Vice President have also called it quits.
Earlier today a reader tipped me off to one of PGI Global’s website domains being seized by US authorities. Initially I was skeptical, owing to the domain in question not being one I was familiar with. Dozens of rabbit holes later, BehindMLM can confirm the domain “praetorsglobal.com” was used by PGI Global and has been [Continue reading…]
PGI Global has dumped US victims of the Ponzi scheme. In an email recently sent out to investors, PGI Global informed US victims they’d be receiving $1000 refunds.
Praetorian Group International has received a securities fraud warning from the Philippine SEC.
PGI Global Ponzi scheme has announced initiation of its reboot. On September 1st PGI Global announced former President Helen Louise Graham will head up the Ponzi scheme as CEO.
Following PGI Global’s collapse winding up in late June, Ramil Ventura Palafox (aka RV Palafox) has announced a reboot Ponzi scheme. Strangely enough, Palafox won’t be running PGI Global 2.0.
After failing to initiate an exit-scam through Nui’s Kala shitcoin, Praetorian Group International has pulled its website offline. PGI Global’s website was pulled roughly 48 hours ago. I held off reporting the collapse in case it was just a technical error.
Praetorian Group International and Xifra Lifestyle have received fraud warnings from Peru’s Superintendencia de Banca Seguros.