EvoRich has received a securities fraud warning from Latvia’s Financial and Capital Market Commission. As per the FCMC’s March 9th warning, EvoRich
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Skyway Capital and New Economic Evolution of the World (more commonly known as NEEW), have received a securities fraud warning from the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority.
EvoRich has received a securities fraud warning from New Zealand’s Financial Markets Authority. According to the FMA, EvoRich is offering financial services to New Zealand residents through social media and other New Zealand residents without being a registered financial service provider in New Zealand. The regulator notes EvoRich’s ties to Skyway Capital;
EvoRich is a spinoff of the long-running Russian Ponzi scheme, Skyway Capital. Heading up EvoRich is Andrey Khovratov (aka Andrii Khovratov, Andrei Khovratov), a former Skyway Capital executive. Khovratov is/was part of Skyway Capital’s inner-circle. In 2017 Khovratov filed a defamation lawsuit against a Russian media outlet on behalf of Skyway Capital. He lost the [Continue reading…]
New Zealand’s Financial Markets Authority has issued a scam warning against Skyway Capital and New Economic Evolution of the World (NEEW).
After Skyway Capital’s initial Ponzi scheme failed, the company jumped on the MLM crypto bandwagon. When Skyway Capital’s initial token scheme failed, the company launched CryptoUnits. When CryptoUnits failed Skyway Capital attempted to relaunch itself as New Economic Evolution of the World (NEEW). Things appeared to be on the rocks last November, following Skyway Capital [Continue reading…]
It’s official; the Skyway Capital Ponzi brand is toxic. So toxic that Skyway Capital has outright banned affiliate investors from publicly mentioning its name.
Desperate for a distraction after their Dubai ruse collapsed, Skyway Capital has signed Steven Seagal on for a celebrity endorsement.
The Skyway Capital Ponzi scheme might be running low on cash, prompting Skyway to announce both Skyway tokens and CryptoUnits. Communication seems to be a problem at Skyway Ponzi HQ though, as both reload scams have been announced simultaneously. This naturally caused confusion, prompting Skyway to issue clarification that they aren’t one and the same. [Continue reading…]
The National Bank of Slovakiahas issued investment fraud warnings against Skyway Capital and Five Winds.