Skyway Capital bans affiliates from mentioning Skyway Capital
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.
As per a press-release published earlier this month, Skyway Capital affiliates are banned from using
drawings, illustrations, images, photos and videos with images of SkyWay string transport objects and track structure in presentations, use symbols, logos, photos of official SkyWay representatives, including photos of the author of the technology – Anatoly Eduardovich Yunitsky.
(Giving) a personal assessment of current events related to SkyWay technology and provide it as official information.
(And) disseminat(ing) information that does not have official confirmation.
Skyway Capital goes on to “urgently demand” affiliates
remove all previously published information that could cause reputational harm to the SkyWay group of companies … especially all information about the development of technology in the United Arab Emirates.
Do not comment on posts and news related to the development of SkyWay technology in public groups of social networks and forums on the Internet.
This includes replacing any public mention of
- Skyway with “innovative transport technologies”;
- SWIG with “NEEW group of companies; and
- SWIG PA with “TNG PA (Transnet group).
Skyway Capital’s bizarre edict was made as the company attempts to rebrand itself as the New Economic Evolution of the World, or NEEW for short.
New Economic Evolution of the World is a marketing term Skyway Capital first used in December 2017.
As to what’s behind the New Economic Evolution of the World panic and Skyway Capital disassociation, typically we see this sort of stuff when banking channels are at stake.
The UAE isn’t known for regulation of MLM Ponzi schemes, so it’s quite possible that New Economic Evolution of the World is an attempt to keep banking channels open.
A clean company name to fool financial regulators. Although why Skyway didn’t just set up more shell companies is unclear.
The alternative hilarious narrative is that mentioning Skyway Capital somehow causes “reputational harm”, specific to the UAE.
Violation of this prohibition will be regarded as willful sabotage!
Accounts of violators will be blocked without the right to recover.
Grab your popcorn folks. Sounds like this Ponzi implosion is just getting started…
Man, when you will learn this, that SWIG and Capitals is two different funds? they are not connected with each other.
Do you, professor, separate what it is SWIG and what it is SW Capital? 😀
Andrew Twelftree has deleted all of his ‘SWIG’ and SkyWay video’s to comply to the commitment. So he has finally revealed himself as the evil Darth Vader. Not telling the thruth to his followers.
But there is some hope: Luke Skywayker will destroy him very soon.
Just one note which may (or may not) have a relation with announced rebranding and strict “no word” policy about SkyWay, SWIG, string technology and the status of development in UAE:
IMHO… It looks like the beginning of the troubles with payment processors. Hopefully, beginning of the end.
Scam restart or exit under the new name and legend?
They seem to be moving away from the legend “investment/crowdfunding the project of a new transport technology” to “financial and investment education/consultancy, implementation of bla bla bla crypto units, and the opportunity to participate in the Global Investment Portfolio for the masses of people on the planet. ”
The Skyway “project” claims were just so grandiose and ridiculous the $$$ was bound to stop sooner rather than later.
In ponzi hindsite, these crooks should have said the fake projects were in some far flung, much harder to access outposts than they did.
It reminds me of the old “Uinvest” scam from early in the decade.
They claimed to be partners in hotels/resorts, etc. It lasted awhile but eventually the properties in the pictures were visited and the scam was up.
SWIG == Skyway Capital == the rest of the shell company they set up to scam people through.
It’s all the same company with the same scammers running it in the end.
Nope. Same scam. Money is laundered to the same people.
A Ponzi scheme setting up shell companies to scam people through doesn’t matter in the end. Just ask OneCoin.
Can you please then explain, how excatly they are scamming people? You know, that funds are created to find investments for project.
You know, that investors dealing with funds only very short period of time, can be few days maybe, because after payment recieved from investor, money goes to mother company and investors “shares” are registered in register.
So far what can be motivation to scamm people, if “scammers” can make way much more money just by realising the project.
I dont see anymore doubts about technology, even in Sarjah they are building test tracks. If they wanted to scamm people, they could do it years ago already with millions of dollars.
Why to show their faces, office building, personal, why to invest so much money in new machines (TOP brands), why to work with such a expensive and serious programs like Dassault?
For transport, like SkyWay have huge potential, and if no Yunitsky will do it, then definetly someone else will do that, there is no doubts about that.
Here is questions on what noone can answer! If ther were scammers, they would get away a waaay before, and second is, that you can make thousands times more money with realising project, than scamm people 🙂 and everything lately shows, that project is beeing realising and its not even smelling as scam.
You invest, Skyway Capital uses your funds to pay existing investors. You steal money from people who join after you.
In pyramid scheme fashion you also get a cut of funds invested by those recruited under you.
Prove it with evidence of Skyway Capital having registered its securities offering and providing investors with legally required disclosures.
Among those disclosures should be audited accounting proving all your bullshit marketing claims.
Failing which, Skyway Capital is the same Ponzi it has always been and sorry for your loss.
Skyway Capital will stick around as long as dumbasses keep throwing money at them.
Russia doesn’t care so Yunitsky and his co-conspirators have nothing to lose.
I can compare to Hyperloop guys. Why noone is calling them as scammers? (Ozedit: Hyperloop != MLM company. Derails removed.)
Do you understand, that they are prooving it with work they do 🙂
C’mon, they are bulding factories, they are doing work in Emirates, they are really doing things. (Ozedit: offtopic derails removed)
Nope. That’s not how regulation works.
Unless Skyway Capital registers itself to operate legally and provides audited accounting reports, all you have is bullshit marketing claims.
They will remove refferal system and funds like Capital and SWIG will not search for investments anymore, because in generaly thats not good for such a project, but it was the only way to make it. Man, this period is over.
That’s also not how regulation works. You can’t commit financial fraud worldwide and then just be like “lulz, OK we got enuff money thx we’ll stop now.”
There is no project. Skyway Capital was a Ponzi scam from the start.
TNT: please, stop taking this stuff!
I’ll just leave it here for all to see.
The most complete scheme of SkyWay’s fraudulent project.
It’s in Russian language but you can probably get the idea by using Google translate.
The whole site is dedicated to Victor Morozov’s fraudlent schemes. Partly thanks to International Consortium of Investigative Journalists digging through the leaked “Panama Papers” in 2015.
TNT: time to take the blinkers off mate. There is no proof whatsoever of anything, the test tracks are simply part of the marketing budget to bring in more cash.
As for all the other investments, complete bullshit!
Test tracks ar part of every transport technology, cars, whatever what move and will drive on streets.
Hyperloop also have already 3rd test track. You can’t without that.
Instead of thinking of real purpose of test tracks (what is definetly tests and sertification) you are blaming of something else, you don’t think, that that’s little stupid?
Except that Skyway has been scamming people with “test track” nonsense since Belarus. That was at least a few years ago.
Skyway Capital has done this twice now. Set up some bullshit tracks in a paddock and woo the investors.
Abandon the paddock, change the name and set up shop somewhere else. Dubai’s over so they’ll set up shop somewhere else in a few months. Or with the name-change maybe not.
Man, you dont get probably. Without such a park, you cant build business. It’s not only about money, it’s about technology demonstration and sertification.
Especialy if technology is inovation. Why Hyperloop have already 3 test tracks? Hyperloop have spent more than 500 mil. $ and what they got?
This is normal proceses man and it’s nothing to link with scam or something similar.
Tracks are not bullshit, because you will never get commercial tracks, if you will not have demonstration and sertification tracks – this is how it works everywhere in the world, not only in SkyWay.
Sure you can. Skyway Capital was soliciting investment well before they set up the Belarus marketing site.
If you need evidence of why Skyway Capital wastes time setting up these marketing stunts, look no further then your devoted regurgitation of baseless marketing claims.
Plenty of gullible dumbasses out there investing because “LOOK MAH, SOME TRACKS IN A PADDOCK/DESERT! WE GON’ BE RICH!”
Legitimate investment opportunities register themselves with securities regulators and provide evidence of external revenue being used to pay returns.
Skyway Capital doesn’t do and has never done this because it’s been a Ponzi scheme from day one.
Feel free to provide evidence to the contrary. Any further attempts to spam unverifiable marketing claims will be removed.
The central innovation Yunitksiy is supposed to have come up with, over 40 years ago now, is a sooper-dooper special kind of rail, which he calls a “string”.
When he started building the supposed test tracks in the “EcoTechnoPark” in Belarus, it was immediately apparent to everyone who looked at the pictures that what was being suspended on a few flimsy stilts in that field (the whole “park” is just 550m by 990m of farmland, so not even big enough to hold any proper test track) was just bog-standard rectangular steel tubing.
The kind of thing you can get from any building materials supplier, and which is used for purposes like holding up a very lightweight roof on something like a small sports hall. Definitely not something you could ever suspend a train going at 500km/h from, which is what they claim.
They bore no resemblance whatsoever to the magic “strings” of which he’s been showing pictures (and nothing else) for 4 decades. Or to any railway track that has ever functioned for real, as they’ve been doing extremely efficiently and reliably for nearly two centuries.
This was so blatantly not what people had been promised that even Yunitskiy himself finally had to admit in a q&a session with “investors” that that is indeed all he’s built so far. He has no manfacturing capability to make his “strings” at all.
But just you wait, with all those tens of billions of already-signed contracts, starting with the Dubai one, finally coming through, he’s promised he’s going to definitely start making them any day soon now.
But as yet, by his own admission, there can be no test track, since his special rails simply don’t exist yet.
But the funniest bit of Skyway scamming to me remains their drone, which they presented to the world at their big annual get-together for “investors” in 2018.
Not content with making all existing rail transport obsolete by putting up some steel tubing on stilts, Yunitksiy has also branched out into changing air transport forever.
He’s designed a revolutionary cargo delivery drone capable of lifting 1.5 tons. The “prototype” shown off was immediately identified as being a 50-year old Kamov Ka-26 mini-helicopter, with all the cockpit glass painted over to make it look like an unmanned drone.
The main use of the Ka-26 was as a crop duster. You can buy still-flying ones (they were made from 1969 to 1985) for under €50,000.
That’s without a crop-dusting module or any other module fitted, so it can transport nothing except the 2 pilots.
Non-flying ones to strip for spare parts you can get literally for free, as long as you come to pick them up – that saves the current owners from having to pay for transport to the scrapyard.
Transport isn’t a problem, the thing is so small it can land on a flatbed truck. Of course the Skyway one never flew.
That Ka-26 thing was so absurd and blatant a fraud that one could almost believe it was done on a bet.
“I bet you a ruble I can get those total idiots who give us their money to believe a 50-year old Soviet junk helicopter is a state-of-the-art drone.” “Come on, even they can’t be that stupid?” “OK, bet’s on.”
The idiots didn’t just buy it, they put up loads of pictures and videos on Facebook and Youtube, proudly showing themselves fawning over that ridiculous fake prop, as yet one more sign of the towering engineering genius of the great Yunitskiy.
(Yes, there is video evidence for everything I stated above – evidence all made publicly available by Skyway and/or its “investors” themselves.)
Did you knew, that drone look doesn’t matter. Everyone can build any designed drone they want, but what matter, is AI technology built in it.
Their goal was not build something, what is built already years ago, but their goal is to make it to be able to work without human in it.
That is the real value and many people didn’t get it. You think, that he couldn’t just build nice prototype? you think, that he did it on purpose, so everyone laughing about KA-26?
That was not goal, goal is AI inside it :).
Feel free to provide verifiable evidence of AI inside Skyway Capital’s painted helicopter.
Again with the made-up marketing claims regurgitation.
Man, you dont understand for what purpose he build Ecotechnopark. Before ecopark, he was asking for investments TO BUILD ECOTECHNOPARK 🙂 you dont understand, that you can’t develop, sertificate and sell transport technology, if you dont have demonstration and test tracks – this is how it works.
You still didnt answer me about Hyperloop??? (Ozedit: derails removed, see below)
I will proove, why Capitals or SWIG they are not Ponzi! Their only job is to search for investments, right? right!
So, between Capitals, SWIG and investor have contact only for very short of time, because money, what pays investor -> goes to mother company and then they are registering shares in register.
So, where is scamm? Those warnings from regulators are only about funds, but those are still just a warnings, nothing else. Capitals or SWIG till today didnt scamm even one person, you get it?
1. So, can you explain me, then why also Hyperloop (Ozedit: derails removed, see below)
2. What do you mean with scam from Capitals or SWIG? how at the end they are scamming people?
Nope. Investment was sought on the promise of returns. The paddock marketing stunt was just a marketing tool to get people to invest.
HyperLoop isn’t an illegal investment opportunity committing securities fraud. HyperLoop’s business model has nothing to do with financial fraud.
If you wish to discuss HyperLoop or any other companies that have nothing to do with Skyway Capital, do it elsewhere.
Skyway Capital == SWIG == all the other shell companies. It’s all the same scam.
Multiple business names are used to launder invested funds. That’s the only reason Skyway Capital is set up this way.
Without audited accounting you cannot make representations as to what Skyway Capital does or doesn’t do with invested funds.
The only verifiable information thus far is Skyway Capital illegally solicits investment without required regulatory licenses, on the promise of returns (see our initial 2016 Skyway Capital review).
Securities fraud warnings are regulatory cease and desists. Securities fraud in and of itself a scam and is illegal the world over.
Legitimate companies do not commit securities fraud and then have their investors pretend it’s in any way a normal part of conducting legitimate business.
With respect to Skyway Capital, the scam exists within the representation Skyway Capital has anything to do with transport, when in fact most of the money is being kept by the scammers running it.
Feel free to provide audited accounting proving any of your claims.
Most IPO companies will list on stock exchange within 12 months, or 24 months maximum.
Skyway/swig/Neew has been around for at least 5 years and still no sign of listing on any public exchange, this should be a massive red flag! Or if speaking like a ponzi promoter, a massive massive massive red flag!
What an absolutely wonderful bit of reasoning. Because it was such a preposterously obvious fake, it must be real, because he could have made a better fake if he wanted to.
Thank you for this insight into how the minds of people who fall for obvious scams work.
Perhaps in your web of delusion, the fact that that alleged “drone” just stood there on the ground also constitutes definitive proof it can fly.
BTW: here’s something I find rather amusing. There’s a German website, allmystery.de, with a very, very long-running forum thread where people have been tearing apart Skyway, both the scam investment side and the scam technology side, for years.
If you read German and are interested in Skyway, there’s a lot of fun stuff in there, with people who actually know something about railway engineering explaining in great technical detail just why absolutely nothing about Yunitskiy’s flying choo-choos makes any sense.
Months before that annual event in the summer of 2018, Skyway had already revealed that they would be showing a cargo drone.
One of the contributors to that forum commented that it wouldn’t surprise him if they’d tart up some dirt-cheap old Kamov with contra-rotating propellers, and pass it off as their drone.
His reasoning being that most people in the countries where most Skyway investors come from haven’t seen such helicopters without a tail rotor, so it could be made to look like exciting new technology to gullible laymen. That man should really get some kind of award.
AI? AI? What AI? LOL!
Don’t be silly. The whole “AI” used for this piece of crap was standard RC unit – remote control for plane models and drones, with receiver interface adapted and attached to chopper and used to control ignition of vehicle engines.
see: nolink://vimeo.com/284912441 time 1:28
Skyway or NEEW are now selling their crypto units for over 1000 times per unit as what they were at the start. With no indication that the “company” is making a cent.
People who bought “shares” have never received a single dividend nor had any information about any developments.
Promises to launch several money making operations and promises to launch the crypto unit on an exchange have been repeatedly broken.
There is something odd about this rebranding, which is supposed to have happened on November 20.
But that tng-neew.com website doesn’t exist. All you get is a placeholder page from a Russian ISP, saying they’ve registered the domain on behalf of a client.
It could be nothing more than sheer incompetence of course, of the kind one can expect from people who call themselves the “NEEW group of companoes” (sic).
One thing the new NEEW name has in common with the old Skyway name: there are a lot of unrelated companies already using it.
I wonder if that’s more incompetence, or a deliberate decision to try and hide among the crowd from people using search engines.
Probably the final domain name will be different in the end (typo or a kind of misrepresentation in the announcement).
But if not… someone can purchase that domain and put there a content which NEEW SkyWay supporters and admins would not like to see. 😉
A judicial investigation into Skyway Capital is underway in Belgium. For how long it has been going on, I cannot say.
I know of this because I took it upon myself to alert the Belgian financial services regulatory agency, FSMA, who have been warning against Skyway for a few years now, to the name change to NEEW.
I finally got a reply today.
After thanking me for the information and promising they will look into it further, the email ends with this interesting paragraph, which I am sure counts as public information (I’ll give my translation first, then, for purposes of documentation, the original in Dutch):
Not that it matters, but the internet has confirmed what I immediately suspected: that the file number starts with “AN” shows it is the authorities in Antwerp who opened the investigation.
Please get well informed before you comment something . “ NEEW” is not program of skyway capital. Its a program of Skywayinvestgroup.
2. Ofcourse skyway asking for not posting anything on internet. Its something what is called business secret. Celebrity cruises (Ozedit: is not an MLM company. Derails removed)
Why i think that is not scam. Before you invest on online platform. They providing you a contract where is clearly written that you investing money in developing research center.
And is also nicely written that they not guarantee any success of company and cannot promice earnings. And will not refund if company bankrupt.
Once you invest, 15% of your funds will go to person who assisted you to register and pay, or if you do it by yourself directly on official webpage than 100% of funds going in project.
I strongly believe that world banking lobby is afraid of this way of funding in future because it affect them directly.
You have to go and see it. Not long ago in Dubai Ceo of Sharjah research center had great speach about this technology.
Skyway Capital == Skyway Investgroup == Skyway* == Ponzi scheme.
There’s no reason for an MLM company to operate in secret. A Ponzi scheme trying to rebrand itself in the hope of dodging banking regulations though…
Contracts from Ponzi scammers are worth less than used toilet paper.
Outside of shutting down accounts being used for fraud and informing authorities, the banking lobby (whatever that is) doesn’t give a crap about MLM Ponzi schemes.
And what happened in Dubai? Nothing.
Once they’d milked the story to pitch gullible dumbasses such as yourself they abandoned ship.
Wow OZ youre a as dumb as a muthafucker haha everything has testing fases games product food cars EVERYTHING!
PS project still very much alive watch dubai Expo 2020 comming this year!
(Ozedit: video that has nothing to do with Skyway Capital removed)
I tell you you must be so godamn stupid if you deny this fact right there! heres a fact rome wasnt build in one day.
Oh and about that drone they didnt lie over that they said it was a shopper they are using it to test again yess test there modified abilities.
I suppose now that Skyway is targeting the crypto crowd, this is the level of discourse we can expect.
How embarrassing… for you. At least the OG Skyway scammers were somewhat civil.
The only thing Skyway Capital are testing is the gullibility of their investors.
The Dubai ruse is finished, they’ve moved on. Now Skyway Capital is Neew, just another MLM crypto scam through their worthless CRU tokens.
Of course they did. It’s an old Soviet helicopter they painted over. Lulz.
The only time it flies is in Skyway CGI mock up videos. Anyway, like Dubai they’ve moved on from that.
Invest in worthless CRU “sorry for your loss” tokens today!
That amusing little incident of trying to pass off a decrepit helicopter as a state-of-the-art drone of course isn’t very important to Skyway’s status as a total, long-running scam. But since it seems to matter to you, and does go toward showing Skyway’s truthfulness in general, here goes:
1. They didn’t present it to the audience of their faithful as a pimped Ka-26 at all.
It was only after online Skyway scam watchers had identified it as such (and had a good laugh about it) that they admitted that their super-duper drone was nothing more than that. What you link to is a feeble attempt at damage limitation.
(They have form in that. Yunitskiy also only admitted that the miraculous “string” rails which are supposed to be his genius invention, and the one thing that supposedly makes his system unique, don’t actually exist, after scam watchers had pointed out that what he’s putting on stilts in his supposed test facility in Belarus is quite clearly just bog-standard steel construction tubing, completely unsuitable for use as rails.)
2. Why on earth would anyone develop a drone based on an outdated Soviet aircraft, designed over 55 years ago, the last ones of which were built 35 years ago?
Your link states: “However, we are improving the helicopter itself. (…) It will have a different, more efficient and more reliable engine (…)”.
Kamov, and lots of other helicopter manufacturers, have already done those things, in newer models they’ve introduced during the past half century. If anybody sane wanted to base a drone on an existing helicopter, they would use a current production model, or maybe try to work with a manufacturer on one that is still in development, not something bought from a scrapyard.
When you want to make a driverless car you don’t start with a Volkswagen Beetle or a Citroën 2CV.
There’s other idiotic stuff in there as well: they claim they’re going to improve the aerodynamics. Why, FFS? This type of helicopter isn’t built for either distance or speed, it’s got all the aerodynamics it needs.
(I’m leaving aside the fundamental laughable absurdity of a supposed rail vehicle developer, but one that hasn’t as of yet produced a single meter of functioning track, branching out into helicopter development as well, as if that were a minor, easily-mastered sideline along the way.)
3. They didn’t show this supposed drone flying. Why not? It couldn’t have something to do with the fact that you can get non-flying Ka-26s essentially for free, and they thought it would make a cheap prop, on the ground, to impress their technologically ignorant rubes, could it?
4. If they were building an experimental drone based on a piloted helicopter, by adding either a remote or an autonomous control system (which they erroneously refer to as an “autopilot”), why on earth did they paint over every square centimeter of cockpit glass, making it impossible to have a pilot during development?
Companies developing driverless cars don’t make it impossible for their test vehicles to be driven by a human. That would be a totally idiotic thing to do while you’re still in the development and testing stages. It only makes any sense if you want to make something that isn’t a drone at all look superficially like what non-technical people expect a drone to look like.
Today I was phoned and threatened and abused by Andrew Hawkes for commenting here. I have now reported again to New Zealand and Australian authorities and on Monday will visit the Federal police.
I repeated my numerous requests for return of money I sent over 2 and a half years ago to Hawkes.
How do you understand these announcements? 😉
(Ozedit: derails removed)
SkyWay Transport Technology has very transparent info on their websites that requires much time and mind to learn and to celebrate. Have you looked into it, and have you been to their annual EcoFest at the Belarus Minsk Eco-Techno park?
I’m just God-smacked at how you could rant on as if you know it all – yet you are just determined to defame and discredit people’s talents ability and hardwork!
Why? The Company / Project does not need your approval also because you only prove yourself a malicious reasonless killer. I’m not sorry to say
The Belarus paddock is a Ponzi marketing gimmick. Go on, I’ve got my popcorn ready. Explain how owning a paddock in the boonies changes Skyway Capital being a Ponzi scheme.
They do need the approval of financial regulators to offer a passive investment scheme. Which Skyway Capital does not have in any jurisdiction.
Sorry for your loss.