Jubilee Ace/Jenco Ponzi

Jubilee Ace was a Ponzi scheme launched in mid-2019. CEO “Tony Jackson” Jubilee Ace  have been run by south-east Asians, Germans, or a combination of the two. Jubilee Ace was a simple Ponzi points scheme. Investors signed up, dumped money into credits and received a return based on credit accumulation.

Around June 2020, Jubilee Ace ditched credits for AQUA coin (AQN), a non-publicly tradeable Ponzi token.

The brand “Jenco” was also introduced to dupe new investors who might otherwise identify Jubilee Ace as a Ponzi scheme. It’s the same rubbish investors fell for in Jubilee Ace. Jubilee Ace was heavily promoted in Japan. Top Japanese Jubilee Ace promoter had been arrested.

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Globalytics Tech Research GTR

The collapsed Jubilee Ace Ponzi scheme has been rebooted as Globalytics Tech Research (GTR). Top Japanese Jubilee Ace promoter had been arrested. Jubilee Ace was heavily promoted in Japan, GTR has emerged as its replacement. GTR was heavily promoted in South Korea, where the most affected people are.

In GTR, we have the “Star System,” made up of Star System, Star Services and Star Suite. It’s the same rubbish investors fell for in Jubilee Ace.

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From April 2014 to December 2019, BitClub Network was a fraudulent scheme that demanded money from investors in exchange for shares of alleged cryptocurrency mining pools and rewarded investors for recruiting new investors to the scheme.
Defendants: Matthew Brent Goettsche and others.
They received the equivalent of at least $ 722 million from BitClub investors.
Case summary:
Defendants Goettsche and others have been charged with conspiracy to engage in wire fraud in connection with their roles in the BitClub network.
Criminal proceedings are being conducted under the jurisdiction US.

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Celsius filed for bankruptcy in July with about $167 million in cash on hand and assets worth $4.3 billion, while owing about $4.7 billion to users, according to bankruptcy filings. The company froze users’ accounts on June 13 as cryptocurrencies were plummeting in value and many investors were trying to withdraw their funds. 

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Emirates Global Capital Markets Dubai

The perpetrators of this alleged fraud conduct their business through the company “EGCM” – Emirates Global Capital Markets, founded in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.  EGCM claims that its business model, which is predominantly trading and investing, provides sufficient profit to guarantee payouts to its clients of 10% of their investments weekly.

The perpetrators operate under the following names and aliases: Nathan Gomez, Amos John, Christofer, Chad Stilwell, Franco Pedregosa, Jossen Fernandes, Oliver, James Simbulan, Nicole Raynera…

There is reasonable doubt to believe that the individuals mentioned above committed fraud with an international element affecting a large number of victims who were allegedly defrauded out of their investments. 

The criminal report is already submitted. If you are a victim in this case, you should submit your claim and participate in the proceedings, as this will give you the best chance to return your investment. 

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Sam Bankman-Fried scam

Sam Bankman-Fried, founder of the collapsed cryptocurrency exchange FTX, has been arrested in The Bahamas.

Mr Bankman-Fried, 30, was arrested for “financial offences” against laws in the US and The Bahamas. FTX filed for bankruptcy in the US, leaving many users unable to withdraw their funds.

According to a court filing, FTX owed its 50 largest creditors almost $3.1bn (£2.5bn). Among the most serious allegations against Mr Bankman-Fried is that he used billions of dollars of customer funds to prop up his investment trading company, Alameda.

As We correctly predicted three months ago that the “FTX” case has elements of criminal liability. This case is now initiated by the US prosecutor under the same criminal classification we suspected and wrote about. We advise all victims in this alleged fraud case to submit their claims via our DefendMe platform and become a part of a class action lawsuit where small investors will have the greatest chance to get their money back. 

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Lyra and 3Key

DefnedMe lawyers in cooperation with prominent journalists from the United Kingdom did background checks and business model analysis of 3Key https://uniregistry.com/market/domain/3kay.com

This was especially relevant as 3Key was supposed to sign a deal with Manchester City football club and were prevented by our law firm. This sponsorship deal with one of the best known and household names in football was supposed to legitimize 3Key operations and entice new investors to join. After communicating with our office and having been provided the information Manchester City did not have access to, they decided to reject the deal offered by 3Key. 

Lyra project  (https://app.lyralab.io/connect/) notified their investors on 19 November 2022 that they were experiencing cash flow problems. After the announcement was published, the investors could no longer access their accounts on the Lyra platform. Some evidence indicates that this could be a possible exit strategy to cover up fraudulent activities orchestrated by the same individuals involved in both cases (Lyra and 3Key).

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Allied Capital Trade Ltd suspected Scam

Allied Capital Trade Ltd is a suspected scam broker. The company is registered at 45 Millstone Close Millstone Close, South Darenth, Dartford, England, DA4 9BJ.

The website of Allied Capital Trade, located at https://alliedcapitaltrade.com/index.php, has been established with the aim of acquiring new clients. However, it has been reported that after individuals have invested their funds, they may be approached by a broker who uses a false identity. This broker may communicate through fraudulent social media profiles. In some cases, after the broker has extracted all the funds or the victim is unwilling to invest further, the individual’s account may be blocked, causing the loss of the entire investment. The actions of Allied Capital Trade brokers have raised suspicions of fraudulent behavior, leading to a criminal complaint being filed with the Police Administration of the Republic of Croatia. Based on the nationalities and residences of the affected clients, as well as suspected individuals and companies associated with Allied Capital Trade Ltd, there may be potential for criminal charges to be filed in other countries as well.

If you have been affected by this situation, it is recommended that you submit a claim via our DefendMe platform and actively participate in any legal proceedings. This will increase your chances of recovering your investment.

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OneCoin Ponzi scheme

OneCoin is a Ponzi scheme promoted as a cryptocurrency by Bulgaria-based offshore companies OneCoin Ltd and OneLife Network Ltd, founded by Ruja Ignatova in concert with Sebastian Greenwood. It was described by The Times as “one of the biggest scams in history.”

US prosecutors have alleged the scheme brought in approximately $4 billion worldwide. Greenwood was arrested in 2018, as was Konstantin Ignatov in March 2019. In November 2019, Konstantin Ignatov pleaded guilty to charges of money laundering and fraud

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