Ruja Ignatova, who started OneCoin, is on the FBI’s list of people they want to find.
OneCoin is still working, thanks to the help of the Bulgarian government.
OneCoin will hold a marketing event in London next month as part of its ongoing plan to get more people to invest in the $4 billion scam.
OneCoin is now calling itself “One Ecosystem” to trick investors. The “Reform” event by One Ecosystem costs £50 GBP per ticket.
A flyer going around says that OneCoin CEO Ventsislav Zlatkov will be the main speaker at their Ponzi event on December 5.
This year, the scammers in Bulgaria who are in charge of what’s left of OneCoin hired Zlatkov.
The rest of the big names are executives and promoters of OneCoin whose countries haven’t done anything to stop them.
- Ivan Zerkov was the COO of DealShaker, which was OneCoin’s failed online shopping site (launched in an attempt to legitimize the Ponzi scheme)
- Nikolay Manolov is on the marketing team for OneCoin.
- Lyudmil Georgiev is in charge of business for OneCoin.
- Tommi Vuorinen is from Finland and is a top promoter and net winner.
It is thought that “Captain” Cordel King Jayms, who promotes OneCoin, will not be at the event.
Crowne Plaza London is where OneCoin’s Ponzi event will take place.
The City of London Police have been told about the event, according to a tweet from Crypto Xpose on November 12.
BehindMLM knows that the City of London Police will keep an eye on the event, but they do not plan to do anything.
Crowne Plaza has been asked to host a OneCoin Ponzi event, but they don’t seem worried about it.
IHG Hotels and Resorts owns Crowne Plaza London. They are a “British multinational hospitality company with headquarters in Denham, Buckinghamshire, England” that is on the stock market.
The founder of OneCoin, Ruja Ignatova, has not been seen since 2017.
Ignatova was put on the FBI’s list of people they most want to find in July. She is also on the red notice list of Interpol.
Change on November 28, 2022 – BehindMLM can confirm that the “Reform” event for OneCoin has been canceled by the Crowne Plaza London.
Hotels that were booked have also been canceled, and venues nearby have been told.