The popular “crypto” fraud OneCoin is promoting events through Facebook. Its partner platform DealShaker announced some in Japan and Mexico.
The promoters of one of OneCoin continue to promote fraud. The renowned Ponzi OneCoin scheme is promoting events through Facebook, some of those announced will be in Japan and Mexico.
With an estimated capitalization between USD $4,000 million and USD $15,000 million, OneCoin is one of the largest frauds operating in the world, as reported by different institutions. It was founded by Sebastian Greenwood (who is going through a judicial case in the US) and Rufa Ignatova, known as the “Crypto Queen” (who is still free).
Currently, authorities from countries around the world have arrested representatives of the scheme seeking to curb their activities. However, and despite the different efforts, OneCoin continues to operate in countries around the globe. More recently, OneCoin promoters are holding different events to promote the scam among inhabitants of Asia and Latin America.
OneCoin promotes events through Facebook
DealShaker is one of the companies associated with the scheme and is currently responsible for promoting a two-day event through Facebook in Tokyo, scheduled for this month’s 22nd. The fraudulent website has also announced an event in Mexico on March 7; and recently held an exhibition in Colombia.
It is curious that renowned scams such as OneCoin, continue today promoting themselves through platforms such as Facebook, known for their work to eliminate deceptive and fraudulent advertising of cryptographic schemes.
In the past, the web domains of different OneCoin related websites have been closed as part of the investigations that the scam goes through in the US. UU. and Europe. However, several of its related platforms, such as DealShaker and OnePay, continue to function and their representatives continue to pursue unsuspecting through social networks.
It should be noted that OneCoin also operates under the name of Onelife, and continues to gain popularity in countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America.