OneCoin, the alleged Ponzi scheme, may have finally come to an end as a U.S. lawsuit indicting its founders and $4 billion revenues becomes formal.
OneCoin: Class Action Demand By $103K Investor
A class action document filed May 7 at the US Southern District Court of New York brings multiple charges against four executives behind OneCoin: brother and sister duo Konstantin Ignatov and Ruja Ignatova, Sebastian Greenwood and Mark Scott.
All were instrumental to the scheme’s global reach, which, plaintiff Christine Grablis claims, fooled “thousands upon thousands of investors.”
Grablis was one of the victims to lose money without seeing any dividend in return.
“From August 2015 through August 2016, (Grablis) invested a sum total of approximately $103,500.00 in OneCoin trader packages/memberships and/or OneCoin,” the document reveals.
As of the date of this filing, (Grablis’) out-of-pocket investment loss at (OneCoin) totals approximately $130,000.00.
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