Sunday, 29 November 2015

Black Christmas - One Coin now stalling payments!

First we have My Advertising Pays starting the Christmas payment delays and now we have One Coin:
'EVERYONE MUST PAY ATTention you have to load KYC files to one coin to be able to sell your coins please follow this instructions KYC Procedure in OneCoin Exchange From November 30th, 2015

A fast growing company with worldwide operations, OneCoin needs to adjust its policies in accordance to changes in regulations regarding cryptocurrencies. In a world, where not only people but also more and more businesses use cryptocurrencies to trade daily, transparency becomes an important issue.

Therefore, due to the latest changes in regulations, OneCoin can allow only members with COMPLETE and APPROVED KYC procedure to SELL coins on the One Exchange. To get an approval of KYC on the Exchange, please include the following information and upload photos in jpg or pdf files:

ID – could be your ID card or Passport with your picture and the names registered in your OneCoin account
Proof of Identity – you must give us a proper proof of your identity, meaning that we need to see a UTILITY BILL that has your name (the same as the one on the passport or ID card) and the address you filled in beforehand.

Note that member KYC approval may take up to 4 weeks. Any discrepances with regards to unmatched names in your OneCoin profile, your Passport/ID card or Utility Bill will mean that your KYC will not be approved.

The new KYC policies in the Exchange will be enforced from November 30th, 2015.

Therefore to be able to SELL coins from Monday next week, you will have to go to backoffice > Exchange > Trading and where you usually Place Order you will see that the ASK button is not active. Instead you will be required to click on it and will be directed to the KYC fields, where you will need to include all KYC information.

In case you have MULTIPLE USER NAMES in OneCoin, remember that to SELL coins from each of your user name accounts, you will have to be KYC APPROVED on each of them separately. That means that you should upload KYC documents to the accounts of each of your user names.

For any questions regarding KYC procedures in the Exchage, please contact:

Point to note:
In the real world, Christmas is the busiest time of year. Hundreds of thousands of people view millions of ads that they wouldn't normally do, so it makes for a profitable time.
In PONZI Ad Land, it's a whole different story! 
ANY excuse to delay/refuse payments is given purely because so many people want to withdraw money - which these Ponzi's haven't got!

They call it 'BLACK DECEMBER' for a reason! 

Wednesday, 4 November 2015

SEC - Whistleblowing pays well!

The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has a whistle-blowing programme for anybody who has inside knowledge of scams, how they work and information on the people behind them:  

'The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced a whistleblower award totaling more than $325,000 for a former investment firm employee who tipped the agency with specific information that enabled enforcement staff to open an investigation and uncover the extent of the fraudulent activity.

The whistleblower provided a detailed description of the misconduct and specifically identified individuals behind the wrongdoing to help the SEC bring a successful enforcement action. The whistleblower waited until after leaving the firm to come forward to the SEC, however, and agency officials say the award could have been higher had this whistleblower not hesitated.

“Corporate insiders who become aware of securities law violations are encouraged to come forward without delay in order to prevent misconduct from continuing unabated while investors suffer more harm,” said Andrew Ceresney, Director of the SEC’s Division of Enforcement. “Whistleblowers are afforded significant incentives and protections under the Dodd-Frank Act and the SEC’s whistleblower program so they can feel secure about doing the right thing and immediately reporting an ongoing fraud rather than letting time pass.”

Sean X. McKessy, Chief of the SEC’s Office of the Whistleblower, added, “This award recognizes the value of the information and assistance provided by the whistleblower while underscoring the need for whistleblowers to report information to the agency expeditiously.”

Since its inception in 2011, the SEC’s whistleblower program has paid more than $54 million to 22 whistleblowers who provided the SEC with unique and useful information that contributed to a successful enforcement action. Whistleblowers are eligible for awards that can range from 10 percent to 30 percent of the money collected when the monetary sanctions exceed $1 million. All payments are made out of an investor protection fund established by Congress that is financed entirely through monetary sanctions paid to the SEC by securities law violators. No money is taken or withheld from harmed investors to pay whistleblower awards.

By law, the SEC protects the confidentiality of whistleblowers and does not disclose information that might directly or indirectly reveal a whistleblower’s identity.'