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Re: Skyway Capital Scam
« Antwort #15 am: 24. Juni 2019, 11:24:09 »
Part 4 Skypods Skyway Scam

https://behindmlm.com/companies/skyway/skyway-capital-continues-investment-fraud-with-tokens-cryptounits/

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PART 4/4 – The Bait-and-Switch Operation

As the companies responsible for collecting funds, these companies sell to small investors various investment products. So you might ask yourself, what type of people does SkyWay attract to sell their worthless products?

Basically anyone can, anywhere in the world; they just have to be a good sales person able to convince gullible people to part with their money.

They use motivated sales techniques at recruitment and sales meetings held at various places all around the world to inform them about a great, new green technology which will change the world.

They make various outlandish claims about this technology and the possibilities that investing in it will give you. These lies run the whole gamut of the MLM-spiel: you only have a limited time to invest in the project, you will regain your investment a thousand times, you will escape the life you’re unhappy with at present etc.

These lies are spun across the internet and social media by unqualified ‘financial experts’ who work for the Skyway company.

The rest of the work is done by a dedicated staff of network marketers who post elaborated misinformation to create an aura of legitimacy for the company to its unwitting ‘downline’.

No matter which company you think you are dealing with – SWIG or Skyway Capital or companies which seem entirely made up like ‘Unisky Corporation’ or ‘RSW Investment Group’, the operation at present involves a bait-and-switch operation they are currently applying a new high-tech marketing name to: multilevel crowdinvesting.

You attend a meeting or visit their website, and are convinced to pay them money for ‘Education Investment Packages’ which is supposedly financial information helping you to obtain wealth.

You’d think you’d get a book, or a series of lectures of something that could conceivably be mistaken for education.

Well you don’t get any such thing. Like the OneCoin scam, they are using this as a cover to sell you illegal investment products in the guise of ‘education’.

What actually happens to the money you pay them? Half of it goes to the salesperson pretending to be a broker but who is entirely unqualified to sell investment products.

The other half enriches the mother company who automatically sends you the ‘pre-IPO private equity shares’ – which it calls ‘PIPES’. But remember, it hasn’t actually sold you these pre-IPO investment products.

No, they give you them for free as a bonus! You’ve paid for education but lucky you – you’ve ended up with worthless shares for a company that will never go public. Ever.

Now, various SkyWay shell companies have at various times attempted to sell fraudulent shares directly to the public, but they stopped even trying this when the financial crimes unit in Lithuania (FNTT) investigated them as part of its three year long lasting investigation of the illegal sale of shares to Lithuanian citizens which finally ended in December 2018.

Since then various companies have tried different techniques including the sale of gift certificates, promisory notes or ‘convertible notes’ which I assume all refer to some type of Convertible Bonds which SkyWay has not registered anywhere to sell legally.

They idea is that not being able to sell you shares, they’ll sell you something that sounds equally good but you may well not be familiar with.

Whatever SkyWay representatives tell you they are selling you, and whichever carefully constructed language they try to couch their sales pitch in, SkyWay and anyone operating under its name are unqualified to sell you anything.

They have not legally registered to sell their investment products anywhere. Just check with your local regulatory agency. You will discover that not only have they not registered, but the following countries have actually released or shared warnings about SkyWay activities: Belgium, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Indonesia, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway, Slovakia and Sweden.

Italy and Germany have also prohibited against the sale of shares to Italian and German citizens; Italy actually banned the sale of EIPS and took down websites.

The same bait-and-switch technique is used to sell ‘CryptoUnits’ which you unwittingly end up with as a gift after paying for education to help you amass wealth.

Just check the opening of this discussion to be reminded of how absolutely lacking in financial value these CRUs actually are.

You can hear Rita Ashin spouting in detail this dubious financial mumbo-jumbo here: nolink://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PHhXw2xvhp4.

Remember all she has to do is convince you that by donating money to the company (which she will receive half of) you will actually become a co-owner of SkyWay who miraculously gift you company shares after paying for education.

She actually suggests that these company shares the company gave you for free will be worth at least one US dollar (but possibly 5, 10 or 20 dollars) when the company is listed on the stock exchange. This claim is almost too ridiculous for words.

She goes on to tell every other fiction about SkyWay countries where they have hundreds of millions of dollars in signed pre-order contracts as well as encouraging you to register your children for the be the lucky owners of SkyWay ‘CryptoUnits’. I kid you not.
What Skyway promises is not realizable, what Skyway can realize is not saleable.

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Re: Skyway Capital Scam
« Antwort #16 am: 26. Juni 2019, 20:21:51 »
Will be exciting when Kerem Cengiz, and his LWK+PARTNERS, realize that Skyway or skypod is nothing but a pompous scam. Hopefully fast, there are five other projects in Dubai on it, and a good reputation is quickly playful.

https://www.middleeastarchitect.com/43633-architect-behind-dubais-six-new-public-realm-projects-revealed

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Architect behind Dubai’s six new public realm projects revealed

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The approved designs and the support structure systems, they said, complement Dubai’s streetscape without adversely impacting the skyline.

No strings anymore?  :'(
What Skyway promises is not realizable, what Skyway can realize is not saleable.

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Re: Skyway Capital Scam
« Antwort #17 am: 26. Juni 2019, 21:04:14 »
Will be exciting when Kerem Cengiz, and his LWK+PARTNERS

Die haben wohl auch eher nicht so viel Erfahrung im Bau von Hängebahnen.
https://www.lwkp.com/projects/
The best thing about science is that it works - even if you don't believe in it.

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Re: Skyway Capital Scam
« Antwort #18 am: 26. Juni 2019, 21:36:28 »
Will be exciting when Kerem Cengiz, and his LWK+PARTNERS

Die haben wohl auch eher nicht so viel Erfahrung im Bau von Hängebahnen.
https://www.lwkp.com/projects/


Die werden sich erstmal auf die Angaben der RTA verlassen , und darauf hin ein paar schicke Animationen abgeliefert haben. Die Skypods haben ja so gar nichts mehr mit den Tupperdosen zu tun.
Der Chef hat ja schon einen gewissen Zeitdruck angedeutet, d.h. das böse Erwachen für Unitsky wird früher als erwartet kommen, wenn dann echte Statiker und Verkehrsplaner sich mal seinen Phantasiekonstruktionen annehmen. Statiker sind da furchtbar humorlos. Bei den angedeuteten Spannweiten hängen da schnell mal 50 Gondeln zwischen den Stützen von denen einige beschleunigen, abbremsen......, wie lange Umsteigezeiten plant man ein .... usw. usw....
What Skyway promises is not realizable, what Skyway can realize is not saleable.

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Re: Skyway Capital Scam
« Antwort #19 am: 26. Juni 2019, 22:33:33 »
Say it in english :-)

They probably don't have that much experience in building monorails.
https://www.lwkp.com/projects/

They'll rely on the RTA's information for now, and have delivered some fancy animations. The Skypods have nothing to do with the Tuppercans anymore.
The boss has already indicated a certain time pressure, i.e. the evil awakening for Unitsky will come earlier than expected, when real structural engineers and traffic planners will take care of his fantasy constructions. Structural engineers are terribly humorless. With the indicated span widths there hang fast times 50 gondolas between the supports of which some accelerate, brake........, how long changing times one plans a .... etc. etc.....


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What Skyway promises is not realizable, what Skyway can realize is not saleable.

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Re: Skyway Capital Scam
« Antwort #20 am: 08. Juli 2019, 13:51:45 »
We remember after forty years:

Not a single meter of "string
Never two Tupper cans at the same time on one track
Never faster than 40 km/h
Not a single order

But many unemployed designers with imagination:
What Skyway promises is not realizable, what Skyway can realize is not saleable.

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« Antwort #21 am: 21. August 2019, 12:05:38 »
Media release
MR No. 2019 – 41
21 August 2019

The Financial Markets Authority (FMA) is reiterating its warning that Skyway Capital may be involved in a scam, after learning the business is continuing to conduct seminars throughout the North Island.

Skyway Capital is also known as Skyway Group and has most recently branded itself ‘SWIG’ (Skyway International Group).

The FMA first issued a warning in relation to Skyway and its associated entities on 12 July 2018 and reissued the warning in July 2019.

All entities associated with SkyWay are not registered as financial service providers in New Zealand and therefore not permitted to provide financial services or products to New Zealand residents.

It is understood that SWIG has been promoting the sale of investments including education packages that include a component of cryptocurrency (tokens) associated with SkyWay. The business has promoted itself on social media and held seminars in Auckland, Palmerston North, Rotorua, and other provincial areas.

The FMA understands that Skyway has been focusing on New Zealand consumers, in particular, the Pasifika community.

The FMA advises consumers to only deal with businesses or people that have been granted a licence or have been authorised by the FMA. This means free dispute resolution services are accessible if things go wrong
What Skyway promises is not realizable, what Skyway can realize is not saleable.

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Re: Skyway Capital Scam
« Antwort #22 am: 17. September 2019, 13:05:19 »
https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/money/2019/09/financial-markets-authority-warns-new-zealanders-to-stay-away-from-skyway-invest-group-scheme.html

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Financial Markets Authority warns New Zealanders to 'stay away' from SkyWay Invest Group scheme


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A controversial scheme promising "the chance to be a millionaire" is gaining traction, despite a warning from the Financial Markets Authority (FMA).
The SkyWay Invest Group (SWIG) has been holding seminars around New Zealand selling educational packages - with cryptocurrency as a bonus gift.
Newshub reporter Karen Rutherford managed to get into their invite-only regional conference at a secret location on Saturday.

A controversial scheme promising "the chance to be a millionaire" is gaining traction, despite a warning from the Financial Markets Authority (FMA).
The SkyWay Invest Group (SWIG) has been holding seminars around New Zealand selling educational packages - with cryptocurrency as a bonus gift.
Newshub reporter Karen Rutherford managed to get into their invite-only regional conference at a secret location on Saturday.
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They call it the new 'Economic Evolution of the World', and promise it will help you make money in your sleep.
The man they call 'the General', NZ head Neil Morrison, says "it's the ability to have the dreams you've always wanted".
The FMA has now issued two warnings about the organisation and its associated businesses after Belgium, Lithuania and Estonia did the same.
But SWIG is continuing to pull in the punters.
At SWIG's biggest gathering yet in Auckland, around 200 people met to hear how $53 US dollars could one day make them a million.
SWIG leaders stress they do not sell shares or investment deals, but educational packages.
The packages start at $53 US dollars, and it's claimed they'll help the user better themselves and make sensible financial choices.
When you sign up to study online, you win a bonus gift of cryptocurrency.
The claim is, with that cryptocurrency, people can become co-owners in global infrastructure like Skyway's next-gen EcoTechnoPark in Belarus. Or a diamond mine, gold mine, or a resort in Phuket.
People at the conference were convinced it would make them rich.
"You want to be a millionaire? That is the main reason we need to get into this, to get away from poverty," one person told Newshub.
The company stresses at each session it is not a registered broker or advisor and suggests getting independent financial advice.
But the FMA says beware. While cryptocurrency is not illegal, there are no regulations around it here yet.

"We are warning people to stay away from SkyWay Capital and all of the SkyWay group,"  Financial Markets Authority spokesperson Andrew Park told Newshub.
"Regulators in several European countries have also issued warnings."
There is an evangelical feel to these meetings. One SWIG leader told the crowds the Russian man behind the programme is "a saviour" and a gift from heaven changing lives.
When the Auckland crowd of 200 people was asked how many had jobs, just three put up their hands.
But Neil Morrison denies the FMA's concerns that SWIG is focussing on those who can least afford it. A former New Zealand softballer, Morrison said he didn't have clearance to talk to Newshub about the educational packages or the cryptocurrency.
He maintains the FMA has got it wrong, and no one's even contacted SWIG which will, he claims, launch on global stock exchanges in October.

What Skyway promises is not realizable, what Skyway can realize is not saleable.