OneCoin- Review Scam

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When I first saw him, I had no idea who he was. He has the tone of a Boris Johnson-style chief executive officer. But OneCoin’s most recent executive appointment isn’t a Boris CEO, as previously reported.

It’s clear that Ventsislav Zlatkov is more of a pawn in the hands of the previous CEOs. Zlatkov made his OneCoin livestream debut on January 8th, targeted towards Chinese investors. From Europe, Zlatkov “crossed the Atlantic” and appeared in the live broadcast.

Zlatkov claims to have worked “closely” with OneCoin through 2021, despite the fact that no one knows who he is. In the previous few months, my work has primarily been centered around the successful launch of the new DealShaker platform. Early on in his address, Zlatkov was able to slam the DOJ, while at the same time pledging to ensnare more people into OneCoin.

“I’m convinced that if we work professionally and strategically, as a team, and share productivity and ideas, we’ll become irresistible to clients and unbeatable to competitors.” Zlatkov concluded by predicting that the “most crucial” month for OneCoin will be January 2022.

“Zlatkov was droning on about DealShaker when I fell asleep, but when he brought up a new cryptocurrency, I was startled awake. We’ll make sure everything is in place for our coin to go public smoothly. Only 2% of Zlatkov’s remarks were meaningful, and he spoke for just over five minutes.” OneCoin investors were reassured that DealShaker was feasible for the rest of the forty-seven-minute webcast.

Seeing as DealShaker began nearly five years ago, this is kind of humorous. In 2019, there was an attempt to revive the first flop, but it didn’t work out… The DealShaker.com domain name was decommissioned at some point.

The “oneecosystem.eu” domain is used to host the reboot. A similar assortment of random goods is available, particularly geared toward customers in the South East Asian region. Food, beverage, and supplement goods make up the bulk of what’s on the market. Zlatkov, on the other hand, claims to be. “I am eager to use my expertise and experience to help the company grow.”

When it comes to Zlatkov’s OneCoin résumé, the rest of the paper is a little unclear. Zlatkov has worked in sales, banking, cryptocurrencies, and now OneCoin for the last decade. Other than OneCoin, no other business names are presented, as would be expected.

It has emerged that Zlatkov owns two unsuccessful businesses that owe millions of dollars in taxes. Someone with a high level of education might need a little nudge in the form of millions in tax dollars.

That, however, is all conjecture. Prior to becoming CEO, Zlatkov held the post of “Senior Analyst and Financial Advisor” at OneCoin. I’m not sure why OneCoin required one of them other than to help executives hide money they’ve stolen.

Taking a broader view, Zlatkov is what he is, and that’s okay. Another puppet who is able to speak English, wear a suit, and read from a script is here. Zlatkov is most essential a Bulgarian citizen. As long as he doesn’t leave Bulgaria, he’s impenetrable. Maybe a once-in-a-while excursion to Dubai or South East Asia? (but not Thailand).

When I first saw him, I had no idea who he was. He has the tone of a Boris Johnson-style chief executive officer. But OneCoin’s most recent executive appointment isn’t a Boris CEO, as previously reported. It’s clear that Ventsislav Zlatkov is more of a pawn in the hands of the previous CEOs. Zlatkov made…

When I first saw him, I had no idea who he was. He has the tone of a Boris Johnson-style chief executive officer. But OneCoin’s most recent executive appointment isn’t a Boris CEO, as previously reported. It’s clear that Ventsislav Zlatkov is more of a pawn in the hands of the previous CEOs. Zlatkov made…

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