GSPartners Review- Scam

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An Atlanta, Georgia Ponzi scheme swiftly rescheduled their Dubai event following the absence of their owner, Josip Heit.   

We’ve already discussed Eric Worre’s appearance as a speaker at the conference. He wasn’t the only one who should have stayed away from the meeting.   

Floyd Mayweather only appeared in promotional materials for GSPartners.   

It appears that Mayweather has agreed to serve as a “Brand Ambassador” for GSPartners. There are many reasons why this is an issue for American citizens.   

While Josip Heit’s Dubai Ponzi scheme event was mainly a photo shoot for him, GSPartners also presented a range of new investment ideas. 

“Metaverse certificates” are at the heart of GSPartners’ latest Ponzi scheme (click to enlarge).   

USDT certificate holdings begin at just 49 tethers (UDST) and go up to 700,000 USDT in a single order of magnitude. 

The Proxima Centauri project offers an 18-month, 180% return on investment (ROI) for a 49 USDT charge and a maximum investment of 500 USDT.   

After paying a 149 USDT fee, investments of up to $2,000 in Rigil Kentaurus will yield a 215 percent annual return on investment (ROI) for a period of 24 months.  

yearly return of 225% can be achieved by paying a 399 USDT charge and then investing up to 10,000 USDT.   

Invest up to $25,000 for a 36-month annual return of 280% with Venus, which charges a fee of $899 USDT.   

If you pay the 1500 USDT charge and invest up to 50,000 USDT, you’ll get an annual return of 320% for 48 months.   

Invest up to 75,000 USDT in Mars for a 54-month annual return, after paying a charge of 2500 USDT.    Jupiter – after paying a 5000 USDT fee, invest up to 200,000 USDT for a 390 percent annual return.  

By paying the 10,000 USDT fee and investing up to 350,000 USDT, investors can earn a 66-month annual return of 420 percent.  

Investing up to 500,000 USDT can result in a 72-month annual ROI of 440 percent.  

After paying the 50,000 USDT fee and investing up to 700,000 USDT for 78 months, you will have a 480 percent annual ROI. In addition, GSPartners has launched a collaboration with BDSwiss, through which it promises daily returns on investment.   

For example, at Proxima Centauri, an affiliate must retain a third of the maximum investment amount at any given tier for 18 months in order to receive a 300 percent additional bonus ROI.  

For more than a million customers throughout the world, BDSwiss says they provide “Forex and CFD investing services” on their website.   

A large majority of GSPartners’ website visitors come from the United States, but only the third most come from BDSwiss’. However, BDSwiss does not have an SEC registration.   

Floyd Mayweather is the logical next step in this chain of events.   

Floyd Mayweather’s social media accounts make no reference to GSPartners. In the following paragraphs, we’ll explain why this is the case.   

While Mayweather was in Dubai for the boxing event, Josip Heit received a number of benefits for his undisclosed payment, including an appearance at the event (including a grand entrance photo-op), dinner with Floyd, a “live interview” (which I haven’t seen anywhere), and Mayweather sporting a Lydian World T-shirt.   

What’s the point of any of this?   

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) sued Floyd Mayweather in November 2018 for failing to report payments from three cryptocurrency companies.   

Orders from the Securities and Exchange Commission determined that Mayweather had failed to disclose promotional payments of $100,000 from Centra Tech Inc., one of three ICO issuers.   

According to the SEC’s order, Floyd Mayweather did not disclose that he was paid $200,000 to promote two additional ICOs. 

The SEC filed a lawsuit against Centra Tech in April of this year, claiming that the corporation orchestrated a Ponzi scheme. 

Last year, hundreds of people invested more than $32 million in a fake initial coin offering (ICO). Using a “CTR Token,” Centra advertised and sold unregistered assets, the SEC claims in its complaint against Centra Tech, Inc. co-founders Sohrab “Sam” Sharma and Robert Farkas.   

The DoJ also filed accusations against Centra Tech’s founding partners.   

The SEC’s complaint against Mayweather was not contested by the boxer. Disgorgement and fines totaled $500,000 and $14,775 in pre-judgment interest were agreed to instead.   

Mayweather is once more the face of a shady investment plan, albeit more subtly this time around, most likely as a result of his prior run-in with the SEC.   

In the eyes of GSPartners and their promoters, Mayweather is the face of a bitcoin Ponzi scheme that has no qualms about splashing him about.   

At a news conference, Enforcement Division Co-Director Steven Peikin urged investors to be suspicious of investment advice published on social media sites and to not base their decisions on celebrity endorsements.   

It’s possible that the securities promoted by social media influencers—who are often paid promoters rather than investment professionals—are fraudulent. 

Investing in cryptocurrency through a multi-level marketing company (MLM) was the beginning of Josip Heit’s MLM fraud.   

Heit launched GSPartners after KaratGold Coin failed. As soon as the G999 Ponzi scheme of GSPartners ran out of money, Heit botched a slew of failed projects in Dubai (whatever happened to JOne Tower rentals?).   

As a result, Lydian World was created, as was the current Metaverse Certificate Ponzi scheme, which utilizes the LYS token.   

GSPartners is still manipulating G999’s public trading value, but the token has been abandoned.”  

Floyd Mayweather, like Eric Worre, should have known better than to make such a fool out of himself.   

According to SimilarWeb, the United States was the most common source of traffic to GSPartners’ website at the time of publication (57 percent). Lydian World’s website has a similar pattern, with 62% of its visitors coming from the United States.   

GSpartners, Lydian World, or Lydian World’s owner are all unregistered with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

An Atlanta, Georgia Ponzi scheme swiftly rescheduled their Dubai event following the absence of their owner, Josip Heit.    We’ve already discussed Eric Worre’s appearance as a speaker at the conference. He wasn’t the only one who should have stayed away from the meeting.    Floyd Mayweather only appeared in promotional materials for GSPartners.   …

An Atlanta, Georgia Ponzi scheme swiftly rescheduled their Dubai event following the absence of their owner, Josip Heit.    We’ve already discussed Eric Worre’s appearance as a speaker at the conference. He wasn’t the only one who should have stayed away from the meeting.    Floyd Mayweather only appeared in promotional materials for GSPartners.   …

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