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EvoRich owner Andrey Khovratov was arrested, and video of the incident has surfaced.

Russia has released a video that claims to show the arrest of Khovratov last month.

A group of people, including Khovratov, had sought to exit the country. In the airport car park, Khovratov was briefly interrogated before being taken into custody.

In what seemed to be a police station, authorities questioned him:

“If Khovratov is saying anything, I’m not sure what he is saying because the video’s auto-translation is not working very well.” However, he doesn’t come across as particularly upbeat.

A few days after Khovratov was taken into custody, Vklader claimed that EvoRich had contacted them:

EvoRich protested Vklader’s decision to put EvoRich on an internal blacklist of fraudsters. EvoRich contended that there was no warning from the Central Bank of Russia about EvoRich’s Ponzi scheme.

It also appears that EvoRich has been registered with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). It’s “simply a falsehood,” says Vklader. “When it comes to MLM-related fraud warnings, the CBR has been on the rise since the middle of 2019. But EvoRich was correct to point out that the scheme had not received a warning. Russian officials may have tipped off Khovratov by giving a public warning if they were investigating and constructing a case. Investors are being directed to Bob Ultee’s Bobcoin scheme following the arrest of Khovratov and the collapse of EvoRich. investor in the EvoRich Ponzi scheme, Ultee is/was.”

On May 6th, We reported on this development, and Ultee was quick to get in touch. According to Ultee’s “STO-CAP” platform and EvoRich’s downlines and invested token balances, Ultee is not in charge of the scam. Despite the evidence, Ultee denies that he is in charge.   

“We were asked by a customer to distribute his tokens to his members, and we obliged.   

WCRU can’t be exchanged for Bobcoins at this time. Andrej Khoravratov paid for the wallet, so he gets to pick how many (percentage) Bobcoins people get from it. This is to be expected, as the larger investors there receive more coins.   

Exhibit A is a good example of this.   

Ultee fails to address Exhibit B. It was at this point that I decided to pull aside from the conversation and avoid any further confrontation.   

“We are more than happy to accompany you to any court and lay forth the facts. Come to court with me. Let us begin a case against you by providing us with your name and contact information. There is nothing on your webpage.”   

Nothing but the evidence shown here, videos showing a connection between Bobcoin and EvoRich, and plain old common sense.   

For whatever reason, Ultee appears to be delighted to profit from the continuation of the EvoRich Ponzi scheme through Bobcoin.   

The orange Lamborghini Gallardo belonging to Bob Ultee has been destroyed in an accident. Crash claims by Ultee are not supported by the facts; the impact was so light it didn’t even activate any of the airbags. It was nothing more than a quick kiss.   

Witnesses say Ultee was driving too fast. That’s what he says. As demonstrated by the recent crash, Ultee’s investment in EvoRich and the introduction of BobCoin have proven to be quite profitable.

According to Quote, Ultee recently declared that he can compete with Quote 500 members like Michel Perridon (who has a net worth of €350 million) thanks in part to his crypto experience.   

Reports of Ultee’s crash reveal that he spent most of his time in Dubai, the MLM scam center of the globe.

EvoRich owner Andrey Khovratov was arrested, and video of the incident has surfaced. Russia has released a video that claims to show the arrest of Khovratov last month. A group of people, including Khovratov, had sought to exit the country. In the airport car park, Khovratov was briefly interrogated before being taken into custody. In…

EvoRich owner Andrey Khovratov was arrested, and video of the incident has surfaced. Russia has released a video that claims to show the arrest of Khovratov last month. A group of people, including Khovratov, had sought to exit the country. In the airport car park, Khovratov was briefly interrogated before being taken into custody. In…

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