Christine Grablis – a former investor of the multi-billion dollar pyramid scheme OneCoin – has pressed charges against it, asking for a $130,000 worth of the lost fund.
According to a legal complaint submitted on May 7th, Grablis is filing for a class suit, representing other investors victimized and lost their money to the notorious firm. The full list of defendant includes OneCoin Ltd, Ruja Ignatova, Konstantin Ignatov, Sebastian Greenwood, Mark Scott, together with a few other individuals and organization whose participation is yet to be confirmed.
As said in a report by Bloomberg on May 7th, OneCoin founder Ruja Ignatova was officially accused of wire fraud, securities fraud, and money laundering. Konstantin Ignatova – Ruja’ sibling and a OneCoin executive at the time – was previously charged with wire fraud, securities fraud and money laundering in March 2019.
The filed class suit complaint further disclosed that Greenwood was the co-founder of OneCoin, who is also in charge of representing it in the public eye. Mark Scott operated as a licensed attorney for OneCoin, utilizing his knowledge in the legal field to support the money laundering process of the Ponzi scheme via hedge funds.
Silver Miller – a law company specifically devoted to representing cryptocurrency investors – has recently published an instruction document, which shows any investors financially harmed by OneCoin the way to join the class suit.
As previously reported by the CryptoSight, OneCoin is a pyramid scheme using a suspicious digital currency called OneCoin, along with the “smoke and mirrors tactics” to scam investors.