Sufferer of alleged Ponzi scheme receives loss of life threats from OneCoin followers

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Jen McAdam from Glasgow claims that supporters of the alleged OneCoin pyramid system ship her loss of life threats, primarily through Fb.

Loss of life threats reported to the police

On October 14, the BBC wrote that Jen McAdam, a sufferer of digital foreign money from OneCoin, reported a complete sequence of messages she acquired that threatened her with loss of life and violence to the police in Scotland. McAdam claims that the threats are a part of a coordinated assault by OneCoin supporters and provides:

"It's horrible, the abuse is imply and the threats really feel very actual to me, I all the time look over my shoulder now. It calls for its well being, however I received't surrender till I and the 1000’s of different OneCoin victims like me see some type of justice. "

McAdam, who’s a part of the Cryptoqueen BBC Sounds podcast, investigating the alleged pyramid system, had invested 1000’s of {dollars} of her personal cash within the scheme. She later persuaded her household and associates to do the identical, who collectively earned round $ 277,000. She mentioned:

"I do know via the varied sufferer teams around the globe that it’s folks like me who’ve been affected. They’ve invested their financial savings, re-sorted houses and satisfied their family and friends to hitch in and so they really feel simply as horrible as I about all of this as a result of we have been all duped. "

McAdams added that there are round 70,000 OneCoin victims within the UK, "nevertheless it appears like they're lagging behind, nobody appears to be on this."

Founders of OneCoin pyramid scheme arrested

Cointelegraph reported in March 2019, {that a} prosecutor in the USA had charged the founders of the worldwide crypto Ponzi scheme regarding the alleged fraudulent digital foreign money OneCoin. The brothers and sisters and founders of OneCoin, Konstantin Ignatov and his sister Ruja Ignatova, have been reportedly arrested in Los Angeles on March 6, 2019. The brothers and sisters have been accused of wire fraud, securities fraud and cash laundering practices.

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