The support of sales and marketing trainer Grant Cardone for the network marketing arm of OneCoin in Europe is raising many questions from industry leaders.
According to the Grant Cardone website:
“I work with small companies and Fortune 500 companies to grow sales by finding overlooked opportunities and customizing the sales process to be more effective. I have worked with companies like Google, Sprint, Aflac, Toyota, GM, Ford and thousands more.
I own and operate four companies that do almost 100m in annual sales and I’m also a New York Times best-selling author, international speaker, & considered the top sales training and social media expert in the world today.”
Grant urges his followers and clients to make success their duty, responsibility, obligation, and to rise above out-dated, unworkable middle-class myths and limitations in order to achieve true freedom for themselves and their families.His straight-shooting viewpoints on leadership, the economy, small business, retail sales, employment, and headlines have made him a valuable resource for media seeking commentary and insights on real topics that matter.
Grant Cardone will be a speaker at the OneCoin – OneLife Mastery Summit 2019 in Spain, Barcelona on 27 – 29 September 2019. OneLife is the network marketing arm from OneCoin.
OneCoin CEO Konstantin Ignatov was arrested on March 6 at the Los Angeles airport and the Manhattan U.S. Attorney Announces Charges Against Leaders Of “OneCoin,” A Multibillion-Dollar Pyramid Scheme Involving The Sale Of A Fraudulent Cryptocurrency.
Ruja Ignatova, founder, long time CEO and original leader of OneCoin – Onelife was indicted with wire fraud, securities fraud, and money laundering offences.
Manhattan U.S. Attorney Geoffrey S. Berman said in a previous press release:
“As alleged, these defendants created a multibillion-dollar ‘cryptocurrency’ company based completely on lies and deceit. They promised big returns and minimal risk, but, as alleged, this business was a pyramid scheme based on smoke and mirrors more than zeroes and ones.
FBI Assistant Director-in-Charge William Sweeney, Jr. said:
“As we allege, OneCoin was a cryptocurrency existing only in the minds of its creators and their co-conspirators. Unlike authentic cryptocurrencies, which maintain records of their investors’ transaction history, OneCoin had no real value. It offered investors no method of tracing their money, and it could not be used to purchase anything.
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