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GSPartner’s GSTrade securities fraud warning from Canada

GSPartner’s GSTrade platform has obtained a securities fraud warning from Alberta, Canada.

On or round March fifteenth, the Alberta Securities Fee added GSTrade to its Funding Warning Listing.

The ASC advises;

To assist inform and shield traders, the ASC offers an inventory of corporations and people that aren’t registered with the ASC and that seem like participating in actions that both require registration underneath Alberta securities legal guidelines or could also be funding scams.

Buyers are inspired to seek the advice of this checklist if they’re contemplating investing, particularly if they’re approached with an unsolicited funding alternative.

As of February 2023, SimilarWeb ranks Canada (11%) because the second largest supply of site visitors to GSPartners’ web site behind the US (59%).

Neither GSTrade or GSPartners are registered to supply securities in Canada or the US.

GSTrade, or Gold Normal Commerce, serves as GSPartners’ inside alternate. By means of GSTrade, associates are in a position to commerce G999, XLT, LYS and different tokens GSPartners has created.

The footer of GSTrade’s web site ties it to GSB Gold Normal Pay Ltd and GSB Gold Normal Pay KB; two shell corporations integrated in Kazakhstan and Sweden respectively.

GSPartners, GSTrade, GSB Gold Normal Pay and GSB Gold Normal Pay KB are all owned by Josip Heit.

Initially from Croatia, Heit is believed to journey ceaselessly between Germany and Dubai.

Heit launched GSPartners after Karatbars Worldwide’s KGC crypto Ponzi collapsed in mid 2019.

Initially centered across the all however collapsed G999 shit token, through the years GSPartners’ Ponzi scheme has gone by way of a number of iterations.

The present iteration is “metaverse certificates”, whereby US and Canadian residents are promised a passive 300% ROI over 18 months (click on to enlarge).

GSPartners’ initially represented metaverse certificates returns have been generated through foreign currency trading, purportedly executed by BDSwiss.

After BDSwiss publicly confirmed it had nothing to do with GSPartners, the ruse switched to newly created entity Skyground Group.

GSPartners solicits funding in tether (USDT), and created the GEUR token to pay metaverse certificates returns by way of. GEUR is nugatory exterior of GSPartners itself.

Launched in mid 2022, preliminary metaverse certificates investor contracts will expire in the direction of the tip of 2023.

Along with GSTrade, the Alberta Securities Fee has additionally added GSPartner’s G999 Ponzi coin to its Funding Warning Listing.



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