OneCoin CEO Reportedly Misled Former Executive

OneCoin ReviewAll around the internet, OneCoin has been getting lots of buzz.

It would not surprise me if you told me you’ve heard of it, or someone has pitched it to you.

It’s also really popular on social media.

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OneCoin’s Chief Sales & Marketing Officer / Chief Leadership Officer and Asia Ambassador was previously Ed Ludbrook. Ludbrook joined the company in November of 2015, and when this happened, he commented that OneCoin was a “multi-trillion dollar opportunity that any fool will recognize once educated with the facts.”

Ludbrook publicly hosted a number of events for OneCoin, and among all of these, his primary focus lied with recruiting more and more affiliates within New Zealand and Australia.

With this focus in place Ludbrook was one of the leaders for a recruitment gig that took place in Melbourne, Australia ini July of last year.

However, at one point during this event, Ludbrook was quested by one of the attendees about whether or not OneCoin was a legitimate form of cryptocurrency. Ludbrook was quick to shut the attendee down by saying this was merely an opinion and that they were showing “arrogance”, but fast forward to October of that same year and Ludbrook was no longer with the company.

So, what exactly took place?

Similar to what happened with Pablo Munoz (OneLife’s former CEO), Ludbrook was nowhere to be found.

OneCoin has still yet to actually address where in the world Ludbrook actually took off to, and this is where things become even stranger.

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Although Ludbrook used to boast about his high position with OneCoin, he now simply says that he was a “consultant” with the company.

Ludbrook recently edited his LinkedIn profile, and with the edit he stated that he “left as answers were not provided to important questions.”

Another update was made shortly after this, and here Ludbrook says he was “hired to lead the development of the global organization due to [his] experience and reputation and, whilst the results were spectacular, [he] left very disappointed with the approach of the company.”

Ludbrook continues to say that he was “misled by the CEO and [has] deep concerns over the company.”

There’s no clarification as to what exactly OneCoin’s CEO misled Ludbrook on, but we can at least confirm that the CEO in question is Ruja Ignatova (OneCoin’s current CEO — Pierre Arens — wasn’t appointed until recently in mid-2017).

During his time at OneCoin, Ludbrook helped to grow the company’s affiliate count from 600,000 up to an impressive 2.5 million. That’s a tremendous amount of work, and with such greatly increased numbers, it’s rather obvious that Ludbrook should be entitled to an explanation as to what exactly is taking place with OneCoin.

In addition to Ludbrook brushing off the people questioning the legitimacy of OneCoin at the Melbourne event, he also responded with “What happens if you’re wrong? What will you give me if you’re wrong?” when people accused OneCoin of being a scam.

Following the recent departure of Pierre Arens and with Ludbrook still out of the picture, it’s clear that OneCoin is quickly falling apart. The company’s fraudulent activities are finally catching up to it, and those that are affiliates will soon pay a heavy price as a result.

It seems as if being upfront with everyone right now would be the better move as opposed to hiding and refusing to come clean, but I wouldn’t hold my breath for that to happen anytime soon.

 

So, Is There A OneCoin Scam Going On?

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It’s hard to tell if this is true or not, because a lot of people are just trying to sell you something.

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