Friday, 29 December 2017

Wahlroos claims Ignatova disappeared 9th October 2017

I guess this is now the biggest opportunity of a lifetime. (– Nope, they aren't that transparent. I confess that I Photoshopped the picture a bit.)

After getting kicked out from OneCoin scam, Kari Wahlroos swiftly moved on to another disreputable MLM based cryptocurrency scheme called DagCoin. Despite just recently boasting about OneCoin being the opportunity of a lifetime now Wahlroos states that OneCoin is "history".

The Facebook page of Wahlroos has his dismayed fans questioning him about the recent happenings. Let's have a look at some of the comments:

Kari Wahlroos has left the scam – with or without you.

Yeah, that must be really assuring to the victims of OneCoin.

Like this concerned OneCoin member addresses, Kari Wahlroos is now promoting DagCoin with identical sales pitches to the ones he used to promote OneCoin.

Wahlroos about DagCoin: 
"The best of the best ! Superior technology together with the perfect strategy !! This will happen - with or without you !" 
"This will be the biggest momemtum youve ever seen!! It is Now time to accept What is happening and Enjoy the ride! This will happen With or Without you!"

"Join the biggest launch ever happened in the Industry !" 
I am no longer with OLN (OneLife Network)
And now I am on the mission to launch the worlds biggest network marketing and cryptocurrency company...
Therefore, the answers on All questions that you have - ask directly to OneLife company and/or your sponsor."

OneCoin closed Wahlroos's account with 50 million onecoins

According to Wahlroos his OneLife/OneCoin account with 50 million coins has been closed. Calculating the value in euros using the current artificial coin value dictated by the company, that's about 1 billion euros Wahlroos lost. He sure is taking this gigantic loss lightly.

One would suspect that Wahlroos would sue the company for this kind of unfair treatment, especially after: "feeling confident that what I have done has always been in accordance with the company guidelines provided to me."

Mostly he's concerned about the 2 million euros worth of investment he claims to have made to the company. However, I'm pretty sure he got paid very well from touring all over the world as an Ambassador and preaching about OneCoin – well enough to forget the actual value (= 0 €) of those 50 million coins.

Ignatova disappeared 9th October 2017

Wahlroos states on his Facebook comments that Ignatova disappeared 9th October 2017. As there is such a precise date for the incident, I would presume that Wahlroos or someone else had tried to contact her from thereafter without any success.

As far as known Ignatova hasn't made any OneCoin related public appearances since July 2017.

According to Wahlroos there was no communication for three months. Yet he had no problems promoting the scam until been sacked from the position of OneLife Scambassador.

Comments made about a week ago on Wahlroos's Facebook page.

Update 30 December:

Well, I believe this comment by Kari Wahlroos says it all:

Update 31 December - The Mighty Eagle

I think there's a valuable lesson in this video clip:

Happy New Year All!

Tuesday, 5 December 2017

Kari Wahlroos kicked out from OneCoin/OneLife

OneLife scam has announced today that the company has removed Kari Wahlroos from all his activities and responsibilities for the Network. 

Prior to the company's announcement the Facebook page belonging to the European Ambassador of OneLife was blocked from visitors earlier today (at the moment back online). For the past few weeks there has also been rumours about Wahlroos quitting OneLife and starting to promote some other scheme. 

According to Kari Wahlroos, his appearance at the Lisbon event in October was the event number 460 for him at the service of OneCoin/OneLife. As a keynote speaker in hundreds of events and scamventions he was trusted by the cult members as an official spokesman of the company.

The company accusing Wahlroos from misrepresentation and legal consequences

What's surprising is the tone and content of the announcement, which implies that the breakup was one-sided. The company goes as far as accusing Wahlroos from "consistent miscommunication and misrepresentation of the OneLife Network operations and strategy". This is rather strange from a company whose existence relies on scamming and running a ponzi scheme. 

Furthermore the announcement let's us know that: "The company has experienced serious legal consequences, following Mr. Wahlroos’ behavior on and off stage, indirectly damaging its credibility and reputation." – OneCoin/OneLife hasn't got any credibility or reputation that could be damaged, so that part is of course total bullshit. So far it's unclear what these legal consequences are, if there even has been any. However, it could be possible that the company has been pursued by law enforcement from somewhere, and desperate times call for desperate measures. 

Despite blaming Wahlroos from consistent miscommunication and misrepresentation, the announcement doesn't go to the specifics about these violations against the company. Nevertheless, this certainly ads some irony on those several occasions when Wahlroos was reprimanding OneLife members who had not been representing the company correctly. 

I think this case reveals the current decomposing state of the crumbling scam even for the cult-believers to see. We have already seen some top scammers and CEO's abandoning the ship. There's a lot of confusion and worries among the members. And now it seems that no one even knows how to represent this scam properly and how to be safe from getting kicked out. – Except of course Ruja Ignatova and her co-scam-management, who can lie freely and make false promises without any consequences.

As a loyal defender of OneCoin/OneLife scam, not even threatening with violence was out of the question for Kari Wahlroos.

Oh, here's yet another treat I happened to find while searching some of the latest videos with Wahlroos speaking. 
Kari Wahlroos educating OneLife representatives in Vietnam, Hanoi, August 21 2017:
"We are currently negotiating – or there are about ten countries that are seriously interested with changing their currency to OneLife."
- Yeah, sure.

Here's the whole announcement by OneLife:
Effective today, December 4, 2017, Mr. Kari Wahlroos, will no longer serve the role of OneLife Network European Ambassador. 
This news follows a series of reports issued on his activities as an independent marketing associate. Due to consistent miscommunication and misrepresentation of the OneLife Network operations and strategy, the management team of OneLife has taken the unfortunate decision to demote Mr. Wahlroos from all his activities and responsibilities for the Network. 
The company has experienced serious legal consequences, following Mr. Wahlroos’ behavior on and off stage, indirectly damaging its credibility and reputation. 
As a company following an objective approach, all reports issued on Mr. Wahlroos were carefully investigated by a dedicated compliance team in order to determine the validity of the information provided. 
Reflecting on the recent events and the rapid growth of the Network in the past 3 years, 2018 will present a new leadership agenda, focused on giving more opportunities for training newcomers and developing newly qualified Leaders under the mentorship of trusted leadership trainers. 
Adhering to the Network’s vision on continuous personal and professional growth of its members, OneLife will present it’s trainings agenda for 2018 in Q1 of next year. The newly developed program involves more time, efforts and resources invested into growing a new generation of leaders and network marketing professionals, who will carry out the training agenda for 2018. 
The OneLife Network company is encouraging all members to fill in the Whistle Blower report if they experience ANY misconduct or breach of the IMA rules, by anybody, despite their ranking or qualification. 
The entire OneLife corporate team is grateful to be part of one big Family and are looking forward to making next year BETTER for everyone! Together for more.