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Old 10-11-2017, 09:35 AM   #1
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The Crowdbridge Global website domain registration doesn’t reveal anything, having been privately registered on June 21st, 2017.

To find out anything about company management you have to be on the inside and receiving marketing updates.

One such update recently sent out reveals the founders of Crowdbridge Global to be Hans Pasveer and Harald Ekker and Mary Courant.

Hans Pasveer was a top earner in the SiteTalk and LEO pyramid schemes.

Harald Ekker was the owner of Towah, a European payment processing company.

Mary Courant was Top earner in Conligus and OneCoin.

according to news

“The suspected OneCoin affiliate group had used the event in Mumbai to gather investment from the public, offering cash purchases of OneCoins and claiming investors could become “billionaires,” BehindMLM writes.”
“This particular company has no registration with the RBI nor does it have any licence for running such financial schemes promising high returns,” local Police Commissioner Hemant Nagrale said quoted by local news resource The Hindu. Mary Courant made Millions off this Scam.

“Hence we arrested the 18 people who had organised the seminar and are investigating the case to trace the master mind.”

Over the years Towah was attached to multiple fraudulent MLM opportunities, including Bidify, Wenyard and Conligus.

In 2013 $8.9 million dollars invested by Bidify affiliates that passed through Towah simply disappeared.

Prior to founding Towah, Ekker helped scam over 200,000 Norwegians out of millions of dollars through the World Games Inc. pyramid scheme.

The latest incarnation of LEO saw the company introduce the LEO cryptocurrency.

Launched in true altcoin pump and dump fashion, LEOcoin has no use outside of the LEO income opportunity.

After a brief spike of interest last year, LEOcoin haw slowly declined through most of 2017.

The business model however appears to have been a strong inspiration for Crowdbridge Global.

As per a recent marketing update, Crowdbridge Global affiliates will invest in CBG Coin.

CBG Coin at this stage appears to be an non-public altcoin, propped up by nothing more than Crowdbridge Global affiliate investment (ie. Ponzi points).
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Old 10-16-2017, 03:15 AM   #2
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This youtube video explain the master mind of CBGScam
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1HIeXCD5kac

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The Crowdbridge Global website domain registration doesn’t reveal anything, having been privately registered on June 21st, 2017.

To find out anything about company management you have to be on the inside and receiving marketing updates.

One such update recently sent out reveals the founders of Crowdbridge Global to be Hans Pasveer and Harald Ekker and Mary Courant.

Hans Pasveer was a top earner in the SiteTalk and LEO pyramid schemes.

Harald Ekker was the owner of Towah, a European payment processing company.

Mary Courant was Top earner in Conligus and OneCoin.

according to news

“The suspected OneCoin affiliate group had used the event in Mumbai to gather investment from the public, offering cash purchases of OneCoins and claiming investors could become “billionaires,” BehindMLM writes.”
“This particular company has no registration with the RBI nor does it have any licence for running such financial schemes promising high returns,” local Police Commissioner Hemant Nagrale said quoted by local news resource The Hindu. Mary Courant made Millions off this Scam.

“Hence we arrested the 18 people who had organised the seminar and are investigating the case to trace the master mind.”

Over the years Towah was attached to multiple fraudulent MLM opportunities, including Bidify, Wenyard and Conligus.

In 2013 $8.9 million dollars invested by Bidify affiliates that passed through Towah simply disappeared.

Prior to founding Towah, Ekker helped scam over 200,000 Norwegians out of millions of dollars through the World Games Inc. pyramid scheme.

The latest incarnation of LEO saw the company introduce the LEO cryptocurrency.

Launched in true altcoin pump and dump fashion, LEOcoin has no use outside of the LEO income opportunity.

After a brief spike of interest last year, LEOcoin haw slowly declined through most of 2017.

The business model however appears to have been a strong inspiration for Crowdbridge Global.

As per a recent marketing update, Crowdbridge Global affiliates will invest in CBG Coin.

CBG Coin at this stage appears to be an non-public altcoin, propped up by nothing more than Crowdbridge Global affiliate investment (ie. Ponzi points).
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Old 10-17-2017, 04:29 AM   #3
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Help Stop Scammers.
Mary Courant was Top earner in Conligus and OneCoin Advisor & CBG, COO at Crowd Bridge Global.
Hans Pasveer, Sitetalk, Leocoin, CBG Coin, CoFounder at Crowd Bridge Global.
Harald Ekker, Wenyard founder, Towah founder, Sitetalk, CoFounder at Crowd Bridge Global.
Dr. Ruja, BigCoin HK, Onecoin CoFounder
Sebastian Greenwood Sitetalk director, OneCoin CoFounder
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VyqKghkEdKM&t=6s
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The Crowdbridge Global website domain registration doesn’t reveal anything, having been privately registered on June 21st, 2017.

To find out anything about company management you have to be on the inside and receiving marketing updates.

One such update recently sent out reveals the founders of Crowdbridge Global to be Hans Pasveer and Harald Ekker and Mary Courant.

Hans Pasveer was a top earner in the SiteTalk and LEO pyramid schemes.

Harald Ekker was the owner of Towah, a European payment processing company.

Mary Courant was Top earner in Conligus and OneCoin.

according to news

“The suspected OneCoin affiliate group had used the event in Mumbai to gather investment from the public, offering cash purchases of OneCoins and claiming investors could become “billionaires,” BehindMLM writes.”
“This particular company has no registration with the RBI nor does it have any licence for running such financial schemes promising high returns,” local Police Commissioner Hemant Nagrale said quoted by local news resource The Hindu. Mary Courant made Millions off this Scam.

“Hence we arrested the 18 people who had organised the seminar and are investigating the case to trace the master mind.”

Over the years Towah was attached to multiple fraudulent MLM opportunities, including Bidify, Wenyard and Conligus.

In 2013 $8.9 million dollars invested by Bidify affiliates that passed through Towah simply disappeared.

Prior to founding Towah, Ekker helped scam over 200,000 Norwegians out of millions of dollars through the World Games Inc. pyramid scheme.

The latest incarnation of LEO saw the company introduce the LEO cryptocurrency.

Launched in true altcoin pump and dump fashion, LEOcoin has no use outside of the LEO income opportunity.

After a brief spike of interest last year, LEOcoin haw slowly declined through most of 2017.

The business model however appears to have been a strong inspiration for Crowdbridge Global.

As per a recent marketing update, Crowdbridge Global affiliates will invest in CBG Coin.

CBG Coin at this stage appears to be an non-public altcoin, propped up by nothing more than Crowdbridge Global affiliate investment (ie. Ponzi points).
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Old 10-31-2017, 05:23 AM   #4
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BehindMLM published a first look at the Crowdbridge Global MLM opportunity.

The company appears to be based out of Europe and is run by co-founders Hans Pasveer and Harald Ekker, Mary Courant COO

For Pasveer and Ekker’s respective MLM histories, please refer to our published Crowdbridge Global first look.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1HIeXCD5kac

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VyqKghkEdKM&t=8s
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