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GSPartners is planning to perpetrate more securities fraud using GSC shares, in addition to its new Metaverse Certificate investment scheme.

The first step in uncovering GSPartners’ hidden stock investing strategy is to attend a recent GSPartners webinar.

Josip Heit, the owner of GSPartners, explained during the webinar:

Stocks will be included in your MetaBroker portfolio. Yes, you’ll have stocks as well.

And I’m very confident there will be certain stocks in this portfolio that are extremely comparable to our firm and are tied to us.

But we’ll leave it up to the members of that company’s board of directors to declare it. It’s a controlled setting. It’s a regulated industry.

BDSwiss offers the Meta-Broker portfolios of GSPartners.

GSPartners affiliates are guaranteed a 300 percent return on fees paid, as well as a 700 percent yearly return on assets invested, through Meta-Broker portfolios.

Andrew Eaton, a top South African earner, said the projected 300 percent ROI was “guaranteed” in a recent GSPartners’ webinar.

It’s a ten-thousand-dollar certificate. As long as the bare minimum is met to maintain the trading account… I estimate that it will be around 33%… That $10,000 they paid for their certificate goes into a… solution it BDSwiss has come up with Josip as long as you keep that active.

And as long as they maintain their required trading activity, the $10,000 they paid on a certificate, for example, will earn them a guaranteed 300 percent return over the next 18 months.

GSPartners is allowing affiliates to dump worthless G999 tokens from prior failed GSPartners Ponzi enterprises to finance Meta-Broker portfolios.

The G999 coin conversion rate is 2 cents per coin. G999 is currently selling for $0.004 on the open market. This value is being manipulated by GSPartners regularly.

GSPartners is also matching any investments put into partnered BDSwiss Meta-Broker portfolio accounts until June 30th.

Nitsa Nakos, a Canadian GSPartners associate, recently commented on another webinar on the partnership between BDSwiss and Lydian World:

Lydian World has collaborated with this firm, BDSwiss. They have now been designated as our official trading house and trading brokers.

They are making one-of-a-kind things for us. Products that aren’t available on their website. In the metaverse, these are high-leverage trading goods.

GSPartners’ new Lydian World investment ideas are what Nakos is alluding to. She’s also alluding to GSPartners’ hidden share plan. This relates to the “stocks” that Josip Heit mentioned before.

The GSPartners’ share arrangement is “huge news we don’t actively publicize,” according to Nakos.

It’s major news, but it’s not the kind of big news we publicize openly.

We may bring up the topic of our sister firm, GS Chain, in small settings, one-on-one interactions, when we know who we’re speaking to when we know their goal when we know their interest.

Josip Heit established and owns GS Chain, a UK shell business.

Rather than being straightforward about it, GS Chain is led by the following scumbags:

GS Chain PLC was formed in April 2021 in the United Kingdom. The GS Chain PLC business address supplied is a virtual office in London.

Heit and GSPartners have secured entry to the London Stock Exchange through GS Chain and its GSC shares:

When GSC affiliates participated in GSPartners’ different schemes, they were first surreptitiously allotted GSC shares.

GSC shares will now be included in commissions and incentives granted on the recruitment of new GSPartners affiliate investors since Lydian World’s Metaverse Certificates Ponzi was introduced.

Neither GSPartners, GS Chain PLC, nor Josip Heit is registered with the Financial Conduct Authority in the United Kingdom. As a result, GSPartners’ hidden GLC share program, which is provided in partnership with BDSwiss, violates UK financial legislation.

As a result, GSPartners must sell its secret GLC share investment strategy in the following manner:

Nitsa Nakos keeps going;

I beg, no, I demand, that you all approve and strictly adhere to this procedure. Our listing has a zero-tolerance policy for any form of advertisement. It’s not necessary.

There are no social media posts included. There are no [sic]-related live or recorded presentations. There were no fliers, business cards, or other forms of public promotion.

Let’s put it this way: the only time we should say anything is if we are certain the person we are speaking to is who they claim to be.

Not from a regulatory or law enforcement agency, either.

We don’t want them to find out about our little secret sharing arrangement, do we?

That they are genuinely interested. “I want to come in and I do want to invest my money,” they’re saying. I’m serious about this. Tell me anything you know about this stock listing.”

Everyone, everyone is here once more. I believe we have an awareness, perhaps a bit deeper because of your histories (Ozedit: in case it wasn’t apparent, Nakos is referring to financial fraud), that you have to be spotless when dealing with the Securities and Exchange Commissions in these regulated, highly regulated markets.

You can’t have just one item on your person. Because they are the ones who will undertake the due diligence.

Let’s look at the regulatory side of GSPartners’ Lydian World Ponzi, BDSwiss, and the GLC share investment scheme, putting aside the fact that registering a shell company in the UK and getting an LSE listing doesn’t require any regulator due to diligence (regulation is reactionary to fraud and dysfunctional at best in the UK),

We can observe that the bulk of visitors to GSPartners’ and Lydian World’s websites are from the United States thanks to SimilarWeb:

This isn’t a new trend; it’s been going on for a while. As a result, the bulk of GSPartners affiliate investors is also from the United States.

In addition to GSPartners affiliate investors from the United States being routed into BDSwiss, we can see from their website analysis that they already have a client base in the United States.

A securities offering is defined as an offer of “managed trading” passive returns on USDT investments, including a 300 percent passive return on fees paid.

According to the Securities and Exchange Act, this necessitates SEC registration.

The SEC has not registered GSPartners, Lydian World, Josip Heit, or BDSwiss.

According to the Commodity Exchange Act, offering PLC shares to GSPartners as an investment opportunity requires registration with the CFTC.

The CFTC has not registered GSPartners, Lydian World, GS Chain, or Josip Heit.

BDSwiss is a Cyprus shell corporation that is registered with the NFA as BDSwiss LLC.

BDSwiss also has a US LLC shell firm, which is odd. BDSwiss hasn’t linked its US shell firm to its NFA membership for whatever reason (I’m not sure why).

Jan Eric Malkus is listed as the proprietor of BDSwiss LLC Cyprus in the NFA registration.

Jan Eric Malkus (right) describes himself as a “visionary, investor, and entrepreneur.”

Malkus is a German national, which corresponds to Josip Heit’s German roots.

Malkus has also been involved in offshore shell company activities in the past. Malkus is the co-founder, Director, and Chairman of BDSwiss, which is significant to our research.

If we check the terms of BDSwiss’ membership, we can see that its NFA registration does not cover services offered by GSPartners and Lydian World.

…we understand that it was given based on BDSwiss.

has no consumers that are interested in commodities (futures, options, FX, or swaps);

does not manage commodities interest accounts (futures, options, FX, or swaps); and

Commodity pools are not run by this company.

Here’s how BDSwiss allegedly creates GSPartners’ and its own clients’ stated returns (click to enlarge):

When we compare BDSwiss’ NFA membership to GSPartners’ Lydian World Metaverse Certificate investment, which represents ROI revenue generated through trading, and the GSC share investment scheme, we conclude that BDSwiss’ NFA membership was obtained, or at the very least is now maintained, on false premises.

To summarize, neither GSPartners, Lydian World nor BDSwiss (in the case of GSPartners) have satisfied any regulatory criteria in the United States for their passive investment scheme or share investment scheme – despite retaining and continuing to recruit a largely US-based client base.

BDSwiss, according to Nakos, will begin promoting GSPartners’ Ponzi scam to its own “1.6 million” customers.

Many of the 1.6 million clients who are already with BDSwiss will see “metaverse, metaverse, high leveraged trading, high leveraged trading” on their dashboard.

They’ll want to come, and with a single click of a button, they’ll be in our metaverse, using these high-leverage trading items.

What does this imply for us?

It is really important to us.

It’s excellent for everyone when we see this community (GSPartners) flourish.

What are people investing in when they come to invest in the metaverse, in this project?

G999, they’re putting their money into coins. They’re putting money into the Lydian World, the Lydian Stater Coin, and finally the metaverse.

They may carry a variety of things over there to generate even more money. More money coming in via the back door.

Nakos thinks that the contributions from BDSwiss account holders would help GSPartners reach one billion dollars in invested capital.

In addition to relying largely on BDSwiss’ disguised credibility, Nakos makes extensive use of celebrity endorsements cultivated by Josip Heit.

We now have a name to be proud of. We now have all of the necessary licenses. Now we can bring our people and know that they will be safe and protected and that our reputation will be respected.

This is why celebrities have joined the cause.

Floyd Mayweather, is an Olympic gold medalist, world boxing champion, and a very, very knowledgeable crypto trader.

Floyd Mayweather, or rather, his attorneys, have been scouring our company for weeks. Weeks upon weeks. They’ve sunk to the bottom of the ocean.

He’s also a sports celebrity. He is, after all, used to sponsorships… These athletes, on the other hand, would not put their names on anything that isn’t trustworthy. To anything that isn’t going to last in the long run.

So now that they’ve seen that this firm (GSPartners) has a vision, has the resources to continue to expand and create, and has the legitimacy and backing of corporations like BDSwiss, the celebrities will begin to arrive.

The first one is already there, if you will, expressing his support. There’s more to him if you call him an ambassador. There will be more in the future.

We anticipate a slew of celebrity endorsements for Lydian World over the following twelve to eighteen months.

Mayweather, according to Nakos, has invested in GSPartners’ Lydian World Ponzi scam.

These celebrities not only get sponsorships, but they also have roles in the metaverse.

These celebrities spread the word about the metaverse to their audiences or followers.

So, once again, this aids us in our quest for one million users and $1 billion in income.

Floyd Mayweather was accused by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in November 2018 for

neglecting to disclose money received in exchange for promoting Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs).

Mayweather failed to disclose promotional payments from three ICO issuers, including $100,000 from Centra Tech Inc., according to the SEC’s orders.

Mayweather failed to disclose that he was paid $200,000 to promote the other two ICOs, according to the SEC ruling.

I haven’t seen anywhere how much Mayweather was paid as a “Brand Ambassador” to promote GSPartners and Lydian World, including how much he invested and/or was awarded in Metaverse Certificate investment positions.

The SEC then filed civil charges against Centra Tech’s owners for selling “unregistered investments using a “CTR Token,” according to the SEC.

The co-founders of Centra Tech were also charged with parallel crimes.

In December 2020, one was sentenced to a year in jail. In March 2021, Centra Tech’s second co-founder was sentenced to eight years in jail.

Stephanie Avakian, Enforcement Division Co-Director, remarked, “These proceedings underline the significance of complete disclosure to investors.”

“Investors should be cautious of investing advice offered on social media sites, and they should not rely their selections on celebrity endorsements,” Enforcement Division Co-Director Steven Peikin warned.

“Social media influencers are frequently paid advocates, not investment professionals, and the securities they’re pushing might be frauds, regardless of whether they’re issued with traditional certificates or on the blockchain.”

“Could be scams” seems superfluous in light of the several GSPartners and BDSwiss regulatory infractions at hand, as well as Mayweather’s disclosure errors.

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