The S-E2CC Cloud allocation has been postponed as well. A letter from mWG myWorld Germany GmbH has left a number of questions unanswered.

In the last few days, we have received many complaints about mWG myWorld Germany on the S-E2CC Cloud allocation planned for May 2020.

There seems to be enough staff to work on Enterprise Cloud X (kick-off: 29 April 2020, 11 AM), everything needs to happen fast as it’s all strictly limited to 38,888 Cloud. Of course there’s enough staff available – member’s contributions need to be “allocated” as fast as possible.

However, they’ve scrimped on allocating the accrued allocations for S-E2CC as there’s nothing in it for Freidl and his head marketers.

Amongst other things, this has led to German S-E2CC owners receiving the following letter from mWG myWorld Germany GmbH:

Dear Mrs.,

Current developments from COVID-19 have had major effects on many companies, ours being one of them. The current situation and the associated restrictions on staff and access to our national infrastructures have prompted us to inform you that we have unfortunately been forced to delay the S-E2CC allocation. We will of course inform you once we have confirmed a new payment date.

We apologise for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience and understanding.

Stay positive! Stay safe! Stay healthy!

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you should have any further questions.

Yours sincerely,

The Lyconet Service Team

mWG myWorld Germany GmbH
Gereonstraße 1 – 3, 50670 Köln
Tel.: +49 221 / 27 16 74-02
E-Mail: [email protected]

Amtsgericht Köln, HRB: 66866, UID: DE814665875

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mWG myWorld Germany GmbH is a subsidiary company of the myWorld International Limited registered in UK. Managing Director Florence Hausemann. Court of registry: Amtsgericht Köln, Company registry: 66866. UID-Nr.: DE 814665875. Correspondence with myWorld Germany GmbH via E-mail is only for information purposes and is non-obligatory. This medium is not designed to be used for the exchange of legally-binding communication. The information included in this E-mail is privileged and confidential and just for the exclusive use of the addressee. For other people than the addressee the use, disclosure and reproduction is strictly prohibited.

Enterprise Cloud X! real estate project – the biggest announcement in recent years.

Enterprise Cloud X is the latest iteration of the Lyoness/Lyconet/myWorld

Enterprise Cloud X

cash cow with myWorld Real Estate advertising it as a purchasing incentive with all the benefits of property ownership. Lyoness veteran Gerry Seebacher (8.1) went on about the security and soundness of owning property for almost twenty minutes in the webinar held on 4 April 2020, touting Enterprise Cloud X as an essential retirement nest egg. The wording was almost identical to the webinar held by Andreas Matuska and Markus Käfer on 28 March 2020. However, this last webinar refrained from mentioning that EC X is not actually a real-estate deal but a purchase deal for M-vouchers that would have to be purchased anyway. The webinar attendees were asked to contact their marketers to explain the deal again in more bite-sized chunks. In any case, the aim was to sell as many EC X shares as possible as this would be the only way to earn real cash – the mantra repeated over and over by Hubert Freidl, the speaker touted as an “international star” at the webinar of 28 March 2020.

This has always been standard operating procedure at Lyoness/Lyconet (now myWorld). All that matters to Hubert Freidl and his president is that these projects, announcements and reports draw in more millions of members. The project at hand is all that counts to promulgate it as a sales pitch; what comes out of it is secondary. The soundness of investing in real estate is a show: How are individual marketers supposed to benefit from it? How is it supposed to serve as “passive earnings” or even as a “retirement nest egg” for members? None of the super-marketers we wrote to provided any explanation, instead referring to their duty of confidentiality and internal calculations. The marketers that tried to dig too deep with their questions were ripped apart verbally with demands that they just trust the system, distribution wouldn’t be instant, and the more people that took part, the more they’d stand to gain. Yes of course, they earn with new member recruitment, but as for any actual or intended benefit for members – who cares?

As a reminder some examples from the Lyoness/Lyconet/myWorld history:

Lyoness sets worldwide standards with the prepaid Lyoness Mastercard!

Lyoness sets worldwide standards with the prepaid Lyoness Mastercard!

Recall the MasterCard lie. Recall the claims that the whole world would be paying by Lyoness MasterCard in two years, that nobody would be able to get by without this card, that it was all going through the roof. For almost three years Lyoness (predecessor of Lyconet/myWorld) advertised with it (Lyoness sets new standards worldwide with the prepaid Lyoness Mastercard) – same as with the current EC X project – flushing mountains of money into their coffers; even printing, giving out and selling T-shirts and other merch. Even though it must have been obvious that there was never going to be any Lyoness MasterCard. A request was made with MasterCard, but Lyoness never fulfilled the financial management requirements to issue MasterCard. Once the gaffe had been blown, Lyoness tried to pin the blame on some ominous third-party supplier, MyCard International. It turned out that this this third-party supplier was in fact Lyoness itself. See also: The ominous third party provider of the Lyoness Mastercard was Lyoness itself , Brand misuse: Mastercard reminds Lyoness partners & Lyoness still causing Mastercard “brand abuse”

This is what we call getting caught red-handed.

Same applies to the BAWAG Cashback Card.

BAWAG Cashback Card

This scheme was hyped up on social media two or so years ago with claims such as:

We are proud to announce that we have another partner company on board. BAWAG PSK is an Austrian bank with four thousand employees and a book value of around €43 billion. This has taken us to a new level. The first EC Cashback Card. GetBig.

The BAWAG press office immediately denied this (original e-mail available): We categorically deny any business relationship between BAWAG P.S.K. and myWorld/Cashback World (previously Lyoness Europe AG).

Your sincerely, BAWAG Group Communications

Lyoness Headquarter Tower

Lyoness/Lyconet/myWorld are hardly “breaking new ground” with real estate either. They have already made similar plans for 2011 and 2014/15 – a property on Kärntner Straße, Graz, Austria, that already belonged to Lyoness. After moving into the tower across the way, they planned to build a high-rise on the corner plot. Plans included a hotel, restaurant, gym, office space and even a TV studio. There were already architectural designs, but the respective planning authorities rejected them, and finally everything came to nothing because the sale of the then “country packages” was going great.

Oh, and where are all the elite clubs and luxury stores that belong in every German city? The ones that that would soon send Amazon into the annals of history as announced in the 2018 seminars?

It goes on and on…

Enterprise Cloud X! real-estate projects by Riegler & Partner Holding GmbH and the Oreggia brothers?

The “CLOSE – Chicago Lane Office Suites” presentation clip played during the Riegler & Partner Holding GmbH webinar can be found on the company website (Riegler & Partners & Chicago Lane Office Suites), and there is also a construction sign on the property in Hanover. The company has its registered office at Kärntner Straße 570a, Seiersberg-Pirka, Austria. Our research has unearthed a connection to Lyconet’s top marketer Mario Oreggia through his wife, who allegedly works at or for Riegler & Partner. The Oreggia brothers’ company (Home-Invest GmbH) also has its registered office at Kärntnerstraße 568a, Seiersberg-Pirka – no further interpretation needed there. It all converges on the cash cow Hubert Freidl and his central crew to fast-track these investments, or rather paid-in voucher sales. 

BCR Convention (Corona Online Edition) and Enterprise Cloud X! Sustainable earnings from real estate trading! Webinar held on 28 March 2020.

BCR Convention (Corona Online Edition) went online with a two-hour webinar on 28 March 2020. Andreas Matuska (Level 8.1) completely lost it on the mention of “an unbeatable, never-before-seen world first” and announced an international star to come at the end of the webinar. From the eighteenth minute onward, Markus Käfer (Level 8) never ceased to point out that he only actually ever wanted to reach Level 2, but that he was also ok with Level 8. At this point, respect to anyone that hadn’t developed earache by the thirty-first minute.

Andreas Matuska began on Cashback World and how fantastic it was, putting you in touch with the whole world and a broad range of retailers in fifty countries, pointing out several times over that all these benefits were free of charge. The webinar quickly moved onto the main topic – the incredible and unique chance to earn some serious cash. Using Enterprise Cloud X (EC X). Right.

Anyone could join in the earnings from this multi-success company – referring to myWorld – and set up a real-estate empire without investing any of their own money (quote-unquote).

This led onto the total “win-win-win situation” and the “soundest deal the world had ever seen.

There was the “small business” deal, and then there was the “extraordinarily big business” deal. The small business deal at a cost of €99 was swiftly dealt with – the point of the exercise was to make an absolute killing, and this was only possible with the big business deal.

Lifelong payout”

Markus Käfer emphasised the benefits of owning property. He also speaks of a “passive income”, which is what everyone should aim for. The “passive income” was already a popular marketing argument in the days of the “country packages”, but it regularly blows up in the courts for the Lyoness snowball system.

Then there was a graphic animation lasting several minutes on a property in Hanover – a project named “myWorld Office Suites” comprising 13,000 square metres of floor space due for completion in the fourth quarter of 2021 with a projected monthly rental income of €220K. Dreams come true with Enterprise Cloud X.

The benefits as shopping points to marketers selling Enterprise Cloud X were propounded with snappy slogans like “they’ve finished the motorway; all you have to do is get into your Ferrari and hit the gas pedal.” Markus Käfer’s enthusiasm was out of control at this point.

Costs: Enterprise Cloud X:

1 share in EC X for €2,500
5 shares in EC X for €8,500
10 shares in EC X for €16,000

So this would be an ideal starting point for anyone to start their own real-estate empire, right? NOPE. This is where things get peculiar. THE FOLLOWING CAVEATS FOLLOWED: This wasn’t an investment, just a purchase for M-vouchers that you’d still need and a certain “on-top” share (to be announced – up to 25% of all profits?) in the nine planned properties if there was to be any “on top” from it.

“The safest business in the world”

You advertise the advantages of real estate ownership and “passive income”, but sell shopping vouchers!

Once again, this only served to pull the wool over the eyes of current and prospective marketers.

The primary purpose of this webinar was to advertise “shares in a real-estate project,” touting it as a sensation. There were no details on the figures or how these “on-top shares” would be distributed to the individual marketers. In effect, each marketer would have spent money in the form of M-vouchers for the heavily advertised real estate property, once again still buying nothing but vouchers.

The project was supposedly managed by the St. Johann-based company myWorld Real Estate GmbH, a wholly owned subsidiary of London-based myWorld Real Estate Limited.

At around minute 131, Andreas Matuska ushered in the international star announced at the beginning. And what a surprise, it was Hubert Freidl. He announced more new and unprecedented developments.

The self-proclaimed visionary set a generous tone. All the resources were currently being pumped into the online business. The search function was being activated at Cashback World (everyone had been waiting for that to happen). He claimed he was there to share his success in myWorld with his marketers, and this was why he’d created Enterprise Cloud X. His marketers wouldn’t have to pay the salaries of his 1,500 staff members, he’d do that for his marketers. And not to forget that the more customers the marketers secured, the more shopping points they’d earn.

A personal word in conclusion: Nobody applying just one percent of their common sense and skills in simple arithmetic would pay in a single cent after this webinar. All you’d get is something at some point in the future at a share not yet set in something to be built somewhere at some time to come. Where was the prospectus? How far were they in the planning stage? When would they be starting construction? So this is how I get to be a property owner, by buying vouchers for chemists shops? How would they finance it all? It couldn’t be from cashback. Turnover from cashback only takes up ten percent of the total turnover according to the assessment.

The other nine projects will certainly be offered in various other countries. We are currently checking the planning and approval status of the aforementioned properties near Hanover (directly next to IKEA).