In a rather confusing video, marketer Jean Paul Schoor announces so-called innovations and improvements at Lyoness/Lyconet/myWorld. Let’s watch an excerpt of it.
Archive for month: November, 2022
Just recently, the Lyconet Elite Seminar took place in Poland. And there of all places, a local public prosecutor’s office has now decided to freeze the companies’ accounts, triggering a veritable snowball effect in the judicial system.
“The money ended up in the Lyoness distribution network organised through Lyoness Europe AG, based in Switzerland.”
In addition to the problems with the public prosecutor’s office in Poland, seizures in Germany and Switzerland, tax debts in Turkey, it is now the same in Norway. Whereby the far bigger problem, as mentioned in the newspaper article in the conclusion, with the EEIG will also be added in Austria in due course.
Link to the original article: Høyesterett: Grønt lys for å saksøke omstridt pyramidelignende selskap (tv2.no)
Account at VR-Bank Bonn Rhein-Sieg seized with almost €1 million, but……..! Accounts in Switzerland seized with over 6 million Swiss francs!
In the chat groups of Lyoness leaders such as Markus Käfer, Denis Scibiorski or Andi Hummel, there were complaints that the monthly payments for the Easy-Shop to Lyconet Global AG were reversed with the notification “account closed”. Now it is being communicated in the chats that the account closure had internal reasons, which is definitely a lie. Customers are currently being asked to transfer their monthly payments to a myWorld account. This means that the customers are entering the new system without being properly informed about it. The customers have then accepted myWorld as a contractual partner without knowing the terms of the contract. It is not known whether previous transfers to the Lyoness account will be taken into account, as marketers report that this information is no longer accessible on the member account. This is what is called doing a cash audit.
In the case of the German account at the VR Bank Bonn Rhein-Sieg, an attachment of almost 1 million euros was seized by court order. After that, the account was cancelled and the transfers were returned. We will publish what the VR Bank did afterwards in our special report.
According to the debt collection register (see attachments), more than 6 million Swiss francs were also seized from Lyoness Europe AG and Lyoness Suisse GmbH in Switzerland. In addition, numerous other attachments, such as outstanding lawyers’ fees and court recovery reclaims from aggrieved parties, have been entered in large numbers.
Unlike in Germany, the Swiss bank and jurisdiction has duly implemented the court orders in accordance with enforcement notices (execution orders).