The fact is: For marketers who still have parts of their brain intact, it is now time to leave Lyoness/Lyconet/myWorld and consider all legal steps!
Most of the elite seminar’s visitors attended the event because of the announced IPO, which required strong nerves and a lot of patience.
We could publish entire books with all the announcements, forecasts and promises of Jean-Paul Schoor, Larissa Poppel or myWorld itself. After this event and “the big IPO” in Gelsenkirchen, we are more than curious to hear their explanations.
Before we get into the unnecessarily lengthy event, we deal with the most important topics right away: Hubert Freidl, the IPO and the KYC process.
The CEO of BE Conflict Management Inc. Ben Ecker attended the event live and finds clear words:
“This event’s only purpose was to further stall the marketers, while the big, announced IPO was dealt with within three minutes. The marketer got his company shares, which they call stock, that’s it. Congratulations, dear marketers, now you have converted your money, which has gone into country packages, clouds, EX etc., into alleged company shares of the myWorld International AG. In the last few days, myWorld International AG has increased its shareholding to 100 million euros, but this does not mean that the equivalent value has also been deposited. Rather, space was created to dump the liabilities on marketers, for the purpose of consolidation.
This is how you turn short-term debts into long-term debts. Hence the registered shares with restricted transferability, which can only be traded with the consent of myWorld. In this way, Hubert Freidl can once again avoid paying off the clouds for another few years. The marketer believed in freely tradable shares and now has company shares that are neither tradable nor represent a stable value. The balance sheet of myWorld International AG has been published and speaks for itself.
The KYC process, with its questions that can only be answered with YES, is pure fraud. The marketer is forced to tick YES, otherwise he will not get further in the process. This reminds me of the switch from Lyoness to Lyconet 9 or 10 years ago, when the marketer was also forced to check the box. We have documented this new forced changeover and will submit it to the public prosecutors”. (This is a personal and neutral assessment by CEO B. Ecker!)Source: Hotel Düsseldorf 08.07,2023
The IPO in question was a farce:
in exactly 3 minutes and 16 seconds Hubert Freidl declares
to his marketers “You are now shareholders” and plays a
video in which a certificate seems to be the measure of all
things. So, what does the myWorld shareholder own now?
NOTHING, that’s right! But why?
This so-called share is nothing more than a company share at 500 € of the money already deposited, which is shown on the certificate that one share equals 500 € by myWorld International AG. One week before the elite seminar, the number of shares quickly increased to 100 million, but the share capital did not increase! Presumably and according to logic, the money already deposited by the marketers is now being used for consolidation. Consolidation is understood as the conversion of short-term debts into long-term debts. And so, Hubert Freidl has his marketers firmly under control, with restricted shares, because the company share may only be sold or disposed of with the consent of myWorld. The capital is tied up and even in the event of a total loss, the shareholder has no claim to a refund, because that is what a marketer must agree to in the KYC process.
And again: there’s a light of hope for all the injured parties because this switch is more than questionable as the marketer was forced to switch.
The marketer has no choice but to tick the wrong box against his better judgement!
More on this in the next article