“The loudness, crudeness and, of course, the content have left me speechless. Scary!” – This was just one of many reactions from the grown-up audience that witnessed Andreas Matuska’s verbal blowout taking all of 2 minutes and 59 seconds. He couldn’t provide a shred of evidence for his claims of course; where from?
He actually claimed that Lyoness/Lyconet had won every case all the way up the Norwegian court system ending in a final acquittal, and had never been prohibited. He won’t be able to prove any of his claims, but he will have an opportunity to explain himself in court. His performance was an open invitation to litigation.
Of course we enquired about his claims with the Norwegian authorities on 12 May 2020, and received a prompt reply:
Dear Mr. Ecker,
This is not true. Lyoness is an illegal pyramid scheeme. The police in Norway have closed the review of Lyoness for capacity reasons. They have not investigated the business.
The police’s closure does not change the Gaming Authority, the Complaint Board and the Oslo City Attorney’s decisions that Lyoness must stop all operations in Norway. We also warn against Lyoness. You can read more about this on our website (only in Norwegian) – https://lottstift.no/nb/om-oss/aktuelt/politiet-har-henlagt-anmeldelsen-av-lyoness-av-kapasitetshensyn/.
Monica XXXXXXX XXXXXX
Tel: +47 57 82 XX XX
Mobile: +47 99 28 XX XX
Andreas Matuska’s followers might believe this rubbish, but there may still be some free-thinking marketer to take the effort and go to the authorities about Matuska’s claims. Mr. Matuska, we invite you to publish just one document from the Norwegian authorities that would prove your ridiculous claims.