July 9 this year, the English-language resource Сoinidol.com published an article “The Arrest Of The Organizer Of Crypto Currency Scam Worldcore Pavel Krymov: Deceived Depositors Are Represented By International Law Firm”, which translated into Russian means: “The arrest of the organizer of the crypto Scam Worldcore Pavel Krymov: defrauded international law firm protects investors “. The content of the material is similar to all the publications that came out earlier in the framework of the information attack on our company by Alexander Prochuhan, Czesław Pestjuk and the rest of the Questra asset World. Subsequently, the text was changed: the editors added in the beginning, and the end of the article notes that this material is paid for by third parties, respectively, may contain false information or does not correspond to reality. The administration of the site at the beginning of the publication writes:
“The source of this text is a person with email: [email protected]
The team of Coinidol.com received information from Denys Kastin, Junior lawyer of the company “Law & Trust” that there is no connection between EUPSP, project Worldcore and Pavel Krymov. “
Translation of the remarks is as follows: “The source of this text — a man with a mailbox [email protected] Team Coinidol.com received information from Denis Castine, Junior lawyer of “Law & Trust”, that there is no connection between Worldcore belonging EUPSProvider, and Pavel Krymov”. Then begins the article with a note “original” text, indicating that passage in the initial location did not change — had been published the version that was sent to the customer.
Due to the absolute inappropriate, we will not publish all material, and fast forward right to the end. There we see the following message from the administration website.
Editors directly declare the following:
Disclaimer: this press release is paid for and provided by a third party for information purposes only and should not be construed as an endorsement CoinIdol. We take no responsibility and give no warranty that the contents of the article correspond to reality. Readers should conduct their research before investing in any company.
Coinidol.com faithfully explores the content of any text before the publication, mainly if it is provided by a third party and paid for as an advertisement.
Coinidol.com command received information from Denis Kastin, a junior associate company “Law & Trust that there is no connection between the Worldcore, owned by EUPSProvider, and Pavel Krymov.
We received validation information E&Y Consulting company EUPSProvider and a copy of the certificate that ensures compliance with the PCI DSS requirements.
All the above indicates the following: Alexander Prochukhan and other managers (as well as beneficiaries Questra World) continue their activities towards diverting the attention of law enforcement and defrauded investors from his people, still trying to hold events as part of the information attack on the Worldcore. Mostly, the goal of any custom — made article is to cause reputational damage to our company, to get people to believe in our involvement in cheating Questra World. The only thing today’s media and information portals that have agreed previously to publish custom materials about Worldcore or posted on its website false information taken from open sources, today or deleting these articles, or bring a public apology Worldcore for libel.
So, earlier we have published some papers in which he said that the media begin to remove the paid-for publication. For example, after treatment Worldcore the court Rusbase removes material in the pretrial order, thereby agreeing to put forward by us in the lawsuit accusations and demands. The not less important event happens almost after: authoritative portal BitJournal a public apology Worldcore and denies our connection to Pavel Krymov, voiced on the newspaper’s website earlier.