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Grand scam cartel of Jorge Sebastiao, Dan Settgast and YEM coin

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While hundreds and thousands of people in the crypto world already are feeling horrified at the serialized investigative report published by this newspaper exposing notorious scamming acts of Bank Bene Merenti, YEM coin and Dan Settgast, our investigative reporters have found extremely shocking information. Based on our information, authorities in the United States, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) as well as authorities in the United Arab Emirates and other African countries should initiate immediate investigation into the matter and bring criminal charges against each of the members of this grand scam cartel.

Dan Settgast is one of the kingpins of the scam cartel named Bank Bene Merenti, which has been robbing-off hundreds of millions of dollars through fake YEM crypto by fooling people through false claims and well-orchestrated propaganda. By pretending as an affiliate of the Bank of Japan, this scam cartel is mainly cheating people from Uganda, Nigeria, Ghana, Burkina Faso as well as South Asian countries such as Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. According to credible sources, this racket has also expanded network in the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Lebanon, Jordan, Oman, Bahrain, Syria and UAE.

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Media reports claim, Bank Bene Merenti has so far collected more than US$2.14 trillion by fooling people who lack adequate knowledge inter-based scam cartels in the world of crypto. These reports said, the YEM coin crypto which is sold by Bank Bene Meneti and few of its co-gangs is non-existent and people putting money into this fraudulent venture would definitely lose everything.

Exposing Jorge Sebastiao

Indian news portal Eastern Herald in its report said, the name of Bank Bene Merenti’s flashed during a crypto launch event in Dubai. EcoX event agency launched this event in Grand Millennium Hotel in Downtown Dubai. Another name came into the light the ‘YEM coin’. They also coined this term with an abbreviation – Your Everyday Money.

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EcoX senior management, including Jorge Sebastiao, was also available during the event to endorse this fraudulent YEM coin’s promoters.

Here is a big question. What are the relations between EcoX, Jorge Sebastiao and Bank Bene Merenti scam cartel? Here is the shocking answer!

According to information, Bank Bene Merenti and YEM coin cartel is running under the umbrella of another entity named ‘YEM Foundation’, a domestic non-profit corporation registered in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA as a non-profit company. Company Number: E0553072017-8. Native Company Number” E0553072017-8. YEM Foundation does not have its own office in the US. Instead it uses a virtual office address provided by a company named PHYSICALADDRESS.COM.

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Our investigative reporter in the US has already checked every detail of the YEM Foundation, and found that the YEM coin and Bank Bene Merenti scam cartel is using this US non-profit as a shield of their criminal activities. It is also learnt from credible source that hundreds of millions of cheat-fund of Bank Bene Merenti, YEM coin, Dan Settgast, Jorge Sebastiao and other members of YEM Foundation scam ring is secretly deposited in various offshore accounts with the help of the Nevada-based company that provides virtual office address (304 S JONES BLVD, Las Vegas, NV, 89107) to this cartel.

It is also learnt, Jorge Sebastiao, real name Nuno Jorge Da Cruz Sebastiao, a British national is the President of YEM Foundation and one of the top kingpins of the Bank Bene Merenti and YEM coin scam cartel.

Jorge Da Cruz Sebastiao is one of the key players in a Dubai-based company named EcoX, which has direct connections with Palestinian terrorist group Hamas. We shall expose EcoX in our following report.

To be continued

Next installment: Jordanian DJ scams people through YEM coin, sends cash to Hamas

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