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Post by Purpleskyz on Thu Dec 27, 2018 11:48 am

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Dave and his scammers have been reported to SEC. No joke. Lets hope they get  him and the others at - https://meta1coin.com/


Thanks to Carl Spackler: http://www.oom2.com/t60277-dave-schmidt-new-scam-meta1-coin#133669

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Post by Ssmith on Thu Dec 27, 2018 2:26 pm

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Post by Ssmith on Thu Dec 27, 2018 4:39 pm

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Post by Sam I Am on Thu Dec 27, 2018 6:31 pm

We can hope, but let's not get our hopes up too much.  The day I see Douchebag Dave in an orange suit with handcuffs (the law enforcement type) will be the best day since the BH Group were hauled off in 2012, but these things take time and patience. Thanks Ssmith & PurpleSkyz.

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Post by Purpleskyz on Thu Dec 27, 2018 6:50 pm

Yes it seems like forever that the authorities just can't be bothered with this low level crime. So we wait and keep plugging along in the hopes we save some poor sap from getting sucked into their fraudulent schemes!
You hear that Dave, the disgraced senator? We will keep on calling you out until you are no longer in the scamming business!!!



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Post by RamblerNash on Thu Dec 27, 2018 10:20 pm

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Post by Purpleskyz on Thu Dec 27, 2018 11:33 pm

Looks like Dave has had to much to drink as that makes no sense.


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Post by RamblerNash on Sun Dec 30, 2018 5:40 pm

Maybe Dave got the Ocean Plasma recipe mixed up or his crystals weren't charged enough? LOL






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Post by RamblerNash on Mon Jan 07, 2019 11:24 am

Informed Investor Advisory: Cryptocurrencies
Are you an informed investor?

Be Cautious of the Crypto Investment Craze




Cryptocurrencies burst into the investing mainstream in 2017 as the values of some virtual coins and tokens skyrocketed, led by Bitcoin. Mainstream media now feature daily coverage of new cryptocurrencies, coin exchanges, and related investment products. Stories of “crypto millionaires” have attracted some investors to try their hand at investing in cryptocurrencies or crypto-related investments. But stories of those who bet big and lost are now starting to appear.
Before you jump into the crypto craze, be mindful that cryptocurrencies and related financial products may be nothing more than public facing fronts for Ponzi schemes and other frauds. And because these products do not fall neatly into the existing federal/state regulatory framework, it may be easier for the promoters of these products to fleece you. Investing in cryptocurrencies and related financial products accordingly should be seen for what it is: extremely risky speculation with a high risk of loss.





What is a Cryptocurrency?


Cryptocurrencies are digital assets created by companies or individuals that take the form of a virtual coin or token. Anyone can create a cryptocurrency. Cryptocurrencies are intangible and exist only on the internet. Central banks and other governmental authorities do not insure or control cryptocurrencies. You cannot always exchange them for other fiat currencies (i.e., currencies declared “legal tender” by governments), such as the U.S. or Canadian dollar or Mexican peso.
Cryptocurrencies trade on unregulated, opaque exchanges on which there may be little or no opportunity to independently verify their true market value. And given the newness and uniqueness of cryptocurrencies and related instruments, they do not yet have a clear place in the existing framework of financial regulation.
Federal and state regulators are actively working to combat cryptocurrency-related frauds and to develop legislative or rule changes that will establish a more appropriate regulatory framework for cryptocurrencies. Investors should be aware that, at least for now, cryptocurrencies and related instruments trade without the investor protections that regulation provides.





Crypto-Investment Products


Investors looking to get in on what some people consider a modern-day gold rush are finding new investment options opening up to them all the time. Many of these solicitations are marketed aggressively through social media. For example, there are initial coin offerings (ICOs) or initial token offerings (ITOs). When an issuer makes an ICO or ITO, it sells “coins” or “tokens” in order to fund a proposed project. These coins or tokens are not the same as common stock or other securities.
While these offerings may sound like an initial public offering (IPO), they could not be more different. IPOs operate in a highly regulated environment. While securities or commodities regulations apply to ICOs and ITOs, many are unregistered and operate outside of these investor protection regulatory requirements.
Investors also are being pitched crypto-investment funds that pool investors’ assets in order to give them exposure to cryptocurrencies and ICOs or ITOs. Even some public companies are trying to cash in on the crypto-craze by changing their business models and names to attract capital.





Common Schemes


Fraudsters exploit trends by creating schemes that capitalize on new or popular investment products. This is the case with cryptocurrencies and crypto-investments. Here are a few crypto-related schemes:
Fake digital wallets: A digital wallet is used to store, send and receive cryptocurrencies. Scammers design a fake digital wallet to lure users into providing their private key or code that enables the wallet to open. Once a scammer receives the private key, he or she can steal all the cryptocurrency from the owner’s digital wallet.
Pump-and-dumps: Groups of individuals coordinate to buy a thinly-traded cryptocurrency, promote the cryptocurrency on social media to push up demand and the price, and then sell it in a coordinated sale. The price plummets and those unaware of the scheme are left with the devalued cryptocurrency.
Multi-level marketing platforms: Companies lure investors through the promise of high interest with low risk. These
investors are then incentivized to recruit more members.
For example: A company creates a new token or coin and sells it to investors in exchange for a cryptocurrency with a higher perceived value, such as Bitcoin. The company claims to have some method, often portrayed as “secret” or “proprietary,” that pays investors unusually high daily “interest” on its coin. The company promises commissions to promoters who recruit new investors. The promoters rely heavily on social media platforms (including Reddit, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram) to hype the schemes and attract new investors, often using the promise of too-good-to-be-true investment returns (for example, 1 percent daily returns). Eventually the company stops paying “interest” and shuts down the program, keeping the invested cryptocurrency and leaving investors with worthless tokens or coins.





Common Concerns


Here are some common concerns investors should consider before investing in any offering containing cryptocurrency:
Volatility: Cryptocurrency markets are highly volatile, making them unsuitable for most investors looking to meet long-term savings or retirement goals.
No recourse: Cryptocurrency and many crypto-related investments are subject to minimal regulatory oversight, and there may be no recourse should the cryptocurrency disappear due to a cybersecurity breach or hack.
Untraceable: Cryptocurrency or crypto-related investments only exist on the internet. Issuers can be located anywhere in the world, so it may be impossible to trace and recover lost funds through the courts.
Uninsured: Cryptocurrency accounts are not insured by U.S. or Canadian depository insurance.
Unregulated: Cryptocurrency investors rely upon unregulated exchanges that may lack appropriate internal controls, making them susceptible to fraud, theft and hacking.
Hackable: Creating a digital wallet to store cryptocurrency involves installing software on an investor’s computer. As with any software download, hackers may include malicious code.
Vulnerable: Purchasers of cryptocurrencies rely on the strength of their own computer systems as well as systems provided by third parties to protect purchased cryptocurrencies from theft.





The Bottom Line


As with any new type of product, fraudsters are willing and ready to exploit the hype around cryptocurrencies and related products for their own purposes. Cryptocurrencies and related products are not functional equivalents of traditional banking, securities or insurance investment products.
If you choose to invest in a cryptocurrency or related product, be prepared to lose the entire amount of your investment. Before making any financial decisions, do your homework and contact your state or provincial securities regulator. Contact information is available on NASAA’s website, here.





Other Resources


North American Securities Administrators Association (NASAA)



US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)



Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC)



Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA)



Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA)




State Securities Regulators Take Action


Examples of Recent Enforcement Actions by NASAA Members
California


  • In the Matter of USFIA, Inc., et al. ([url=http://www.dbo.ca.gov/Press/press_releases/2015/USFIA Desist and Refrain Order Signed 10-01-15.pdf]Order[/url]) (10-01-2015)


Massachusetts



New Jersey


  • In the Matter of Bitstrade (Order) (02-09-2018)


North Carolina



South Carolina


  • In the Matter of Swiss Gold Global, Inc. and Genesis Mining, Ltd. (Order No. 17021) (03-09-2018)


Texas




http://www.nasaa.org/44848/informed-investor-advisory-cryptocurrencies/
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Post by RamblerNash on Tue Jan 08, 2019 11:37 pm

What an interesting statement...


ORDER THAT PLAINTIFF SHALL FILE AN AMENDED COMPLAINT ONLY AS TO HER CONSPIRACY AND FORGERY CLAIMS BY 4/13/18; ETC.. SIGNED BY HONORABLE PAUL S. DIAMOND ON 3/29/18. 3/29/18 ENTERED AND E-MAILED.(jl, ) (Entered: 03/29/2018)


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Post by RamblerNash on Thu Jan 24, 2019 11:18 pm

Cha-Ching!!!

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Post by Carl Spackler on Mon Jan 28, 2019 9:42 am

If  you do the math of the  number of people there ( looking  at pics) he is not making a lot on the workshops. Even assuming  50 -70 people at $80 each after hotel, flights, room rentals for workshop, etc. I don't think that is where his $  is made. The Meta1 coin which they all are  HEAVILY promoting is the scam bread winner. If even 25 of these people at each workshop invest only $1000 times 10 workshops thats a quarter of a million dollars - and no overhead or product as they simply take the cash from the dim witted "investors" , log the info ON A SPREADSHEET, and move onto the next workshop. Its quite a scam!

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Post by Carl Spackler on Sun Sep 15, 2019 9:23 pm

I don’t think these Meta 1 scammers are smart enough to grasp the legal shitstorm they are potentially involved in. If you look at the recent Dave Schmidt workshop posts and pictures creepy Richard and that total nut case Maryanne O’Malley are still working the scam. A while back I called to ask Maryanne questions about the art. I swear on my kids life it was like talking to a retarded brain dead idiot. Maryanne makes Dunlap look smart. Think I am kidding? Call and talk to that bug eyed half wit Maryanne yourself! My morning stools have more character!

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Post by RamblerNash on Sun Sep 15, 2019 10:48 pm

Robert certainly doesn't have a grasp on what the court case is about.

Robert and/or Meta 1 Coin didn't pay for the art they claimed they owned and it was backing the cyrpto currency they are promoting.

The filings he has made in his appeal, so far, kind of show that.

Even Dave should be smart enough to see it, yet he still made youtube videos and had workshops with Robert.

Let's not forget Dave is a board member, has a background in banking and finance, and claims to be a stooge with regards to Meta 1.

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