People in rural underdeveloped locations are generally hypnotised by the ‘registered in the UK’ and ‘soon-to-be-listed at Euronext’ stickers. Just the fact that the people are dumb does not mean that they are poor. There is always some gullible folks here and there who are eager to give away money to fraudsters in hope that there will high returns. Here’s what Roman Felik (Felyk) and Dmitriy Naguta are for. There will be no returns at all as fraudsters will spent the funds on lavish lifestyles, personal debt repayment and a set of fake IDs to get out of troubles. Ponzi schemes, such as ‘Helix Global Capital’, ‘Swiscoin’ and now ‘Instime’ are miraculously hard to crack. At least for the Eastern European authorities.
Dmitry Naguta Helix Global Capital and its prey
Let’s take a look on Helix Global Capital official web outlet – helixcapitalglobal.com. Let’s perform a standard scumbag detection routine:
- No management and no staff information – ✓Check!
- Copyright 2015 and no further news and updates – ✓Check!
- Unrealistic returns – ✓Check!
- Ponzi schematics and vague language on products and returns – ✓Check!
- Registered by an Ukrainian in Hong Kong, hosted in Israel – ✓Check!
- An overly ridiculous grammar and spelling – ✓Check!
And on top of that let’s enjoy the single fresh document on site:
Dmitry Naguta, Roman Felik, Boghdan Vorontsov and their dummy investment company
In 2016 General prosecution office of Ukraine and Security Service of Ukraine gathered enough information on the Helix Capital branch in Kyiv to perform arrests of the three on suspicion of serious fraud. While no ‘investors’ in Helix scheme ever got any money the three criminals were drowning in luxury – in their own eyes. Twelve cars (four cars for the each), seven high-grade apartments and thirty bank deposits were seized. But the case in general isn’t solved until today. The criminal investigation hasn’t prevented Dmitry Naguta, Roman Felik (Felyk), Boghdan Vorontsov from continuing their scam and even travelling abroad. In just a year Naguta bought another Bentley (license plate BX7777CT).
All in all there are dozens of criminal and civil cases launched against Helix and the three. Dmitry Naguta, Roman Felyk (Felik), Boghdan Vorontsov are suspected in fraud and other crimes in Ukraine and other countries. But they are free and continue their only business – to gather as much money as possible from the gullible peasants.
Roman Felik and the Instime scam
Roman Felik has a lot of histories to tell. He run an illegal casino in his home town of Ternopil. The casino was busted and the local criminals were left without their share. Roman Felik is in debts and each day, according to the sources, his debt is rising by $10,000. Felyk (Roman Felik) owes money not to the ‘investors’ he scammed. He owes to mafia people and that’s not the kind debts that are easily written off. To keep up with the pile he need to invent new scams. As Helix was widely compromised he invented another one – Instime affair.
What is Roman Felik Instime?
Instime is a MLM Ponzi scheme built around Instagram. It promises to artificially boost the blogger influence in exchange of promoting the Instime scam itself. Roman Felik (Felyk) ordered a press campaign to promote the scam and hired some locally known Instagram stars. Nah, of course there will be ‘tokens’ and ‘crypto’ with MLM features. It promises high returns and incredible opportunities. The opportunities to get ripped and help Roman Felik to repay his debts to the local mafia!