Sol of Rus' ponzi organizers deceive 800 pensioners
According to journalists, in just a few days 800 pensioners, who got the offer to invest in the development of a unique salt deposit, were deceived.
The Sol of Rus' ponzi has stolen billions of rubles from Russian pensioners. All of them were offered a profitable investment in a startup for the extraction of salt ore. The defrauded investors appealed to the court, but the judges did not consider the company as a financial pyramid. The Daily Storm reports about it.
According to journalists, in just a few days 800 pensioners, who got an offer to invest in the development of a unique salt deposit, were deceived. The company promised to build a plant in the Belbazhskoye field.
Hundreds of claims to the company are now filed with the courts. However, decisions are usually rendered not in favor of investors, because people voluntarily signed an agreement.
According to the edition, 19 percent of the shares belong to former head of the parish of the Transfiguration in the Moscow district of Belyaevo Vyacheslav Chikalin. The controlling stake is owned by entrepreneurs Sergey Zikratsky and Maxim Kryuchkov. At the same time, according to sources, Zikratsky was tried for robbery in the early 2000s. His business colleague, Maxim Kryuchkov, turned out to be associated with famous Orthodox businessman Konstantin Malofeev. Kryuchkov is listed as the head of the ANO Center for Paleoethnological Research, which belongs to the Malofeev's Foundation.
Journalists failed to get comments from entrepreneurs on the activities of the financial pyramid at the time of publication.