Sign our petition – this is the best way to stop Freewallet scammers

In August 2023, we submitted a formal application to the NFIB (National Fraud Intelligence Bureau). It was no coincidence that information about the crime committed by the owners of Freewallet was submitted to this body. According to our data, Dmitry Gunyashov, the real leader of the project, now lives in London. The British police showed some carelessness. A bureau officer contacted us, but asked only general questions, after which he advised us to file a complaint at the local police station. Apparently, the management of the authority did not even understand that this was not an isolated case of scam.

To draw attention to the problem, we created an online petition, available at this link. To date, the petition has been signed by more than 70 people. But for this public appeal to be considered by the NFIB management, the number of signatories must exceed 100. Therefore, we ask everyone to add their signature, it will only take a few minutes!

It gives us an opportunity to stop Freewallet scammers

On August 2, 2023, we submitted a formal request to this authority to conduct an investigation. The crime report is registered under the number NFRC230806087223. Since the owners of the Freewallet site may reside in the United Kingdom, this crime is under the jurisdiction of law enforcement in the United Kingdom and the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau.

Some of the victims may also be residents of the UK. Some – live in other countries. According to sections 1, 2 Fraud Act 2006, a person is guilty of fraud if he is in breach of any of the sections listed in subsection (2) (which provide for different ways of committing the offence).A person is in breach of this section if he— dishonestly makes a false representation. owners commited false representation of a possibillity of cryptocurrency payments and then appropriated their victims digital asssets.

According to this, we ask you to sign this petition and we ask NFIB to investigate and bring the founders of the fraudulent Freewallet project to justice!

You may wonder what a simple petition has to do with the prospect of punishing fraudsters. Our answer: direct. Once NFIB staff receive official notification that a petition has reached 100 signatures, they will be required to fully review the petition. In it, we provided links to dozens of cases of asset theft and other evidence confirming the fraudulent nature of Freewallet. This is why every signature is important. Add it right now to start the process of an official investigation into the actions of Gunyashov and other scammers.