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WeWe Global provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company.
WeWe Global’s website domain (“wewe.global”) was registered in January 2020.
The owner of the domain is “DigiTech Service LTD”, through an incomplete address in the British Virgin Islands.
The purpose of this entire discussion about WeWe Global is to point to the fact that it is nothing but a traditional crypto Ponzi scheme. The company is only making tall claims about being involved in various crypto trading and mining processes.
However, the business model of the company shows that it is completely relying on investment from the affiliates. WeWe.Global does not seem to have any source of external revenue. Therefore, the company can collapse at any time due to a lack of recruitment.
“José Antonio Gordo Valero,” who apparently targeted several articles for removal or de-indexing which refer to the collapse of OneCoin, a Bulgaria-based company later revealed to be an illicit investment scheme. OneCoin drew in investors by pretending to offer them access to a high-return cryptocurrency, reportedly raising $4 billion before being exposed as a fraud. The company’s founder, Ruja Ignatova, disappeared sometime around 2017 but was charged in absentia for money laundering, wire fraud, and conspiracy to commit securities fraud in the U.S.
An entrepreneur named José Gordo joined OneCoin in 2015 and has been named in an indictment for the OneCoin scam in Argentina. The articles listed next to Gordo’s name in the documents reviewed by Rest of World include references to his role at the company.