Glasgow resident Jen McAdams, a victim of OneCoin Ponzi scheme has received sexual and violent threats from OneCoin supporters for speaking out against the project.
“It is horrible, the abuse is vile and the threats feel very real to me, I’m always looking over my shoulder now. It is taking its toll on my health but I will not give up until me and the thousands of other OneCoin victims like me see some form of justice,” Jen McAdams told.
The woman put un the project £8,000 ($10,160) and invited her friends to invest a further £220,000 ($280,000), all of which has been lost.
Based in Bulgaria, OneCoin denies charges it’s a pyramid scheme and continues to be traded on some exchanges. The scheme have raised billions of dollars before OneCoin’s founder Dr Ruja Ignatova was charged with wire fraud, securities fraud and money laundering by U.S. authorities.
About 70,000 U.K. citizens purchased £96 million ($122 million) worth of OneCoin alone and have yet to receive a refund.