Just in case anybody had any lingering doubts that John Wanoa’s attempt to sell 999,999,999,999 MAXIMUM registered shares or 1 of 1 trillion shares in his “Maoi Power House Group” Tidal Energy Platform Bridge is not just a sham but an intentional criminal scam, give this a watch:
In this video, Wanoa conducts a Skype interview with a person he identifies as Harald Link, the Bangkok-based head of B. Grimm Group, which has holdings in power, real estate, transport, and infrastructure.
The video compares the person speaking with Wanoa to clips of the real Harald Link. From a comparison of the voices, it’s very clear that they are two different people, and that Wanoa is intentionally trying to convince his dwindling group of victims that his “project” is totally legitimate.
In the interview with Wanoa, Fake Link expresses approval in principle for the project, but says it’s too early for him to get fully involved at this stage:
We tried out to buy project…. I am a businessman, and I always try to ensure that I am always in the both sides, you understand. …
I understand and I love what you are doing, but for my business’ sake I will just have to wait behind until you combat successfully the problem you have with the Queen. …
Despite this seemingly inauspicious start, Wanoa and Fake Link move on to discuss cryptocurrency, about which Fake Link seems surprisingly enthusiastic:
Fake Link: You said you had a friend who is quite conversant with cryptocurrency?
Fake Link: You can talk to her about what you are doing so she’ll help you confirm the process, you know?
Wanoa: She’s gonna run the metrics.
Fake Link: Yes, let her help you confirm the process because I told you that … the money is already there for you…
Fake Link: Therefore you have to explain to her … she will help you process it, and then you will receive the money. You know Bitcoin is real, it is real money that is there but you don’t really understand it very well.
Wanoa’s accomplice-in-fraud is clearly trying to reassure any potentially nervous “investors” that they needn’t worry themselves about the money they toss into this scam—Wanoa might not always understand the details, but he’s got an internationally known billionaire businessman standing right behind him, advising and encouraging him all the way.
Except…he’s not real. Much like the fairytales Wanoa is peddling.
Our question to Wanoa’s other co-conspirators, Matt Taylor and Andy Devine: would you please explain to your followers exactly why Wanoa is claiming to be chatting with Harald Link, when the person he’s speaking to is quite obviously an imposter?
Before any more of your deluded followers toss money they can ill afford into Wanoa’s capacious pockets, we think you owe them at least that much explanation.