Intervention in Emgoldex Operations in Colombia

The Superintendency of Companies has pointed to objective and known facts of illegal collection of money from the public by the operations of Emgoldex, which is also currently operating in Panama.

Friday, May 16, 2014

From a statement issued by the Superintendence of Companies of Colombia:

Superintendence ordered intervention of operations Emgoldex
in Colombia Bogota, May 12 (SS).

The Superintendency of Corporations, through Auto 2014-01-232874 of May 7, 2014, ordered the immediate suspension of operations of Emgoldex in the Republic of Colombia and intervention involving taking possession of the property, assets, business and heritage of the same and the following individuals:

Alejandro Morales Pérez, Gerardo Antonio García Granobles, Deladier Payares Cuadros, Gissell Cuevas Sayas and Rafael Enrique Pérez Ballen, promoters of the scheme in Colombia.

- There are objective and well-known facts of mass illegal collection of money from the public by the Emgoldex operation in Colombia.

- Emgoldex offered participants exorbitant yields, of over 600%, in periods of less than one month. These benefits did not come from growth in the price of the gold but from a pyramid structure that generates income only to the extent that new "investors" are brought into the scheme.

The Superintendency of Companies established that there are objective and well-known facts of massive illegal public fundraising where exorbitant returns where offered of over 600% of the investment in a timeframe of less than one (1) month.

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While in Colombia the activities of the company have already been outlawed, in Panama regulatory gaps have prevented a clear definition about the company from being made.

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The Superintendency of Banks has warned that the company, which is under intervention in Colombia, is not authorized to take investments from the public directly or indirectly.

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