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В Украине: Действия по наказанию организаторов и соучастников аферы Questra/AGAM и остановке деятельности мошенников

Posted by Temp User - June 11, 2017 - Россия
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В Украине

Символика:  – Выполнено   – Выполняется

План действий в рамках действий по наказанию организаторов и соучастников аферы Questra/AGAM и остановке деятельности мошенников на территории Украины:

 Сбор всех данных (видео, фотографии, пояснения, вся информация публичная и не публичная об организаторах и доказательствах аферы, адреса, ФИО) и формирование данных в единый документ, с распечаткой фотографий, с записью всех видео на носители и распечатку всех данных в письменном формате

 Перевод всех показаний и доказательств на украинский язык

 Отправка всех жалоб и пакета с документами во все главные отделения соответствующих органов в Украине (МВД, СБУ, Генеральная Прокуратура, Внешняя разведка) и центральные отделения Киева

 Уведомление украинских властей и соответствующих органов, что на территории Украины мошенничеством занимаются граждане Российской Федерации (по всей территории Украины с учетом оборотов преступной ОПГ)

 Отправка всех жалоб и пакета с документами в посольство Испании, с целью запретить указанным организаторам передвигаться по территории ЕС/Шенгена и совершать свои противоправные действия

 Инкриминируется создание финансовой пирамиды организованной преступной группой, мошенничество в крупном размере, отмывание денежных средств полученных преступным путем, неуплата налогов, незаконная банковская деятельность, использование теневых денежных капиталов для совершения и финансирования незаконных действий на территории страны, проверка финансирования терроризма. Вывод средств на территорию России и заграницу, возможно вывод через ДНР и ЛНР

 После выполнения всех пунктов опубликовать фото-отчет

Полезные новости:
Финансовую пирамиду Questra Holdings Inc, Questra World, Atlantic Global Asset Management запретили в Польше, Испании, Лихтенштейне, Казахстане, Австрии, Бельгии, Чехии, Словении, Великобритании
Уголовные дела в Казахстане: Финансовая пирамида Questra World и AGAM
Финансовая пирамида Questra привлекла внимание прокуратуры Казахстана
Афера лопнула: Questra World и Atlantic Global Asset Management не выплачивают деньги в Украине, Германии, Казахстане и Польшешаблоны для dle 11.2

 

В Украине: Действия по наказанию организаторов и соучастников аферы Questra/AGAM и остановке деятельности мошенников

Posted by Temp User - June 11, 2017 - Россия
0

В Украине

Символика:  – Выполнено   – Выполняется

План действий в рамках действий по наказанию организаторов и соучастников аферы Questra/AGAM и остановке деятельности мошенников на территории Украины:

 Сбор всех данных (видео, фотографии, пояснения, вся информация публичная и не публичная об организаторах и доказательствах аферы, адреса, ФИО) и формирование данных в единый документ, с распечаткой фотографий, с записью всех видео на носители и распечатку всех данных в письменном формате

 Перевод всех показаний и доказательств на украинский язык

 Отправка всех жалоб и пакета с документами во все главные отделения соответствующих органов в Украине (МВД, СБУ, Генеральная Прокуратура, Внешняя разведка) и центральные отделения Киева

 Уведомление украинских властей и соответствующих органов, что на территории Украины мошенничеством занимаются граждане Российской Федерации (по всей территории Украины с учетом оборотов преступной ОПГ)

 Отправка всех жалоб и пакета с документами в посольство Испании, с целью запретить указанным организаторам передвигаться по территории ЕС/Шенгена и совершать свои противоправные действия

 Инкриминируется создание финансовой пирамиды организованной преступной группой, мошенничество в крупном размере, отмывание денежных средств полученных преступным путем, неуплата налогов, незаконная банковская деятельность, использование теневых денежных капиталов для совершения и финансирования незаконных действий на территории страны, проверка финансирования терроризма. Вывод средств на территорию России и заграницу, возможно вывод через ДНР и ЛНР

 После выполнения всех пунктов опубликовать фото-отчет

Полезные новости:
Финансовую пирамиду Questra Holdings Inc, Questra World, Atlantic Global Asset Management запретили в Польше, Испании, Лихтенштейне, Казахстане, Австрии, Бельгии, Чехии, Словении, Великобритании
Уголовные дела в Казахстане: Финансовая пирамида Questra World и AGAM
Финансовая пирамида Questra привлекла внимание прокуратуры Казахстана
Афера лопнула: Questra World и Atlantic Global Asset Management не выплачивают деньги в Украине, Германии, Казахстане и Польшешаблоны для dle 11.2

 

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A Great Loss, A Great Man

Posted by sarajane - January 21, 2013 - Uncategorized
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050412-MLB-St-Louis-Cardinals-Stan-Musial-gallery_20120504195938283_107_80I was born a St. Louis Cardinal baseball fan.  I grew up in southern Indiana–almost a straight west 4 hour drive to St. Louis.  My Daddy was a St. Louis Cardinal fan as were most of the people who lived in the area where I grew up.Read on…

It Happened Again

Posted by sarajane - January 2, 2013 - Uncategorized
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CalendarAt 12:01 am on Tuesday, January 1, it happened again.  Another year started.  I am grateful.  Just a couple of weeks before, we passed what many believed to be the date for the end of times.  Even though it had not happened yet, it looked as though the country was not going to go over the fiscal cliff and perhaps there is hope for better times.  My family and I are alive, healthy, employed, sheltered, fed, clothed, etc.  I passed 25 years of marriage. I have a new nephew-in-law and a new great niece. Life is good.  I have many reasons to be happy.Read on…

A Great New Tool-Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go

Posted by sarajane - September 14, 2012 - Uncategorized
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It’s ironic that we sometimes pick up just the right book at the right time.  It speaks to us.  It provides practical advice.  It contributes to our personal growth and success.  Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go is one such book. Co-authored by Beverly Kaye and Julie Winkle Giulioni, this book is an essential read for managers who are attempting to retain their star performers….or who are trying to encourage their average performers to excel.  As the term employee “engagement” becomes more and more the focus, the information in this book will help managers assist their employees in their career development.  It contains lots of “how to” hints and lists of questions to use in conversations with employees.  So, you’ don’t have to try to think of everything yourself–this book lays it out for you!

A good side benefit of reading the book is that you, as an individual or if you are not a manager, can use the questions and the suggestions for own growth!  If your stuck at a place in your job and you are looking for ways to be more engaged, be more satisfied, and be more passionate, answering the questions may encourage you to take the initiative to create your own career path!  As a leadership trainer and coach, Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go, gave me lots of ideas for supporting my clients and trainees in my classes.

Written in an easy to read style with lots of great examples and wonderful quotes for motivation, this book will be a great addition to your professional library.  I had the privilege of reviewing this book for the publisher, Berrett-Koehler, as it was being developed.  I found it to send a very positive message about enhancing the performance of our employees and helping others to be tryly engaged in their work.

The official release date is September 18.  Be one of the first ones to purchase this book and put it to use!  You’ll love it!

I Love Back to School Time!

Posted by sarajane - August 27, 2012 - Uncategorized
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The children in Mississippi have been back to school for almost a month now.  Colleges opened for fall term last week.  I think it’s a wonderful time of year!  I’m probably being very optimistic when I say that it’s great to see all of them excited about being back in school.  I hope that they are.  School–no matter what level–provides so many opportunities.  I’m not back in school (although I would love to be) and I don’t have any children going.  So, why do I love back to school time?Read on…

The Flame is Out. Is the Fire?

Posted by sarajane - August 13, 2012 - Uncategorized
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We’ve just spent 17 days watching the Olympics.  I was pleasantly surprised how much my husband and I actually watched them because we often knew nothing about the sport or event we were watching.  Yet, we stayed tuned.  It’s not like we didn’t have any other choices.  We’re one of those households with the 200 + stations to watch.

I was inspired by the athletes and their stories.  So many of them had suffered through many trials to get to where they were.  Some of them were more privileged with what you know are expensive coaches and training centers.  However, they all had to practice an extreme amount of self-discipline, patience, and endurance to get to the Olympic games.  You could tell how grateful some of them were just to be there and when they spoke of their parents, their coaches, or their teammates.

There was a lot of pride shown when the athletes talked about how they wanted to represent their country and win for their country.  Even the multi-millionaire basketball players seemed motivated by the fact that they were Team USA.

It was wonderful that the US won so many medals.  We have a lot of gifted and dedicated athletes.  I thought it was fantastic when someone won a medal for a smaller country and earned what may have been the first medal that country had ever won in the games.

The opening and closing ceremonies had their great moments.  I thought the opening was interesting, even if it didn’t produce the excitement that I felt from Beijing.  I wasn’t familiar with a lot of the songs and artists depicted in the closing ceremonies although it seemed like most of the crowd was and they were having a great time.  I did enjoy everyone singing about the “bright side of life.”

The highlight of both the opening and the closing to me has always been lighting and extinguishing the flame.  It was a wonderful idea to have individual flames of the 204 countries come together to form the single cauldron that burned throughout the games.  It seems like it really is like that–for at least these 17 days, the world was one–focused on the games and the athletes.  Yes, there was competition but it wasn’t hatred and war.  So when the flames lowered and became individual once again, I couldn’t help but think if that meant things would go back to business as usual once again.  Would we return to being countries who fought each other or criticized each others’ way of life?

It is my hope that the fire stays burning.  I know that the athletes are inspired and that they inspired many others during the games.  I loved the very up-to-date commercials that showed athletes winning their medals and breaking world records while being watched by a younger Olympian-to-be who changed his goal that he had posted for his daily viewing.  I thought it was great that Michael Phelps said that he had attained all the goals that he had set for himself in his life and now it was time to have some different ones.  He knows that having a goal is so important to being motivated to achieve.

It is my hope that the fire stays burning for the world, too.  Can we leave the games but take with us the spirit of friendly competition, the joy of supporting each other, and the love of a common goal?  Olympians simply want to be the best that they can be at their sport.  Let’s hope that inspires the world to be the best it can be.

Thank You Stephen Covey

Posted by sarajane - July 24, 2012 - Uncategorized
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Last week, we lost a great contributor to leadership and personal development, Stephen Covey.  His passing was quiet–just a little blurb on the Internet and a mention on CNN.  After all, there was European economics, the drought, Penn State, and Aurora to talk about.  Don’t get me wrong–those things were all very important.  I just felt there needed to be a little more attention given to the author of one of the greatest selling leadership/self-help books of all time who significantly impacted the course of business for the last several decades.

I wasn’t a great fan of seeing Stephen Covey in person.  At conferences, I didn’t care for having to wait outside the hall for several hours prior to his presentation; so, I decided to let others who hadn’t seen him have my seat.  I am, however, a great fan of his books and his audio programs.  There was something about his quiet, soothing voice and manner that would keep my attention and motivate me to attempt to make changes in my behavior.  My favorite has always been, Living the Seven Habits, because it provides practical application of those principles.  I attended the Seven Habits Workshop in New Orleans in 1995 and, as a Franklin Covey certified facilitator, have been exposed to his work for many years.

I remember the first time I saw the video about the “Big Rocks” when Covey is making the point about “Putting First Things First.”  Since it was a video, even if it was at a live event, I concluded that the exercise was rigged.  I couldn’t see how the same rocks that wouldn’t fit in one bucket would fit in the other bucket just because the order they were put in the bucket changed.  So, I had to try it myself.  I got my own buckets, rocks, and sand.  Wouldn’t you know it?  It worked!  After that, I never used the video in my classes–I used the real thing so that others could see that putting the big rocks in first was legitimate.  That exercise has a significant impact on attendees who are struggling with time management and what matters most.

All of the 7 Habits (and the 8th one, too) are important.  I do have my favorites. Of course, Habit #3, Putting First Things First is high on my list.  Next, I’d have to go with Habit #5, Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood.  This is so important to leaders in developing listening skills and an attitude of servant leadership where others’ needs take precedent over your own.  Habit #2, Begin with the End in Mind, is essential to understanding goal setting, project management, and just everyday visioning of what needs to be accomplished.

Naturally, since I am a trainer and a coach, Habit #7 is my favorite–Sharpen the Saw.  Everyone needs to practice continuous learning and growth.  Everyone needs to take care of their health, nurture their relationships, and strengthen their spiritual side.  Everyone needs to re-energize–take a break in order to regain the passion and vigor needed to be their best.  And, they need to find a balance in taking care of all of these dimensions of their lives.

Stephen Covey may not have coined all the names for things that he used; yet we need to thank him for bringing them to the forefront.  Such things such as emotional bank account, circle of influence/concern, Quadrant II thinking, and public/private victory are all terms and principles that have been integrated into the leadership practices of many.  His work will be a part of leadership development for many decades to come.

I thank Stephen Covey for what I learned from him and for all the material and resources that he shared that I use in my leadership/management classes.  I thank him for the influence that he has had on the leaders of our nation and the world.  I thank Stephen Covey for hopefully making me a “highly effective person.”  I hope that you have reasons to thank him too.

After All, She’s Still the Same Dog

Posted by sarajane - July 9, 2012 - Uncategorized
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We’ve had our adopted dog, Allie, for three years now.  She’s a chow/collie mix with an enormous amount of fur–especially in the summer for some strange reason. The vet says her shedding cycle is just off; so, she’s a ball of fluff in the summer and  more sleek in the winter.  My husband and I have always loved her “look” and, unfortunately, I have been selfish about that when considering her comfort in the Mississippi heat.  We have not cut her fur coat in the summer because she is such a pretty dog and we would lose that “unique” quality if we gave her a snip.Read on…