“It could be Juicy Fields 2.0, the same people trying again, but
looking at all the information and all the communication we’ve seen,
they are more or less completely occupied with hiding their tracks.
“So, I’m not quite sure they have the time and the resources to do
this again. From my point of view, I would say that these are just
copycats, some other people.”
Lars said at first glance of Luxborg that is was a fake luxborg as Lars has seen this many times before. He is now being used as an escapegoat for the people behind JF. Its not fun to be “Graf von Luxborg” now. And yet the real criminals sit comfortably with the money in the shadows.
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““It’s absolutely mind-blowing – and we’re hardened lawyers who’ve seen it all,” he said.
“Combining them, he estimates that investors are likely to have lost more than €700 million in investments, adding that it was “no less than €500 million”.”