The Juicy Fields Case

This is the main website for the team behind the Juicy Fields class action ligitations.

The Juicy Fields scam is, unfortunately, a still-ongoing fraud, although the initial company was active between April 1, 2020 and July 13, 2022.

The premise behind the company was that they were able to allow retail investors to participate in the revolutionary new cannabis industry and profit, spectacularly by investing in the supposedly proprietary company model that allowed them to recieve unprecidented returns.

The company purported to be several things. The first was an investment fund that channeled investor money to legal and certified cannabis cultivators, worldwide. The second was claiming that the company was actually growing cannabis. The third was that it was acting as a broker to buy cannabis from cultivators and then sell it through licensed distributors. Finally, Juicy Fields claimed that it was so efficient and utilized ”cutting edge” technology to allow the company to pass on supposedly huge returns to those who supported this effort.

In fact, none of these things really occurred. The only thing Juicy Fields actually did was convince investors to become money mules, transferring literally telefoonhoesjes. nlwhat is the best replica watch sitenavigate herebest replica watch websites billions of euros from individual accounts to a bank in Cyprus. There was no cannabis ever bought and sold through the legitimate pharmaceutical market in Germany or anywhere else in Europe, South Africa and Latin America.

They were also very efficient in finding people to help them – individuals and companies we call ”facilitators.” These people, usually highly trained professionals, took large amounts of money to help the company perpetuate an illusion of credibility.

The litigation team associated with this project is focussed on:

A. Litigating large class action lawsuits against both large and small companies now identified as facilitators in national courts.

B. Creating an international legal team to assist with settlements

C. Forcing large systematic changes in both social media and banking regulations to prevent similar schemes from taking place in the future.

D. Creating better information for future investors.