G999 Boss Josip Heit allegedly involved in dirty human trafficking
The public prosecutor's office in Frankfurt is now also investigating the alleged banker Josip Heit. According to the investigators, the Croatian is a key figure in a network of human traffickers operating throughout Europe. Specifically, prosecutors are charging him with promoting prostitution, extortion, coercion, promoting child prostitution, tax evasion and fraud.
Josip Heit is officially the head of Gold Standard Banking Corporation AG (GSB) with an alleged registered office in Hamburg. However, investigations in Hamburg have revealed that the alleged company address is a letterbox company. GSB is a young company that launched the alleged cryptocurrency, G999. According to investigators, it is "a cover to distract from the alleged business."
If the investigations so far are correct, Croatian Josip Heit is "the German head" of a criminal network that stretches from Bulgaria to Romania, the Balkans and Germany. Heit is alleged to have procured prostitutes to Frankfurt and Stuttgart. But the alleged "banker" is also said to have set up an "offshoot of the criminal human trafficking ring" in southern France, where Josip Heit rented a villa for 50,000 euros a week. The German investigators worked closely with the French police.
The criminal network was uncovered after a close confidant of Josip Heit was arrested and is now testifying as a key witness. Investigators confirm that he "heavily incriminated" Josip Heit. Heit has since gone into hiding in Dubai and can no longer be reached via his alleged company addresses in Hamburg and Düsseldorf.
But even without these considerable accusations, Josip Heit is in big trouble. Former business partners are demanding more than 100 million euros that Heit ripped off with his fraud company, GSB. Thousands of investors have been ripped off by him with baseless promises. The Stuttgart public prosecutor's office is also investigating whether Josip Heit stole company secrets, which he is now selling as "G999 Blockchain". In fact, there are no such developments at GSB.
Josip Heit is currently trying to silence his critics with threats. With forged records and documents, emails and false affidavits, he is fighting a desperate battle for his non-existent millions. German movie starlet Sophia Thomalla, built up as a flagship icon of the G999 fraud network, has long since renounced Josip Heit – officially, her management refuses to comment.
Within a week, the price of the illegal G999 has risen by more than 170 percent. Also with the help of Heit's mafia friends who launder their dirty money with the alleged cryptocurrency – the G999 is now actually worth a cent. More information: www.josipheit.com
The U.S. editorial collective "Investigative One" has launched a new online project: www.josiphebdo.com. "We want to shed light on dark business networks and illegal methods," says Kaitlin Jackson, who is overseeing the current project around an alleged cryptocurrency and international fraud network. "International crime syndicates can manipulate opinions, deceive people and grab billions via the Internet. With josiphebdo.com, we want to educate and warn." The project was born out of a merger of several editorial offices in the U.S., Germany, Switzerland and an African investigative journalists' network.
Perhaps the good life for Josip Heit will soon come to an end. The self-proclaimed "banker" owes personally and with his company "Gold Standard Banking Corporation AG" (GSB) 118.8 million euros in Germany alone. This is evidenced by documents that have now also been submitted to the public prosecutor's office. The Croatian, who was once called Josip Curcic, currently operates the criminal crypto network G999 together with globally operating networkers of "Gold Standard Partners". The 44-year-old "banker," who is also believed to have close ties to organized crime (OV), is under investigation not only in Germany.
New serious accusations against professional criminal Josip Heit and his fraud network G999: IT specialists have analyzed the alleged "GSTelecom by G999 Blockchain". Their warning: "This app, disguised as a chat program, is nothing more than an attempt to tap personal data and collect confidential passwords." The data theft is well disguised at that: "Welcome to the first decentralized chat app", it says as a greeting. Of course, the G999 scam would be nothing if CEO Josip Heit didn't loudly proclaim: "The most advanced chat application". Of course, this is absolute nonsense.
Now the German consumer protection organization Stiftung Warentest has also issued an urgent warning against the professional criminal Josip Heit and his fraud network around the cryptocurrency G999. Particularly fatal in this regard is the statement of the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin), which clarified to Finanztest that GSB Gold Standard Banking Corporation AG "does not have a permit to offer banking and/or financial services transactions in Germany."