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November 10, 2016, 02:26:14 PM
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It seems Razormind's web presence is having a facelift. New wallpaper on the Twitter account and a change to most of the razormind.co.uk layout, including dropping the 'Leadership Team' page. Although I note the address for that still loads up with the likes of Dr Jame 'Sulayman' Ferguson, the New York medical professional who seems to have been fully aware that Jawad was using his profile to pretend like he was an IT and Brand Specialist. Which was all part of the astro-turfed package they put together to con people into believing Razormind was a multinational corporation of substantial size and scope and not just a twenty-quid UK online incorporation registered in February with Jawad as the sole director.
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Couple of things to note in amongst all the off-topic personal crap on their twitter account:
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Fengying finally gets a reply to his question about whether these omni-layer DEOS tokens can be traded, but the answer is somewhat confusing and contradictory, so no change there then. He asks if they can be traded, Jawad answers, "yes", but then goes on to explain how they can be spent and that they are not a 'security', which means the correct answer to the question, "can we trade DEOS tokens on the platform" is actually, "No, you cannot trade on the platform because they are not a security, but you can spend them by paying to register assets/ids".

Except, of course, what with this being Razormind/Jawad, it isn't *quite* so simple as declaring these omni-layer tokens to not be securities because Jawad spent a lot of time during the ICO repeatedly tweeting a cash value to these tokens. So that people would think they were like Ethers, which they are not. At all. Even though the ENTIRE premise of the ICO for this bullshit platform was that it would be a competitor to Ethereum.

Although I guess the first thing they should really be addressing with regards to investors who are asking about how they can use DEOS on the platform is to, well, have the fucking platform online for starters.
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Still down.

The other tweet to be found hidden in among the nonsense is:
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So 'most' people have received their omni-layer tokens, but they've only transferred 1,091,658 tokens to the main distribution address and that was over a month ago.
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Even then they have only distributed 435,679 tokens out of that distribution address, meaning from the claimed sale of 9,200,000 DEOS omni-layer tokens, they've still yet to distribute 8,764,321 of them.

But apparently the owners of $10,376,605.49-worth (according to Jawad's valuation below) of DEOS tokens will "be given a chance to get them later".
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November 10, 2016, 02:41:22 PM
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Yeah I mentioned in a private email to razormind that tokens are indeed a security and Yaqub vehemently claims they are not. Just because you SAY something is not a security does not mean it is not a security.

He seems to think if he says something it becomes law, sort of like that bullshit "agreement" they posted for the crowdsale which would be tossed out of just about any court in the world. This is classical narcissistic behavior, which is a serious mental illness.

Narcissists believe all of reality (people included) is an extension of themselves and their mind will not comprehend anything that does not fit in with their world view, which basically means if it does not fit with the way they see reality THEY DO NOT PERCEIVE THE INFORMATION AT ALL. Their brain tosses the information aside and they remain oblivious to its existence no matter how many times (or how forcefully) they are confronted with it.

I believe Jawad Yaqub suffers from the mental illness of narcissism.
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Yeah I mentioned in a private email to razormind that tokens are indeed a security and Yaqub vehemently claims they are not. Just because you SAY something is not a security does not mean it is not a security.

Particularly when you say something is not a security and then attribute characteristics to it, such as a cash value higher than the purchase price, during the period of time you are trying to get people to buy into it.

I believe Jawad Yaqub suffers from the mental illness of narcissism.

I absolutely agree with you. So much of his behaviour, publicly recorded interviews and his own social media statements, is rooted in fabricating whatever 'truth' is needed at that very moment to fit the narrative.

I mean, seriously, to have posted repeated claims about something instantly and easily proven to be false, such as stating that if you do a google search for my email address, "you will see as we did it is a paid trolling account; one which can be rented for BTC" strongly suggests, as you describe, that he lives within a delusional bubble of believing that reality is whatever he chooses to describe it as.

It is so absurd, so acutely strange, to make these kind of explicit assertions which he knows to not just be false, but to be instantly proven as false through doing exactly as he advised, namely, googling my email address, one has to consider that his narcissism is so entrenched he is incapable of even considering cause-and-effect outside of his own personal bubble. It simply doesn't register with him that he is telling ridiculous and easily disproven lies which only serve to further undermine his position. A position he has put himself in.

He has only himself to blame but his narcissism runs so deep he couldn't even recognise that screwing somebody over for a measly 3 fucking bitcoin, while proudly declaring, ""I have literally got millions of pounds, more money than I have ever had in my entire life" after having 'successfully' defrauded people out of their bitcoin through fraudulent misrepresentation, might cause some people to choose to further expose him for what he is, a common fraudster.


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November 14, 2016, 09:46:18 AM
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Hey, but remember guys: "Trust is the only network".

He's an audacious arsehole, that's for sure.

Well, I'll have to wait another few weeks until Action Fraud provide a report on what they've done.

Still waiting for that Coin Telegraph article... Yes, I'm highly suspicious they were in cahoots, and should be investigated as part of the fraud investigation. They were a vital player in this scam.

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Still waiting for that Coin Telegraph article... Yes, I'm highly suspicious they were in cahoots, and should be investigated as part of the fraud investigation. They were a vital player in this scam.

This scam would never have succeeded without Cointelegraph's complicity, or perhaps even collusion. They need to start showing they even give a shit about this sort of thing. @Cointelegraph - "Business as usual" is no longer acceptable or tolerable.

I see those pesky Omni-layer 'DEOS' tokens are having a hard time getting distributed. First we have @Razormind seemingly responding to my 10th November criticism of their abject failure to complete the delivery of the outstanding $10,000,000.00+ (according to their own valuation) of tokens.
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So Tuesday came . . .and went. But it's ok, Jawad is only bumping the process to the following day.
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So Wednesday came . . .and went. But it's ok, Jawad said they'd be "opening the platform up", right?
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Nope. Still down.

Well they must be *real* fucking busy working to deliver, right? Maybe Jawad doesn't have time to tweet an explanation for the continued failure to even pretend like he is delivering on the T's and C's of the fraudulent 'crowdsale'?
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Oh. Plenty of time for a banal tweet about a tv show he's watching but no information regarding his copy-pasta plagiarized 'DeOS' platform being offline for weeks.

Must simply be too occupied with those Bitcoin ATMs he's installing. Yeah, I'd imagine the ease with which he'd be able to launder the proceeds of the 'crowdsale' through them would be quite the distraction, thinking about where to go on a luxury holiday, that sort of thing. I think your missus wants to go to Paris, Jawad.



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He is too busy watching movies and playing xbox on the biggest tv "he has ever had in his life".
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Looks like they need help fixing their shitty outdated implementation of os.js. When I see "razormind" I think "lobotomy".

I wouldn't be surprised if that idiot Jawad messed with it himself and left it hopelessly broken. Does the guy have any skills at all?
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I wouldn't be surprised if that idiot Jawad messed with it himself and left it hopelessly broken. Does the guy have any skills at all?

Well, remember his Facebook page confession of not being good at anything other than loving his family and playing pretend *real* hard?
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That is quite the bizarre post to make for an account linked to by the Razormind.co.uk website for its corporate social media.
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But wait, what is this?
https://www.facebook.com/598091606
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Oh noes! I haz a sad. No more :facepalm: at all the weird and contradictory posts Jawad has been making.

Hang on a minute, there may be another way!11!!!11!!!1!! A LinkedIn icon next to that dead Facebook link! I'll head over there for the lulz.
https://www.linkedin.com/in/razormind
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Ah, there we go, much better AND it now includes the ubiquitous "Not much good at anything. . ." statement, too. Because it's totally normal for a corporate social media account to put itself down, right? But the best bit has to be the claim to be focused on "personal integrity", which is then followed by a litany of lies.

But not just any old bollocks like all the supposed offices around the world they don't actually have, no, there is some very specific bollocks he claims he has accomplished for Razormind:
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Razormind and Jawad have delivered some major project work by the looks of things, right?

Nope. Still SAS Software.
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November 23, 2016, 02:24:31 PM
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More stalling on public access to this copy-pasta 'platform':
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Remember the "final DEOS distribution"? That amounted to just 2750 tokens apparently.
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- There are still over ten million dollars-worth of these tokens yet to be distributed.

At this point it can be assumed that either Jawad lied about the amount of bitcoin raised through his fraudulent 'crowdsale' and there are no further Omni-layer tokens to distribute, or there are now two classes of 'investor', those who have received their tokens and those who have chosen not to provide the information needed for him to deliver them.

Given his bold, "I have literally got millions of pounds, more money than I have ever had in my entire life" assertion, it would seem unlikely that he's only scammed the few hundred bitcoin which would equate to the number of Omni-layer DEOS tokens he has distributed. So that would suggest the second scenario is more likely correct and that the people who are refusing to take delivery are doing so because they are looking to recover their bitcoin instead.

That would make up a very large proportion of the "millions of pounds" Jawad likes to think of as his.

They have every right to recover their money and refusing to take delivery of these tokens would be a smart move to ensure Jawad cannot claim to have completed the transaction. Although, to be honest, even if he did deliver them the fraudulent misrepresentation surrounding the whole operation is more than sufficient to render the process null and void.

So what about those unfortunates who have taken delivery? Well his game is no different from his likely original intention, lie, get money, deliver the bare minimum required and walk away with a fat stack of coin he can oh-so-conveniently cash-out through the bitcoin ATMs some of those bitcoin have since been spent on for his OTHER project, the absent-any-meaningful-description "Blockchain Bank for 'The Poor'".

Which means the clock is ticking for any chance DEOS holders have for undoing their mistake. Personally, if I were in their position, I would try and find some of those people who are seeking to recover their bitcoin and ask to join on to the legal process they are using to do so.



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My next article will reveal all the answers to your questions and you will see for all the time you've spent on this, you've gotten so much wrong yourself.

Hey, @NiallatCoinTelegraph, while I wait to be corrected on all the things I have got wrong about this blatant fraud, it occurred to me you might want to ask Jawad to drop reference to you on his website:
https://www.razormind.co.uk/news/razormind-internship-belfast
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Seeing as you say you lost a bitcoin in this sham the least he could do is stop making it look like you were working for him during the crowdsale.



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November 24, 2016, 05:53:41 PM
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Cointelegraph is every bit as much a criminal organization as razormind. They need to be behind bars as well.


Also, I have sent numerous emails to razormind asking for a refund and they constantly blow me off. They haven't even bothered sending "tokens" even though they have all my information. A couple of the emails I received even included insults. Very unprofessional. Jawad is the most unprofessional man I have ever encountered in this business.

CLEARLY A SCAM.
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Also, I have sent numerous emails to razormind asking for a refund and they constantly blow me off. They haven't even bothered sending "tokens" even though they have all my information. A couple of the emails I received even included insults.

Did you trigger this latest bullshit tweet from him by not showing suitable deference?

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LOL at how he refers to himself as 'our staff'. I wonder what he means when he says "will be banned" - banned from what? Wasn't this supposed to be a trustless decentralised platform for the people? Apparently not.

BTW, that "winter is coming" tweet is weird considering the @serge_poznanski twitter account appears to be an automated posting bot.

In any event and for the sake of ensuring investigators can use this thread as a central source of reference on this scam, Jawad Yaqub may also be going under the name Jawad Joya. Arousa, Bellal, Haji and Shahzada are his sister, brother, father and mother, all registered to that same house Razormind Ltd was registered to when he incorporated it in February earlier this year. You know, the address which is INSIDE a top-security military base housing MI5's Belfast HQ.

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To clarify my point regarding the use of different names, it seems to be a common feature within his family.

Seems his brother and sister are featuring in a fly-on-the-wall type of documentary tv series, but with different names than they normally go by:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p047t194/p047t277
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As you can see, they are listed as "Arousa and Yaqub Bellal" but Bellal is Jawad's brother's usual first name, as in "Bellal Yaqub" and his sister is "Arousa Yaqub", not "Arousa Bellal".

To add to the whole mish-mash of name formats Jawad could potentially operate under, any concerned authorities should also consider this pertinent fact:
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He may have three passports in different names.


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Apparently demanding a refund for breach of contract constitutes "abusive behavior". This guy thinks he can just make up rules as he sees fit.

He keeps referring people to his lame purchase agreement....

First of all posting a pdf file on a random part of the site and saying it is a purchase agreement does not constitute an actual agreement, especially when nobody actually agreed to it (except for him).

Secondly, even if the agreement were binding he has broken the agreement himself and legally must refund all purchases upon request.

He obviosly has no regard for the rule of law.  The guy is dumb and dumb criminals get caught. It is just a matter of time.

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Secondly, even if the agreement were binding he has broken the agreement himself and legally must refund all purchases upon request.

Bingo Stingo. That purchase agreement is rendered null and void on the principal that he knowingly deceived people through his repeated fraudulent misrepresentation of his company and its product. The most basic premise of UK consumer and business law covers for that. You entered into the purchase relying on statements of fact he had made which have since turned out to be lies.

But I think those imaginary lawyers he consults in his head convince him he's done nothing wrong. Everything is A-Ok in Jawad-land!


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YAQUB is probably a fake name. QUB is an acronym for Queens University Belfast where he claims to have recieved a phd in "artificial intelligence" (but really just philosophy, the easiest and most useless degree one can receive aside from gender studies or poetry).

It probably wouldn't be too hard to find his real name from the 2005 graduates list (if he even graduated).
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Mr Jawad Yaqub
Ex-Director of Eclipse Ni Ltd
Born May 1978
Nationality: British

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Mr Jawad Yaqub is British and was born in 1978. The first directorship we have on file for him was in 2000 at Eclipse Ni Ltd. His newest directorship was with Razormind Ltd where he held the position of "". The company was established 08 Jun 2012 and is based in Greater Manchester. Jawad has held 3 directorships, 0 of which are currently active, and 3 are previous.

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November 26, 2016, 02:52:28 AM
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I took his advice in that email and googled my email address to see how disreputable I am .

I could only find this:
https://www.reddit.com/r/icocrypto/comments/50sh1h/razormind_deos/
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Hi, this is DeOS Team from Razormind. Jace Martin who operates this subreddit asked for some information on the project which is why we posted.

BitCoinTalk: if you google cryptodevil@gmail.com you will see as we did it is a paid trolling account; one which can be rented for BTC.

We've been targeted by several Ethereum paid trolls who've gone as far as attacking staff and family members. Several of these are traced back to Tel Aviv, Israel, where Consensys is based.

Odd that.

I wish I knew where I'm renting myself out for btc.

Must be a ton of money in that account by now, surely? What with me being nothing but a paid troll, right?



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cryptodevil, I, too, have a comma fetish have been accused myriad times of being paid to troll (for a lack of a better term) nefarious actors venerable entities. I finally put on the table that if anybody on the planet (Earth, stipulating just in case) can provide such has ever been the case, then theymos has my permission to ban all my accounts on this forum. To date, this user account and all others are still active. ODD! Odd, because surely them venerable entities should've been able to back their claims given that they're most likely truth-tellers, couple with the added benefit of ridding a scumbag, me, from this forum so not to ever again fuck with venerable entities. BTW, with the exception of recent espousals, none of them venerable entities are currently active in the cryptocurrency space unless operating under a new alias.

My current toys are Leroy Fodor's StakeMiners and RateCoin, Chantha Owen Lueung's Crypto-city, Ivan Liukau's Hashing24, and eBoost and its cast of merry scammers. Machinecoin has been taken off the list due to finally uncovering proof myself after its lead asshole opted to ignore all requests of transparency, thus concluding that he was a nefarious actor, of which may still be the case, but I have no proof of such. That's as close to an apology that they're getting from my scammy ass.

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Google street view of past addresses of Razormind

14 Victoria Park Road
Apartment 3
Leicester
Leicestershire

It looks like it is the small unit in the back alleyway since the building to the right says 17.


7 Drayfields
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Greater Manchester

Again an apartment in the alleyway since the addresses seem to skip from 4 to 8.

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I wonder how Cointelegraph let these bullshit articles to be on their website. (Author: Niall Maye)
Because Cointelegraph has a long and troubling history of posting positive articles about projects and services which are easily seen to be highly suspect at the time and ultimately go on to defraud people out of a lot of money. Rinse and repeat while reaping plenty of paid advertising for multiple fraudulent 'services' such as cloud mining ponzi scams.


I'm a fuckin' idiot! Thanks to Google News providing me a link about Hashing24, that's how I independently concluded that Cointelegraph is not to be trusted. Why didn't you fuckers  Kiss Grin Kiss tell me about CT prior? Now the whole world (Earth) knows that I'm an idiot thanks to you paid trolls.  Grin
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