There are several deals on Dealshaker that fit into this category and it would be wise for the company to contact these merchants and tell them that their deals are not being realistic at this moment and the coupon deal will be terminated, which will cause distrust with their own company by customers, like it has happened big time with Peter Kralev: Kralev Cars LTD business. So best is to delete the approved or pending deal for the moment, until the exchange for merchants is realized AND merchants can evaluate how much OneCions can be exchanged to Fiat per deal or per merchant in a given time period (day/ week/ month / year)
And there are other reasons ofcourse why deals might be very questionable and you could say very sloppy the least how they were approved in the first place.
Look at these Chinese deals, tea drums ( 30.8kg) for hundreds of thousands of Euro's equivalent
And are these deals realistic ? Selling what looks like famous antique paintings.... Is there a chance that this art might be stolen? Did OC already do their due-diligence /KYB on this?
Wooden furniture for 10 302.87 OneCoin!
Apartment for sale. 10 950.84 OneCoin.
Many real-estate deals in Eastern European countries, Russia. Realistic??
And this recent video.. Large housing projects in Australia, to purchase with OneCoins.. Does the real estate merchant realize that the coupons his established business offers might be canceled after he sells them ? 7 x 250 houses are at this moment offered: 1750 houses/appartments for 100% OneCoin.
(scroll down his page to find the video)
Well, looks like all the links here are truncated for some reason.. If you want to see the deals mentioned, just PM me. By the way they are easy to find.. Just go through the main categories of Dealshaker and put one=10000 (as an example) and they will popup.
Igorkrnic wrote: ↑
Sun Nov 11, 2018 2:20 am
It is because Kralev cannot deliver those cars so buyers will get their coins back.
nnq wrote: ↑
Sat Nov 10, 2018 12:06 pm
Could you please explain:
Why Onelife company ceases the cars that have been sold on the Dealshaker?
That merchant really did run before the cart and put so many deals. The company made a mistake for even approving those deals, but hey, it is not their job to decide if the merchant can or cannot deliver goods. Turns out Kralev was counting the exchange to open on october 08 so he could sell coins and use that cash to buy cars and deliver them. It is bad to use this strategy now when coin is still private.
It is healthy to use dealshaker to host smaller deals that every merchant can afford to sell for coins and wait later to sell coins. And later, when exchange comes, if liquidity comes, it will be better and better.
As for those 35 or so cars that were sold after october 08 turned out that Kralev counted that company will pay for those cars but that would be really insane and dangerous at this stage of the project so the decision was made to refund those coupons.
It is sad that IMAs use dealshaker mega car deals to promote themselves and when the time comes for them to honor those deals they cannot deliver them and they only make damage to the project