Team UVify Community Update 3

UVify

We’re back with another Community update. If you missed the previous instalments, the Community update is where we share the latest news and product developments. We didn’t release an update last week as we’ve been busy preparing new content and shipping more Dracos. So, what has been going on since our previous update?

Draco Video tutorials are live

Team UVify are please to announce the first of our Video tutorials are now online. We’ve made these Videos to ensure your out-of-the-box experience with Draco is as painless and hassle-free as possible. We appreciate that our customers range from veteran pilots all the way through to first-time fliers. These guides are designed to be easy to follow and ensure you are able to get flying as soon as possible. Our complete series of videos can now be found on our YouTube channel (click here)

Draco Pre-orders

Our Draco pre-orders are still flowing out of the door as quickly as we can package them. As we previously mentioned, we do not charge your chosen payment method until your Draco is being prepared for shipping. We’ve found that a few people may have moved address or had their card expire since the original pre-order date. If you believe your information may no longer be valid, please send us an email to support@uvify.com along with your order number so we can update our records. It’s important to note that the Draco’s being shipped at the moment are the DSMX variant, with our Turnigy variants shipping in the next few weeks. If you have any questions regarding your order, please do feel to reach out to our Support team.

Shipping Tracking

When Draco leaves us, we will get in touch to let you know it has been dispatched. Our logistics partner offers the ability to track your Draco all the way to your delivery destination. To take advantage of this, you may receive an email from our support team asking you to confirm your preferred details for SMS tracking information.

That’s it for this Community Update – Stay tuned for the next one!

Team UVify

1,144 thoughts on “Team UVify Community Update 3

  1. HarryEduck says:

    Как выбрать продавца
    Проверить отзывы – хорошая мера для предотвращения проблем при покупке, но можно пойти еще дальше. Для Алиэкспресса уже давно создали плагины (расширения для браузера), которые позволяют собирать о продавце много информации – рейтинг доверия, частоту проблем с доставкой, длительность его работы на платформе и так далее. Вы можете воспользоваться этими накопленными знаниями, чтобы быть точно уверенным в том, что вас не «кинут». Плагинов – много: LetyShops, AliTools, Aliexpress Shopping Assistant и так далее. Но есть один нюанс – плагины, которые не дают кэшбэк (AliTools, например), этот самый кэшбэк частенько воруют, подменяя в браузере куки-файлы. Поэтому лучше делать так: зайти на Али, найти товар, включить плагин, посмотреть информацию, выключить плагин, заказать товар. В этом случае все должно пройти хорошо.

    Также можно попытаться получить информацию самостоятельно. Для этого нужно написать продавцу с интересующими вас вопросами – как долго он работает, какие у него гарантии, даст ли он вам скидку продавца за большой заказ или за «преданность» магазину (если покупаете что-то у него не впервые). Если получите адекватный развернутый ответ – возможно, продавцу можно доверять. Писать, кстати, лучше на английском, но если ваш уровень владения этим языком «не очень» – можно включить автоматический перевод от Google (хотя это и затруднит общение, потому что с переводом сервис справляется посредственно). Кнопка «Написать» располагается на странице товара, слева.

    ДАЛЕЕ: http://t.co/DhjOtwGBhv

  2. Tania says:

    I really like what you guys are usually up
    too. This type of clever work and reporting! Keep up the fantastic works guys I’ve
    incorporated you guys to my blogroll.

  3. Williamtes says:

    Компания ООО «УРАЛЬСКИЙ ПОТОК» – это многолетний и бесценный опыт работы в сфере обеспечения объектов промышленного строительства, нефтегазовой отрасли, строительства энергетических объектов, а так же комплектация объектов гражданского строительства соединительными деталями трубопровода и запорно-регулирующей арматурой. Наши заказчики ценят в первую очередь безупречное качество нашей продукции и ее соответствие необходимым ГОСТ , а так же кратчайшие сроки поставки в любую точку России. За счет многолетних партнерских отношений с крупнейшими Российскими компаниями , мы сформировали ассортимент который максимально соответствует запросам наших клиентов.

    спайс

  4. AlbertCreda says:

    Компания ООО «УРАЛЬСКИЙ ПОТОК» – это многолетний и бесценный опыт работы в сфере обеспечения объектов промышленного строительства, нефтегазовой отрасли, строительства энергетических объектов, а так же комплектация объектов гражданского строительства соединительными деталями трубопровода и запорно-регулирующей арматурой. Наши заказчики ценят в первую очередь безупречное качество нашей продукции и ее соответствие необходимым ГОСТ , а так же кратчайшие сроки поставки в любую точку России. За счет многолетних партнерских отношений с крупнейшими Российскими компаниями , мы сформировали ассортимент который максимально соответствует запросам наших клиентов.

    купить коноплю

  5. GeraldbrecY says:

    Компания ООО «УРАЛЬСКИЙ ПОТОК» – это многолетний и бесценный опыт работы в сфере обеспечения объектов промышленного строительства, нефтегазовой отрасли, строительства энергетических объектов, а так же комплектация объектов гражданского строительства соединительными деталями трубопровода и запорно-регулирующей арматурой. Наши заказчики ценят в первую очередь безупречное качество нашей продукции и ее соответствие необходимым ГОСТ , а так же кратчайшие сроки поставки в любую точку России. За счет многолетних партнерских отношений с крупнейшими Российскими компаниями , мы сформировали ассортимент который максимально соответствует запросам наших клиентов.

    купить анашу

  6. MatthewWat says:

    https://www.goldcoastbulletin.com.au/news/crime-court/alleged-hells-angel-gets-bail-on-drugs-weapons-and-fraud-charges/news-story/ec0e8ac4f1b6b6109d1811c1fb299cdd
    His charges include drug possession and trafficking, possessing weapons and explosives, possessing utensils, and fraud.

    A joint operation between Queensland police and the Crime and Corruption Commission uncovered more than $1 million in cash, three automatic weapons, five hand guns, a quantity of drugs and mobile phones.
    The Brisbane Supreme Court on Friday heard the prosecution had received information from police that impacted Volkov’s bail application, but prosecutor Ron Swanwick was not prepared to discuss it in open court.

    Justice John Bond agreed to close the court to hear argument linked to operational police matters.

    He later granted bail on strict conditions, including that Volkov reside in Robina, abide by a curfew and report to police each day.

    He must also surrender his three passports, not travel outside Queensland without permission and avoid airports, and not contact any identified prosecution witness.

    “I’m satisfied that, based upon the submissions … the applicant has established that his detention in custody is not justified,” Justice Bond said.

    Police allege the syndicate was significant and had been operating since at least March 2014, selling cocaine, ice and ecstasy.

    During a previous court appearance it was revealed Volkov had been under police surveillance for two years.

    Volkov’s matter will come before court again on September 29.

  7. MauriceMef says:

    https://www.goldcoastbulletin.com.au/news/crime-court/alleged-hells-angel-gets-bail-on-drugs-weapons-and-fraud-charges/news-story/ec0e8ac4f1b6b6109d1811c1fb299cdd
    His charges include drug possession and trafficking, possessing weapons and explosives, possessing utensils, and fraud.

    A joint operation between Queensland police and the Crime and Corruption Commission uncovered more than $1 million in cash, three automatic weapons, five hand guns, a quantity of drugs and mobile phones.
    The Brisbane Supreme Court on Friday heard the prosecution had received information from police that impacted Volkov’s bail application, but prosecutor Ron Swanwick was not prepared to discuss it in open court.

    Justice John Bond agreed to close the court to hear argument linked to operational police matters.

    He later granted bail on strict conditions, including that Volkov reside in Robina, abide by a curfew and report to police each day.

    He must also surrender his three passports, not travel outside Queensland without permission and avoid airports, and not contact any identified prosecution witness.

    “I’m satisfied that, based upon the submissions … the applicant has established that his detention in custody is not justified,” Justice Bond said.

    Police allege the syndicate was significant and had been operating since at least March 2014, selling cocaine, ice and ecstasy.

    During a previous court appearance it was revealed Volkov had been under police surveillance for two years.

    Volkov’s matter will come before court again on September 29.

  8. FrankTeast says:

    https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/national/queensland/hells-angels-bikie-charged-over-gold-coast-battery-scam-20190923-p52tz1.html
    Ice-cream machines labelled “scientific equipment” were shipped off to Thailand by a Hells Angels bikie as part of an elaborate investment scam, police allege.

    Vadim Victor Volkov, a 37-year-old alleged patched member of the Hells Angels, was charged with money laundering on Monday while an arrest warrant has been issued for his 62-year-old alleged accomplice.

    Detectives, who have spent eight months investigating the pair, say they are responsible for a complex scam where they passed themselves off as Russian scientists to land investments.

    They will allege the two men claimed to be owners of a graphene battery technology, GraphenEra, and in May 2016 “dishonestly advertised investment opportunities to an ASX-listed company based in Brisbane”.

    The Brisbane company, LWP Technologies, subsequently entered into a failed joint venture with the men, paid $566,450 and issued 30 million shares to finance production of graphene batteries.

    Detective Acting Superintendent Vince Byrnes said police believed the money was not invested as promised and was used for the pair’s “personal benefit”.

    “In September 2016, the former board of the investor company terminated the joint venture; however, their attempts to have their capital returned were ignored by the offenders, resulting in financial loss to shareholders, including those who bought shares following public announcements of the joint venture,” he said.

    Mr Volkov shipped ice-cream machines labelled as scientific laboratory equipment to a facility in Thailand, where the batteries were to be produced, though none were, he alleged.

    The pair are accused of faking scientific qualifications to former board members and pretending to have “relationships with Russia-based scientists and Australia-based scientific institutions”.

    Detective Byrnes said the investigation confirmed that despite knowing that the graphene technology could not be produced, the men continued marketing it in order to secure investments.

    “This highlights that it is important to stay in control of your investment transactions and seek a second opinion prior to committing to an investment.”

    Mr Volkov has been arrested and charged with one money laundering offence and two fraud offences (dishonestly cause detriment and dishonestly induce delivery of $60,050) and was expected to appear in Southport Magistrate on October 3.

    An arrest warrant is in the process of being issued for the 62-year-old for the same charges.

    Share on Facebook

  9. AlbertUtize says:

    https://www.goldcoastbulletin.com.au/news/crime-court/alleged-hells-angel-gets-bail-on-drugs-weapons-and-fraud-charges/news-story/ec0e8ac4f1b6b6109d1811c1fb299cdd
    His charges include drug possession and trafficking, possessing weapons and explosives, possessing utensils, and fraud.

    A joint operation between Queensland police and the Crime and Corruption Commission uncovered more than $1 million in cash, three automatic weapons, five hand guns, a quantity of drugs and mobile phones.
    The Brisbane Supreme Court on Friday heard the prosecution had received information from police that impacted Volkov’s bail application, but prosecutor Ron Swanwick was not prepared to discuss it in open court.

    Justice John Bond agreed to close the court to hear argument linked to operational police matters.

    He later granted bail on strict conditions, including that Volkov reside in Robina, abide by a curfew and report to police each day.

    He must also surrender his three passports, not travel outside Queensland without permission and avoid airports, and not contact any identified prosecution witness.

    “I’m satisfied that, based upon the submissions … the applicant has established that his detention in custody is not justified,” Justice Bond said.

    Police allege the syndicate was significant and had been operating since at least March 2014, selling cocaine, ice and ecstasy.

    During a previous court appearance it was revealed Volkov had been under police surveillance for two years.

    Volkov’s matter will come before court again on September 29.

  10. RichardMug says:

    https://www.goldcoastbulletin.com.au/news/crime-court/alleged-hells-angel-gets-bail-on-drugs-weapons-and-fraud-charges/news-story/ec0e8ac4f1b6b6109d1811c1fb299cdd
    His charges include drug possession and trafficking, possessing weapons and explosives, possessing utensils, and fraud.

    A joint operation between Queensland police and the Crime and Corruption Commission uncovered more than $1 million in cash, three automatic weapons, five hand guns, a quantity of drugs and mobile phones.
    The Brisbane Supreme Court on Friday heard the prosecution had received information from police that impacted Volkov’s bail application, but prosecutor Ron Swanwick was not prepared to discuss it in open court.

    Justice John Bond agreed to close the court to hear argument linked to operational police matters.

    He later granted bail on strict conditions, including that Volkov reside in Robina, abide by a curfew and report to police each day.

    He must also surrender his three passports, not travel outside Queensland without permission and avoid airports, and not contact any identified prosecution witness.

    “I’m satisfied that, based upon the submissions … the applicant has established that his detention in custody is not justified,” Justice Bond said.

    Police allege the syndicate was significant and had been operating since at least March 2014, selling cocaine, ice and ecstasy.

    During a previous court appearance it was revealed Volkov had been under police surveillance for two years.

    Volkov’s matter will come before court again on September 29.

  11. JimmieDaf says:

    https://www.goldcoastbulletin.com.au/news/crime-court/alleged-hells-angel-gets-bail-on-drugs-weapons-and-fraud-charges/news-story/ec0e8ac4f1b6b6109d1811c1fb299cdd
    His charges include drug possession and trafficking, possessing weapons and explosives, possessing utensils, and fraud.

    A joint operation between Queensland police and the Crime and Corruption Commission uncovered more than $1 million in cash, three automatic weapons, five hand guns, a quantity of drugs and mobile phones.
    The Brisbane Supreme Court on Friday heard the prosecution had received information from police that impacted Volkov’s bail application, but prosecutor Ron Swanwick was not prepared to discuss it in open court.

    Justice John Bond agreed to close the court to hear argument linked to operational police matters.

    He later granted bail on strict conditions, including that Volkov reside in Robina, abide by a curfew and report to police each day.

    He must also surrender his three passports, not travel outside Queensland without permission and avoid airports, and not contact any identified prosecution witness.

    “I’m satisfied that, based upon the submissions … the applicant has established that his detention in custody is not justified,” Justice Bond said.

    Police allege the syndicate was significant and had been operating since at least March 2014, selling cocaine, ice and ecstasy.

    During a previous court appearance it was revealed Volkov had been under police surveillance for two years.

    Volkov’s matter will come before court again on September 29.

  12. DavidVog says:

    https://www.goldcoastbulletin.com.au/news/crime-court/alleged-hells-angel-gets-bail-on-drugs-weapons-and-fraud-charges/news-story/ec0e8ac4f1b6b6109d1811c1fb299cdd
    His charges include drug possession and trafficking, possessing weapons and explosives, possessing utensils, and fraud.

    A joint operation between Queensland police and the Crime and Corruption Commission uncovered more than $1 million in cash, three automatic weapons, five hand guns, a quantity of drugs and mobile phones.
    The Brisbane Supreme Court on Friday heard the prosecution had received information from police that impacted Volkov’s bail application, but prosecutor Ron Swanwick was not prepared to discuss it in open court.

    Justice John Bond agreed to close the court to hear argument linked to operational police matters.

    He later granted bail on strict conditions, including that Volkov reside in Robina, abide by a curfew and report to police each day.

    He must also surrender his three passports, not travel outside Queensland without permission and avoid airports, and not contact any identified prosecution witness.

    “I’m satisfied that, based upon the submissions … the applicant has established that his detention in custody is not justified,” Justice Bond said.

    Police allege the syndicate was significant and had been operating since at least March 2014, selling cocaine, ice and ecstasy.

    During a previous court appearance it was revealed Volkov had been under police surveillance for two years.

    Volkov’s matter will come before court again on September 29.

  13. Vernonelafe says:

    https://www.goldcoastbulletin.com.au/news/crime-court/alleged-hells-angel-gets-bail-on-drugs-weapons-and-fraud-charges/news-story/ec0e8ac4f1b6b6109d1811c1fb299cdd
    His charges include drug possession and trafficking, possessing weapons and explosives, possessing utensils, and fraud.

    A joint operation between Queensland police and the Crime and Corruption Commission uncovered more than $1 million in cash, three automatic weapons, five hand guns, a quantity of drugs and mobile phones.
    The Brisbane Supreme Court on Friday heard the prosecution had received information from police that impacted Volkov’s bail application, but prosecutor Ron Swanwick was not prepared to discuss it in open court.

    Justice John Bond agreed to close the court to hear argument linked to operational police matters.

    He later granted bail on strict conditions, including that Volkov reside in Robina, abide by a curfew and report to police each day.

    He must also surrender his three passports, not travel outside Queensland without permission and avoid airports, and not contact any identified prosecution witness.

    “I’m satisfied that, based upon the submissions … the applicant has established that his detention in custody is not justified,” Justice Bond said.

    Police allege the syndicate was significant and had been operating since at least March 2014, selling cocaine, ice and ecstasy.

    During a previous court appearance it was revealed Volkov had been under police surveillance for two years.

    Volkov’s matter will come before court again on September 29.

  14. TerrellPUTLE says:

    https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/national/queensland/hells-angels-bikie-charged-over-gold-coast-battery-scam-20190923-p52tz1.html
    Ice-cream machines labelled “scientific equipment” were shipped off to Thailand by a Hells Angels bikie as part of an elaborate investment scam, police allege.

    Vadim Victor Volkov, a 37-year-old alleged patched member of the Hells Angels, was charged with money laundering on Monday while an arrest warrant has been issued for his 62-year-old alleged accomplice.

    Detectives, who have spent eight months investigating the pair, say they are responsible for a complex scam where they passed themselves off as Russian scientists to land investments.

    They will allege the two men claimed to be owners of a graphene battery technology, GraphenEra, and in May 2016 “dishonestly advertised investment opportunities to an ASX-listed company based in Brisbane”.

    The Brisbane company, LWP Technologies, subsequently entered into a failed joint venture with the men, paid $566,450 and issued 30 million shares to finance production of graphene batteries.

    Detective Acting Superintendent Vince Byrnes said police believed the money was not invested as promised and was used for the pair’s “personal benefit”.

    “In September 2016, the former board of the investor company terminated the joint venture; however, their attempts to have their capital returned were ignored by the offenders, resulting in financial loss to shareholders, including those who bought shares following public announcements of the joint venture,” he said.

    Mr Volkov shipped ice-cream machines labelled as scientific laboratory equipment to a facility in Thailand, where the batteries were to be produced, though none were, he alleged.

    The pair are accused of faking scientific qualifications to former board members and pretending to have “relationships with Russia-based scientists and Australia-based scientific institutions”.

    Detective Byrnes said the investigation confirmed that despite knowing that the graphene technology could not be produced, the men continued marketing it in order to secure investments.

    “This highlights that it is important to stay in control of your investment transactions and seek a second opinion prior to committing to an investment.”

    Mr Volkov has been arrested and charged with one money laundering offence and two fraud offences (dishonestly cause detriment and dishonestly induce delivery of $60,050) and was expected to appear in Southport Magistrate on October 3.

    An arrest warrant is in the process of being issued for the 62-year-old for the same charges.

    Share on Facebook

  15. Calvinsmusa says:

    https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/national/queensland/hells-angels-bikie-charged-over-gold-coast-battery-scam-20190923-p52tz1.html
    Ice-cream machines labelled “scientific equipment” were shipped off to Thailand by a Hells Angels bikie as part of an elaborate investment scam, police allege.

    Vadim Victor Volkov, a 37-year-old alleged patched member of the Hells Angels, was charged with money laundering on Monday while an arrest warrant has been issued for his 62-year-old alleged accomplice.

    Detectives, who have spent eight months investigating the pair, say they are responsible for a complex scam where they passed themselves off as Russian scientists to land investments.

    They will allege the two men claimed to be owners of a graphene battery technology, GraphenEra, and in May 2016 “dishonestly advertised investment opportunities to an ASX-listed company based in Brisbane”.

    The Brisbane company, LWP Technologies, subsequently entered into a failed joint venture with the men, paid $566,450 and issued 30 million shares to finance production of graphene batteries.

    Detective Acting Superintendent Vince Byrnes said police believed the money was not invested as promised and was used for the pair’s “personal benefit”.

    “In September 2016, the former board of the investor company terminated the joint venture; however, their attempts to have their capital returned were ignored by the offenders, resulting in financial loss to shareholders, including those who bought shares following public announcements of the joint venture,” he said.

    Mr Volkov shipped ice-cream machines labelled as scientific laboratory equipment to a facility in Thailand, where the batteries were to be produced, though none were, he alleged.

    The pair are accused of faking scientific qualifications to former board members and pretending to have “relationships with Russia-based scientists and Australia-based scientific institutions”.

    Detective Byrnes said the investigation confirmed that despite knowing that the graphene technology could not be produced, the men continued marketing it in order to secure investments.

    “This highlights that it is important to stay in control of your investment transactions and seek a second opinion prior to committing to an investment.”

    Mr Volkov has been arrested and charged with one money laundering offence and two fraud offences (dishonestly cause detriment and dishonestly induce delivery of $60,050) and was expected to appear in Southport Magistrate on October 3.

    An arrest warrant is in the process of being issued for the 62-year-old for the same charges.

    Share on Facebook

  16. LarryUrifs says:

    https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/national/queensland/hells-angels-bikie-charged-over-gold-coast-battery-scam-20190923-p52tz1.html
    Ice-cream machines labelled “scientific equipment” were shipped off to Thailand by a Hells Angels bikie as part of an elaborate investment scam, police allege.

    Vadim Victor Volkov, a 37-year-old alleged patched member of the Hells Angels, was charged with money laundering on Monday while an arrest warrant has been issued for his 62-year-old alleged accomplice.

    Detectives, who have spent eight months investigating the pair, say they are responsible for a complex scam where they passed themselves off as Russian scientists to land investments.

    They will allege the two men claimed to be owners of a graphene battery technology, GraphenEra, and in May 2016 “dishonestly advertised investment opportunities to an ASX-listed company based in Brisbane”.

    The Brisbane company, LWP Technologies, subsequently entered into a failed joint venture with the men, paid $566,450 and issued 30 million shares to finance production of graphene batteries.

    Detective Acting Superintendent Vince Byrnes said police believed the money was not invested as promised and was used for the pair’s “personal benefit”.

    “In September 2016, the former board of the investor company terminated the joint venture; however, their attempts to have their capital returned were ignored by the offenders, resulting in financial loss to shareholders, including those who bought shares following public announcements of the joint venture,” he said.

    Mr Volkov shipped ice-cream machines labelled as scientific laboratory equipment to a facility in Thailand, where the batteries were to be produced, though none were, he alleged.

    The pair are accused of faking scientific qualifications to former board members and pretending to have “relationships with Russia-based scientists and Australia-based scientific institutions”.

    Detective Byrnes said the investigation confirmed that despite knowing that the graphene technology could not be produced, the men continued marketing it in order to secure investments.

    “This highlights that it is important to stay in control of your investment transactions and seek a second opinion prior to committing to an investment.”

    Mr Volkov has been arrested and charged with one money laundering offence and two fraud offences (dishonestly cause detriment and dishonestly induce delivery of $60,050) and was expected to appear in Southport Magistrate on October 3.

    An arrest warrant is in the process of being issued for the 62-year-old for the same charges.

    Share on Facebook

  17. MichaelNap says:

    https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/national/queensland/hells-angels-bikie-charged-over-gold-coast-battery-scam-20190923-p52tz1.html
    Ice-cream machines labelled “scientific equipment” were shipped off to Thailand by a Hells Angels bikie as part of an elaborate investment scam, police allege.

    Vadim Victor Volkov, a 37-year-old alleged patched member of the Hells Angels, was charged with money laundering on Monday while an arrest warrant has been issued for his 62-year-old alleged accomplice.

    Detectives, who have spent eight months investigating the pair, say they are responsible for a complex scam where they passed themselves off as Russian scientists to land investments.

    They will allege the two men claimed to be owners of a graphene battery technology, GraphenEra, and in May 2016 “dishonestly advertised investment opportunities to an ASX-listed company based in Brisbane”.

    The Brisbane company, LWP Technologies, subsequently entered into a failed joint venture with the men, paid $566,450 and issued 30 million shares to finance production of graphene batteries.

    Detective Acting Superintendent Vince Byrnes said police believed the money was not invested as promised and was used for the pair’s “personal benefit”.

    “In September 2016, the former board of the investor company terminated the joint venture; however, their attempts to have their capital returned were ignored by the offenders, resulting in financial loss to shareholders, including those who bought shares following public announcements of the joint venture,” he said.

    Mr Volkov shipped ice-cream machines labelled as scientific laboratory equipment to a facility in Thailand, where the batteries were to be produced, though none were, he alleged.

    The pair are accused of faking scientific qualifications to former board members and pretending to have “relationships with Russia-based scientists and Australia-based scientific institutions”.

    Detective Byrnes said the investigation confirmed that despite knowing that the graphene technology could not be produced, the men continued marketing it in order to secure investments.

    “This highlights that it is important to stay in control of your investment transactions and seek a second opinion prior to committing to an investment.”

    Mr Volkov has been arrested and charged with one money laundering offence and two fraud offences (dishonestly cause detriment and dishonestly induce delivery of $60,050) and was expected to appear in Southport Magistrate on October 3.

    An arrest warrant is in the process of being issued for the 62-year-old for the same charges.

    Share on Facebook

  18. Jessediomb says:

    https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/national/queensland/hells-angels-bikie-charged-over-gold-coast-battery-scam-20190923-p52tz1.html
    Ice-cream machines labelled “scientific equipment” were shipped off to Thailand by a Hells Angels bikie as part of an elaborate investment scam, police allege.

    Vadim Victor Volkov, a 37-year-old alleged patched member of the Hells Angels, was charged with money laundering on Monday while an arrest warrant has been issued for his 62-year-old alleged accomplice.

    Detectives, who have spent eight months investigating the pair, say they are responsible for a complex scam where they passed themselves off as Russian scientists to land investments.

    They will allege the two men claimed to be owners of a graphene battery technology, GraphenEra, and in May 2016 “dishonestly advertised investment opportunities to an ASX-listed company based in Brisbane”.

    The Brisbane company, LWP Technologies, subsequently entered into a failed joint venture with the men, paid $566,450 and issued 30 million shares to finance production of graphene batteries.

    Detective Acting Superintendent Vince Byrnes said police believed the money was not invested as promised and was used for the pair’s “personal benefit”.

    “In September 2016, the former board of the investor company terminated the joint venture; however, their attempts to have their capital returned were ignored by the offenders, resulting in financial loss to shareholders, including those who bought shares following public announcements of the joint venture,” he said.

    Mr Volkov shipped ice-cream machines labelled as scientific laboratory equipment to a facility in Thailand, where the batteries were to be produced, though none were, he alleged.

    The pair are accused of faking scientific qualifications to former board members and pretending to have “relationships with Russia-based scientists and Australia-based scientific institutions”.

    Detective Byrnes said the investigation confirmed that despite knowing that the graphene technology could not be produced, the men continued marketing it in order to secure investments.

    “This highlights that it is important to stay in control of your investment transactions and seek a second opinion prior to committing to an investment.”

    Mr Volkov has been arrested and charged with one money laundering offence and two fraud offences (dishonestly cause detriment and dishonestly induce delivery of $60,050) and was expected to appear in Southport Magistrate on October 3.

    An arrest warrant is in the process of being issued for the 62-year-old for the same charges.

    Share on Facebook

  19. Danieldwern says:

    https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/national/queensland/hells-angels-bikie-charged-over-gold-coast-battery-scam-20190923-p52tz1.html
    Ice-cream machines labelled “scientific equipment” were shipped off to Thailand by a Hells Angels bikie as part of an elaborate investment scam, police allege.

    Vadim Victor Volkov, a 37-year-old alleged patched member of the Hells Angels, was charged with money laundering on Monday while an arrest warrant has been issued for his 62-year-old alleged accomplice.

    Detectives, who have spent eight months investigating the pair, say they are responsible for a complex scam where they passed themselves off as Russian scientists to land investments.

    They will allege the two men claimed to be owners of a graphene battery technology, GraphenEra, and in May 2016 “dishonestly advertised investment opportunities to an ASX-listed company based in Brisbane”.

    The Brisbane company, LWP Technologies, subsequently entered into a failed joint venture with the men, paid $566,450 and issued 30 million shares to finance production of graphene batteries.

    Detective Acting Superintendent Vince Byrnes said police believed the money was not invested as promised and was used for the pair’s “personal benefit”.

    “In September 2016, the former board of the investor company terminated the joint venture; however, their attempts to have their capital returned were ignored by the offenders, resulting in financial loss to shareholders, including those who bought shares following public announcements of the joint venture,” he said.

    Mr Volkov shipped ice-cream machines labelled as scientific laboratory equipment to a facility in Thailand, where the batteries were to be produced, though none were, he alleged.

    The pair are accused of faking scientific qualifications to former board members and pretending to have “relationships with Russia-based scientists and Australia-based scientific institutions”.

    Detective Byrnes said the investigation confirmed that despite knowing that the graphene technology could not be produced, the men continued marketing it in order to secure investments.

    “This highlights that it is important to stay in control of your investment transactions and seek a second opinion prior to committing to an investment.”

    Mr Volkov has been arrested and charged with one money laundering offence and two fraud offences (dishonestly cause detriment and dishonestly induce delivery of $60,050) and was expected to appear in Southport Magistrate on October 3.

    An arrest warrant is in the process of being issued for the 62-year-old for the same charges.

    Share on Facebook

  20. ThurmanRiz says:

    Компания ООО «УРАЛЬСКИЙ ПОТОК» – это многолетний и бесценный опыт работы в сфере обеспечения объектов промышленного строительства, нефтегазовой отрасли, строительства энергетических объектов, а так же комплектация объектов гражданского строительства соединительными деталями трубопровода и запорно-регулирующей арматурой. Наши заказчики ценят в первую очередь безупречное качество нашей продукции и ее соответствие необходимым ГОСТ , а так же кратчайшие сроки поставки в любую точку России. За счет многолетних партнерских отношений с крупнейшими Российскими компаниями , мы сформировали ассортимент который максимально соответствует запросам наших клиентов.

    купить коноплю

  21. Mathewtet says:

    Компания ООО «УРАЛЬСКИЙ ПОТОК» – это многолетний и бесценный опыт работы в сфере обеспечения объектов промышленного строительства, нефтегазовой отрасли, строительства энергетических объектов, а так же комплектация объектов гражданского строительства соединительными деталями трубопровода и запорно-регулирующей арматурой. Наши заказчики ценят в первую очередь безупречное качество нашей продукции и ее соответствие необходимым ГОСТ , а так же кратчайшие сроки поставки в любую точку России. За счет многолетних партнерских отношений с крупнейшими Российскими компаниями , мы сформировали ассортимент который максимально соответствует запросам наших клиентов.

    героин

  22. DavidVob says:

    Компания ООО «УРАЛЬСКИЙ ПОТОК» – это многолетний и бесценный опыт работы в сфере обеспечения объектов промышленного строительства, нефтегазовой отрасли, строительства энергетических объектов, а так же комплектация объектов гражданского строительства соединительными деталями трубопровода и запорно-регулирующей арматурой. Наши заказчики ценят в первую очередь безупречное качество нашей продукции и ее соответствие необходимым ГОСТ , а так же кратчайшие сроки поставки в любую точку России. За счет многолетних партнерских отношений с крупнейшими Российскими компаниями , мы сформировали ассортимент который максимально соответствует запросам наших клиентов.

    купить коноплю

  23. RichardmoP says:

    Компания ООО «УРАЛЬСКИЙ ПОТОК» – это многолетний и бесценный опыт работы в сфере обеспечения объектов промышленного строительства, нефтегазовой отрасли, строительства энергетических объектов, а так же комплектация объектов гражданского строительства соединительными деталями трубопровода и запорно-регулирующей арматурой. Наши заказчики ценят в первую очередь безупречное качество нашей продукции и ее соответствие необходимым ГОСТ , а так же кратчайшие сроки поставки в любую точку России. За счет многолетних партнерских отношений с крупнейшими Российскими компаниями , мы сформировали ассортимент который максимально соответствует запросам наших клиентов.

    купить героин

  24. RobertVah says:

    На нашем сайте вы можете послушать онлайн или
    скачать бесплатно самые популярные песни 2020.
    Слушайте радио, следите за рейтингом хитов и
    создавайте собственные плейлисты. Слушать и скачивать mp3
    музыку можно без регистрации.
    Смотреть клипы Стаса Михайлова

  25. Mitsuko Mccullers says:

    What’s Taking place i’m new to this, I stumbled upon this I’ve found It absolutely useful and it has helped me out loads. I hope to give a contribution & assist other users like its aided me. Good job.

  26. ArthurAbabs says:

    ЧТОБ ТЫ В АДУ ГОРЕЛА МЕНТОВСКАЯ-ЯСНОВИДЯЩАЯ
    40 МИЛЛИАРДОВ ЛЕТ
    И В ГРОБУ ПЕРЕВЕРНУЛАСЬ.
    Ты мусорок-пидорок неудачный друг, Будь ты ПРОКЛЯТ И ГОРИ В АДУ 20 МИЛЛИАРДОВ ЛЕТ СО ВСЕМИ СВОИМИ ЦИФРАМИ.
    АМИНЬ!
    O.O.O. 7749 ooo CREON Faces’

  27. visit homepage says:

    of course like your web-site but you have to test the spelling on several of your posts. Many of them are rife with spelling issues and I in finding it very troublesome to inform the reality nevertheless I will surely come again again.

  28. essay writers says:

    Good post. I learn something totally new and challenging on sites
    I stumbleupon on a daily basis. It’s always interesting to read through content from other writers and practice a little something from other websites.

  29. dominoqq says:

    Hey I am so glad I found your webpage, I really found you by accident,
    while I was researching on Aol for something else, Nonetheless
    I am here now and would just like to say cheers for a incredible post and a all round interesting blog (I also love the
    theme/design), I don’t have time to go through it
    all at the moment but I have book-marked it and also added in your RSS
    feeds, so when I have time I will be back to read a great
    deal more, Please do keep up the great b.

  30. dominoqq says:

    Sweet blog! I found it while surfing around on Yahoo News.
    Do you have any tips on how to get listed in Yahoo
    News? I’ve been trying for a while but I never seem to get there!
    Appreciate it

  31. tiktokbeats says:

    After looking at a few of the blog posts on your site, I really appreciate your technique of writing a blog. I saved as a favorite it to my bookmark website list and will be checking back in the near future. Please visit my website too and tell me what you think.

  32. https://buddypress.org/members/underedyt8/profile says:

    What you said was actually very reasonable.
    However, think on this, what if you typed a catchier title?
    I am not suggesting your information is not good., but suppose you added a post
    title that makes people want more? I mean Team UVify Community Update
    3 – UVify Inc. is kinda boring. You could glance
    at Yahoo’s front page and watch how they write post titles to grab viewers
    to open the links. You might add a video or a pic or
    two to get readers interested about what you’ve written. In my opinion, it would
    bring your posts a little livelier.

    Also visit my website … exam (https://buddypress.org/members/underedyt8/profile)

  33. https://gitlab.com says:

    I believe everything wrote was very logical. But, think about this,
    what if you were to create a awesome title? I am not saying your content isn’t
    good, however suppose you added a headline to maybe get a person’s
    attention? I mean Team UVify Community Update 3 – UVify Inc.
    is a little vanilla. You ought to look at
    Yahoo’s front page and watch how they create post titles to get viewers interested.
    You might try adding a video or a pic or two
    to grab readers interested about everything’ve written. In my opinion, it could bring your posts
    a little bit more interesting.

    Here is my blog post: answers (https://gitlab.com)

  34. Teena says:

    Terrific article! That is the kind of info that are meant to be shared around the internet.
    Disgrace on the seek engines for now not positioning this publish higher!
    Come on over and seek advice from my website . Thanks =)

    Also visit my web page: test (Teena)

  35. agen bandarQ says:

    Great site. A lot of helpful info here. I’m sending it to several buddies ans also sharing in delicious.
    And of course, thank you to your effort!

  36. Hiflex printing company says:

    Hi there, I believe your web site could possibly
    be having browser compatibility problems. Whenever I take a look at your blog
    in Safari, it looks fine however, if opening in I.E., it
    has some overlapping issues. I simply wanted to give you
    a quick heads up! Aside from that, great blog!

  37. Keisha says:

    I love what you guys tend to be up too. This type of clever
    work and reporting! Keep up the fantastic works guys I’ve added you guys to my own blogroll.

    Also visit my homepage :: test (Keisha)

  38. Fog lights says:

    After checking out a number of the blog posts on your blog, I truly appreciate your technique of blogging. I book marked it to my bookmark webpage list and will be checking back soon. Please check out my web site too and tell me how you feel.

  39. Glurb says:

    Наша компания исполняет свою работу по реконструкции и очистки водопроводов современным способом гидродинамической очистки на новейшем оборудовании. Использование этого вида обеспечивает возобновление параметров труб к начальному уровню, убавляются расходы электричества на 10%, растет продолжительность эксплуатации трубопровода на двадцать лет до капитального ремонта, увеличиваются промежутки между профилактическим сервисом.
    Наша компания выполняет необходимые работы, скажем:
    Ремонт внутренних систем водопровода-аварийный, текущий, плановый ремонт водопровода.

    В следствии чего избирают данную организацию?
    Большой опыт работы – более 200 восстановленных очистных сооружений в России и за ее пределами, наличие всех без исключения разрешения и лицензий на выполнение ремонтно-строительных и инженерных работ, создание и проектирование экологического, безопасного, энергосохраняющего, очень эфективного оснащения, послегарантийное сопровождение, безупречный и ответственный обслуживающий персонал.

    Полная очистка скважин – Восстановление дебита скважины

  40. RobertSip says:

    Yahoo Search – веб-поиск https://t.co/e6ftGUKDjT
    Поисковая система, которая поможет вам найти именно то, что вы ищете. Найти наиболее актуальную информацию, видео, изображения и ответы со всей сети

  41. Heath says:

    Keep up the excellent piece of work, I read few articles on this website and I think that your web site
    is rattling interesting and has sets of good information.

    My web page – exam (Heath)

  42. Hanna says:

    Hey there! Someone in my Myspace group shared this website with us so I came to take a look.
    I’m definitely loving the information. I’m book-marking and will be tweeting this to my
    followers! Exceptional blog and wonderful design and
    style.

    Here is my website :: test (Hanna)

  43. shorturl.at says:

    I was just seeking this information for some time. After 6 hours of continuous Googleing,
    at last I got it in your website. I wonder what is the lack
    of Google strategy that do not rank this kind of informative sites in top of the list.

    Usually the top web sites are full of garbage.

    Feel free to surf to my blog: exam – shorturl.at

  44. ilets essay says:

    Hi my friend! I wish to say that this article is amazing,
    great written and come with almost all significant infos.
    I would like to see more posts like this .

  45. is.gd says:

    Wonderful article! This is the type of info that are supposed to be shared across the internet.
    Disgrace on Google for not positioning this put up upper!
    Come on over and consult with my web site
    . Thanks =)

    Take a look at my blog; exam – is.gd

  46. tinyurl.com says:

    Great work! This is the kind of info that should be shared around the internet.
    Disgrace on the seek engines for no longer positioning this post
    higher! Come on over and discuss with my website
    . Thank you =)

    Look into my page – exam; tinyurl.com,

  47. click this link says:

    Do you have a spam problem on this website; I also am a blogger, and I was wondering your situation; we have created some nice methods and we are looking to swap techniques with others, please shoot me an e-mail if interested.

  48. look at this says:

    Thank you for the auspicious writeup. It in reality used to be a enjoyment account it. Look complicated to far delivered agreeable from you! However, how could we be in contact?

  49. Homes For Sale says:

    Hey would you mind letting me know which webhost you’re working with?
    I’ve loaded your blog in 3 different internet browsers and I must say this blog loads a lot quicker then most.

    Can you recommend a good internet hosting provider at a
    reasonable price? Cheers, I appreciate it!

  50. is.gd says:

    I like what you guys are up too. Such clever work and reporting!
    Keep up the superb works guys I’ve incorporated you guys to my blogroll.

    I think it’ll improve the value of my web site :).

    Here is my blog :: exam – is.gd,

  51. https://n9.cl says:

    Hi there! Someone in my Facebook group shared this site with
    us so I came to look it over. I’m definitely enjoying the information. I’m bookmarking and will be tweeting this
    to my followers! Terrific blog and fantastic design and
    style.

    Check out my blog post: test (https://n9.cl)

  52. Mug Custom By FoxMugs says:

    Hi, I do think this is a great website. I stumbledupon it 😉 I will return yet again since I saved as a favorite it. Money and freedom is the best way to change, may you be rich and continue to help others.

  53. Mason Holabaugh says:

    Woah! I’m really enjoying the template/theme of this blog. It’s simple, yet effective. A lot of times it’s challenging to get that “perfect balance” between user friendliness and appearance. I must say you’ve done a excellent job with this. Additionally, the blog loads very fast for me on Safari. Outstanding Blog!

  54. click here now says:

    Its like you read my mind! You appear to know so much about this, like you wrote the book in it or something. I think that you could do with a few pics to drive the message home a bit, but other than that, this is fantastic blog. A fantastic read. I will definitely be back.

  55. discover here says:

    Hi there, I discovered your site by means of Google at the same time as looking for a related subject, your web site came up, it looks great. I have bookmarked it in my google bookmarks.

  56. read this post here says:

    Good day! Would you mind if I share your blog with my zynga group? There’s a lot of folks that I think would really appreciate your content. Please let me know. Many thanks