Meanwhile, strange things are starting to happen around Questra World who had seemingly already collapsed a year ago. Let us remind you the situation: all positive messages to investors from Alexander Pan (Prochukhan), Cheslav Pestiuk, Stanislav Kravtsov, Konstantin Mamchur, and Fanis Dzhuraev ended in August 2017 when the pyramid leaders hastily froze all investors’ accounts, withdrew them from the organization’s funds, and ran away.
Aided by his partner Cheslav Pestiuk, Alexander Pan (Prochukhan) withdrew the entire capital (considered to be about 30 million euro but may be as high as 50 million according to unconfirmed information) and deposited it to the account of Development Distribution Analytics Capital Limited, a company previously formed by the fraudsters. This topic is actively discussed on the forums; users write the following:
Surprisingly, there is also a Ukrainian version of the company, named ТОВ “ДЕВЕЛОПМЕНТ ДІСТРІБЮШН АНАЛІТІКС КАПІТАЛ, with three founders. Along with Alexander Pan (Prochukhan) and Cheslav Pestiuk, there was a shareholder by the name Viktoria Valerianovna Biskup (born on June 17, 1984). In the course of our investigation, we found out that she used to go by her maiden name Pestiuk which indicates a direct familial relationship to Cheslav Yurievich Pestiuk. We will collect all the information about these companies in a separate material and will publish them on the International Investigations Assistance Center’s website.
Logic dictates that after such a huge fiasco and the real scandal brought on by their freezing investors’ accounts all over the world, the financial pyramid founders should not just hide for many years to come but behave as quietly and orderly as possible during all that time without attracting anyone’s attention again.
However, only 9 months later, someone named Diego Martin starts recording a video in poor English, saying that not everything’s lost yet, there are ways to revive the project, the investors need to arm themselves with patience. He’s saying all this from the position of someone who is aiming to become Questra World’s CEO, who is aware of the situation and takes the investors’ plight to heart. Mr. Martin has already recorded several videos and actively corresponds in the chats, enthusiastically answering questions. From the side, the situation reminds us of the wonderful old song “All Things Are Fine, My Fair Lady”
In general, this man’s entire message boils down to the theme “Gentlemen! Have no fear! Keep on dreaming, and your dream will become reality! We will definitely return and resume work! You just need to wait a little bit”. By and large, this is the favorite theme of Alexander Pan (Prochukhan) or Cheslav Pestiuk (and, of course, of all their accomplices) – “Don’t think with your head, vote with your heart”. It has proven impossible to find any openly available information about this man: absolutely all foreign top-manager resources, news portals, and job search sites are traitorously silent. Here a legitimate question arises: if we momentarily assume that Questra World actually originates in Spain and is a completely honest and legal international corporation with funds turnover in the billions, would it be hiring an unknown top manager for its CEO? The global practice and experience of the really large companies shows that corporations (especially in hard times) invite well known, experienced, prestigious people to the top-manager position.
The situation with Mr. Martin who, even if he has existed, has clearly remained incognito, brings us to the distressing conclusion that this is an actor hired by Alexander Pan (Prochukhan) and Cheslav Pestiuk whose role is to release to the public texts he writes under the company management’s dictation as well as to suppress the anxiety among the investors defrauded in 2017.
Essentially, nothing is changing; the number of the defrauded isn’t decreasing, their outrage and desire to see Alexander Pan (Prochukhan) in court (or even better yet, communicate with him in some deserted spot and lynch him) is growing at a speed considerably higher than the fraudsters’ promises for phenomenal growth of future profits.
Essentially, nothing is changing; the number of the defrauded isn’t decreasing, their outrage and desire to see Alexander Pan (Prochukhan) in court (or even better yet, communicate with him in some deserted spot and lynch him) is growing at a speed considerably higher than the fraudsters’ promises for phenomenal growth of future profits. This leads to only one possible conclusion — these people were apparently terrified by the realization that their plan to blame everything on Pavel Krymov, Worldcore or someone else has failed. From the look of things, it has dawned on them that everyone who that show was meant for is now aware that the actor who played the role of Pavel Krymov isn’t Pavel Krymov and that after receiving his fee (paid in dental services and weight loss pills), he was no longer in the picture and didn’t give “statements”.
Here there is actually one more aspect: Pan (Prochukhan)’s Russian and Russian-language sites keep stubbornly silent about Diego Martin as if he has never existed. The investors – yes, they swamped the social networks with hopeful messages. After all, if you’ve waited a year, you can wait a couple more months (this is what the investors themselves write in social network discussions on this topic).