Jordanian DJ in Dubai scams people through YEM coin, sends cash to Hamas


Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Executive Council is enthusiastic about the outcome of Dubai Metaverse Assembly, a new global event, which is scheduled to take place during the end of September 2022. According to media reports, this global event aims to discuss how to make the most of metaverse’s promising opportunities to serve the mankind.

Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum said that the forum represents a global incubator for future metaverse makers.

“Metaverse is a promising digital world. We aim to harness this technology to enhance the quality of life in the UAE and across the globe”, Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed said. He highlighted that Dubai Metaverse Assembly embodies the vision of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, for the emirate to become a global hub for innovation and futuristic transformations and a key driver for digital and knowledge-based economies around the world.

The Dubai Metaverse Strategy is the first initiative of the higher committee formed under the directives of the Crown Prince during the fifth meeting of the Dubai Council in May 2022.

The committee, chaired by Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, aims to oversee all future technological developments in Dubai’s digital economy and ensure that Dubai’s legislative and legal framework keeps up with the rapid developments of the digital economy and tremendous technological progress.

“We want Dubai to lead globally in adopting the technology of the future, understanding its developments, harnessing its potential, and driving change”, Sheikh Hamdan said.

While Dubai Metaverse Assembly is a brilliant initiative of Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed, key policymakers in the United Arab Emirates and the intelligence agencies are not aware of the fact that several scammers and scam cartels are already attempting to enter into UAE with fake crypto and so-called rainbowcurrency Ponzi schemes. They may also not be aware that a particular company in Dubai, which is run by a Palestinian Hamas man, where he has a members of international scam cartel as top executive and partner in it.

Exposing the Jordanian DJ and his fraudulent venture

Amongst residents of Dubai, ‘Saif And Sound’ is a self-proclaimed “award winning DJ and one of the most reputed personalities in the Middle East”. Saif Al Naji is a Palestinian-Jordanian with direct connections to Palestinian mega-terror outfit Hamas. SaIf Al Naji also runs an event-management company named EcoX in Dubai. In this company, his partner is an individual named Jorge Sebastiao, (real name Nuno Jorge Da Cruz Sebastiao, a British national), who is also the President of a domestic non-profit corporation registered in Nevada, USA.

According to credible source, Nuno Jorge Da Cruz Sebastiao alias Jorge Sebastiao is one of the kingpins of massive scam cartel named Bank Bene Merenti that sells fake crypto named YEM coin to hundreds and thousands of people around the world, especially African and Asian nations. Bank Bene Merenti claims its fraudulent ‘YEM coin’ is “Rainbowcurrency”, an alternative name of Crypto. In our previous reports we have reported in details how this dangerous scam cartel, by making false claim of being an affiliated of the Bank of Japan is robbing-off hundreds of millions of dollars through fake YEM crypto by fooling people in Uganda, Nigeria, Ghana, Burkina Faso, Niger, Gabon, Zimbabwe, Gabon, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, the Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, LAO PDR, Myanmar, Malaysia, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Oman, Bahrain, Syria, Libya, Iran, Iraq, Egypt, and the United Arab Emirates.

While ExoX partner Jorge Sebastiao is directly affiliated with Bank Bene Merenti and YEM coin cartel, Palestinian-Jordanian national Saif Al Naji is clearly a beneficiary and handler of dirty cash of this dangerous scam cartel.

Media reports claim, Bank Bene Merenti has so far collected more than US$2.14 trillion by fooling people who lack adequate knowledge inter-based scam cartels in the world of crypto. These reports said, the YEM coin crypto which is sold by Bank Bene Meneti and few of its co-gangs is non-existent and people putting money into this fraudulent venture would definitely lose everything.

The so-called Bank Bene Merenti shows a market cap of its YEM (Your Everyday Money) equivalent to US$ 2.14 trillion and claims to be a project of the Bank of Japan. Under Japanese and international laws, such claims are tantamount to serious criminal acts.

According to information, by affiliating with Bank Bene Merenti and YEM coin cartel, EcoX man Saif Al Naji is accruing huge sum of scam-cash while a significant portion of the proceeds are diverted to Palestinian mega-terror outfit Hamas.

Another source said, EcoX in Dubai is not only a part of Bank Bene Merenti and YEM coin cartel, it also is a shadow company of Hamas.

According to information, Jorge Sebastiao and Saif Al Naji duo’s fraudulent company EcoX has organized an event titled “Crypto Influencer Meet Up” in Dubai’s Conrad Hotel (7th floor) on September 13, Tuesday, clearly with the ulterior motive of luring UAE residence towards buying fake YEM coin and other types of fake cryptos and so-called rainbow currencies. It is also alleged that Jorge Sebastiao and Saif Al Naji are having financial connections with Ukrainian oligarch and corrupt officials.

Unless Dubai authorities do not take stern action against frauds such as Jorge Sebastiao, Saif Al Naji, the main goal of Crown Prince Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum’s ‘Dubai Metaverse Assembly’ may not succeed as per expectations. As the United Arab Emirates is considered as one of the safest places in the world for foreign investments, it is essential that an immediate investigation is initiated against Jorge Sebastiao, Saif Al Naji and their cohorts.

To be continued

Next Installment: Bank Bene Merenti crypto scam cartel also has a base in Thailand


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