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Questioning the Nominee Role & the Claims of Apollon Athanasiades & the NOA Circle Case |QBFExposed

In a deep dive into the intricate web of financial dealings, we uncover the questionable ties between QBF, NOA Circle, and key figures like Apollon Athanasiades and Linda Athanasiadou. While claims of mere 'nominee' roles have been presented, evidence suggests a deeper involvement. From Linda Athanasiadou's frequent presence at QBF's office to the hefty 1-20% fees charged by NOA Circle, the narrative of simple 'nominee services' becomes increasingly dubious. Moreover, public sources like Zhazhda.biz clearly indicate NOA as a partner of QBF, further challenging the 'nominee-only' claim. As we strive for transparency and accuracy, it's worth noting that both Apollon Athanasiades and NOA Circle were contacted for their insights but have yet to respond.

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In the intricate web of financial dealings and alleged frauds, the QBF & NOA Circle case stands out as a significant point of contention. Apollon Athanasiades, along with Linda Athanasiadou and NOA Circle, have consistently maintained their position as mere nominees to QBF, claiming no knowledge of the purported fraud. However, a deep dive into the available evidence and testimonies suggests otherwise.


The Ambiguous Relationship between QBF, NOA Circle, Linda Athanasiadou and Apollon Athanasiades

While QBF has been transparent about its affiliations with various entities, the nature of its relationship with NOA Circle, Linda Athanasiadou and Apollon Athanasiades raises eyebrows.


There are indications that NOA Circle, Linda Athanasiadou and Apollon Athanasiades might not have been acting solely as a nominee. This poses questions about the depth and nature of their involvement and whether there were any underlying motives or benefits that were not disclosed to the public or investors.


NOA Circle Partnership with QBF

NOA Circle was prominently highlighted as a partner of QBF. The manner in which the association was detailed suggests that NOA Circle was not just a mere collaborator but an integral part of the QBF group.


Such a close bond was explicitly mentioned during a press event given by Zelimkhan Munayev and Apollon Athanasiades in 2017. You can find the original article here.


Such claims indicate NOA Circle's relationships with QBF being of a deeper level of collaboration and mutual business interests, as well as being part of the same group. Several articles can be found online that suggest such a special relationship, and far from the fiduciary/nominee claims made by Apollon Athanasiades at court in the civil case Burlaka Alina Evgenievna and others v NOA Circle Ltd and others, action No. 525/2022 dated 3 January 2023 and 16 March 2023.


Contradictions in Testimonies:

Documents and evidence from various sources, including articles and blog posts published on QBFExposed.com and QBFStop.com, have unveiled information that starkly contradicts the witness statements given by Apollon Athanasiades. Specifically, these contradictions arise in the civil case Burlaka Alina Evgenievna and others v NOA Circle Ltd and others, action No. 525/2022 dated 3 January 2023 and 16 March 2023.


Whistleblowers and Police Investigations:

Evidence, which remains undisclosed due to ongoing police investigations, has been presented to authorities as early as 2020. Various whistleblowers have consistently highlighted the direct involvement of the Athanasiades and NOA in the QBF & NOA Circle Fraud case. This evidence challenges the narrative that Apollon and Linda were merely acting as nominees without any knowledge of the alleged fraud.


Discrepancies and Accountability:

The discrepancies between the documented evidence and the statements made in court raise serious questions about the testimonies' credibility. The pursuit of truth and justice remains paramount, and it's essential to ensure that all parties are held accountable for their actions.


The Role of NOA Circle and AeliusCircle:

Recent posts on QBFExposed.com have addressed concerns and evidence on the role and involvement of NOA Circle, AeliusCircle, Roman Shpakov, Dima Lepeshkin, Linda Athanasiadou, Apollon Athanasiades, Kirill Oleshko, and Ksenia Torres. The posts delve deep into the QBF scam, revealing the deception, greed, and international intrigue surrounding the case.


Questionable Presence and Financial Transactions:

One of the most puzzling aspects of this case is Linda Athanasiadou's frequent presence at the QBF office in Moscow. If she was merely acting as a nominee, why was she spending a significant amount of her time there, far from her family and base in Nicosia, Cyprus?


Furthermore, the financial transactions involving NOA Circlre and Linda, where they charged a fee of up to 25% on all incoming money, raise eyebrows. If their role was limited to nominee services, why were they involved in such hefty financial transactions? It's logical to assume that, at the very least, they acted as money mules, facilitating the movement of illegal money.


The QBF Scam:

The investment company QBF was initially a promising option for investors in Russia. However, it soon became one of Russia's most significant financial scams, affecting over 2,000 investors with losses estimated at over 7 billion rubles. Beneficiary Shpakov Roman disappeared abroad, and the QBF fraud remains one of the most significant financial scams in Russia's history.


While Apollon Athanasiades and others associated with NOA Circle may claim innocence as mere nominees, the evidence suggests a deeper involvement. The discrepancies in testimonies, whistleblower accounts, and documented evidence challenge these claims, emphasizing the importance of a thorough investigation to uncover the truth.


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Disclaimers:
  • The information provided here is based solely on publicly available data.


  • We have refrained from using any other potentially incriminating documents that came to our attention, especially in light of ongoing police investigations.


  • Our primary concern is to ensure the integrity and accuracy of the information shared, respecting the boundaries of public knowledge and legal processes.


  • We reached out to Apollon Athanasiades and NOA Circle for comments regarding the content and findings of this article. As of the publication date, we have not received a response to our request. We believe in presenting a balanced view and will update the article accordingly should they provide any comments or clarifications in the future.


 

In a deep dive into the intricate web of financial dealings, we uncover the questionable ties between QBF, NOA Circle, and key figures like Apollon Athanasiades and Linda Athanasiadou. While claims of mere 'nominee' roles have been presented, evidence suggests a deeper involvement. From Linda Athanasiadou's frequent presence at QBF's office to the hefty 1-20% fees charged by NOA Circle, the narrative of simple 'nominee services' becomes increasingly dubious. Moreover, public sources like Zhazhda.biz clearly indicate NOA as a partner of QBF, further challenging the 'nominee-only' claim. As we strive for transparency and accuracy, it's worth noting that both Apollon Athanasiades and NOA Circle were contacted for their insights but have yet to respond.


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