Team McAfee Calls Out Employee and Crypto Exchanges That Defrauded Them Of Millions Of Dollars

In what may be a shocker revelation, a representative of John McAfee team has claimed that they have been ripped off of tens of millions of dollars’ worth of digital assets by an employee, as well as calling out some cryptocurrency exchanges as being accomplices in the nefarious act.
In an email sent to Nulltx, the company’s Chief Executive Officer, Jimmy Watson claimed that their treasurer, Luke Jenkins, who is also an ex-convict, is the brain behind the act. According to him, Jenkins has been working with McAfee’s Crypto Team for over a year, and his primary responsibilities are “to receive, account for and hold all tokens or payments received by John McAfee and Team.” Jenkins however, has refused to reconciled accordingly for the holdings, valued between fifty to one hundred million dollars (depending on current market value). Watson claimed that Jenkins had been given ample time and opportunity to refund, but with his refusal, it is obvious that he has “embezzled and outright stolen” the money.
To prove the authenticity of his claims, Watson revealed that some methods are available for verification, including accounting records of the company.
“The statement herein can be easily verified through numerous methods: Chief Executive Officer is sworn statements, email correspondence with Executive Advisor’s, accounting records of partnerships, accounting records of Team McAfee, smart contracts, eye-witnessed accounts and blockchain technology.” He said.
The CEO revealed that they had received complaints from hundreds of people over the past two months. He called out popular cryptocurrency exchangers HitBTC, TopBTC, and Yobit for being involved in defrauding people of their digital assets.
Jenkins’ parole officer and appropriate authorities have been alerted, as he is an ex-convict out on parole.
Watson then made a stern warning to individuals and other exchanges to desist from withholding any token received from McAfee, as well as blocking Luke Jenkins and his accomplices.
The case does not seem to be dying anytime soon. Earlier, John McAfee had got on a Twitter rant to call out Jenkins and his girlfriend, calling them the “top conspirators.” On the 24th of August, 2018, he tweeted,
“@gemcrypto and @paradigm2070, the top conspirators in the theft of over $62 mil in tokens from us, are trying to unload the stolen tokens. They are using http://DEX.TOP and HitBTC. Nearly every other exchange is cooperating with us. Why these 2? Are they also involved?”
He revealed he had given Jenkins what no one was willing to give him as an ex-convict: chance to get a job. Reacting to this tweet, Jenkins’ girlfriend does not seem fazed by the accusations. In response to McAfee’s tweet, she posted.
“It’s just part of the never-ending Mcafee show. I left America because our visions and morals with crypto are very different. I’ve seen too much, and they don’t want me in the space. I expected something like this. It’s like a soap opera! (Tweeted from my prison cell)”.

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