Чувак, вложивший баксы. Сколько на самом деле должен генеральный директор Хронопэй Врублевский П. О. вкладчикам Fethard.biz. Цифры inside.
Can they have really been partners? Extracts from the Trade Register of the Kingdom of the Netherlands
30 Октября 2010 00:35
I have never boasted about being one of the founders of the CHRONOPAY B.V. Company, but I have never done anything special to keep it secret either.
It's hard to believe that former partners can engage in such rubbish (I mean all that crap that Pavel has been babbling on about me, as well as everything that I'm going to write in this blog) but it's true.
I see the main task of this blog as an honest, and as unbiased and impartial as possible, coverage of Pavel Vrublevsky's activities. It'd be the most appropriate to start with the brief history of the CHRONOPAY B.V. Company.
The company was established on March 24, 2003 in Amsterdam. The founders were two other Dutch companies established on the same day. Initially, each of the two founders owned 50% of CHRONOPAY B.V.
Here are the names of those companies: RED & PARTNERS B.V. (owned and managed by Pavel Vroublevski) and DPNET B.V. (owned and managed by Igor Goussev up to May 12, 2004).
All the three companies had equal chartered capitals of 90,000 euros and paid-up capitals of 18,000 euros each, and they had the same legal address: Strawinskylaan 1443, 1077XX Amsterdam.
More details can be found at:
Those having any doubts can also proceed to the website of the Trade Register of the Kingdom of the Netherlands where, for a small sum of money, they can find the same information:
(find the Toegangscode aanvragen link at this page – there is a registration form in English there).
The file below provides information on the percentage ratio of the founding companies' shares, as well as the revision of the shares and changing them from 50/50 to 75/25 – Page 4, Art. 1.3:
It's a rather old report but some things shown there are still quite interesting. For example, CHRONOPAY B.V. only had 3 full time employees in 2004, and as many as 5 employees worked for the company in 2005! As of December 31, 2005 the company's financial losses amounted to 250,000 euros, which should seem to perfectly tally with the following quotation from the Who Are We? section of the company's website:
ChronoPay is one of the leading Payment Service Providers on the European market. Headquartered in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, the company enjoys an exceptional track record of growth.
As a matter of fact, CHRONOPAY B.V. is a very small company with no dynamic activities; it's used rather for image purposes. Remember about the eyewash and self-PR? (I wrote about it in the About the Blog section). With a lapse of time, it's going to become much clearer what Chronopay really is.