MarketPeak is just another company dealing with cryptocurrency…
Only recently I received a message from a law firm asking me to take down the article.
Apparently, the owner of the MarketPeak found out about his particular post and he did not like it.
So he contacted the law firm, and I am going to share the message with you:
Message From the Law Firm
PEAK SYSTEMS FZCO, DSO-IFZA, Dubai Digital Park, Dubai Silicon Oasis, Dubai – UAE, represented by its CEO Sergej Heck, has granted us power of attorney and entrusted us with the representation of its legal interests.
- As you should know, our client operates the website https://marketpeak.com. It is an education and distribution platform that is part of the PeakDeFi ecosystem. The goal of MarketPeak is to educate and train the community in finance, blockchain and DeFi. In addition, MarketPeak offers the community a very well-designed and fair rewards plan.
- Our client recently took notice of your publication on your website with the following headline:
„Is MarketPeak A Scam?“
Your article contains false allegations. In detail:
- „No products“
This is absolutely false. Our client offers a wide range of products and services. First you can choose between several membership packages. These packages offerings are wide-ranging, from highly qualified webinars that take place regularly and several times a week, to various training offerings with different topics such as blockchain, cryptocurrencies, marketing, sales, and others that are of high value to the MarketPeak community. Another special feature are coin tips and reports. There are special in-depth analyses of specific cryptocurrencies which are issued once a month. The second special service is the algorithm software collection of live tested trading strategies.
- „Peak Token can’t be used outside of the platform“
This is also wrong. The Peak token can currently be found and exchanged on several markets such as MEXC or Probit Global. Also see:
Popular trading pairs for Peak in the market include:
PEAK/USD, PEAK/CAD, PEAK/EUR, PEAK/PHP, PEAK/INR, and PEAK/IDR.
So it’s not true that it is impossible to exchange it for real currency.
- „Scam, Ponzi- Pyramidscheme“
Because there are real products and the token can be exchanged out of our client’s platform, MarketPeak is a legitimate businessmodel and not a scheme as mentioned by you.
Further characteristic of such a scheme is the obligation of the members to recruit new members. In addition, the main people behind such pyramid schemes are usually publicly not known.
However, none of this is the case with our client. There is a real product, because our client sells educational courses and materials. All of our client‘s employees are listed and named on its website and its white paper. This creates a level of transparency that it can easily afford due to its legal compliance.
Also there is no requirement for members to recruit new members. It should also be noted that MarketPeak membership does not even require an investment of its own. There is the possibility of a free membership, where it is also possible to receive commissions. This is also completely unusual for a ponzi/pyramid scheme.
Our client does indeed use affiliate marketing for its business. However, this is not a “scam“, rather, it is a sophisticated business idea that requires a great deal of time and research work. Thus it presents a sustainably lucrative business for investors. Therefore, our client’s business cannot be described as “scam”. Your statement is false.
Furthermore, you are not entitled to issue warnings. In the area of financial services, the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority is the official supervisory authority. It therefore has the authority to issue warnings regarding certain companies and transactions. Especially in the cryptocurrency industry, which is particularly risky and therefore prone to fraudulent schemes.
With your statement you have now seized this authority. By issuing this warning, you convey to the reader that there is a reason for this warning, which is already not the case. In this regard, we refer to our previous statements.
There are no warnings or other assessments of MarketPeak by official authorities. There is also no reason to expect such an official assessment in the near future, as our client is acting lawfully. However, with your statement you create exactly this impression, as warnings can only be issued by public authorities.
The false factual allegations presented above violate our client’s rights.
The statements mentioned there are not simply statements of opinion, but statements of fact which – as shown above – are untrue. The statements are likely to hinder our client’s entrepreneurial progress and to cause considerable personal injury.
The statements presented are used solely to damage our client’s reputation by falsely accusing them of fraudulent actions. These allegations serve solely to denigrate and disparage our client and have no basis in fact. The false and defamatory allegations in the articles at issue may deter potential customers and prevent them from participating.
We therefore request you in the name and on behalf of our client to remove the article in question by
As a precaution, we would like to point out that we will advise our client to take legal action to enforce the deletion if the deadline expires without removal of the article and the false allegations.
Tae Joung Kim
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Please note, that I am not a member or an affiliate of MarketPeak. The review that has been taken down has been based on research and information available online in the public domain.
Any recommendations and conclusions are only opinions and may not apply to all persons or situations.