Jeremy Tan and his cohorts have been engaged in efforts to discredit the authors of the articles that prove his ICOs are illegal, unregistered and are not delivering what they promised. Jeremy Tan has even pretended to be a female investor to try to extract information about authorities involved.
An Address Match
An “investor” on the 29th of January 2019 posts messages claiming that the address that was exposed as the mine site is in fact on the Helios Energy website. This investor was the only person to raise this and Jeremy Tan posted minutes later (just like Jayne Tulia).
This was known to be false as the address is the same serviced office used in the past and thus not checked. However it later becomes apparent that the Helios Energy website was replaced sometime after the 25th of January when the articles exposing Veritas Mining and SolarStake went live.
By a sheer stroke of luck this investor has the foresight to go to the Helios Energy website, find the changed address, search for the address (which because of mapping issues with Thailand actually shows a different location) and somehow connects the mining facility that I identified with the address on the website.
The “investor” CJR also goes on to say that the address on the Helios Energy website has been confirmed to be not the same address as the mining facility. Jeremy Tan would be well aware that he ordered the website to be replaced in the last 96 hours but he only comments “They said they spoke to locals. Lol Wow”.
This investor only discovered this website a few hours earlier so in the space of four hours was able to work out the location of the mining facility.
Looking at CJR’s posting history and defence of Veritas Mining it looks as though he is either Jeremy Tan or Jeremy Tan asked him to post on his behalf.
The first part of the deception is that they backdated the creation date of the website, they are using WordPress and you can backdate the creation date which they set to the 4th of October 2019. What they failed to realise is that the author took a manual snapshot on the Internet Archive of the Helios Energy website on the 19th of January 2020 which shows the old website.
Looking at the Helios Energy page source shows the creation date and last updated date.
When you upload any files such as images and documents to WordPress by default it uploads them to folders based on the date uploaded. A file uploaded in January 2020 would be placed in a folder called 01 under the folder 2020. All of the files uploaded to the Helios Energy website were uploaded to the folders https://heliosenergy.info/core/uploads/2020/01/ which proves that this website was created in January 2020.
Jeremy Tan believes that adding the real address of the mining facility in an attempt to claim that this instead is a serviced office is beyond absurd and coupled with the fact that this was uploaded after the information went live shows how desperate he is to discredit the author. The main changes between the old and new website is covered here.
New Address | 9/12 Moo 13, Lum Luk Ka, Pathum Thani, 12150 Thailand
Old Address | 179/51 Suan Prink Thai, Pathum Thani, 12000 Thailand
The SolarStake website still shows the old address for Helios Energy Co Ltd.
9/12 Moo 13, Lum Luk Ka, Pathum Thani, 12150 Thailand
Entering the address exactly as entered by Jeremy Tan on the new website and as any “investor” like CJR would have done gives the following results. Note that the many markers in that small area is the location of the actual mining facility and the claimed 798kW solar facility.
The resulting area given is an area approximately 30km x 10km which makes it utterly incredible that an “investor” was able to find the facility using this address and match it to the location on this site when the time taken for me to find the location took place over a number of months with local assistance.
The only person that claims to know the mining facility location is Jeremy Tan and without his assistance this “investor” would never have found the location. No other investor posted anything about this as they were unable to find the location using the address given just like in the example above.
The contents of the HeliosEnergy-Learn.pdf document used to exist on the old Helios Energy website but on the new site it was converted from the source word document to a PDF to be placed on the website.
Looking at the properties for HeliosEnergy-Learn.pdf inside Adobe Acrobat Pro shows the author as Martin and a creation date and time of 24/01/2020 11:09:07 AM and a local time (GMT+10) of 25/01/2020 05:09:07 AM. The date under Document Properties shows the creation date and time in the timezone of the creator and clicking on Additional Metadata shows you the date and time in your own timezone which in the following example is GMT +10.
This shows this document was created four hours after the articles went live on this website.
We know that the time zones are 18 hours apart and we further know that the only Martin involved with the project is Martin Weiss but how to connect him to this document?
Martin Weiss is based in Canada in Kelowna, British Columbia which has a timezone of GMT -8. The time difference is 18 hours from GMT+10 which is reflected in the Adobe Acrobat document properties shown above which confirms that the person that created this document was most likely Martin Weiss.
There is no way to determine the date that this website went live without having access to the server but what can be ascertained from the evidence collected above is that;
- The creation date was altered from the real date which is after the 25th of January 2020 to the 4th of October 2019.
- The Internet Archive capture on the 19th of January 2020 showing the old website was still live.
- Folder information from WordPress showed it was created sometime in January 2020.
- The old website was still operational on the 25th of January 2020 as images were taken from it that day to use in articles.
- The PDF file information above shows that Jeremy Tan ordered the Helios Energy website to be replaced in an attempt to discredit my information and that this occurred four hours after the upload of articles took place exposing Jeremy Tan and his operation.
- The “investor” CJR happened to stumble across the changed address on the Helios Website within a period of 96 hours and link them together despite common mapping programs being unable to properly handle Thai addresses.
The takeaway from all of this is that Jeremy Tan has engaged in deceptive behaviour in order to attempt to discredit the author of these articles, Jeremy Tan refuses to answer any questions regarding the articles when asked by investors and instead has his right hand man Furat Al-Murani and Andrew Fornes answer for him. He also uses what is another one of his Alias accounts to manipulate the investors from both sides.