Stanislav Kravtsov is a swindler, fraudster and scammer: Questra/AGAM founder

Stanislav Kravtsov

Stanislav Sergeyevich Kravtsov (Cheslav Pestyuk’s right-hand man in Russia and Kazakhstan).
Formerly, the owner of New Business Vision Ltd., 39 Shkolnaya St., apt. 72, Podolsk, Russia. Graduated from NRTU MIS&A, 2007.
Phone number: 8-926-597-79-17, e-mail address: kravtsov555@gmail.com
Skype account (the same as his username on the Internet): michikami1
Profile on Facebook.com.

Connected persons:
Brother Seryoga Kravtsov – Podolsk, Moscow, Russia.
Romantic interest Irina Kuzmina – Klimovsk, Russia. Place of employment: PepsiCo, sister Irishka Basmanova and sister Anastasiya Orekhova.

Connection with the old team and the old frauds:
Essentially, he isn’t hiding and can be found quickly, considering that Stanislav hasn't changed his phone number, e-mail address and Skype account (nor his username).

Stanislav Kravtsov was entrusted with developing the fraud in Russia and Kazakhstan, which he started doing literally at once – as soon as he appeared on the horizon:

Interesting photos and videos with Stanislav Kravtsov:












Stanislav Kravtsov and the Questra World and AGAM fraud:
There are more than enough facts, including photo and video materials; in the "Backups and Information Sources" section there is an archive of all the accomplices, among other things, the archive contains data about Stanislav Kravtsov:

Stanislav Kravtsov is a swindler, fraudster and scammer: Questra/AGAM founder

Stanislav Kravtsov

Stanislav Sergeyevich Kravtsov (Cheslav Pestyuk’s right-hand man in Russia and Kazakhstan).
Formerly, the owner of New Business Vision Ltd., 39 Shkolnaya St., apt. 72, Podolsk, Russia. Graduated from NRTU MIS&A, 2007.
Phone number: 8-926-597-79-17, e-mail address: kravtsov555@gmail.com
Skype account (the same as his username on the Internet): michikami1
Profile on Facebook.com.

Connected persons:
Brother Seryoga Kravtsov – Podolsk, Moscow, Russia.
Romantic interest Irina Kuzmina – Klimovsk, Russia. Place of employment: PepsiCo, sister Irishka Basmanova and sister Anastasiya Orekhova.

Connection with the old team and the old frauds:
Essentially, he isn’t hiding and can be found quickly, considering that Stanislav hasn't changed his phone number, e-mail address and Skype account (nor his username).

Stanislav Kravtsov was entrusted with developing the fraud in Russia and Kazakhstan, which he started doing literally at once – as soon as he appeared on the horizon:

Interesting photos and videos with Stanislav Kravtsov:












Stanislav Kravtsov and the Questra World and AGAM fraud:
There are more than enough facts, including photo and video materials; in the "Backups and Information Sources" section there is an archive of all the accomplices, among other things, the archive contains data about Stanislav Kravtsov:

Stanislav Kravtsov is a swindler, fraudster and scammer: Questra/AGAM founder

Stanislav Kravtsov

Stanislav Sergeyevich Kravtsov (Cheslav Pestyuk’s right-hand man in Russia and Kazakhstan).
Formerly, the owner of New Business Vision Ltd., 39 Shkolnaya St., apt. 72, Podolsk, Russia. Graduated from NRTU MIS&A, 2007.
Phone number: 8-926-597-79-17, e-mail address: kravtsov555@gmail.com
Skype account (the same as his username on the Internet): michikami1
Profile on Facebook.com.

Connected persons:
Brother Seryoga Kravtsov – Podolsk, Moscow, Russia.
Romantic interest Irina Kuzmina – Klimovsk, Russia. Place of employment: PepsiCo, sister Irishka Basmanova and sister Anastasiya Orekhova.

Connection with the old team and the old frauds:
Essentially, he isn’t hiding and can be found quickly, considering that Stanislav hasn't changed his phone number, e-mail address and Skype account (nor his username).

Stanislav Kravtsov was entrusted with developing the fraud in Russia and Kazakhstan, which he started doing literally at once – as soon as he appeared on the horizon:

Interesting photos and videos with Stanislav Kravtsov:












Stanislav Kravtsov and the Questra World and AGAM fraud:
There are more than enough facts, including photo and video materials; in the "Backups and Information Sources" section there is an archive of all the accomplices, among other things, the archive contains data about Stanislav Kravtsov:

From Policy Attorney To Interior Designer: Interview with Jeanine Hays of AphroChic

Jeanine 2014 Headshot

Name: Jeanine Hays

Education: B.A. from Spelman College in Atlanta, GA. I majored in Political Science with a minor in Sociology.

J.D., American University Washington College of in Washington DC. Focused on domestic violence law and public policy.

In my down time during undergrad and law school I always had creative pursuits. During undergrad I decided to take a painting class my senior year to dive more into my artistic and design side. And in law school, I studied to become a yoga teacher, just searching for a way to express myself more creatively.

Website: www.aphrochic.com

Twitter: @aphrochic

Instagram: @aphrochic

Pinterest: www.pinterest.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/aphrochic

  • Why did you choose to go to Law School in the first place?

I had lived through family violence and wanted to find a way to make things easier for women who needed legal help in regards to domestic violence. During college and law school I worked with several organization that dealt with issues of family violence, from the Defender’s Association in Philadelphia to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence. I was always interested in the policy side of things, and during law school the desire to change social policies really became a focus for me. Continuer la lecture de « From Policy Attorney To Interior Designer: Interview with Jeanine Hays of AphroChic »

Interview with Kelly Francis, a Montreal-based Lawyer

 

Me Kelly Francis
Me Kelly Francis

Name: Kelly Francis

Profession: Lawyer

Websitewww.kellyfrancisavocate.com

Twitter: @KellyFrancisLaw

LinkedIn: Kelly Francis

Education: McGill Law School

City: Montréal

When asked who she was as a lawyer,  Kelly Francis, a practicing lawyer based in Montreal defined herself in one sentence: « I am open-minded and willing to look outside of the box to fulfill my career aspirations as well as to meet my clients’ objectives. ».  Since opening her practice, Kelly who was called to the Quebec Bar in 2011, has been providing legal services to young entrepreneurs, small and medium businesses and start-ups in her solo legal practice.

Continuer la lecture de « Interview with Kelly Francis, a Montreal-based Lawyer »

Jodi Ettenberg, the Legal Nomad.

 

 

Jodi Ettenberg
Jodi Ettenberg

 

Name: Jodi Ettenberg

Education: McGill Law School (Montreal)

Twitter, Facebook, Instagram: @legalnomads

Website: www.legalnomads.com

 

Jodi Ettenberg, is a former lawyer who now focuses on the stories behind the foods we eat. She picks places to settle for 3-4 months at a time to learn, eat, and write, but do not have a set home base. Her travel adventures are shared on her blog.

Below is an interview with Jodi, the Legal Nomad.

Law school experience & legal career.

Jodi Ettenberg: Someone bet me I couldn’t get into law school straight from CEGEP so I applied. I had not otherwise thought to be a lawyer, but enjoyed my education at McGill and learned a new way to think.

I worked as a corporate lawyer from 2003-2008 in New York City, first in M&A and Securities, and then in New Media/Technology law.  Continuer la lecture de « Jodi Ettenberg, the Legal Nomad. »

What you can learn from Divine Muragijimana

Divine Muragijimana
Divine Muragijimana

This interview is part of a new series of interviews of people outside of law, whom law students (and others ) can also learn from.

Born in Burundi, Divine Muragijimana had lived in four countries before transitioning to a life in the United States. In 2011, alongside Okenfe Lebarty, she co-founded The Council of Young African Leaders (the CYAL), giving her the opportunity to work with an exciting and dedicated group of young African professionals dedicated at providing a platform for dialogue, networking and access to resources for young Africans in the Diaspora. Continuer la lecture de « What you can learn from Divine Muragijimana »

Eric Reed, the Wandering Lawyer (Part II)

 

Eric Reed, the Wandering Lawyer
Eric Reed, the Wandering Lawyer

Eric Reed is a former financial litigator turned journalist. He is an avid traveler, a huge Michigan Wolverines fan and lifelong nerd. Eric is also engaged to an endlessly patient woman who tolerates him leaving the country every few months and hanging posters of Iron Man and University of Michigan flags on her walls. In part II of our interview, Eric shares his travel stories and travel tips.

Be sure to check Part I if you missed it!

– What are some of the places you have been to? Which ones are your favourites? 

At this point I’ve been to most countries of Europe and east Asia (with the notable exceptions of China and Korea). It’s hard to pick favorites, but I think I would say Cambodia and Greece. Continuer la lecture de « Eric Reed, the Wandering Lawyer (Part II) »

Coping with Stress at Law School

 

Image from etsu.edu.
Image from etsu.edu.

Many law students undergo a certain amount of stress due to difficulties in coping with their studies and everyday life. Despite many symptoms of psychological and behavioural disorders among the students, many of them are reluctant to talk about it. The long-term stress or some traumatic events can cause mental illness (anxiety and depression) which will not be inconsequential. Continuer la lecture de « Coping with Stress at Law School »

Eric Reed, the Wandering Lawyer (Part 1)

Eric Reed, the Wandering Lawyer
Eric Reed, the Wandering Lawyer

Eric Reed is a former financial litigator turned journalist. He is an avid traveler, a huge Michigan Wolverines fan and lifelong nerd. Eric is also engaged to an endlessly patient woman who tolerates him leaving the country every few months and hanging posters of Iron Man and University of Michigan flags on her walls.

Below is my interview with Eric Reed, the Wandering Lawyer.

 – Can you tell us why you chose to study Law in the first place? 

I went to Law School because I enjoy studying how things work. The law is a spectacular intellectual challenge. Especially in common law countries, where it consists of hundreds of years of problem solving all layered on top of each other. Studying the law is like tinkering with some fantastic machine Continuer la lecture de « Eric Reed, the Wandering Lawyer (Part 1) »