Six Circle Gifting Club. An illegal cash gifting scheme run by a convicted sex offender.

Six Circle Gifting Club

Founder: Abasi Amin
Known aliases: Wayne Cole, Asili Amin
Isaba Cash Club
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Some of Abasi's other shady-seeming financial promotions include:
National Wealth Center - see
Finalmente Global - see
Passive Expert is an ad pack scheme, and ad packs are illegal in the United States.
Authorities are currently moving aginst it - see
Staked Wallet - cryptocurrency discussion websites have been sounding an alarm regarding this company for some months.
Mirror Trading International - under a Cease & Desist with possible additional legal storms heading for them.

And where would we be without including Abasi's own Ponzi scheme?

New members wanted! On 6-1-2020 the Isaba Cash Club (ICC) has launched our own Passive Profits Program (PPP) in which members may deposit at least $100 but no more than $10,000 and earn an Annual Percentage Yield (APY) of AT LEAST 120% on our funds! You may also earn more by inviting others but since this IS NOT a ponzi scheme referrals are extra, not mandatory. Feel free to follow the Steps below to learn more and earn more.

Step 1: View the PPP overview video below.

Step 2: Read the Notes below.

Note 1: All new deposits will be processed within 72 hrs. There is no waiting or processing period for reinvested funds. For example, if your 30 cycle ends on the 21st day of the month your new cycle will begin on the 22nd if you inform us that you want to stay reinvested (See Note 4 below).

Note 2: You may deposit as little as $100; however, you may only submit one $100 to $199 deposit within the same 30 day cycle. The 2nd deposit within that cycle has to be at least $200.

Note 3: Referral bonuses for new deposits will be paid out as soon as the deposits are processed. Residual referral bonuses will be paid out on the 1st day of the new cycle.

Note 4: Your principal and profit will be paid out to you upon completion of your 30 day cycle. If you want to reinvest any portion of your funds you must notify us via the Reinvestment Form below (Scroll down past Step 4). Any reinvested funds have to be $100 or more.

Note 5: If you have any questions that were not answered in Steps 1 and 2 please submit them via the following email and please input Passive Profits Program and your sponsor's invite code (if you have one) in the subject line of the email:

Step 3: Complete the enrollment form below and we will reply within 24 hrs.

Now, regarding Abasi's personal past...
Crime: Sentence: Term: 15 Year(s) to 30 Year(s) State Prison; Offense description: Actual,Sexual Intercourse; Actual,Deviate Sexual Intercourse; Actual,Kidnapping/Unlawful Imprisonment; charge: Non-NYS Felony Sex Offense, Jurisdiction: NYCPD Sex Offender Unit
Appeal by the defendant from an order of the Supreme Court, Kings County (Guzman, J.), dated May 27, 2011, which, after a hearing, designated him a level three sex offender pursuant to Correction Law article 6–C.

ORDERED that the order is affirmed, without costs or disbursements.

A court may exercise its discretion and make an upward departure from the presumptive risk level where it concludes that there exists an aggravating factor of a kind, or to a degree, that is otherwise not adequately taken into account by the Sex Offender Registration Act (hereinafter SORA) Guidelines ( see People v. Richardson, 101 A.D.3d 837, 838, 957 N.Y.S.2d 158; Sex Offender Registration Act: Risk Assessment Guidelines and Commentary at 4 [2006] ). “ ‘[T]he People must prove the facts in support of the aggravating factor by clear and convincing evidence’ ” ( People v. Richardson, 101 A.D.3d at 838–839, 957 N.Y.S.2d 158, quoting People v. Wyatt, 89 A.D.3d 112, 123, 931 N.Y.S.2d 85).

Here, the Supreme Court properly determined that the defendant's concurrent offense, involving the attempted gunpoint abduction of a woman at a New Jersey mall, which he committed three weeks after he abducted another woman at a New Jersey mall at gunpoint and raped her, constituted an aggravating factor of a kind, or to a degree, that was otherwise not adequately taken into account by the SORA Guidelines ( see People v. Vasquez, 49 A.D.3d 1282, 853 N.Y.S.2d 767; Sex Offender Registration Act: Risk Assessment Guidelines and Commentary at 14). Upon making that determination, and upon proof by clear and convincing evidence of the facts in support of that aggravating factor, the Supreme Court providently exercised its discretion in granting the People's application for an upward departure ( see People v. Henry, 91 A.D.3d 927, 938 N.Y.S.2d 323; People v. Wyatt, 89 A.D.3d at 123, 931 N.Y.S.2d 85).