After the new revelation on Monday, the sale of Perth Glory is now on the edge of collapse. According to the reports, the London crypto-currency entrepreneur who was about to buy Perth Glory Soccer club is a convicted scammer.
After an exclusive 6PR-Nine News investigation, it has been found that the entrepreneur, Jim Aylward who was trying to buy the Soccer club is a convicted fraudster James Abbass Biniaz. The 40-year-old Biniaz went to prison in 2010 in the UK for a sophisticated property fraud against the tax department. He has also been found guilty of assault and robbery in the past.
Convicted Of Scam, Assault And Robbery
Biniaz is the face of London Football Exchange that recently asked Perth Glory’s owner to become its chairman. Not only Biniaz was using a fake name but when he was asked for it said the reports, he didn’t deny to it. He asked Gareth Parker the 6PR’s investigator who was working on the case to hold off the information from release.
The deal raised eyebrows last month when the crypto entrepreneur behind the company asked to buy Glory as a part of the crypto business model to offer crypto tokens to the fans.
Furthermore, the potential owners of Perth Glory were also sued by an oil trader for $2.2 million. According to the claim, the London Football Exchange persuaded them for taking such a big amount as a loan using fraudulent information. It is yet to be tested if these claims are true or not.
Promises Made By LFE Flamboyant Founder
LFE promised the soccer club to make it the first-ever Football Group that will have seven clubs from across the world and also use crypto as a means to allows fans connect with the teams on a more intimate basis.
The flamboyant founder of the London Football Exchange, Jim Aylward had also promised to announce soon regarding the takeovers of other similar sports clubs including French Ligue 1 and English Premier League but only gave vague details on the matter.