What are they doing it for? let the TV viewer look into the wallets of different families. Yesterday, 902,000 people saw the first episode of the second season. One of the most striking participants is millionaire Vasco Rouw, who without any problems pays tens of thousands of euros for a holiday to the Greek city of Kos, drives an expensive sports car and has just bought a luxury farm in Emmen. The Rouw family earns about 130,000 euros every month.
Mourning dropped out of school when he was 15 to start a game company. He is now a multimillionaire and earns his money with investments in crypto, among other things. But several viewers question whether this is completely fair and link him to scams.
The viewers have probably seen his name in the media. That’s how it stood Angrycreator Tim Hofman knocked on his door two months ago to tell a story about the cryptocurrency Xpose to which Rouw linked his name. Also TV show Radar denounced the controversial state of affairs, as did BNR journalist Aäron Loupatty, who devoted a four-part podcast to it. According to him, Xpose meets all the characteristics of an ordinary pyramid scheme.
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Partly due to the involvement of Rouw and celebrities such as rapper Boef and Marc Overmars, thousands of, mostly young people, put their money into the virtual currency. It did: Xpose’s value rose to $125 million, and that bubble soon burst. What was clear: here a few people had become very rich, and a lot of people lost their investment, wrote the watchword two months ago.
The fact that the EO Mourning now offers a stage is disconcerting for several viewers. “Why do you pay attention to half a criminal?” writes one Sietse on Twitter. Debbie: ‘130,000 euros per month… professionally defrauding others, right?’ Marcel: ‘Why does the EO give scammers a stage?’
The Evangelical Broadcasting Company could not be reached for comment this morning.
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