Personal stories

Karolis Juicyfields story

Here’s my story: My name is Karolis and I’m 24 years old living in Portugal. I started investing in JuicyFields around the same time i started investing in other things like the stock market and P2P programs, which was at the time i began my working career. It was first mentioned to me by a friend who is a big believer in cannabis and all of its potential uses. He first found it online, through a post on social media. I had no particular association to cannabis but I thought it was a good way to diversify and found JuicyFields very convincing. After the first year of investing with JF, I realized they could boost my life to a place where I don’t need to worry about money anymore and just be able to live freely. Isn’t financial freedom what we all look for? So I decided to focus all of my investments into JF because it was much more profitable. The dream seemed real, they were succeeding and showing all of these partnerships and gatherings… Then came the doomsday. Everything was disabled and the lies began. Most of the money I had gathered and invested since the start of my career was gone. Yes, I’m young and I will make it back, but gathering the first savings is the hardest. I had little cash to fall back to and nothing to show for the years I worked. In the back of my mind I always had that thought that this could be a scam, that it’s too good to be true. Which is why I never told my parents about it, but I know other friends who have invested money they didn’t have. Loans from banks, family involved and contributing. When it all came crashing down, the guilt we felt for sharing this “great” opportunity was harder to bear than the money we lost ourselves. Truly the biggest pain for me is not the money, but the emotional damage that this has caused amongst my circles. Which is why I hope that the facilitators can pay for allowing this kind of disgusting crimes to be done and sometimes even incentivizing them.