IN A NUTSHELL:
The company VIDYPS 79 d.o.o., doing business as Blue2Digital, had a music digital distribution deal with Vevo, LLC starting April 2013 all until May 9, 2015, when Vevo removed all the videos ever distributed by Blue2Digital from Vevo.com and YouTube, without any prior notice or explanation; I tried to reach out to them (email, phone), but they did not reply (for more details on this issue, please check this link). On the same day of May 9, 2015 I (Vladimir Milicev, CEO of VIDYPS 79) contacted John Guerrier De'Bey a.k.a. Sean Thurman (a client of Blue2Digital's since Sep 4, 2013) and asked for help, because I knew De'Bey had good connections with one of Vevo's major owners, Universal Music Group; De'Bey agreed to help, seeking no reward in return, but I didn't know he would eventually turn against me, my company and its clients. John Guerrier De'Bey a.k.a. Sean Larvonde Thurman a.k.a. Sean L. Thurman a.k.a. Sean Thurman a.k.a. Sean Guerrier De'Bey a.k.a. John De'Bey. a.k.a. John Atiko a.k.a. David Giovanelli Jr. (74 W 92nd St, 17D, New York, New York 10025, United States), his wife Sylfronia King a.k.a. Sylfronia King-De'Bey a.k.a. Sylfronia De'Bey a.k.a. Rebecca White and his mother-in-law, Dorothea Oliver-King are suspected of numerous misrepresentations, fraudulent actions and submission of forged, falsified and altered documents, including but not limited to official corporate, federal, state and court documents, documents issued by the Internal Revenue Service, the Secretary of State of the State of Nevada and NY County Clerk, alleged court decisions, falsified stock purchase agreement, fabricated invoices for alleged license fees, tax payments and accounting fees, as well as various fictitious services by fictitious attorneys. Our company paid over $87,000 to De'Bey and individuals associated with him based on these forged, falsified and altered documents.
On August 30, 2017, the case was reported to the IC3 via WWW.IC3.GOV.
* In January 2016 John Guerrier De'Bey a.k.a. Sean Thurman filed a name change petition before the Civil Court of the City of New York when he changed his name from Sean Larvonde Thurman to John Guerrier De'Bey: According to his Linkedin profile, he has been in a close relationship with Universal Music Group and Def Jam Recordings and no-one has ever denied it; however, his Linkedin page is full of fake or misused profiles and recommendations; just for example, the name of one of the guys De'Bey has given his recommendations to is not Micheal Marlardo, but Paul Emmanuel, and this Linkedin profile is fake (Photo: Wikimedia Commons)
THE SEQUENCE OF EVENTS IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER:
Actually, we have to stop by for a moment and introduce some updates here. Namely, John D'Bey has always claimed about his connections with Def Jam Recordings, so if you just enter "Paul Rosenberg Def Jam" in Google:https://www.google.com/search?q=paul+rosenberg+def+jam
and if you also do the search of the New York State attorney directory and look for "Paul Rosenberg", you will come across very interesting information on who "Paul Rosenberg" could be. One thing's for sure: there is no such an attorney as previously introduced by John De'Bey, but in this particular case, De'Bey seems to have been inspired by a "true story".
but there is "Reug Vision INC" owned by John Guerrier De'Bey a.k.a. Sean Thurman with the file number 5143041 on that same address that "V-ERA Soft LLC" was allegedly founded at: 1201 ORANGE ST., STE 600 ONE COMMERCE CENTER; the money was paid to Sylfronia King's account for registering this fictitious company
* Click HERE to review the documents forged, falsified and altered by John Guerrier De'Bey a.k.a. Sean Larvonde Thurman
>> Introduction: Scammers in the music business >> Why did VEVO actually shut down its on demand video streaming website and apps >> Meet the New York based company suspected of an unauthorized publishing around 1,000 music videos on Vevo >> Merlin Network - Is there an intention to control the flow of revenues shared between the music platforms, indie artists and labels? >> Meet the guys from New York suspected of misinforming their clients on the actual status of resellers indirectly distributing videos to Vevo, submission of incorrect information and making promises about guaranteed numbers of views during the period 2014-2015 >> The mystery of a letter allegedly written by a New York law firm partner in October 2015 >> Complaint against TD Bank for approving a wire transfer fraud >> Complaint against JPMorgan Chase Bank for approving a wire transfer fraud >> Meet the first Assamese singer who faked tens of millions of views on Vevo >> Is it possible to report cybercrime in India or not? >> A letter to Blue2Digital clients >> Then and now: We present the reasons why you should not send your video to Vevo anymore