Nik Halik

In November and December 2017, Nik Halik streamed online webinars to his database of followers to provide privately funded investment opportunities to fund the printing of his latest book, 5 Day Weekend.

His investment contract promised a 25% return on investment within a 12 month contract period, along with the following other promises:

-25% profits from events related to the 2018 book launch in Australia
-2 tickets to Nik Halik’s War Room Mastermind
-A wealth strategy call (supposedly a $10, 000 value)
-25 signed copies of the 5 Day Weekend book
-$250 AUD worth of free Bitcoin for each share invested

Two months following the end of the one-year contract period, no capital has been returned, no interest has been paid, no books have been received, and all other promises have been broken. The only inclusion still on offer was a wealth strategy call, however, it is not encouraging or inspiring to have a “wealth strategy call” with an unprofessional and unethical business person who does not keep his contractual obligations, particularly one who has outstanding debts to the person he is advising on the call.

Avoid any and all investments with Nik Halik. He does not abide by his contractual obligations and cannot be trusted as an investment partner.

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  • Anonymous says:

    Unfortunately, you are not the only one in this situation. Like you, I am yet to see one penny or bonus that was promised. I trusted this man and he took everything

  • I also was victim of Nik Halik and his investments. has anybody tried to recover there investment – I would like to share information, AB

    • Hi AB, not sure how old this thread is but have commented below…

  • Another victim of Nik Halik, I still have contact with 5 other people who may be interested in taking action. I believe with 7 or more claims against him, we could start a class action, but have no idea of the cost involved? Any ideas or comments? We may be able to save many other people from losing money as we have, although I think he may have run away to USA…

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