Case No. 45/2018: Mercado Pago & CEO Marcos Galperin
NOTIFICATION to Stanford Graduate School of Business & Wharton School (University of Pennsylvania)
Dear Universities, on August 10, 2018, the International Buddhist Ethics Committee is hereby notifying you that Marcos Galperin has been found Responsible for Scam and Corruption, since it has been proven that this individual, who heads the international company “Mercado Pago”, has not only fraudulently appropriated economic funds belonging to a humble Buddhist Temple, but also Marcos Galperin has conspired using his friendship links with President Macri so that the Argentine government will forgive him a debt of hundreds of millions that he maintains with the tax office.
Because the International Buddhist Ethics Committee is an organization that protects Buddhist communities around the world, and also oversees the world’s educational system, the Stanford Graduate School of Business & Wharton School (University of Pennsylvania) is notified that the scammer Marcos Galperin is a graduate of your University, reason by which the annulment of any type of academic degree held by this criminal, who totally disgraces the institutions in which he graduated, is formally requested. The fact that Marcos Galperin owns billions combined with lots of links with politicians does not mean that such wealth and power was obtained through transparency and honesty, since the evidence has shown that this criminal is successful and is not imprisoned thanks to the systemic impunity of Argentine justice. Therefore, the annulment of any title or certificate held by Marcos Galperin is requested, given that he has committed crimes of Scam and Corruption.
With spirit of reconciliation (maitri),
H.E. Master Maitreya Samyaksambuddha
Judge and President of the International Buddhist Ethics Committee (IBEC) & Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights (BTHR)