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June 03, 2018, 11:52:20 PM
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Their About page is a perfect copy of content originally on BitConnect's site --> https://perfect-one.co/?a=about.

Their entire FAQ page content was gleaned from elsewheres --> https://perfect-one.co/?a=faq.

That's all the proof you need to stay away from them bastards.

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June 05, 2018, 09:10:10 PM
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Their About page is a perfect copy of content originally on BitConnect's site --> https://perfect-one.co/?a=about.

Their entire FAQ page content was gleaned from elsewheres --> https://perfect-one.co/?a=faq.

That's all the proof you need to stay away from them bastards.

Good find, OP.

Their site is set up in the most generic way possible and that sort of gives away their scam. Also, it's funny that they mention they are one of the top HYIPs in the industry right now, which essentially admits that they are running a ponzi scheme.

Obviously, the trading bots that are mentioned in their business model are completely fictional. After the lending platform collapses of 2017, you'd really have to be extremely stupid to fall for these types of scams which literally regurgitate of the same story and content as previous scams, just under a different name. Don't be surprised if the Telegram group that they advertise is full of shills, either.

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June 05, 2018, 11:20:47 PM
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Their About page is a perfect copy of content originally on BitConnect's site --> https://perfect-one.co/?a=about.

Their entire FAQ page content was gleaned from elsewheres --> https://perfect-one.co/?a=faq.

That's all the proof you need to stay away from them bastards.

Good find, OP.

Their site is set up in the most generic way possible and that sort of gives away their scam. Also, it's funny that they mention they are one of the top HYIPs in the industry right now, which essentially admits that they are running a ponzi scheme.

Obviously, the trading bots that are mentioned in their business model are completely fictional. After the lending platform collapses of 2017, you'd really have to be extremely stupid to fall for these types of scams which literally regurgitate of the same story and content as previous scams, just under a different name. Don't be surprised if the Telegram group that they advertise is full of shills, either.

Thanks for echoing my sentiment, bud. <using my other account for this reply>
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