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Author Topic: Money Laundry/ Ponzi scheme ? Fake coin -Yatra coin -EBT-PowerBT coin  (Read 47 times)
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September 05, 2019, 01:05:15 PM
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Motive for creating this topic is to discuss scammer who is making fake publicity of crypto coin.
there are so many  coin in Indian market. Last year i was trapped in such scheme named EBT coin which was basec on binary system.On 250 USD investment they daily provide 2 USD in your account upto to 250 day ,so it will become double at the end of year. They also told that this coin will be listed ion exchange soon but it never.At accumulation of 50 USD you can withdraw or at 10 USD you can buy EBT coin as per their website price. They manipulate the price to attract customer. After 4 month they hold withdrawal. Afther that they change name and it becomes PowerBT coin. Later on now its Yatra coin (website yatracoin dot io ) after tie with Estonia country as they said.

Owner/Leader of this coin is Mr Gandhvi  and Mr Parag Joshi who is also from Ahmedabad. (Gujarat)


I hope this will help others to know about this coin.

I would like to request others also to expose such ponzi scheme ..
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January 09, 2020, 04:57:22 AM
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I wish there was more information sharing on this. During the 2017 boom cycle, a lot of people in India lost money on fake projects like MCAP, Bitconnect etc. I am sure this is continuing albeit at a much smaller scale now.
I personally stay away from all this. Yet, we all know how tier 2 cities are replete with those MLM, Ponzi schemes. When the scammers find that there is enough hype for cryptocurrency again, they will not shy from exploiting people's greed.
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