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November 01, 2019, 12:37:49 AM
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MAJOR SCAM ALERT
digitalassetsprogram.com
FAKE INVESTMENT SCHEME



When most modern day thieves decide to carry out a crypto-related theft, scam and fraud it is a fact that one of the key components is a neat looking, user friendly and easy to navigate website. The website is central to the fraud as it is the main avenue for scammers to send out their message in an attempt to fool investors.

When investigating digitalassetsprogram.com by browsing their website and running a few basic background checks things become very clear that this a major scam.



WEBSITE HOME PAGE
This is the link for the About Us page: https://digitalassetsprogram.com

A quick glance at the digitalassetsprogram.com website clearly shows a run of the mill tatty looking website using a 3rd rate logo design and lots of animated bitcoin and USD$ gifs floating around. There is nothing impressive or enticing about it. The logo is a complete disaster too.

The only thing that stood out was the astonishing claim they made which I have captured below:







- CLAIM #1: if you send them $100 worth of BTC for 24 hours they will give you $104.2‬0 worth of BTC

- CLAIM #2: if you send them $500 worth of BTC for 96 hours they will give you $600 worth of BTC

- CLAIM #3: if you send them $1000 worth of BTC for 24 hours they will give you $1,300‬ worth of BTC

- CLAIM #4: if you send them $3000 worth of BTC for 30 days they will give you $12,000 worth of BTC (@ $300 daily x 30 days = $9000 + original $3000)


In the examples above I have used the minimum amounts the scammers have stated themselves rather than the percentages but either way the scale of the scam can be seen in the screenshot posted above.

All of their claims are blatantly designed as a ruse to fool investors in to sending crypto but claim #4 is mind-boggling because no bank in the world would ever take $3000 from an investor only to return $12,000 to them 30 days later so how can this two bit trash website be at the forefront of a banking investment structure that both defies logic and reason?



ABOUT US
This is the link for the About Us page: https://digitalassetsprogram.com/?a=cust&page=about



What you see below is the one page on any website where any company can listed information upon information about itself to allow those viewing it to learn about the company and people behind it but these scammers have put nothing of substance, nothing to provide real information.

They do however showcase their incorporated company for DIGITAL ASSETS GROUP LIMITED using the words "Our Comapany Certificate"  Roll Eyes

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Read on to know more about Digital Assets Program.

The history of Digital Assets Program company has its roots in the period of rapid development of the cryptocurrency market, its rapid global expansion since 22 January 2018.
We are an ambitious team, which consists of specialists in computer engineering arena , who are enthusiastic about Bitcoin mining & trading.
We started creating our own trading strategies, accumulating and interpreting the knowledge gained during the period of analysis, perfecting and adjusting them to the current market trends.
Over the past few years, we have been making huge financial gains. For Bitcoin mining, the Digital Assets Program team began construction and organization of mining farms with latest
technology computers which enabled mining at great speeds.

The main objective of our offering is attracting investments for our company, continuation of Bitcoin mining along with profitable trading and sharing the returns with our investors.
Experts of Digital Assets Program firmly believe in the prospects of Bitcoin, the most traded cryptocurrency by volume. We have put great efforts to provide our clients with a user-friendly
profit making investment platform. Also, the developers are real technical mavericks, whose vision to create a unique investment system has become successful. Also, you can be sure of security since
we ensure that no one will access your data without consent.



TERMS & CONDITIONS:
This is the link for the About Us page: https://digitalassetsprogram.com/?a=rules

Reading through it, the words hideous and ridiculous come to mind.

The scammers have accidentally written "Digital Assets Program Limited" instead of "Digital Assets Group Ltd" on 6 six occasions in the Privacy section of their Term and Conditions.

Just to be on the safe side I checked and there is no sister company registered as "Digital Assets Program Limited"

website terms and conditions:

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   1.Use of Digital Assets Program is permitted to persons who have reached the age of majority (18 years), and only in condition that it does not violate your country's laws.

    2. Digital Assets Program project does not require your personal data, use of the site is anonymous:

        2.1 We do not require the provision of copies of official documents, passport details, addresses and contact details.

        2.2 For correct work in the system, you must enter a valid email address required to restore access to your account in case of its lost. At the same time, we will not disclose your e-mail and not use it for any personal use, excluding cooperation in the framework of the project.

        2.3 The organizers do not disclose information about its users (login name, password, e-mail) to third parties.

        2.4 Project Management reserves the right to inform the participant of the project on important news and changes in the work of technical force majeure, by sending letters via e-mail.

    3. An investor may not have more than one account in the system - identified cases of multiaccounting will be blocked, and the money in the accounts be frozen without the possibility of their return.

    4. Digital Assets Program company is officially registered in the UK and operates in accordance with the laws of that State. In addition, the project has the right to carry out

    International investment activities:

        4.1 The Company is cooperating with the investors only through this website.

        4.2 Digital Assets Program is not responsible for the actions of investors who can disrupt the law of the country of residence.

        4.3 The management reserves the right to refuse a project participant in the service if he or she violates the rules of the system.

    5. Digital Assets Program is not responsible for the delay of payments and transfers through the Bitcoin system.

    6. Digital Assets Program company is not a public entity and is not obliged to report on its profits to investors or third parties.

    7. All project participants are eligible to become partners and representatives of the company and to receive affiliate commission for attraction of new users.

    8. Digital Assets Program project is not responsible for the illegal actions of participants of the project aimed at expanding the referral structure by actively sending spam. At the same time, the project reserves the right to block the user accounts, which carry out such activity, to determine the causes.

    9. By accepting the terms of cooperation and registering on the site, you are aware that any investment activity carries with a certain risk.

    10. Digital Assets Program Company reserves the right to amend and supplement the existing terms of the system, without informing the participants of the project - the investors must view this section of the site by themselves and to take into account the changes, as these terms of cooperation are binding for users.

Privacy Policy:

You agree that all information, communications, materials coming from Digital Assets Program Limited are unsolicited and must be kept private, confidential and protected from any disclosure. Moreover, the information, communications and materials contained herein are not to be regarded as an offer, nor a solicitation for investments in any jurisdiction which deems non-public offers or solicitations unlawful, nor to any person to whom it will be unlawful to make such offer or solicitation.

All the data given by a member to Digital Assets Program Limited will be only privately used and not disclosed to any third parties.

Disclaimer & Limitation of liability:

You agree to hold all principals and members harmless of any liability. You are investing at your own risk and you agree that a past performance is not an explicit guarantee for the same future performance. You agree that all information, communications and materials you will find on this site are intended to be regarded as an informational and educational matter and not an investment advice. Digital Assets Program Limited is not responsible or liable for any loss of data.

We reserve the right to change the rules, commissions and rates of the program at any time and at our sole discretion without notice, especially in order to respect the integrity and security of the members' interests. You agree that it is your sole responsibility to review the current terms.

Digital Assets Program Limited is not responsible or liable for any damages, losses and costs resulting from any violation of the conditions and terms and/or use of our website by a member. You guarantee to Digital Assets Program Limited that you will not use this site in any illegal way and you agree to respect your local, national and international laws.

Use of Site:

Don't post bad vote on Public Forums without contacting the administrator of our program first. Maybe there was a technical problem with your transaction, so please always clear the issue with the administrator.

We will not tolerate SPAM or any type of UCE in this program. SPAM violators will be immediately and permanently removed from the program.

Digital Assets Program Limited reserves the right to accept or decline any member for membership without explanation.

If you do not agree with the above disclaimer, please do not go any further.



COMPANY ADDRESS:
DIGITAL ASSETS GROUP LIMITED are heavily promoting a UK address at every possible stage on their website claiming or implying it is their location and their office:

101 Rose Street South Lane, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, EH2 3JG

There are a staggering 69,000+ companies that have been associated with that same address: https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/search?q=101+rose+street+EH2+3JG

Their company address is nothing more than a mailing address which they use on their website to fool people and all companies registered in the UK must have a Registered Office address made available to the public. Some of these mailing addresses for hire in the UK can cost just £36 per year which is around 41 EUR per year or $46 USD per year.

No legitimate UK company that claimed to have a UK office would ever advertise a non-UK contact number and state it was only for use with Whatsapp when the company is supposed to be professional entity offering lucrative returns to investors.


UK COMPANY REGISTRAR:
The link gives information about the company at Companies House: https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/SC586438

A quick search shows the company was registered/incorporated on 22nd January 2018 and their micro account filed on 31st January 2019 shows a great example of deliberate misdirection. It shows assets worth over £684,000 which is around 795,000 EUR or around USD$885,000.

This is a common trick used to fool prospective investors because for example, they could value a pencil or pen or even a paperclip at any amount they wanted and label that as an asset but never declare what the actual asset was and only list the value according to them. Then they will show the company has debts, in this case it owes a little bit more than the value of the stated asset therefore on the loss/profit balance sheet they show a much lower financial figure otherwise the UK Tax Department will chase for tax on assets that just do not exist.

This company never has and never will pay any tax to the government. Before its next filing is due they will probably exit and start up another fake company. Maybe they already have several running side-by-side but have not been located yet.

Full details can be seen here: https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/SC586438/filing-history

In its filing history pdf it clearly shows a sole Director/Owner called Slawomir Zielinski and shows him as owning 10 shares at just £1 each. The company has a total nominal share value of just £10 (which is around 11.50 EUR and around USD$12.70) so do not be fooled at all by the deceit and attempts and misdirection by the scammers stating it has assets worth USD$885,000. No they do not. The truth is the company shares are valued at just USD$12.50.

Slawomir Zielinski is a Polish citizen born in 1994. His address in Scotland, UK shows the same mailing address as DIGITAL ASSETS GROUP LIMITED so he does not live at that address. Can I be sure the Polish ID used to create the company was stolen and used without consent of the person it belong to? I cannot say it if was stolen or not because I would be guessing but the website and project is a major scam.



SOCIAL MEDIA
They have no social media presence and use only Telegram and a non-UK contact number for Whatsapp as shows in the screenshot above.

As far as Telegram is concerned they use it to send PMs inviting potential victims to this scam. The Telegram link in the website is not connecting but they use Telegram as a tool to contact people then try to fool them in to "investing".

They pretend to be female Admin team members then go to various crypto groups in Telegram and send unsolicited PMs to start the duping process. Thanks to them sending a message to me I started investigating and I made this thread otherwise I would probably never have heard of them until victims starting making Scam Accusation threads in the near future.



SUMMARY
They also claim to have datacentres around the world but their WHOIS shows the DNS going to Namecheap (http://whois.domaintools.com/digitalassetsprogram.com)





If putting aside all information from the Company registrar and the fact they listed the name of their own company wrong at least 6 times in their own Terms and Conditions and skip past the manner in which the "team" infiltrate other Telegram crypto groups to send PMs inviting potential victims to this scam. Put aside their lack of real phone number and using a non-UK number for Whatsapp, skip past their FAQ section where they re-enforce their message of having a UK company registration means they are a genuine business and instead just look at the astonishing claims made on their "investment plans".

Maybe, just maybe they will send back $104.20 worth of BTC to an investor who sends $100 but that would be the ideal way to win trust and ask for an amount that will not be returned.

One other way of looking at this scam is as a ponzi scheme if they used it as a pyramid to take money from one investor and give it to another but I am sure there is no transfer at all.

These scammers are using a tatty grim looking website as a tool to scam gullible investors or those that see photographs of scantily clad women who claim to be admin team members working for Digital Assets Group Ltd using Telegram to entice. Those pictures are obviously taken from social media accounts of women who have no idea a new online fake identity has been created using them and have no idea they are being used to promote this scam.

What I can say for sure is that no bank in the world would ever give take $3000 from an investor only to return $12,000 to them 30 days later.



EVERYBODY IS ADVISED TO STAY AWAY FROM THIS SCAM

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Good find.

I also can notice that they are showing the registration papers of the company, but is all pixelated and hard to read, this seems very shady

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Damn, I would just say it's another Ponzi but you went several levels beyond and investigated their shares? Now that's definitely worth some merit right there. Also did anyone basically notice how many Ponzi scheme sites are starting pop up yet again? The market is alive again, as it seems.

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Damn, I would just say it's another Ponzi but you went several levels beyond and investigated their shares? Now that's definitely worth some merit right there. Also did anyone basically notice how many Ponzi scheme sites are starting pop up yet again? The market is alive again, as it seems.
Surely they are on the rise, and they really love hiding behind bitcoin's success and price rise. They actually use the price rise as one of the ways to convince ignorant people to invest in their "packages"



OP, great job exposing the scammers. I loved that detailed analysis  Wink

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Damn, I would just say it's another Ponzi but you went several levels beyond and investigated their shares? Now that's definitely worth some merit right there. Also did anyone basically notice how many Ponzi scheme sites are starting pop up yet again? The market is alive again, as it seems.
Yes the market is definitely alive again and the scammers out there trying to make a quick buck at the expense of gullible investors. I mean think about it, they are stealing photographs from genuine social media accounts of women and then using them to pose as Admin for the website in Telegram. They go to various crypto related Telegram chats to sending unsolicited PMs in order to entice investors with promises of riches.

At first glance I also thought it was a simple ponzi scheme because of the scam ROI plan but after looking in to it further it was clear that they had no intention of having a pyramid system when they could simply keep all the funds received for themselves.

I am still fairly confident the $100 investment plan is put there deliberately as a dangling carrot. They want investors to go for that one first so they can send back $104.20 to win the trust of the investor and then hope to get the $500, $1000 or the $3000



Surely they are on the rise, and they really love hiding behind bitcoin's success and price rise. They actually use the price rise as one of the ways to convince ignorant people to invest in their "packages"



OP, great job exposing the scammers. I loved that detailed analysis  Wink
Thank you, I wanted to provide some compelling evidence instead of the just the obvious "investment plan" so looked deeper and presented as best what I could.

It really is sad that scammers are making money by effectively finding ways to steal Bitcoin from those that are part of our crypto community.

I hope investors always follow the simple age-old rule: ... if it looks too good to be true, it probably is ...

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This seems another High-yield investment program (HYIP), that like most of them are just Ponzi schemes.

No legitimate investment program can pay those kind of profits.

The firsts to jump on board will be paid a few times in order to keep appearances, but as soon as they receive some deposits, the site will disappear without a trace, just to pop-up again, with the same layout but a different name and address soon.


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Damn, I would just say it's another Ponzi but you went several levels beyond and investigated their shares? Now that's definitely worth some merit right there. Also did anyone basically notice how many Ponzi scheme sites are starting pop up yet again? The market is alive again, as it seems.
Surely they are on the rise, and they really love hiding behind bitcoin's success and price rise. They actually use the price rise as one of the ways to convince ignorant people to invest in their "packages"

There is already a certificate to convince many people that the investment here is real, I still would not believe about an investment like this on the basis of the same Ponzi scheme, only people who do not know deeper will enter it.

https://tawk.link/5a188fd7198bd56b8c03d334/vc/5c5c3473f2b8e1e1b6c9ed96/v/44eb6865a098cb5229c0a42e2f0191ec9553503d/application-pdf_(31).pdf

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these types of companies are starting to appear more and more, the possible because of the effects Bitcoin price rising..  a few days ago I got an email from an investment company that is not well known, they offer a big ROI to me;

  • if you invest $ 100 it will get $ 150 within 60 days, multiples continue to apply
  • then if you invest $ 1000 it will get $ 1500 within 60 days

to be honest.. if you look at the high ROI they offer it's natural that I'm interested, but I'm not interested in joining because I know that this kind of company can't be trusted, they only take advantage of our greedy nature and then deceive us.


Congratulations to @OP.. this is a big catch  Smiley

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November 05, 2019, 11:21:35 AM
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This seems another High-yield investment program (HYIP), that like most of them are just Ponzi schemes.

No legitimate investment program can pay those kind of profits.

The firsts to jump on board will be paid a few times in order to keep appearances, but as soon as they receive some deposits, the site will disappear without a trace, just to pop-up again, with the same layout but a different name and address soon.
It is the fact they are using Telegram to join various crypto groups and then sending PMs to men by pretending to be women. This is part of the scam too. They steal photos of scantily clad women and use them in their profiles while acting as admins for them on Telegram


There is already a certificate to convince many people that the investment here is real, I still would not believe about an investment like this on the basis of the same Ponzi scheme, only people who do not know deeper will enter it.

https://tawk.link/5a188fd7198bd56b8c03d334/vc/5c5c3473f2b8e1e1b6c9ed96/v/44eb6865a098cb5229c0a42e2f0191ec9553503d/application-pdf_(31).pdf
That certificate of incorporation is real, the company is registered but it costs less than $50-$60 to register a company in the UK. It does not make their business real or make its intentions scam-free.

In this case, all is clear about the scam.

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This seems another High-yield investment program (HYIP), that like most of them are just Ponzi schemes.

No legitimate investment program can pay those kind of profits.

The firsts to jump on board will be paid a few times in order to keep appearances, but as soon as they receive some deposits, the site will disappear without a trace, just to pop-up again, with the same layout but a different name and address soon.
It is the fact they are using Telegram to join various crypto groups and then sending PMs to men by pretending to be women. This is part of the scam too. They steal photos of scantily clad women and use them in their profiles while acting as admins for them on Telegram

If they are using schemes like fake pictures and impersonating women to attract foolish male investors, that is another major red flag.

Sites that use those methods are known for using private conversations and compromising details to blackmail people.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sextortion

SCAM ALERT: The Rock Trading Exchange (www.therocktrading.com): Deceives bitcoiners to create unverified accounts, blocks the withdrawals covertly in order to let the user keep depositing money and uses every pretext to keep it blocked "forever".
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4975753.0
https://www.coinmedicate.com/the-rock-trading-selective-scam/
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5025233.0
https://therocktradingscam.home.blog/
https://therocktradingscam.weebly.com/
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February 12, 2020, 10:25:14 AM
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NEED HELP

One of my friend has invested some money on https://digitalasetgroup.com/ and now he cannot make the withdrawal. First few months the company has paid interest on time but after making a big deposit, they are not paying. Not only that, company requests to pay more money as late fees to make the withdrawal but they are not paying.

https://digitalassetsprogram.com  and  https://digitalasetgroup.com/ are the same SCAM?

Is there any way to withdraw capital from these people?
Can he take any legal action against the company?

Please need advice..


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February 12, 2020, 10:55:11 AM
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Yes it is the same scammers behind Digital Assets Group, Digital Aset Group, Biteasy Ltd and others no doubt. They are using the same certificate at Companies House and promting on this website with the spelling discrepancy: https://digitalasetgroup.com/certificate.pdf

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5223764.0 (Biteasy Ltd)

Sorry these people will not return anything to your friend because they are scammers, thieves and general low-life lowest of the low.

Your friend should report them to the UK police starting with an online report: https://www.actionfraud.police.uk/



NEED HELP

One of my friend has invested some money on https://digitalasetgroup.com/ and now he cannot make the withdrawal. First few months the company has paid interest on time but after making a big deposit, they are not paying. Not only that, company requests to pay more money as late fees to make the withdrawal but they are not paying.

https://digitalassetsprogram.com  and  https://digitalasetgroup.com/ are the same SCAM?

Is there any way to withdraw capital from these people?
Can he take any legal action against the company?

Please need advice..




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