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January 06, 2020, 10:25:29 AM
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SCAM ALERT
click-to-buy.net
FAKE INVESTMENT SCHEME






This is my first new Scam Accusation thread of 2020. Thankfully there was no need to dig too deep to find anything to show it as a scam, just a quick browse of the website as enough so this post is very basic and here it goes....




Click To Buy is another investment scheme offering 10% daily returns or over 100% 72 hourly returns on your BTC/LTC/ETH etc  Roll Eyes

These types scams just keep on coming with no sign of letting up: https://click-to-buy.net

Just looks like a cheap template probably not worth more than $10 if that.

As usual with these types of trash scam websites there are no Terms and Conditions listed, no company registration LLC/LTD incorporation listed with a name and an address of ownership details... and I can pick out many other issues with this to show it is a scam but what has been posted here should suffice.

They claim to make you 102% returns on 72 hour investment.. well, they makes lots claims but in the end they want your BTC and if you ever send it to them you will never see your funds again!


















- I tagged newbie forum user Haldi32 as he created his account 28th December 2019 and made just one post today to promote the scam: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2739075

- Project Announcement (in Bitcoin Discussion board): https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5215224.msg53533319#msg53533319

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January 06, 2020, 11:01:47 AM
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Yes, it's a regular Ponzi scheme. I wrote about it last December: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5210781.0






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January 06, 2020, 11:07:49 AM
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Yes, it's a regular Ponzi scheme. I wrote about it last December: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5210781.0

Happy New Year tvplus006 - wishing you the best and keep up the excellent work.

I missed your thread regarding this scam probably because I have been fairly inactive for the last couple months in scam threads and have been posting in all other places more.

A little while ago I saw the thread by the newbie user promoting it so thought to look in to it and started this thread.

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January 06, 2020, 12:44:14 PM
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The look of the website is quite interesting and it is very regrettable if the site is a ponzi scheme and it is clearly a fraud that is under the guise of doubling the money by a few percent really don't believe it.
And I'm sure many people visit this board, so many ponzi schemes are scattered. Must be careful

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January 08, 2020, 02:20:10 AM
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These promises of return are so obviously impossible to achieve that I wonder how the hell would someone believe on them.

But I guess some people believe on anything. They just want to believe that it's true. If this wasn't the case these high-yield investment program (HYIP) wouldn't pop up on the crypto world like mushrooms.

These Ponzi schemes even have their Wikipedia article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High-yield_investment_program

Many people have to be wasting money on them or the scammers wouldn't lose time and money building these sites.

At least until someone like the OP warns everyone about it.

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".
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