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February 09, 2020, 11:50:55 PM
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SCAM ALERT
baselinvest.com
FAKE INVESTMENT SCHEME



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This is the link for their website: https://baselinvest.com



Baselinvest.com is just another fake investment scheme but their truly terrible website shows them to be incompetent wannabe scammers. They are hoping to scam investors by offering ludicrous returns but their website is a complete and utter failure when it comes to enticing even the most gullible of potential victims.

All their investment claims are ridiculous but here is the one that made me laugh the most. Anybody investing over $10,000 will receive 600% profit after 30 days so that means they claim if you send them $10,001 worth of BTC they will send you $70,007 worth of BTC  Roll Eyes

I did not bother investigating this further to provide more evidence from owners, addresses and other things because this is a blatant scam from first glance.


EVERYBODY IS ADVISED TO STAY AWAY FROM THIS SCAM

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February 10, 2020, 10:06:06 AM
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...All their investment claims are ridiculous but here is the one that made me laugh the most. Anybody investing over $10,000 will receive 600% profit after 30 days so that means they claim if you send them $10,001 worth of BTC they will send you $70,007 worth of BTC  Roll Eyes

I did not bother investigating this further to provide more evidence from owners, addresses and other things because this is a blatant scam from first glance.

Scammers are ready to promise any fantastic percentage of your investment and the greater the amount of investment-the greater the percentage of profit they promise. They are simply not going to keep their promises, because the Ponzi Scheme does not imply a return on investment.





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They actually have the nerve to promise that they will pay 15% per day if they get someone so gullible that he would be ready to trust them more than 10,000 USDs.

These sites never cease to amaze me. Someone could do a study about human nature studying people who send money to these HYIP.

There are many sites that live on those scams, calling themselves HYIP monitors. Claiming that they pretend to monitor them and select the legitimate ones, when it's clear that none is legitimate. It's just a way to find on what day they will run with the money.

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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