There is a continuous stream of scam cryptocurrencies that are being created and promoted to people. One of them has just been shutdown in Ukraine. The Prosecutor General's Office together with the National Police uncovered an illegal scheme aimed at taking funds of individuals under the pretext of the introduction of a cryptocurrency.
It’s hard to pass up a job opportunity that promises a large income and the flexibility of working entirely from home. Especially when the opportunity appears at the top of your online search results and includes video testimonials of success stories, making it seem legitimate. The problem is, most of these job opportunities are scams and won’t deliver on their promises.
DasCoin, which dubs itself the currency of trust, is a hybrid cryptocurrency that works similarly to OneCoin. Anyone who invests in DasCoin does so through NetLeaders, where you use real money (ranging from €100 to €25,000) to pay for your NetLeader license. The more funds you put into your license, the higher assigned value your DasCoins will have.
Michael Gehart a ViSalus distributor has sued ViSalus for operating an illegal pyramid scheme. He also alleges they allowed him to run an Amazon storefront that sold ViSalus products at wholesale prices. There are some very powerful claims in this lawsuit.
On July 20, 2017 the Italian CONSOB (Commissione Nazionale per le Società e la Borsa) or Italian Securities and Exchange Commission, suspended promotion of Questra World/Atlantic Global Asset Management from one of the top Facebook pages promoting this scam. This is similar to the action they took against another scam called Coinspace. CONSOB is taking an active role in shutting down the promotion of unregistered investments in Italy.
MLM scam operators are always working to change the laws here in the USA to protect themselves from regulators. From the state level to the federal level they are at work. In a recent attempt, John Moolenaar (R-MI) has slipped in an amendment into the financial services appropriations bill.
There seems to be a never ending stream of investing scams that are rolling out these days. Automated investing combined with FOREX seems to be the sweet spot. Add a dash of Bitcoin and the story is complete. Take something that few people understand and automate it. What could possibly go wrong? My subscribers have requested that I take a look into USI-Tech. Here is what I have found.
A large scam that is run all over the world is the binary options scam. The home base for many of the companies that run these scams is Israel. Investing with these companies offering binary options should be avoided. It can be nearly impossible for you to recover your money. My subscribers have requesting I take a look at 24option. Here is what I have found.