Alas, high-profile projects often attract scammers who want to take advantage of their. Free TON is no exception: platform “investors” with a license from the Central Bank of Russia appeared in the Telegram messenger. Find out in this article what they offer and how not to fall for their bait.
The original article appeared a day earlier, on November 12, on Vklader.com, and a few hours ago a similar post was published on Forklog. Fraudsters communicate with their potential victims through Telegram, telling them about the platform, which works on the principle of inter-exchange arbitration, which allows them to make frequent automatic transactions and receive “passive investment income”. Of course, you don’t need to be bothered by any technical details: scammers take care of theis for only 10% of the profit. How convenient, isn’t it?
At the same time, users are offered a choice of three types of accounts: for $ 150 with a profitability of $ 9-10 per day, for $ 300 with a profitability of $ 13-14 per day and for $ 500 with a profitability of $ 17-18 per day. According to the authors of the proposal, these are only starting options, and in the future, users will be able to invest any amount. It is proposed to withdraw funds just as users want: to a bank card, internet wallet or cryptocurrency wallet. To spur doubters, the authors also write that the number of places is limited (yes, this technique is as old as humanity itself, but let’s admit it’s still efficient).
Moreover, the responsible approach to business and thorough preparation of the scammers is highlighted by the fact that they even have a draft of the trading account agreement drawn up. It should be noted that it was compiled very carefully: it contains all the necessary sections, including terms and definitions at the beginning; the company coordinates located at the end of the contract point to Berlin. And the icing on the cake – a scan of the “Central Bank license” for brokerage activities is attached to the message. Ah, if only they put their efforts in something good!
That’s it for today, colleagues. Forewarned is forearmed. Don’t fall for the tricks of scammers and have a good weekend 🙂 See you soon!