Antares Trade 2.0 & Alcor Trade Review- Scam

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Several Ponzi schemes, like Antares Trade 2.0 and Alcor Trade, have fallen victim to the financial crisis. 

Earlier today, investors began experiencing difficulties withdrawing funds. 

Websites such as Antares Refund and Alpin Launchpad are still operational at the time of this writing.  There have been a few complaints about investor withdrawals on the company’s social media accounts.

After a few hours, a French-speaking, our reader informed us that the withdrawals of both Antares Trade 2.0 and Alcor Trade were halted. 

A “big spring promotion” had been advertised by Antares Trade just before the company’s demise to entice investors:   

In addition, a promotional event in Dubai from June 1st to 3rd was announced:     

ickets were $200 for business people and $500 for the general public, and they went on sale as described above (VIP). From the beginning of April, prices increased by between $4 and $10 each day.  Antares Trade 2.0’s selection of Dubai, the MLM fraud capital of the world, as its location is unlikely to be an accident.   

Antares Trade 2.0 offered “special presentations” by “Jordan Belfort, Mike Tyson, and other international stars” in addition to a “photo session and laser display”.   

Both public figures have not made any public announcements about their social media appearances.  At a “Recession Proof Convention” on May 28th and 29th, Tyson was set to be the keynote speaker.   

Both events have been canceled, according to TicketMaster, as of the time of this writing.  “Alex Richter” is the person in charge of Antares Trade 2.0 and Alcor Trade. Aleksey Zhirovkin, a Russian national and fugitive, portrays Richter in the film.   

Zhirovkin, in his role as Richter, had been talking about an Antares Trade “meta world” just a day earlier.    When it comes to MLM crypto Ponzi scams, it’s all about “metaverse” and “derivatives.”   

Antares Trade’s iteration appeared to be an explanation for the Ponzi scheme’s fourth shitcoin, MAD. 

Zhirovkin was last reported to be hiding out in Mexico.   

It’s possible that hosting or appearing to hold an Antares Trade event in Dubai was a pretext to flee Zhirovkin’s victims and relocate there. 

The Antares Trade 2.0 Ponzi reboot, which saw investors unwilling to exit Alcor Trade, was detailed by us earlier this month.   

The Antares Trade Ponzi scheme, from which Alcor Trade arose, had previously failed and needed a fresh start. 

Stay tuned for further information about Antares Trade 2.0 and Alcor Trade’s demise, pending future developments.

Several Ponzi schemes, like Antares Trade 2.0 and Alcor Trade, have fallen victim to the financial crisis.  Earlier today, investors began experiencing difficulties withdrawing funds.  Websites such as Antares Refund and Alpin Launchpad are still operational at the time of this writing.  There have been a few complaints about investor withdrawals on the company’s social…

Several Ponzi schemes, like Antares Trade 2.0 and Alcor Trade, have fallen victim to the financial crisis.  Earlier today, investors began experiencing difficulties withdrawing funds.  Websites such as Antares Refund and Alpin Launchpad are still operational at the time of this writing.  There have been a few complaints about investor withdrawals on the company’s social…

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