Paymara Review- Scam

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There has been a breakdown in the Paymara Ponzi scheme.   

The Paymara Ponzi scam has been restarted by the con artists behind it.   

They’ve also jumped on the NFT fraud bandwagon, of course. As a matter of course, oday, the Paymara Facebook page announced a surprise revival of their popular game.   

“Welcome to Paymara Meta! Our firm has successfully relocated to our new domain, WWW.PAYMARAMETA.COM, as we continue to diversify our product offerings and services. The Paymara Wallet Balance on our new domain now contains all of your ROI, Binary, Referral, and other income and cash. The new domain is www.paymarameta.com, and all members can use it to conduct business from here on out.”

On Paymara Meta, users can log in with their old passwords and usernames. Unfortunately, there’s no word on why this happened.  Paymara Meta’s “fixed deposit” investment programs are included in Paymara Meta’s reboot. 

You can invest in an FD using your Paymara Wallet Balance and earn daily returns for the next 180 days.    Those investors who were duped by Paymara will have their money frozen for an extra 180 days.   

The demise of Paymara comes on the heels of an announcement about NFTs made a week ago.   In what appears to be the beginnings of an NFT exit scam, investors will be left with worthless NFTs, according to Paymara Meta.   

The Paymara Coin was another hoax designed to trick people out of their money.    Paymara’s website and social media channels are completely silent about this. A picture of an ad in a Nigerian newspaper is shown above.   

Paymara’s fraudsters appeared to be giving better rates to Nigerians as the Ponzi scheme came to an end.   

Paymara Meta’s domain name was registered on May 12th, just a few days ago. Paymara didn’t go through with the NFT/coin exit-scam as initially planned because of the recent crypto crash, which I believe is the reason for this.   

The Boris CEO Ponzi schemes’, Paymara and Paymara Meta, are just two examples. Paymara and Paymara Meta claim to be based in Canada, according to the inclusion of a corporate mailing address. 

Scammers from Russia and Ukraine frequently perpetrate Ponzi schemes.

There has been a breakdown in the Paymara Ponzi scheme.    The Paymara Ponzi scam has been restarted by the con artists behind it.    They’ve also jumped on the NFT fraud bandwagon, of course. As a matter of course, oday, the Paymara Facebook page announced a surprise revival of their popular game.    “Welcome…

There has been a breakdown in the Paymara Ponzi scheme.    The Paymara Ponzi scam has been restarted by the con artists behind it.    They’ve also jumped on the NFT fraud bandwagon, of course. As a matter of course, oday, the Paymara Facebook page announced a surprise revival of their popular game.    “Welcome…

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