Zetbull Review- Scam

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The Russian Central Bank has issued a fraud alert for ZetBull.

According to the CBR’s May 17th warning, ZetBull shows “marks of a financial pyramid.”

ZetBull, a startup founded at the end of last year, promises investors up to 6500% returns.

Boris CEO’s Ponzi scam, ZetBull, was originally marketed by Russian actors.

The number of visitors to ZetBull has decreased significantly in recent months.

ZetBull’s website had a high volume of visitors from Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and Russia at the time of some websites evaluation in September 2021.

Scammers have since moved on to France (21%), Kazakhstan (16%), Romania (7%), Argentina (6%), and Côte d’Ivoire (7%) as new targets. The amount of traffic coming from France has dropped by 55% month over month.

The economy of Romania has shrunk by 29%.

The Ponzi scheme failed in March 2022, according to investor complaints on ZetBull’s social media.

ZetBull’s scammers are based in Russia; therefore, Russian authorities are unlikely to take any additional action against them given the size of their Russian operation.

The Russian Central Bank has issued a fraud alert for ZetBull. According to the CBR’s May 17th warning, ZetBull shows “marks of a financial pyramid.” ZetBull, a startup founded at the end of last year, promises investors up to 6500% returns. Boris CEO’s Ponzi scam, ZetBull, was originally marketed by Russian actors. The number of…

The Russian Central Bank has issued a fraud alert for ZetBull. According to the CBR’s May 17th warning, ZetBull shows “marks of a financial pyramid.” ZetBull, a startup founded at the end of last year, promises investors up to 6500% returns. Boris CEO’s Ponzi scam, ZetBull, was originally marketed by Russian actors. The number of…

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