Swapnex Review- Scam

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Finally, the Swapnex scammers have given up and yanked the plug after four days of waiting for the “number to go up.” They’re also attempting to place the blame on COTP, for reasons I have yet to discover.

Swapnex informed investors earlier today that daily return computations had been disabled.  Unfortunately, we are unable to accept new orders in both manual and automated trading modes for the time being. Until the situation changes, no more payments will be accepted for any past orders.   

“Since withdrawals were restricted earlier in the week, this was largely a show of goodwill. Swapnex abruptly shut down about an hour ago because of whatever exit-scam they were running behind the scenes.   

Customers, Our largest broker has flatly refused to honor our request for a return of the money we paid to have our orders executed.   

The Swapnex website is also frequently targeted by this broker in DDoS attacks. In short, it’s a COTPS firm. We’ve been able to keep track of all of our orders and payments using it.   

The fact that we are not a traditional arbitrage platform is well-known. We just act as a go-between for you and the marketplace.   

To the full extent permitted by law, Swapnex disclaims any responsibility for any losses or risks associated with the use of cryptocurrencies.   

The COTPS is now responsible for all of your debts, and our website is no longer operational.   

Brokers are a bunch of b.s. Cliché of the exit-scam genre, “DDOS.” The exit-scam appears to include placing the blame on COTP. The Russians ran the Ponzi scheme known as Swapnex, the Boris CEO. Founded in Asia, COTP operates as a Ponzi scheme. Even if Swapnex and COTP are not managed by the same crooks, it’s improbable that they are.

Sorry for your loss is the message that Swapnex is trying to convey with the rest of his post. All “how can I get my money back?” comments will be classed as spam, just in case anyone forgot. Last week’s cryptocurrency crisis is the only two of the MLM crypto Ponzi schemes that were circulating prior to last week’s coin crisis that are still enticing investors.

Last week, Metafi Yielders stopped accepting withdrawals. However, I haven’t seen any evidence that they’ve reopened. On the other hand, Metafi Yielders has put in place withdrawal limitations until the middle of June.

This is the second time COTP has blamed the TRON blockchain for “SMS verification issues.” However, I haven’t seen any evidence to back up their claim that their technical issues were fixed yesterday. Websites and social media pages for Swapnex remained up and running at the time of this writing.

Over the course of the next 24 hours, we expect them to vanish. Swapnex has switched their website domain to COTP’s website as of May 20th, 2022.

Finally, the Swapnex scammers have given up and yanked the plug after four days of waiting for the “number to go up.” They’re also attempting to place the blame on COTP, for reasons I have yet to discover. Swapnex informed investors earlier today that daily return computations had been disabled.  Unfortunately, we are unable to…

Finally, the Swapnex scammers have given up and yanked the plug after four days of waiting for the “number to go up.” They’re also attempting to place the blame on COTP, for reasons I have yet to discover. Swapnex informed investors earlier today that daily return computations had been disabled.  Unfortunately, we are unable to…

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