Kripto Future Review- Scam

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A Kripto Future Ponzi relaunch was revealed in late March.   

About a month and a half later, the situation is as follows:  

To be honest, I’m still uncertain as to whether the same con artists operate Kripto Future V2. Kripto Future V2 is still based on a WordPress theme and appears to be a shoddy copycat.   

The stretched background visuals from the original presentation of Kripto Future lack credibility. Similarly, the only point of contact is a WhatsApp link.   

Although marketed as a new and better version of Kripto Future, Kripto Future V2 is essentially identical to its predecessor.   

Invest in cryptocurrency on the promise of 1 to 3% daily returns, a Ponzi scheme, and you will lose money.  

Reload scammers appear to be all over the collapse of Kripto Future. 

This group of opportunists is funneling victims of Kripto Future into PLC Ultima:   

PLC Ultima is a part of the Ponzi scheme PlatinWorld, which is a reincarnation of Alex Reinhardt’s PlatinCoin Ponzi scheme.   

The official Facebook page for Kripto Future has been removed. In September 2021, the official Instagram account was discontinued. After a month, in October, Kripto Future failed.   

At the time of publication, the original website for Kripto Future returns a security error. Since March 2022, the website has displayed a “404 not found” message.   

Jeffer Ribera, thought to be an actor working for Russian con artists, was paid to portray the Dubai-based CEO of Kripto Future.   

Since the collapse, he has been missing.   

Given that reload scammers are active and Kripto Future V2 appears to be a cheap knockoff, continuing to do business with the company is extremely dangerous.   

Be particularly skeptical of anyone who promises financial recovery. Once money is invested in an MLM Ponzi scheme, it is lost. There can be no recovery without government intervention. 

Given that Dubai is the MLM fraud center of the world, Kripto Future is unable to achieve this.

A Kripto Future Ponzi relaunch was revealed in late March.    About a month and a half later, the situation is as follows:   To be honest, I’m still uncertain as to whether the same con artists operate Kripto Future V2. Kripto Future V2 is still based on a WordPress theme and appears to be…

A Kripto Future Ponzi relaunch was revealed in late March.    About a month and a half later, the situation is as follows:   To be honest, I’m still uncertain as to whether the same con artists operate Kripto Future V2. Kripto Future V2 is still based on a WordPress theme and appears to be…

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