KKBT Review- Scam

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KKBT has gone down.   

The Ponzi scheme is the latest exit scam in a long line of Ponzi schemes that use apps and are thought to have started in Asia.   

I didn’t get around to reviewing KKBT, but from what I’ve seen, it was just another “click a button” task Ponzi scheme.   

KKBT had two website domains, and each one was aimed at a different country.   

The domain “kkbt-za.com,” which was privately registered on January 12, 2022, was used to attack South Africa.   

The domain “kkbt.in,” which was also privately registered on January 12th, was used to attack India.    Both sites had apps that were made for the currency and language of that country. It’s important to note that the Indian version of KKBT doesn’t seem to have caught on. 

The “click a button” trick that KKBT used was to mine cryptocurrency. To make money from mining, you have to click a button every day for each investment. 

That was, of course, a lie, since KKBT just went out of business by saying its website was down.   

In the past few months, there have been a number of “click a button” Ponzi schemes that are based on task apps. I’ve noticed the following telltale indications of these clone apps:

The word  is usually a string of random letters that may or may not end with a number. It began in   general, but now it seems to be tailored to certain regions based on language and payment processors. Earlier, In the past, it was run by locals, but now it’s usually just a login form.

All feature investment plans called “VIP.”   

Usually, you have to click a button every day to get your money back (not always). boxes with buttons, “asks” Investing in cryptocurrency, sometimes with the option of a local payment processor, This list isn’t final, and it could change as people learn more about the scams.   

Here on us, I’ve written about some “click a button” app-based Ponzi schemes like: 

COTP, which required affiliates to click a button to begin trading, failed in May 2022.  

DF Finance acts like a salesperson that earns commissions when you click a button.   

EthTRX is a similar app-based Ponzi scheme, but it doesn’t have the daily task part.   

Yu Klik is a scam that targets Indonesia by making it look like clicking a button causes trading activity.    Targeting Colombia, EasyTask888 has people watch YouTube videos and say that it makes money. 

“Click a Button” is an app. All Ponzi schemes come from Asia. I don’t know how they find local people to set up and run the different localized Ponzi schemes, though.   

More of these cons are out there. I know I still have a few more things on my list of things to review. I will make changes as they happen.

KKBT has gone down.    The Ponzi scheme is the latest exit scam in a long line of Ponzi schemes that use apps and are thought to have started in Asia.    I didn’t get around to reviewing KKBT, but from what I’ve seen, it was just another “click a button” task Ponzi scheme.   …

KKBT has gone down.    The Ponzi scheme is the latest exit scam in a long line of Ponzi schemes that use apps and are thought to have started in Asia.    I didn’t get around to reviewing KKBT, but from what I’ve seen, it was just another “click a button” task Ponzi scheme.   …

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