FullBNB Review- Scam

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FullBNB’s website contains no information about who owns or runs the company.   

On March 25th, FullBNB’s website domain (“fullbnb.net”) was registered. The owner is listed as “Luis Angel Montes” via a random address in Argentina.   

The email address used to sign up for FullBNB was also used to sign up for BNBglend.   

BNBglend appears to be a FullBNB clone, with the same website backend script.   

As always, if an MLM company is not open about who runs or owns it, think twice before joining and/or handing over any money.   

FullBNB merchandise:  

FullBNB does not sell any products or services.   

Affiliates can only promote FullBNB affiliate membership.   

The Compensation Plan for FullBNB:

FullBNB affiliates invest in Binance coin (BNB) with the promise of a daily ROI of 30%.   

Referral commissions on invested BNB are paid in three levels (unilevel): level 1 (personally recruited affiliates) – 10%, level 2 – 2%, and level 3 – 1%. 

Taking part in FullBNB:

Membership in FullBNB appears to be free.   

A minimum investment of 0.1 BNB is required for full participation in FullBNB.   

FullBNB is a straightforward smart-contract Ponzi scheme. You invest and then proceed to steal other people’s money for as long as there is BNB left in the smart-contract.   

All Ponzi schemes eventually fail. However, at 30% per day, any iteration of FullBNB will only last a week at most. FullBNB’s first version launched in early April and failed within 1 to 2 weeks.   

This prompted the April 22nd release of “V2.”   

The smart-contract of FullBNB V2 appears to have been cleaned out in mid-to-late May.   

This resulted in the May 11th launch of BNBglend.   

As of the time of publication, BNBglend’s smart-contract had also been cleaned up.   

Given that BNBglend’s smart-contract only earned 3.4 BNB ($300), reusing the script to launch more crypto scams appears to be a waste of time.   

The creator address is the common denominator between FullBNB’s and BNBglend’s smart-contracts: 0xbf6cc4822f1bDfba8470E998498165FC1B897021. 

This is more of an obituary than a typical our review, but it’s worth noting in case “Luis Montes” reappears with another recycled smart-contract Ponzi scheme.

FullBNB’s website contains no information about who owns or runs the company.    On March 25th, FullBNB’s website domain (“fullbnb.net”) was registered. The owner is listed as “Luis Angel Montes” via a random address in Argentina.    The email address used to sign up for FullBNB was also used to sign up for BNBglend.   …

FullBNB’s website contains no information about who owns or runs the company.    On March 25th, FullBNB’s website domain (“fullbnb.net”) was registered. The owner is listed as “Luis Angel Montes” via a random address in Argentina.    The email address used to sign up for FullBNB was also used to sign up for BNBglend.   …

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