Description

An ongoing investigation by Malaysian authorities has revealed the MBI Ponzi scheme saw 350,000 affiliates lose 700 million MYR ($165 million USD). MBI was a Ponzi scheme based on GRC Unit Ponzi points. MBI affiliates invested up to $35,000 in GRC Units, the internal value of which was set by MBI. ROI withdrawals were made [Continue reading...]

Source: MBI Ponzi scheme duped 350,000 affiliates out of $165 million

Comments
Order by: 
Per page:
 
  • There are no comments yet
   Comment Record a video comment
 
 
 
     
Related Feed Entries
Russian development bank Vnesheconombank has partnered with Kaliningrad's regions government to pilot blockchain-based payment solutions.Source: Coin Desk - Digital currency
30 minutes ago · From Coin Desk - Digital currency
Bitron provide no information on their website about who owns or runs the company. The Bitron website domain (“bitron.io”) was privately registered on January 1st, 2018. As always, if an MLM company is not openly upfront about who is running or owns it, think long and hard about joining and/or handing over any money. Bitron [Continue reading...] Source: Bitron Review: BTN points ICO lending Ponzi scheme Source: Behind MLM - Scams & Reporting
30 minutes ago · From Behind MLM - Scams & Reporting
QatarCoin provide no information on their website about who owns or runs the business. The QatarCoin website domain (“qatarcoin.co”) was privately registered on November 19th, 2017. Despite the name, it appears QatarCoin has nothing to do with Qatar. At the time of publication Alexa estimate Nigeria (20%) and India (11%) are the top two sources [Continue reading...] Source: QatarCoin Review: QTC points ICO lending Ponzi Source: Behind MLM - Scams & Reporting
2 hours ago · From Behind MLM - Scams & Reporting
An upcoming Bitcoin Core software release is finally making it easier to use a code change called SegWit in the software's standard wallet.Source: Coin Desk - Digital currency
3 hours ago · From Coin Desk - Digital currency
A Visa spokesperson claimed that neither it nor Coinbase were responsible for last week's charging issue seen by the crypto-exchange's customers.Source: Coin Desk - Digital currency
3 hours ago · From Coin Desk - Digital currency
Rate
0 votes
Info
Michael Blair
Time is your GREATEST asset
07.10.2017 (07.10.2017)
13 Views
0 Subscribers
Recommend
Tags