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Fort Ad Pays was a Ponzi scheme that surfaced in 2015. Run by Pedro Fort, Fort Ad Pays affiliates invested in $1 to $300 on the promise of an advertised ROI of up to 210%. The ruse behind Fort Ad Pays’ business model was ad credit-packs, which provided advertising credits. By using these credits, Fort [Continue reading...]

Source: SEC sues Fort Ad Pays, reveals $38 million dollar Ponzi scheme

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