DO NOT FALL FOR THIS SCAM!
Yes, I know! Many people haven’t got that much money and this makes them easy targets for these predators at Bitcoin Revolution.
The ONLY money that is EASY MONEY are those made by billionaires! The more money you got the easier it is to get more!
The bad news is that most people have to work pretty hard just to make a living. For normal people, there is no such thing as ‘Easy Money’!
This scam has many names. Bitcoin Revolution. Bitcoin Evolution, Bitcoin Code, Bitcoin Era…
According to the FTC it was a $3 billion industry in 2018.
The people behind these scams know this, and they are totally shameless. This scam involves thousands of websites, hundreds of people and thousands of ‘affiliates’ who want to make money even if it is by scamming others. They make millions of dollars every single day. This is organized crime! If you want real details look here. And another one here with weight loss and miracle pills.
- They use celebrities in fake articles to promote this scam.
- They use the names of well-known and respected news sites to make it look creditable.
- They have bought a gazillion websites where they post these fake stories.
- They have bought another gazillion review websites that totally dominate the first 10 pages of Google with FAKE positive reviews so when you Google “Bitcoin Revolution” you get 200 FAKE review sites that ALL support the scam.
- They steal images and hack innocent people’s websites.
Here is an example where a well-known and respected Danish news media has been used. Take a look at the address line where it says: www.prendra.com. It says it all. This is not www.BT.dk!!:
The Image of Line Pedersen, Slagelse is stolen from The Guardian. It’s the 3rd image in the slider.
The Image of Kristian Nyborg, Middelfart is stolen from Ellesco.com.
The image of Julie Christiansen from Gr?sted is stolen from a Canadian website.
This is another ad on Facebook:
If you click it (which I suggest you do because they pay Facebook pr. click!) you get this peculiar website, which is one big image. (No matter where you click you will end up on the sign-up page):
Now, this is fun! You see the small image of a man in black with a hat? That’s the moment I knew they fucked up!
Unfortunately for them, I know that man!
The scammers claim that the man is Adam Lindberg!
It is the founder of Minecraft Marcus”Notch” Persson! And he got very rich after selling Minecraft to Microsoft in 2014 for $2.500.000.000! 2.5 Billion dollars!
He is probably NOT going to invest in Bitcoin from this site to make a measly 97.531 Swedish kr. which is 15.644 dollars! He is geeky enough to go to a REAL trader platform!
Here is a link that will convince you!
These ads can be found on Facebook and sadly Mark Zuckerberg doesn’t care as long as he makes a profit on these ads. A HUGE profit! These ads have been reported for a long time on Facebook as well as Google. But the criminals help each other making money.
If you sign up and do not pay they WILL call you. Not once. Not twice. Not 50 times! They WILL continue until you succeed in blocking all their numbers – which is around 10.000 worldwide.
Here is an example of an ‘independent’ review: Insidebitcoins.com which of course is made by – Bitcoin Revolution themselves.
These Domains are only a fraction of those used:
InsideBitCoins.com – Owner: Secret
Is-Scam.com – Owner: Secret
top5stockbrokers.com – Owner: Secret
hatenafblog.com – This is a legit Japanese site they hacked, created a subdomain and run thousands of Google Ads on.
LearnBonds.com – Owner: Secret
atxtalks.org – Owner: Secret
greatpeace.org – Owner: Secret.
aphn.org – Owner: Secret.
apcdproject.org – Owner: Secret
cryptoevent.io – Owner: Secret
zfm-blog.simplesite.com – Owner: Secret
My guess is that there are thousands and thousnds of these domains out there.
How to tell if it is a scam.
- ALWAYS look at the address line in your browser. Check if it matches what you expect to find. Under this ad it says Instagram so you should expect to end up on an Instagram page – but you don’t!
- If it looks too good to be true it very likely is!
- If someone asks for your money you better triple check who they are!
- Look for spelling errors and odd word combinations.
- Look for contact information – This is important because most of these scammers have as NO contact info! Some times a contact form – but they will never answer you! Try to contact them and see if they answer! Look for their OFFICIAL name, address, phone numbers etc. If there are no such things rest assured it is a scam!
Unfortunately if you pay these bastards any money they are LOST! You will NEVER see them again and you will NEVER receive any Bitcoins! It is a SCAM. Facebook and Google allow it and because they make money with them!
The Bitcoin Scam is all over the world and it is very difficult to even make a case and take it to court.
So STAY THE FUCK AWAY from these scumbags! They want your money!
I have taken bigger and much more violent crime syndicates down before and I’m tempted to do it again. My way! Welcome to my world bitches!