The 30K Challenge - Watch Out SCAM ALERT!
Not everyone on this Earth values your intelligence.
Some people don't even recognise it.
They just want to kidnap your generosity and misuse it on themselves.
In their own words: "It is probably the easiest method to add some more zeros to your bank account."
They couldn't actually spell easiest though wrote eaiset which is probably in France.
I do not know who this poor chap is, he looks like a man who wears Tommy Hilfiger to us, but rest assured, if we do meet him, we are going to tie him up, and smash his ****ing face permanently in.
In the meantime, let's see what his retarded conman website has to say for itself (I think the author's in a bad mood today.)
This latest nonsense can be found here: https://gtfunnls.org/30k-challenge/?hitid=w9vi6nc41o6iv8o82aupfjng&qze=3&aff_sub=YOSL&aff_sub2=THMG_EN_DAILY_EN-MGN-010&aff_sub3=020721#
It is not the 1K Daily Profits challenge, it is the 30K Challenge, whatever the heck that means.
The video actors are some of the worst we have ever seen, and they haven't even bothered learning the script well enough to not need to keep re-reading it as they speak.
OK so it is another 'get rich quick because we like helping strangers' video, and why not? The world is just too short of retardedness isn't it, I mean with so little nonsense going on, and our freedom having been taken, and our highstreets destroyed, and our communities gone, why not get a bunch of mean-spirited, retarded looking scum to come and defraud us too?
I'm not exactly sure what the retarded stun moron on the express chair is doing to the left on that Manc wanker, or whether the bloke with a beetroot for a head is having some sort of personality crisis, but I am sure that this is one of the most retarded videos I have ever seen.
These idiots from the UK are talking about making dollars? Why? What use is a dollar to them? Have the Central Banks finally just made them part of the US? I hope so, that way they can stop failing so badly at the Olympics.
Of course this stupid site is connected with all the best security, look, they have the logos on it:
So it must be true.
Oh ****ing dear, I seem to have been redirected to a broker.
Let's see where they are based, as I do not want to be defrauded by some offshore, unregulated ****faced broker.
Should I email them at support@PrimeBTC.io or call them on ?
They do not seem to respond to live chat...
In their T&Cs it says: This Agreement shall be construed and enforced in accordance with, and shall be governed by
the law of Marshall Islands, notwithstanding any conflicts of laws principles.
And the Marshall Islands are here:
Which means that getting a refund could be tricky?
I think I'll leave it as there is a warning at the bottom of the page:
Digital currencies are very volatile and highly speculative thus carries a high level of risk. It is possible to lose all your capital. The services offered in this website may not be suitable for everyone so before deciding to consume any of the Company’s services you should carefully consider your financial condition and your level of experience. Seek independent advice if necessary. Speculate only with funds that you can afford to lose.
Which means that it is not as cool as that scrawny Mac **** said it was, how surprising!
VERDICT: THE 30K CHALLENGE IS A: SCAM !!!
Stay away from these idiots!