Paymara collapses, reboots NFT Ponzi as Paymara Meta
The Paymara Ponzi scheme has collapsed.
Scammers behind Paymara have rebooted the Ponzi scheme under Paymara Meta.
Oh and they’re also jumping on the NFT fraud bandwagon. Because y’know, why not.
Paymara made the unexpected reboot announcement on their FaceBook page earlier today:
PAYMARA META IS LAUNCHED!! We are delighted to inform you that as we are expanding our business verticals, we have successfully moved and shifted our business operation to our new domain WWW.PAYMARAMETA.COM.
All your ROI, Binary, Referral and other incomes & funds have been moved to the Paymara Wallet Balance on our new domain. So from here on, all the members can continue doing business on our new domain which is www.paymarameta.com.
Users can login to their accounts using the same credentials as before on Paymara Meta.
No explanation for the change in domain is provided.
Paymara’s Paymara Meta reboot naturally comes with new “fixed deposit” investment plans:
All our members can invest in FD using their Paymara Wallet Balance and keep earning daily profits for 180 days.
Investors gullible enough to fall for Paymara’s ruse will see funds locked for an additional 180 days.
Paymara’s collapse follows an announcement a week ago about NFTs.
This would appear to be the beginnings of an NFT exit-scam (investors are left bagholding worthless NFTs), which will now take place through Paymara Meta.
Another planned exit-scam was Paymara Coin:
You won’t find anything about this on Paymara’s website or their social media channels. The above is a photo taken of an ad placed in a Nigerian newspaper.
It seems the scammers behind Paymara were offering Nigerians sweeter deals as the Ponzi came to an end.
The Paymara Meta website domain was only registered a few days ago on May 12th. This coincides with the recent crypto crash, which I believe is why Paymara didn’t proceed with the NFT/coin exit-scam as originally planned.
Paymara and Paymara Meta are Boris CEO Ponzi schemes. Through a provided corporate address, Paymara and Paymara Meta represent they are based out of Canada.
Boris CEO Ponzi schemes are almost always the work of Russian and/or Ukrainian scammers.