Bitsolives Review: BuxCoin Ponzi points investment fraud
Bitsolives provides no information on their website about who owns or runs the business.
The Bitsolives website domain (“bitsolives.com”) was privately registered on March 10th, 2017.
Further research reveals Bitsolives marketing material crediting Mohsin Jameel as CEO of the company.
As reported by the Tribune India last year, Jameel (right) is known to Indian authorities and has a history or running scams.
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has initiated the process of attaching properties of five arrested accused in the multi-crore Crown Chit Fund scam even as some of the other accused held a function in Thailand last week to attract investors.
The function has sent the alarm bells ringing here as both ED and Punjab Police had banned the six companies that were floated one after the other by the accused in the last five years to dupe investors of about Rs 10,000 crore.
Despite this, the accused, led by Mohsin Jameel, the CEO of the companies, went ahead with the function.
The accused allegedly floated the seventh company named Crown Coin last month.
After related reports were published in The Tribune, the name was changed to Bitso Lives.
The new company has invited investors to use Crypto Currency (which is a digital currency called Bit Coins) for the purpose.
Officials in the ED and the Punjab Police said the new company too was illegal.
The ED is looking into the money laundering angle in the scam while the police have acted on fraud against thousands of investors.
Rs. 10,000 crore comes to about $1.5 billion dollars, so Jameel’s scamming has evidently proven lucratively profitable over the years.
Whereas his earlier efforts focused on forex fraud, now it seems he’s turned his interest to cryptocurrency.
Late last year, the Times of India reported several arrests of investors pushing Jameel’s Zuflo Coin Ponzi scheme
Jameel himself remains at large and, when he’s not promoting his various scams in third-world countries, is believed to be operating out of the UK.
As of February 2018, Jameel remains a fugitive and wanted by Indian authorities.
Read on for a full review of the Bitsolives MLM opportunity.
Bitsolives has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market Bitsolives affiliate membership itself.
The Bitsolives Compensation Plan
Bitsolives affiliates invest €200 to €10,000 EUR on the promise of an advertised ROI over 20 months:
- Silver – invest €200 EUR and receive a €320 EUR ROI
- Gold – invest €1000 EUR and receive a €2000 EUR ROI
- Platinum – invest €5000 EUR and receive a €12,000 EUR ROI
- Diamond – invest €10,000 EUR and receive a €30,000 EUR ROI
Note that all ROI and commission payouts within Bitsolives are split between bitcoin (70%) and buxcoin points (30%).
Buxcoins are issued to affiliates via a 4:1 ratio ($1 commission equivalent = 4 buxcoins).
BuxCoins are held by Bitsolives for 180 days, after which they are returned to the affiliate with a 25% point bonus.
Bitsolives pay affiliates to recruit new affiliates.
How much of a recruitment commission is paid out is determined by how much a Bitsolives affiliate has invested:
- Silver affiliates receive a 6% recruitment commission
- Gold affiliates receive an 8% recruitment commission
- Platinum and Diamond affiliates receive a 10% recruitment commission
Bitsolives pay residual commissions via a binary compensation structure.
A binary compensation structure places an affiliate at the top of a binary team, split into two sides (left and right):
The first level of the binary team houses two positions. The second level of the binary team is generated by splitting these first two positions into another two positions each (4 positions).
Subsequent levels of the binary team are generated as required, with each new level housing twice as many positions as the previous level.
Positions in the binary team are filled via direct and indirect recruitment of affiliates. Note there is no limit to how deep a binary team can grow.
At the end of each week Bitsolives tallies up new investment volume on both sides of the binary team.
Affiliates are paid a percentage of funds generated on their weaker binary side.
How much of a percentage is paid out is determined again by how much a Bitsolives affiliate has invested:
- Silver affiliates are paid 6%, capped at €5000 EUR a week
- Gold affiliates are paid 8%, capped at €10,000 EUR a week
- Platinum affiliates are paid 10%, capped at €15,000 EUR a week
- Diamond affiliates are paid 12%, capped at €25,000 a week
There is also a Super Diamond rate however specific details are not provided.
Bitsolives pay a Matching Bonus via a unilevel compensation structure.
A unilevel compensation structure places an affiliate at the top of a unilevel team, with every personally recruited affiliate placed directly under them (level 1):
If any level 1 affiliates recruit new affiliates, they are placed on level 2 of the original affiliate’s unilevel team.
If any level 2 affiliates recruit new affiliates, they are placed on level 3 and so on and so forth down a theoretical infinite number of levels.
Bitsolives cap payable unilevel team levels at seven.
The Matching Bonus is paid out on residual commissions generated across these seven levels as follows:
- Silver affiliates earn a 10% match on level 1 (personally recruited affiliates)
- Gold affiliates earn a 10% match on levels 1 to 3
- Platinum affiliates earn a 10% match on levels 1 to 3 and 5% on levels 4 and 5
- Diamond affiliates earn a 10% match on levels 1 to 3 and 5% on levels 4 to 7
Bitsolives affiliate membership is tied to a €200 to €10,000 EUR investment.
- Silver – €200 EUR
- Gold – €1000 EUR
- Platinum – €5000 EUR
- Diamond – €10,000 EUR
The primary difference between the above affiliate membership options is income potential via the Bitsolives compensation plan.
On its website Bitsolives claims to be “an exclusive marketing partner for Buxcoin”.
The ultimate aim of Bitsolives is to make buying and selling of Buxcoin as simple as possible for people who wanted a pain-free experience and the fastest transactions.
Buxcoin is a non-publicly tradeable altcoin, with Bitsolives presenting itself as your typical MLM pump and dump marketing arm.
Buxcoin itself has likely been set up by Mohsin Jameel and his associates.
The only exchange I found trading buxcoin is Cashfinex, whose marketing tag-line is as follows:
Transfer from one wallet to another within second. It’s that simple, Buy buxcoin at the best rate.
Cashfinex appears to have been set up solely to trade buxcoin through, thus making it an internal exchange.
In effect Bitsolives, Buxcoin and Cashfinex are all part of the same scheme.
Through Bitsolives, Mohsin Jameel and friends offload pre-generated buxcoin through at whatever value they set.
It also serves as a ROI withdrawal platform, allowing Bitsolives affiliates to who put in withdrawal requests to steal money from those who invested after them.
For their part Bitsolives claim to generate ROI revenue through cryptocurrency trading.
No evidence of any trading taking place is provided, leaving new investment as the sole source of revenue.
Bitsolives use of newly invested funds to pay off existing investors makes it a Ponzi scheme.
The rest of the compensation plan is tied to recruitment of new affiliate investors, adding an additional pyramid layer to the scheme.
Mohsin Jameel has a documented history of launching scams dating back as far as 2010 with Capital Consultant.
Bitsolives presents a new vehicle for Jameel to continue scamming people though, however the fundamentals remain the same.
You sign up as a new affiliate, invest your money and for as long as new investors sign up after you, steal their money.
Once recruitment dies down, Jameel drops the company and launches a new one.
Migration into the cryptocurrency niche serves Jameel’s interests, as when Bitsolives inevitable collapses, he can just adjust the value of buxcoin on Cashfinex to $0.
On the backend most of the money winds up in Jameel’s hands and he gets to effectively wipe any remaining ROI liabilities.
Jameel has been Ponzi scamming victims for around eight years now. Don’t expect anything other than widespread losses when Bitsolives inevitably collapses.
Update 29th March 2022 – Mohsin Jameel and his accomplices have been charged by police in Mumbai.
Two accomplices have been arrested in Pune. Jameel remains at large in the UK.
Who ever you are and whatever you are writing is completely baseless. Its unprofessional to tarnish someone’s reputation without knowing the fact.
You will soon receive defamation letter from lawyer. Just wait and watch.
Ah, that’d be one of Mohsin Jameel’s mates now.
If by basless you mean “totally based on documented fact and Bitsolives’ own compensation plan”, sure. Maybe that translates differently where you’re from.
i appreciate if u show me any document that Mr Mohsin is a part of Bitsolives. (Ozedit: Offtopic derail attempts removed)
Sources are linked in the review.
What, you think scammers on the run from police are going to leave ownership documents lying around?
How can you say its a scam you dont even try it. Try it first and be a member.
You don’t need to invest and lose money in a Ponzi scheme to identify one.
How can you identify that its a ponzi scheme you dont even try it.. amd some of your info are not true were not dealing bitcoin.
A lot of fake news are sorounding even if they have links all you have to do is have knowledge and research it correctly.
If he is a scammer it is easy to capture him by the police because he did not hide his identity..
We already talk to some indain people most of them said it was jagit sigh who took the money, so stop making stories and stop depending on what you have read do further research.
Like I said, you don’t need to join, invest and lose money in a Ponzi scheme to identify one. Do you even basic education bro?
Analysis of Bitsolives business model and compensation plan confirms it is a Ponzi scheme.
Yeah nah. You don’t get to dismiss facts as “fake news”.
The fact of the matter is Mohsin Jameel has been scamming people for years and is wanted by Indian authorities.
I guess you’d better call up Interpol then and let them know there’s no need for their red notice list.
If the identity of a criminal is known they’re as good as caught.
Oh wait, that’s not how the real world works.
I don’t have anything against “Indain people”, but what they did or didn’t say doesn’t change the facts:
Bitsolives is a Ponzi scheme run by a serial Ponzi scammer on the run from Indian authorities.
You know Oz, you should have some kind of a “definition of a Ponzi scheme for dummies” in your site so you could just always link to that when these come up.
Something in the lines of:
Paying profits to earlier investors using funds obtained from newer investors = Ponzi scheme.
Unable to show any other source for paying profits than the funds obtained from newer investors = Ponzi scheme.
Showing another source of funds for paying profits than the funds obtained from newer investors, but still paying part of profits from funds obtained from newer investors = Ponzi scheme.
ALL of the profits paid from a source OTHER than the funds obtained from newer investors = NOT a Ponzi scheme.
Yes, you can use the money from newer investors for e.g. actually – you know – INVESTING the money and paying profits to the newer investors from the actual fund their INVESTMENT has generated. Can you believe it that there is an option like this to pay back people’s investments?
Yes, it is responsibility of the organizer of the scheme to prove it legal, not others’ job to prove it illegal.
No, you don’t need to sign up to get the proof that there is some other source of funds than newer investors. Not disclosing the info before taking the money = something only scam-artists do.
I pretty much spell out why an MLM company is a Ponzi scheme in every review it comes up. Doesn’t stop the dumbasses from asking you to join one first.
If it’s not sinking in on the very review they’re commenting on, doubt explaining it of-page will help unfortunately.
The judiciary have the old ponzi / not a ponzi argument well and truly covered.
Any charges preferred are usually any or all of “fraud, wire fraud, conspiracy, tax evasion and money laundering”
If you say Mohsin Jameel had got nothing to do with Scams, I challenge Mohsin Jameel to step foot in Punjab.
Thank you for this article – I have been following Buxcoin since Jan 2018.
I made a small investment to suss it out, immidiaitely I was being asked to get other investors onboard to consolidate my investment (which isn’t a bad thing).
Alarm bells went off when Cashfinex was launched and miraculously the Buxcoin rate went from 0.16 Euros to 2 Euros, and there were claims of 2 mil trades per day etc.
Then I investigated further to find out that Bull Info tech and other companies registered under Mohsin’s name are worth less than £100k – his tax returns are delayed or flawed.
Every independent piece of information on him screams that he is a seasonal scammer. However people currently invovled in this Ponzi scheme fail to believe so…
i invested and got other sin but getting the money out was an issue, but as per the withdrawal they are destined to launch 8th Malaysia a Master card for withdrawal.
the ponzi aspect can be true ,but on another angle they have introduced over 100 online stores that have over 1000 products that their buxcoin will be trading with.
also on cashfinex one can buy bitcoin, ehureum, euro & dollar meaning in every trade theirs a buyer and seller. so with further research could we say Mohsin has found a better way to clean his name with the crypto industry lets wait and watch
You do realize “merchants and external exchanges” is the script of every MLM crypto Ponzi scheme right?
By then it’s too late, that’s exit-scam phase. You found out your money is already gone the hard way, when you tried and failed to withdraw it.
Everything else is just promises. The only way you get your money back now is by offloading your worthless points onto another bagholder. That’s the exit-scam aspect of it.
When I invested in December 2017 everything suggested scam.
1. MLM present
2. No team info.
3. No white paper or road map.
4. ROI was there.
5. Block chain ???
6. No exchange only talk of internal exchange.
1. MLM present (only till the coins are distributed)
2. Team info is there.
3. White paper present.
4. ROI no more.
5. Block chain visible.
6. Soon mining will start.
7. External Exchange operational with integration to MT4 platform.
8. Soon will be seen on coin market cap.
9. Will be traded on other exchanges also.
Don’t trust everything you read on the internet.
So you invested just shy of a year ago on the promise of a ROI.
Bitsolives took your money, stopped paying you that ROI and are now are promising you a cliched MLM altcoin exit-scam.
Yeah no, sounds great and I’m sure you’ll moon to lambo riches any day now. Sorry for your loss.
Oh and this:
Everything about Bisolives screamed scam and you invested anyway? Yep, let’s ignore the facts and take investment advise from this guy.
He knows where it’s at.
I have been searching the web for Bux coin and all what it is offering and assurances from its owner.
IT seems like a fraud and like many previous frauds being conducted this is also being done in a people who are in unfamiliar territory.
If Mohsin Jameel has scammed thousands of Indians already, Indians should not let him scam other nations and should put his name for arrest through interpol.
However, this is growing and people are putting money in and as any ponzi scheme people who come in at a later stage will loose money and lots of it
Aand as some people said they invested, many more will do and many eagle eyes observers will cash in on this …
I request all of you to uncover this and save very innocent people from getting robbed.
Sometimes you can’t save stupid people. If they invest knowing Bitsolives is a Ponzi scheme then there’s no helping them.
Won’t stop them from crying on here when it goes bust and they lose their money though.
So you invested just shy of a year ago on the promise of a ROI.
Bitsolives took your money, stopped paying you that ROI and are now are promising you a cliched MLM altcoin exit-scam.
Hey OZ by ROI not present I meant the new packages do not attract ROI. since May, People who had invested earlier (before May) are still getting their ROI.
Now you get full coins for the package you pay for. So what I am basically saying that now it is functioning like just another altcoin (almost @ 2000 on coin market cap).
Just chill and watch it on coin market cap in a month or two. Then may be you will buy it from me at a much higher price.
I had invested @ 50000 euro and have already recovered my investment by trading on the exchange.
Currently waiting to trade on the MT4 platform.
And dont worry about my Lambo riches I am already rich.
By the way thanks for the concern shown.
What you’re seeing is the cliched MLM altcoin exit-scam.
The reason MLM crypto scams like Bitsolives exit-scam with an altcoin is because it costs them practically nothing to generate and dump on gullible investors.
You hand over real money, they give your an altcoin + promises and… then it all falls apart when you realize nobody outside of the scam gives a fuck.
Welcome to MLM crypto 101. Sorry for your loss.
No. You stole from gullible schmucks who signed up after you.
That you did so through an internal exchange set up by a Ponzi scheme is neither here nor there.
Hey OZ, serious charges there “You Stole”.
By the way, the exchange is an external one, open to all.
Reading one article and forming an opinion doesn’t help.
Soon we will be trading with other Crypto’s wait and watch…
no you wont, and not in any positive way for sure.
theirs litterly hundreds of post like yours spread out on behind mlm. and every single one is correctly answered whit a “no you wont, and not in any positive way for sure”.
wanna bet against your wrong and everyone else is right? Ohya you already did. sry for your loss and espicaly the loss of the ppl you stole from.
Facts are facts. Any money you “make” in a Ponzi scheme is stolen from someone else.
CoinMarketCap doesn’t list BuxCoin, so what exchange is it then?
Does listing on Coin Market cap make every Crypto a legit one?? Is Coin Market Cap a Body which follows any Government Regulation of any country??
Any ways wait for a month or 2. It will come up on Coin Market Cap. Then maybe you will believe. Or No ??
Genuine Crypto is not just about being listed on Coin market Cap.
No and that was never stated.
By not naming the alleged public exchange BuxCoin is being traded on, thank you for confirming you are full of shit.
BuxCoin = Ponzi points traded on an internal exchange.
Clarity was not there in many things. now Clarity and plans are coming.
Think about it these clarity and concerns were raised by members / affiliates of bitsolive. These are been addressed now and affiliates are shown rosy picture about future plans.
For next few months there will many more concerns ,few will be addressed and then one fine day all will Vanish.
One of my friend who came with this investment plan told me that Jamel is innocent and he has left his partners because they were scammers. his genuine idea was used to scam by his partners
Now he is no more with them.
He has been Awarded as best british innovative entrepreneur and was on BBC.
He has very big plans. let’s wait and watch. In one year buxcoin will touch €100.
I request all people who are reading this blog ,please do your own research before investing in investment schemes which offers lucrative ROI. and promises.
After all its your own hard earned money. Make wise decision.
The only wise decision to make is to look at Bitsolives, ignore the marketing rubbish and conclude it’s a Ponzi scheme.
You can’t fix Ponzi fraud with promises. In the end Jamel and top Bitsolives investors will steal your money and you’ll inevitably wind up in the third-world “sorry for your loss” victim cycle.
There’s nothing new in Bitsolives. It’s the same old Ponzi points model that every MLM crypto scam uses.
How sad and jealous must you be, to see Buxcoin alive and kicking 15 months on after your baseless negative comments.
buxcoin is here to stay, swallow your humle pie, and its clear you know nothing about crypto currencies and how they work. shame on you, ignorant, arrogant bastard.
bitconnect was listed in coinmarket and it was a scam coinmarketcap is not bank of England what is important is Utility of a coin and Buxcoin has utilities including Forex MT4, Ecommerce platform, trading etc also whats important is to Exchange or cash out and Buxcoin has 12 pairs soon to be 29 trading pairs.
it will also be listed in other external exchanges. In short you dont know the industry so Shut the fuck up!!!!
Oh great. Another schmuck sold on the Ponzi dream who thinks their shitcoin is different.
A Ponzi scheme last as long as gullible investors (mostly from India and Pakistan in this case) sign up and dump money into it. Sorry, what was your point?
Yes, but not because it was listed on CoinMarketCap. Like Bitsolives and buxcoin, BitConnect’s BCC also started off as a Ponzi points shitcoin. Public trading was just the exit-scam phase of the Ponzi, and what an exit-scam it was.
But yeah, your little shitcoin is going to be totally different. No worries champ.
Oh you mean all that bullshit they come up with so you gloss over the fact all you’re doing is stealing from people who join after you?
How about proving the external sources of revenue?
Sure, when the money’s run dry of course buxcoin will wind up on some dodgy ass exchange for you and your fellow gullible investors to squabble over.
By then the admins will be long gone with your actual money. Do you even MLM crypto exit-scam bro?
Oz – get work on battling all the fools. This Buxcoin King is either Mohsin himself or his wingman, Asif Nazeer from Dubai. The question I have is rather simple; why doesn’t innocent Mohsin go to India and clear his name from the OneCoin and other scams he wanted for?
second question, Mohsin said in a recent video that the daily volume of trade of Buxcoin is more than 2 mil. Can you please show me this?
Finally, this bux super store crap, has their contact number listed as +01 234 567 89 – is this legit
hello everyone how are you? i invested huge money in buxcoin and i withdrawn 2 time a big withdrawal please can someone guide me how i can upload screen shots and proof of my withdrawal..
i want to show you i already withdrawn almost €60,000.
THANKS to all.
@Sajid Aziz: Take your evidence of your scamming to your local police station. They’re the ones who will be interested, not us.
I dont easly trust what people say espcialy on the net. So i tried just to prove what it really does. Just rcently purchased there €200 pkg for 600days ROI via bitsolives assisted with an upline “my friend” wich happen to be about a year from they lunched it.
I also transfred BTC on cashfinex for trading and it was pretty quick at first.
But aftersince they upgraded cashfinex as version2 it became nigthmare. Trading and exchange will be hold for aweek and sometime rejected and once being canceled somehow amount will be lost.
Ive been waiting for response but nothing to expect for sure since a lot people from different countries are screaming and crying to credit their lost funds as well with no response at all.
So i tried to withdraw but it was rejected as they wont approved. Now i cancelled my BTC traded order again as to quit, BOOM! Main BTC balanced are gone and was replaced only with the completly cancelled.
What they promised are not true as what we experienced now.so what do you think guys, this isnt what we expect. Its good to be true right. What they promise is not reflecting on their system.
Now i am/we are trapped and guess what? Were being victimized in the fistplace.
Sooner/later this will be closed since no longer trying to trade with their system as they realized and buxcoin we have in BITSoLIVES will be dump with 0 value.
The thing about facts is, regardless of whether you trust them or not, they’re still facts.
Now is probably a good time to reflect on why you thought it was a good idea to ignore the facts and dump 200 EUR into an obvious Ponzi scheme.
Sorry for your loss.
Buxcoin is 100% genuine. MJ is not a scammer nor criminal.
Buxcoin is not a ponzi scheme at all.
Shame on OZ for poisoning the minds of the people. OZ LOST HIS MIND.
And you of course have evidence of Bitsolives registering its securities offering with regulators and providing audited accounting verifying it’s not just recycling invested funds?
No, you don’t.
Round and round we go, how much money will gullible investors lose? Nobody knows!
mr. oz what do u say about the UPAY CARD they introduced as a payment method ??
is it legit or what?
I say that it has nothing to do with Bitsolives being a Ponzi scheme.
Bitsolives isn’t a Ponzi scheme because it does or doesn’t have some dodgy merchant providing cards through a shell company registered who knows where. Bitsolives is a Ponzi scheme because newly invested funds are used to pay existing investors a ROI.
You can’t legitimize a scam through association. Stop falling for marketing smoke and mirrors.
Thanks for this article. But as an Investor with cashfinex, i have greatly achieved alot.
Those who dont want to invest well and good.Its their choice. But Buxcoin is very perfect and it has a great future.
It’s a Ponzi scheme chief. You’ll be able to steal money from people until there’s nobody new left to steal from. Then it’s game over.
Totally confused now.. should I invest or not in buxcoin..today only o saw their ATM card for withdrawal. Plz help.
It’s a Ponzi scheme. You invest in Bitsolives and your money is stolen by existing affiliates.
You then steal from people who join after you. ATM cards through dodgy merchants shouldn’t factor into your decision.
It’s ponzi scheme I invested €10000/=
For three months they where pay €1000 euro’s and suddenly they stoped and they giving you only buxcoins.
To sell your buxcoin it’s very hard nobody want to buy. company will not buy we have to search for person to buy and it’s not easy to find people who is interested purchasing buxcoin.
The Ponzi scheme claimed to have run by Mohsin Jameel was in actuality not run by mohsin at all.
As of March 2019 Mohsin Jameel has left the company. He was a paid employee who took the masterminds behind this whole scam on a wild run to a tune of 5 million euros.
The masterminds behind this scam are former one coin promoters: Ganesh saagar and His business associate who were also part of the inner circle in another scam company Eagle gates.
The total business of buxcoin was around 85 Million euros and the vast majority of it came from India, Pakistan, Africa, South east Asia and from Indian diaspora living in US, Canada, UAE and Italy.
Out of the 85 million euros Ganesh saagar and his partner pocketed about 50 million euros, Mohsin Jameel 5, -about 10 million was spent on expenses and the remaining was distributed among top promoters responsible namely: Prashanth, Asif Nasser, Parmindar Singh
Bux never had a blockchain from day 1 and was intended to follow in the footsteps of one coin. However, tensions between the said members namely the price manipulation and keeping the price stable above 2 euros on the internal system led to the collapse of the company.
The conspirators are currently hiding in the UAE, spreading false stories inorder to confuse the public into not making police complaints and are in process of disposing their assets their and waiting for secondary passports so they could leave the investors and other promoters high and dry and escape to enjoy their ill gotten gains on an island where laws are lax to fraud.
They shouldn’t be allowed to escape with peoples hard earned money. Most of the investors in this project come from very poor countries who were manipulated into investing In this project!
Sounds like your typical MLM “blame everyone” exit-scam shit show.
Sorry for your loss. Except the dumb fucks in the comments above who swore black and blue Bitsolives wasn’t a Ponzi scheme.
I have invested my money into this scam up till now i am unable to withdraw even the amount i invested.
These guys are not serious, a times you write to the admin and nobody replies.
How can i use it and trade it bcuz im also a marketing developer….
Simple. You hand over your money to the Bitsolives scammer trying to recruit you.
They steal your money. Nothing happens and then in a few months you come back here and ask how you can get your money back.
I tell you that’s not how Ponzi schemes work. Sorry for your loss etc. etc.
It’s Completely Scam and behind this all Scammers MLM Team is working and scamming innocent peoples.
Have they been CREBACOed?
I want to say to all buxcoin and mohsin Jameel supporters fuck you. you all stealing poor people money and enjoying.
I pray that this people will die with horrible death. It’s my hard work money I invested thinking about future for my children.
International scam like buxcoin and other Ponzi schemes, please register a complaint here ftc.gov