***WARNING - Scam Ads to IGNORE!***

100% returns? No details on system? An expensive suit signifying wealth and success? RUN away.

100% returns? No details on system? An expensive suit signifying wealth and success? RUN away.

A TON of these ads you will encounter are 100% scams. If you decide to try it anyway, don’t say that I didn’t warn you.

To be clear, 100% of these ads listed below are SCAMS.

In crypto, free money is given away often via promos and airdrops. The problem is that this makes it difficult for the new investor to distinguish real and legitimate opportunities from scams. As this space gets bigger and bigger with main-stream adoption accelerating, we should expect more and more scams to take place. This site will be a safe-haven from annoying pop-ups that bombard your screen with pop-ups, slow-loading pages from two dozen ads loading on every page, and dishonest promoters that only tell one side of the story because they know they will never run into you in real life, face to face. As long as you use their referral link, it’s all they care about… even if the source is no longer profitable/ or a scam. By only using free sources that don’t require you to pay, you are removing a huge part of the risk from the equation.

You will NEVER see trash sites like this promoted here simply because I would NEVER waste my time with something that I KNEW was a scam. At the worst, if I wasn’t sure, I would research it. If reviews are good, I would try it out ONLY if it required no money from my own pocket. IF it turns out to be legit, I would attempt a withdrawal. IF it was successful, THEN and ONLY THEN would I promote the source on this site. That is a lot of “IF’s”. Nothing on this site gets posted accidentally and without a positive outcome, no matter what the referral bonus.

If you decide to earn free cryptos, you’re going to have to deal with some ads… in most cases. This is a collection of ads that you SHOULD NOT fall for. Use your common sense. If you’re not sure, you can ask me or post in a forum like BMF. Check the “resources” page for more details. There is a contact form on this site you can use for questions and I will respond to you on Twitter or Telegram.

ALWAYS do your own research… not just for coins but for services and programs you are interested in. I have laid out as much details for the sources I personally use but you should do your own due diligence, as well. Mistakes happen, do your best to educate yourself no matter what you invest in. In many cases, wasted time is worse than wasted money.

You’ll see these ridiculous ads everywhere. I’ll be adding more of them here for references. Don’t get scammed. This is why I ONLY deal with sites that pay me, not the other way around. This is a one-way street… crypto always comes IN and it will NEVER go out. You have to learn how to interpret these ads just by looking at the message and image it is trying to convey and not just going off of the print and pictures.

In other words, I don’t invest my OWN money/crypto into ANY of these sources I share… JUST TIME.

The first sentence should be enough to scare you miles away. Rolls Royce? Private jet? Same as example above. The returns are a lot more believable on this one but there are warning signs on this ad, too.

The first sentence should be enough to scare you miles away. Rolls Royce? Private jet? Same as example above. The returns are a lot more believable on this one but there are warning signs on this ad, too.

Look at this, grammatical errors and questionable terms used. Four time stamped comments in the last three minutes, fake. I’m pretty sure these are the same comments from yesterday but I’ll keep track to see if they at least change the comments and time stamps. regardless, when you check the social media accounts, they don’t lead to anything but the main page, itself… clicking the Twitter logo will direct you to Twitter.com. Do some research or ask when in doubt. These kinds of scam ads are everywhere. Notice they are very vague with their history, methods, and repayment details. Red flags, everywhere. They will use BIG amounts of “promised” profits to attract you to it. The bigger the promise, the greater the chance of a scam.

Look at this, grammatical errors and questionable terms used. Four time stamped comments in the last three minutes, fake. I’m pretty sure these are the same comments from yesterday but I’ll keep track to see if they at least change the comments and time stamps. regardless, when you check the social media accounts, they don’t lead to anything but the main page, itself… clicking the Twitter logo will direct you to Twitter.com. Do some research or ask when in doubt. These kinds of scam ads are everywhere. Notice they are very vague with their history, methods, and repayment details. Red flags, everywhere. They will use BIG amounts of “promised” profits to attract you to it. The bigger the promise, the greater the chance of a scam.

Notice the slider can be moved to a max of 2.5 BTC. If you’re even thinking that this might be real, you should be doing TONS of research on this source. THESE ARE ALL SCAMS. These scams are everywhere… Twitter, FB, IG & every social media platform you can think of. If you think something looks legitimate, forward it to me on Twitter and I’ll look it up but you should learn to do it yourself. Check “Tips” for help.

Notice the slider can be moved to a max of 2.5 BTC. If you’re even thinking that this might be real, you should be doing TONS of research on this source. THESE ARE ALL SCAMS. These scams are everywhere… Twitter, FB, IG & every social media platform you can think of. If you think something looks legitimate, forward it to me on Twitter and I’ll look it up but you should learn to do it yourself. Check “Tips” for help.

I see this fake ad almost everyday. It means the scam is working and they are maxing out ASAP.

I see this fake ad almost everyday. It means the scam is working and they are maxing out ASAP.

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See the pattern?

See the pattern?

Big amounts sued to lour you in.

Big amounts sued to lour you in.

Ridiculous claims of 30% an hour and 10% a day.

Ridiculous claims of 30% an hour and 10% a day.

Mentioning respected companies that have NOTHING to do with this scam. I doubt it’s even on ETH since this isn’t built on blockchain technology, just a scam website. Look for patterns, ALWAYS do your research.

Mentioning respected companies that have NOTHING to do with this scam. I doubt it’s even on ETH since this isn’t built on blockchain technology, just a scam website. Look for patterns, ALWAYS do your research.

RUN for any “HYIP” sites like this one (highlighted in yellow at the top). HYIP = High Yield Interest Programs. These are synonymous with scams. STAY AWAY. Notice how they try to get you to act on a sense of urgency with the BS ad on the right side.

RUN for any “HYIP” sites like this one (highlighted in yellow at the top). HYIP = High Yield Interest Programs. These are synonymous with scams. STAY AWAY. Notice how they try to get you to act on a sense of urgency with the BS ad on the right side.

After scrolling down, you’ll see a TON of spelling and grammatical errors. HUGE red flag for international scammers. RUN. Below that, you’ll see more “urgent” tones trying to get you to deposit ASAP. At the bottom, four comments, all left today… all positive. Trying to get you to commit with the “exploit might get patched any day” lie. What legit and professional company would allow marketing to release this type of garbage?

After scrolling down, you’ll see a TON of spelling and grammatical errors. HUGE red flag for international scammers. RUN. Below that, you’ll see more “urgent” tones trying to get you to deposit ASAP. At the bottom, four comments, all left today… all positive. Trying to get you to commit with the “exploit might get patched any day” lie. What legit and professional company would allow marketing to release this type of garbage?

90% profits in 60 seconds. Oh boy.

90% profits in 60 seconds. Oh boy.

After scrolling down, you’ll see the scammers use legitimate companies to try to legitimize their scam. More fake reviews below that, the patterns are all the same… you just have to learn what to look for.

After scrolling down, you’ll see the scammers use legitimate companies to try to legitimize their scam. More fake reviews below that, the patterns are all the same… you just have to learn what to look for.

This ad and the one above are the same scammers from the third image from the top. Same scammers, different landing pages. Same red flags, same max BTC deposit limits, same fake comments… all posted within the last hour. This is repetitive but worth repeating so beginners know what to look for.

This ad and the one above are the same scammers from the third image from the top. Same scammers, different landing pages. Same red flags, same max BTC deposit limits, same fake comments… all posted within the last hour. This is repetitive but worth repeating so beginners know what to look for.

Don’t fall for it, it’s all fake. Look at those returns . COMPLETE BS.

Don’t fall for it, it’s all fake. Look at those returns . COMPLETE BS.

I never use cloud miners and I definitely am not paying to use one.

I never use cloud miners and I definitely am not paying to use one.

Here us a common scam. Everything looks legit but they include a fake link. The link shows no licence number at all.

Here us a common scam. Everything looks legit but they include a fake link. The link shows no licence number at all.

When you click the link, you’re take to this fake page.

When you click the link, you’re take to this fake page.

This is the real page. Compare the two web addresses circled in red.

This is the real page. Compare the two web addresses circled in red.