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Billionaire Token

Coin NameBillionaire Token
Coin CodeXBL
Summery Description

Glue, who is the developer and Telegram owner, is scamming people via a token swap from ERC-20 to EOS.The token can still be purchased on CoinExchange ($0 daily volume). I purchased about $160.00 worth. Then I found out there was a token swap to EOS. When I went on Telegram to ask if the swap was still being done, no reply from Glue until AFTER I performed the swap via his still active swap webpage (https://billionairetoken.com/swap) only to say “it can’t be done”. The website still allows the approval and registration of the swap and even states “So go ahead and swap your tokens now! “When I asked if mine could still get pushed through or return my purchased tokens, he stated “you had 6 months to swap” then went silent. Once someone else got into discussion with me stating this coin was dead and Unicorns are more real than me getting my tokens returned, Glue banned me from the Telegram followed by Censorship memes and Glue producing a smile that he had banned me.DO NOT SUPPORT THIS SCAM! No communication, no development, no customer concern, just a pure money grab.

Linkhttps://billionairetoken.com/
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Is Billionaire Token a Scam?

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