High Yield Investment Program The Company misrepresented its fraudulent acquisition of FRV* of USD$119M as a reserve for its market capitalization. This high-value acquisition was not published by any media, except a paid article on coin telegraph, an online publisher of cryptocurrency news. The Company promised potential investors high yield if they were willing to purchase FRV to swap for CEO – a supposedly promotional special Deal that would allow investors to gain instant 900% more value relative to their investments. The deal was first promised to be in effect and instantly matured within 24 hours to entice investments. However, said Deal had been delayed indefinitely, only after investors got on board. As of publication date, there is no reliable report of any beneficiary of Deal. To date, the market capitalization of SEO has not materialized as first projected. Investors are still bearing the burden for this make-believe. CEO is also highly suspicious as an attempt to phish EOS by shifting the last character, and a price of USD$7,48, which was the same price as EOS on the day SEO was unveiled. Read more on http://www.twilxscam.com ** * FRV another scam coin, see http://www.fitrovascam.com) ** Supplied by a reader. All third party links are not in any way affiliated to authors, editors, and deadcoins.com, we only endorse their view on SEO/FRV as of publication date of this dead coin. DigitalSig – 1246fc57d933e
Is Twilx a Scam?
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