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Beware of "Steve Banks BitcoinAdvertising" Software or App Scam

2017-12-17T11:54:58 -  +
Beware of "Steve Banks BitcoinAdvertising" Software or App Scam

There is no "Steve Banks BitcoinAdvertising" software or app. The website bitcoinadvertising.co, which claims that Steve Banks, an ex-software developer from an unknown firm created an app or software that performs Bitcoin flipping at a 99.4% level of accuracy, is a fake being operated by online scammers. If you search the internet, you will not find a Steve Banks BitcoinAdvertising Flipping Software on any reputable website, except on some deceptive websites created by scammers to convince their potential victims into signing up for a software or app that doesn't exist.

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Therefore, online users are asked not to register or invest in the bogus "Steve Banks BitcoinAdvertising" software.

The "Steve Banks BitcoinAdvertising" Website at www.bitcoinadvertising.com

Steve Banks BitcoinAdvertising Software at www.bitcoinadvertising.com

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  • Posted: Dec 18, 2017 by an anonymous user from or near: St. Petersburg, Florida, United States

    If something sounds too good to be true, 9 1/2 times out of 10 it really is too good to be true... I didn't fall off the turnip truck yesterday and these scammers need to be prosecuted.

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