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BannerBit is a Scam - it is a Fake Ad Banner Selling and Buying System

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BannerBit is a Scam - it is a Fake Ad Banner Selling and Buying System

Online users, do not register with the so-called Ad Flipping system called BannerBit or Banner Bit at www.bannerbit.com because it is a scam. There is no such "Flip That Ad" or "Flip That Banner" advertisement buying or selling system. The fraudulent website tricks online users into buying so-called ads from popular brands and claim they can earn money when the same ads are clicked by other online users through their so-called cloud-powered software app & marketplace. But, this is rubbish, because there is no such marketplace. Companies do not sell their own advertisement banners, they instead, pay advertisers like Google to advertise their products, which are placed on thousands of websites on the Internet.

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So, this BannerBit or Banner Bit system is just another scam to steal money from online users by tricking them into depositing money into a bogus system.

Fake Ad Banner Selling and Buying Website - www.BannerBit.com


+ 1 (888) 3432157 | support@bannerbit.com

The following is a spam email being sent by Bannerbit to potential victims, therefore, recipients of the same or similar emails are asked to not follow the instructions in them and should delete them.

Email Spam From BannerBit.com

From: Nick Flowers <nick.f@bannerbit.com>

Date: January 11, 2018 at 6:31:37 PM CST

Subject: ATTN:

Nice to E-meet you Michele,

You might not realize it yet, but you’ve just registered with the world’s most effective platform for flipping online ads for profit. BannerBit is the ultimate way for everyday people to build an online advertising empire.

With BannerBit, you can browse the marketplace for hundreds of available placements that cover some of the world’s biggest consumer brands like:

My name is Nick Flowers and I will show you ways to profit on our platform and provide you with all the information regarding our different benefits for new customers.

These benefits include bonuses, personal strategy training, insured trades and more.

you’re just a few clicks away from starting to earn some serious money by flipping ads,even If you don’t know anything about online advertising.

We built and designed a new platform for people, just like you, who have zero knowledge and zero experience in online advertising.

The faster you act and the more you deposit, the better your chances of becoming a high net

worth online marketer.

No effort is required on your part, the system is easy-to- use and easy-to-


Becoming wealthy has never been this easy, The sky really is the limit when you’re flipping ads with BannerBit.

Start browsing the marketplace today to see if you can spot any good buying opportunities.

Best of luck.

Nick Flowers

Senior Account Manager

+1 917 341 2177



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  • Posted: Feb 8 at 4:33 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Lewes, Delaware, United States

    I worked there!!!

    Israeli manger that are teaching how to scam people for money heartless sales people and mangers who thinks it’s ok to scam people with their stupid scam system

    The manger named Daniel Tal and they work in Hyde park johansburg and I also know they have a branch in Israel with his brother. They all was working in binary options scam before

    They taking money from people and promise them that they invest in
    A good product/ banner investment but they just scamming clients

    We’re is justice ? We’re is the Goverment ?? All this money going
    Out from old and sock people to those Mafia scammers


  • Posted: Feb 8 at 1:07 PM by an anonymous user from or near: Irvine, California, United States

    I got the same email and phone #, but my guys name is Mark Lincoln at mark.l@bannerbit.com - it happened cuz I was researching another scam called Quantum Code, and it led to this Banner Bit site popping up... They are all scams! Do not invest! I have not invested either..,


  • Posted: Jan 23, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Atlanta, Georgia, United States

    I unfortunately invested $250 dollars supposed in Bitcoin. I have no idea how to access a Bitcoin Wallet from here, if I even have one. They kept calling, someone named Amy from a 202 area code number, trying to sell me ads,but I have no business. Assume I have no bitcoin, Have no Bitcoin Wallet. I didn't think I was that stupid. Will report it & try to get $$ back. Any suggestions?


    • Posted: Jan 24, 2018 by info

      If you have used your credit card, contact your bank and have cancel the fraudulent transaction and refund your money.


  • Posted: Jan 23, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Liberty, Missouri, United States

    Unfortunately, I put several thousand into this program as I was looking for a home business to make additional income. As soon as I put my money in they came back a few days later saying if I put more funds in, this will put me in a better Ad position to get far more clicks.

    They're not talking about putting in a few hundred dollars but several thousand. When I balked at putting more in the customer service rep. NATASHA, was all over me about not trusting her and tried to guilt me into adding to my loses.

    I have noticed in the past few days there's issues with the number of clicks that are being shown in my back office on the website. To me, that's a clear sign something is about to happen, like shutting down the site. I might be wrong but my gut tells me otherwise!
    I believe that this is a PONZI SCHEME! STAY AWAY!



  • Posted: Jan 17, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Azusa, California, United States

    OOOOOHHH yeah. I have thought of myself as an above average intellectual. WRONG. I too invested $250.00 in Banner Bit. I won't go through all the conversations, with the supposedly Russian lady, Alex Blake, who I dealt with. She tried hard to get $5000 out of me, which, thankfully, I didn't have. So, 5 weeks later, my dashboard shows I made $729.00 on the $250. NOW try and collect. They will send countless e mails, that they are processing the refund, BLAH BLAH BLAH, and gee wiz, no money. It's a scam folks. Be careful. Have a nice day...


    • Posted: Jan 17, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Havre de Grace, Maryland, United States

      I told them I was gonna call the FBI and cyber security officials and they gave all my 750.00 back within 3 days.


  • Posted: Jan 14, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Ft. Washington, Maryland, United States

    Good evening,

    I really appreciate your comments about the BannerBit Website.

    I was (and still am) a victim of their mischievous and scamful ways. I thought they were legit and should have done my homework before I gave them over $5,000. I also wish that I would have read this email before I started anything with them.

    To make a long story short, I am continuing to call and email them and try to receive my entire money back, but no success. I cannot get in contact with anyone at all! According to my account on their website, my last banner expires on 1/17/18!

    I've copy/pasted as much information that they have about me (i.e.- transactions, profile, banner, and dashboard info) on their website so I can pursue what ever I can - to possibly receive at least some of my money back.

    I guess I was being too naive and gullible about what they were trying to offer me.



    • Posted: Jan 15, 2018 by an anonymous user from or near: Toms River, New Jersey, United States

      I got ripped off also.


  • Posted: Jan 12, 2018 by info

    Received via email:

    "FYI for this scam. They called me after this email and it sounded like 20 foreigners on phones hustling people. I gave no money thank goodness, but they have my addresses and info.



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