40BTC dot com and Other Such Scams 5-9-2022 Update Around The Net

Hello everyone and how is it going today? I hope you all are doing ok. I’m not feeling that great today but better then yesterday as I got sick. But it’s not covid as I tested myself yesterday with a home kit and it was negative and will test myself again in a couple days if I don’t start getting better. But I’m pretty sure it’s either a cold or the flu as I already had covid once which was in no way fun, but I don’t have the symptoms that I had with covid except sneezing and stuff nose. I also get allergies and it is spring time here but still pretty chilling at times too.

Anyways, I’m here to finally blog about the most interesting scam ever, well not really but one of the most one out there recent and more or less it just best to stay away from these type of scams as there is NOTHING legit about them. Since I started blogging about making money online programs most program are designed for actual businesses in mind. Meaning that most programs can be legitimate bsuinesses. But this scam and other like it around the net are always going to be a scam in that they provide you with the lie that a statement such as or similar it tells the visitor to the website to “enter bitcoin address to receive a large amount of bitcoin claiming something along the lines that they have figure out a hack that injects exploits the bitcoin pools or the blockchain. Once you submit your wallet address is uses code like JavaScript to fake you into thinking they are exploiting something. Thene once done asks you for a fee to cover the mining fees for BTC that it had said to generate for ya. How is that possible when you can just take the mining fee out of the crypto that was supposed to be generated if this program and other that are like are legit. I call Bullshit and not need for me to test this. Now the site called 40btc DOT com and I’m not going to provide you with the link as don’t want to give it traffic. Visit at your own risk if your do, but I would advise you not too. Now the domain information is hidden by privacy so if you did get scammed it can be hard to recover you lose see Domaintool info here: https://whois.domaintools.com/40btc.com though legit business also privacy nowadays or limit the amount info available due to spammers harvesting the same info. TrustPilot has these reviews thus far: https://www.trustpilot.com/review/40btc.com?languages=all and I had commented on the video located here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PDtWQSThsx8 and provide a short version of the information I provided in this blog post. The video might not be there much longer but is available at the date/time of this post because I reported the video to YouTube for scam/fraud. Now here more article about on yahoo about similar scams with the same scammer profile from back in 2018: https://www.yahoo.com/now/bitcoin-generator-exploit-scam-clears-174838262.html So if you happen to run across any site like this my best suggest is to stay away.

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