crypto news \& investigative reports: David It’s Time… What’s Got Arb promoters spooked? Did The Boy Blunder’s Call To The Texas SEC have unintended consequences? Will Arbitraging.co exit scam in the wake of potential SEC enforcement? Their barely functional nonprofitable trading mbot is a complete sham?
Take a look at this Arbitraging Mbot Review. Watch this user realize he just threw away $500 in real time testing the mbot: .his attempt to get MBot to go starts at 3:00 into video https://youtu.be/Cv32tYr51Kw
Bitconnect Is Back!?
Did You Forget ARB Is Bitconnect Scam With A New Name? XRPC Rebranded To Arbitraging, Proof signed By XRPC/Arbitraging CEO David Peterson Himself: https://steemit.com/xrpc/@okane81/xrpconnect-by-the-bitconnect-early-investor
The Stage Presenter At World Crypto Con Vegas Knew ARB Was Bitconnect!: https://youtu.be/LQtaW2OvyUw
ARB’s Connections To MLM Scammers Continue To Mount: Here’s one for Gold Crowdfunding https://behindmlm.com/mlm-reviews/gold-crowdfunding-review-onex-gang-get-into-cash-gifting/
Arbitraging Poses A Serious And Credible Threat To Public Investor Safety And Is By Definition Promoting Illegal Securities By A CEO That “Lives In Texas” Go Figure
Any U.S. resident who is a victim of an Internet based PONZI scheme, such as a non-existent arbitraging scheme, can anonymously report the scam to the SEC.
Any U.S. resident who is encouraged to participate in a Internet based PONZI scheme, for example by being given guidance on how to use a VPN to circumvent SEC prohibitions on websites in order to place funds into a non-existent arbitraging scheme, can anonymously report the individual offering the guidance to the SEC.