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Top Scam: What Does It Take to Promise and Deceive?

As you may already know, PureFi will conduct an IDO on both BSCPAD and Paid launchpads simultaneously. The IDO is dated to happen on the 27th of July, 2021.

Due to the lack of experience with IDO specifically, PureFi wasn’t aware of so many potential scams one could attract in the early stages. Here are some of the examples of scams that have been threatening PureFi’s reputation:

One of these scams has been an obvious outstanding “winner” in terms of fake concept development, and magical things promised to the users. This particular scam project promised to make one’s crypto-asset clear from dirty money (crypto spring cleaning project?) for an estimated fee.

PureFi, together with disBalancer, joins forces to shut down the scammer’s website.

We want to aware our users about scammers and:

Check your domains carefully (!)
None of the credible projects asks for users’ money publicly
All the services provided are related to KYC and AML

Stay safe, compliant and decentralized – that’s what we wish to all honest DeFi market players.

 

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