While the price of Bitcoin may be slumping, con artists are still rallying around the concept of massive riches at the click of a mouse. Such is the case with the fraudulent Bitcoin Revolution SCAM software. The Bitcoin Revolution software, app, and fake automated signals systems was created by a European-based affiliate network which cooperates with rogue offshore brokers in what is commonly referred to as a profit or revenue share scheme. What does that mean? Well, basically it means that much similar to a travel agent who received commissions for referring paying customers, so do these crafty affiliate marketers. In essence, what we have here is a conspiracy designed to defraud and victimize innocent day traders and this scam is definitely getting viral.
Much similar to the Calloway Software scam, Bitcoin Revolution is also using the same concepts of hyped up and exaggerated claims of easy money, fake testimonials, and inflated bank accounts. The objective of all of these aggressive, misleading, and deceptive advertising practices is to get the victim signed up and depositing with a fake offshore broker. Unfortunately this trend is not going to end or abate any time soon, but there are other various scams which are advertised as legitimate mining pools or ICOs, and they all end up being Ponzi Schemes, HYIP’s, or get-rich-quick schemes similar to Bitcoin Revolution.
Serial Scammers Are Lazy and Plagiarize Websites
The Bitcoin Revolution scam is a clone and replica of the viral and well-known Bitcoin Trader SCAM which has been copied and used in various forms such as Bitcoin Formula, and Bitcoin Secret. Alas, the end of this story is known to all and the crooks operating behind the scenes and orchestrating this elaborate scam are known scam artists with a particular knack for thievery and deceptive online schemes. It is for that reason the entire online trading and cryptocurrency industry has blacklisted the Bitcoin Revolution software, and this should come as no surprise.