To Be Scammed or Not To Be Scammed

By ArmFarm | Tried -True - Tested | 15 Mar 2022

Scammed or not to be scammed - that is the question. 

During my Crypto activities, over the last few days, i have noticed a number of advertisements for new ways to earn Crypto. Apparently, there are many more scams than legitimate offers. Again, one of the most obvious baits is Greed. 

I am not going to go into a whole lot of detail. I just wanted to bring this ugly monster into the spotlight of everyone's attention, in the hopes that the number of victims from these scams might be a minimum.

The 2 most obvious scam signs i have noticed are 100% referral rewards and 25% daily returns. If you think about it, it is simply not possible for a business to give away all the profit from a new recruit. Also, if someone has figured a way to make a return of 25% daily - what motivation would drive them to give that type of return to someone else instead of putting it into their own pockets.

Remember - if it sounds too good to be true, then it probably isn't true.

Food for thought and a word to the wise. Stay safe and avoid scams~!~

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