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BLQ Football – Scam Review Part 2

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The Ugandan Lotteries and Gaming Board has issued a scam alert for BLQ Football.

As per the Lotteries and Gaming Board’s public notification of October 11;

The National Lotteries and Gaming Regulatory Board have been aware of a business using the name BLQ FOOTBALL Uganda on social media sites such as Facebook.

BLQ has been illegally operating betting operations without a license from the National Lotteries and Gaming Regulatory Board for such operations.

In other countries, this is analogous to a securities fraud warning.

The public is cautioned against interacting with unlicensed or illegal gambling operators who target and deceive naïve individuals.

On September 11th, BehindMLM analyzed BLQ Football and confirmed that it is a “click a button” Ponzi scheme.

Late in 2021, this form of app-based Ponzi fraud surfaced in Southeast Asia. Countries of the third world, where mobile usage often dominates Internet access, have been impacted particularly hard.

I am aware that BLQ Football has begun an “exit tax” fraud. I will handle this shortly.

Update, October 13, 2022: BLQ Football has taken down its webpages.

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