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Polinur – Scam Review Part 3

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The Polinur Ponzi scam has failed when withdrawals were disabled on August 19th.

Rather than simply admitting that they have stolen cash, Polinur is informing affiliates that the firm “was detained in China.”Polinur debuted a few months ago, promising daily profits of up to 2.4%. The Ponzi scheme is said to have been conducted by Russians, which makes their exit-scam just that more funnier.

Polinur was reviewed by BehindMLM on July 8th. In our assessment, we mentioned Polinur’s “partner of the week,” Manny Delgado.

Delgado, who lives in Florida, promotes many Ponzi schemes on his YouTube channel “The Real Manny D.”

Delgado recruits victims for his frauds using the website “Crypto Surplus.”

Delgado had attracted 87 investors into Polinur in July, with a total investment of $33,113.

As of August, it was unknown how many victims Delgado recruited into Polinur. What we do know is that he paid in $10,145 and took out $42,686.

On August 21st, Delgado contacted Polinur support to inquire about why he was no longer able to steal money.

Delgado outlines Polinur’s exit-scam in letters posted in an August 22nd video titled “Polinur Is Done – Arrested In China?”

Nobody was detained in China, and Polinur’s accounts were not frozen.

Delgado believes he would not participate in any further Ponzi schemes in the aftermath of Polinur’s demise. Instead, he intends to establish his own.

Not because he is concerned about his audience’ financial well-being. Rather, Delgado claims to be working on his own “project.”

I’m not going to join any more platforms. Personally, I have a project that will be out soon.

I’m about to launch a trading platform. Let’s put it this way. And it will be available by the end of the month.

It’s a site where you may make 2% every day. Real trade is taking place.

For months, we’ve been working on this… and I am the company’s CEO. We already have an active corporation that is operating lawfully in the state of Florida.

Trading is the most popular Ponzi scheme ploy utilized by scammers, generally using AI or a bot.

Polinur and Delgado are not registered with the SEC. Delgado claims he would continue to promote the Ponzi scams NovaTech FX and The Future Trade, both of which are not registered with the SEC.

While supporting Ponzi schemes is securities fraud, Delgado’s criminal behavior would be exacerbated if he ran his own investment frauds.

SimilarWeb records the leading sources of traffic to Polinur’s website as Russia (21%), Vietnam (12%), and Ukraine (8%).

The total number of Polinur victims and the amount of money lost by the majority of investors are unclear.

Updated on August 24, 2022 – Manny Delgado’s vow to stop participating in future Ponzi schemes lasted less than 24 hours.

Delgado is now pushing Meme Club, as shown in the screenshot above. Meme Club is just another Boris CEO Ponzi scheme sponsored by Russian con artists.

5th September 2022 – Update Manny Delgado’s “The Real Manny D” website continues to promote Ponzi schemes.

He has, however, erased all of his Polinur promotional films, including the one featured in this post about the “china arrest.”

I initially provided a link to the video, but it has already been deleted.

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