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    Reading everything in this group is well worth your time. Unless your a complete idiot or a ponzi pimp without a soul = you know USI-Tech's days are numbered.

    You DONT have to join the group to read.(join to post)

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/736037403251550/
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    Just in case not everyone here knows about this group. ..
    https://m.facebook.com/groups/736037...group_activity

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    https://m.facebook.com/groups/736037...group_activity

    128 responses in just 4 hours. See a bunch of the Real Scam krewe doing work over there.
    "the owner seems really confident and even promises this one won't be going anywhere"

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    After the big video interview of Horst from Brazil no less, hmm the US does not have an estradition treaty with Brazil but I am sure this is just a coincidence, with John, Dave Marshall ate their lunch with his post in the group link referenced by okosh and Fat.City.LA. In essence he explained they were lying through their teeth Here's what Dave said, and I quote with his permission:

    "Fact check a PONZI CEO. - Ethereum Mining

    Horst and Ponzi Pimp John Smith today made some statements about USI Tech's Ethereum mining that are simply not true. I apologise for the long post, but it blows my mind how many people invested in USI tech have absolutely no understanding of the blockchain, mining and how cryptocurrency works at a basic level.

    1. Horst asked their mining supplier to change wallets because the 1st wallet wasn't secure "enough" .

    All wallets work on a public/private key system. One wallet is not more secure than the other. They are all the same. The only issue comes if your private key becomes compromised. In that case, your wallet is unsecured. There are no "levels" of security here. Whilst it is possible that Horst thought their private key was no longer secured, if that in fact did happen on an account with millions of USD in ETH in it, no doubt the person now in possession of the private key would immediately start moving funds out to their own accounts.

    If you dont understand, I highly recommend the "computerphile" explanation of Public/Private key encryption. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GSIDS_lvRv4

    2. Horst claims that he didn't realise that moving wallet addresses also removed the "transparency" and that it will take time to set this back up.

    The "transparency" that Horst talks about is the simple process of asking an Ethereum tracker website(ie. Etherscan or Etherchain) to assign a label to a wallet address. They do this by asking the wallet owner to "sign" a message with their ethereum keys. This is an extremely simple process and DOES NOT take weeks to achieve. You can see examples of signed messages coming through at: https://etherscan.io/verifiedSignatures

    It's important to note that the last Wallet usi claimed was theirs was only signed on Etherchain and NOT Etherscan.

    I think it also relevant to point out that ANYONE in possession of the private key could digitally sign a message that said ANYTHING using that key. Regardless if a tracker website was going to label it, USI could use that process to prove they own any wallet at any time. You can create signed messages any time you like:
    https://www.myetherwallet.com/signmsg.html

    Notwithstanding ANY of this, USI and Horst could release the Wallet address of their "NEW" Ethereum mining at ANY TIME, regardless of if it is labelled on a tracker or not. We would have to take their word for it that it is theirs (and if its not, it would be pretty easy to identify the real owner with a quick post on reddit as large miners don't usually hide).

    3. John Smith claims that someone "smarter than him" has tracked the transactions out of the old wallet and proved that USI tech is still mining and holds large sums of ETH (and other cryptos).

    I have been debunking this one for DAYS. So for the last time, I'll do it again.

    People are looking at the ETH blockchain and not understanding what they are seeing.

    The USI Tech signed address is: 625a083Bee9E6F0FD756e79880b26B955826702c https://www.etherchain.org/…/625a083...880b26B…

    This address has a current balance of 0 and has no mining activity for the last 6-7 days. It originally mined a large amount of ETH and held it in the same wallet that mined it. This ETH sat in this wallet for months.

    15 Days ago ETH started being transferred to a different ETH wallet: 0x24BcC9d34d3b5F5ad2d8Aa944dB4aa7FFeB8b20F https://www.etherchain.org/…/24bcc9d...44db4aa…

    This wallet is BRAND NEW. (1st appeared on the chain 8th January 2018). This Wallet has done NO MINING and only held funds transferred to it for a very short period of time. Funds entering this wallet were immediately transferred to this wallet: 0x876EabF441B2EE5B5b0554Fd502a8E0600950cFa

    https://www.etherchain.org/…/876eabf...d502a8e…

    This wallet at all times contains LARGE amounts of ETH (and other, compatable, alt coins) and, at time of writing, has been responsible for almost 440,000 individual transactions but has not been involved in ANY mining.

    Anyone with half a clue looking at this stuff can see such a large account, with so many transactions, is clearly a wallet owned by an exchange. A quick look at the same wallet address on etherscan reveals that the wallet is in fact signed, and verified to Bitfinex.

    https://etherscan.io/…/0x876EabF441B...a8E0600…

    From here, you CANNOT track the ETH any further. At this point the ETH is now in the possession of the exchange and the exchange will have provided some other currency in EXCHANGE (the word is in the NAME) for the ETH provided. In this case, it was likely BTC and/or Fiat currency - but it could've been exchanged for anything.

    There is absolutely ZERO point in clicking on any transactions in or out of this wallet from this point as they could be going anywhere. Bitfinex will use this wallet to service their customers. Given that Bitfinex is the largest single BTC exchange in the world (dealing with 10% of all exchanges), that ETH could literally be going anywhere. Stop believing everything these scam artists say. It's just not true."


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fat City, LA View Post
    https://m.facebook.com/groups/736037...group_activity

    128 responses in just 4 hours. See a bunch of the Real Scam krewe doing work over there.
    The lady who started that post is in the process of speaking with her team and their teams so they can report USI and the appropriate promoters to the authorities. Have to say that it's a great group with plenty of people waking up to the truth and more importantly reporting it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daveyw View Post
    The lady who started that post is in the process of speaking with her team and their teams so they can report USI and the appropriate promoters to the authorities. Have to say that it's a great group with plenty of people waking up to the truth and more importantly reporting it.
    I didn't read everything there, but I did not see where she committed to reporting now. She was waffling in the hopes that her and her "team" could recoup some of their losses, either not grasping or ignoring the fact that in order for that to happen more people need to lose money.

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    I guess what I'm trying to say is: How will the average person, who isn't particularly techy, do their due dilligence and research these scams that have come, and are sure to come soon? I'm not an idiot. I searched and searched the best way I knew how to find information on USI Tech. I still fell for their scam because I found very little negative information on them and a metric TON of positive information. I was very skeptical because their claims seemed to good to be true, but at the same time, I couldn't find anything really refuting USI Tech, so I fell in.


    Could someone please explain that it is the act of MLMing that is the scam and simplify it for him? The company or product is only a lure or cover to commit the act.

    His post is exactly why I keep harping on this message. Sorry.

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    Re: USI-tech claims its' sale of unregistered securities in US "legal"

    Ya know, one of the problems with real money, cash, is that unless you're a drug dealer, its kind of a problem. If you found a million in unmarked 20s in the woods one day, it wouldn't be much use to you beyond slowly paying out your daily expenses, gas, lunch, cigarettes, ..hookers and blow,,,whatever your particular tastes are. You can't go pay off your mortgage, people (And the IRS) would ask inconvenient questions. You can't even go get a nice car, same problems.

    For this reason, and some others, the classic kidnapping scenario hasn't been a viable crime for about 100 years. They mark the bills and besides, you can hardly go put it in the bank.

    Now, BTC, which is mostly good for speculators, large volume drug dealers and ponzi schemes is another thing altogether. One day, and I'm serious here, one day, one of these big time ponzi pimps or admins or someone who brags one time too many on Facebook how much HE made in the scam that cost someone their home or their marriage or life savings is going to go missing. IT would only take a few minutes if well planned. Grab the guy coming out of a restaurant, throw him in the back of a van with a burlap sack over his head and a gun in his back, drive him around a corner and then slap a laptop in front of him.

    "Transfer $2 million in BTC to this account in the net 30 seconds, or your family will never find your body"

    That's a feasible crime, one that doesn't require a lot of infrastructure, hell, you wouldn't even need a passport. You don't even need a gun. Hell, this is a violent crime that would work in England, you just need a friend with a boat, a body dropped in the North Sea or the English Channel is not something that you'd have to worry about. Even if it washes up onshore, there won't be a lot of evidence left. You could go home and catch the second half of the movie you were watching. And if it hasn't already happened (would we know?), it will. And this is just supposing they do help the guy assume room temperature. IT might be more effective if they let the guy go, (which could replace Dengue Fever anyhow)

    Yeah, it would require a little bit of planning, more than a lunch date, less than a bowling league banquet. And after it happens just once to someone well known in the "industry", it might just take a few of the big promoters out of it.

    There, I hope I've given Ken Russo, Simon Stepsys and that lot something to think about....for the rest of their lives. Here's too looking over your shoulder every time you get out of the car!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Char View Post
    John Harvey
    I guess what I'm trying to say is: How will the average person, who isn't particularly techy, do their due dilligence and research these scams that have come, and are sure to come soon? I'm not an idiot. I searched and searched the best way I knew how to find information on USI Tech. I still fell for their scam because I found very little negative information on them and a metric TON of positive information. I was very skeptical because their claims seemed to good to be true, but at the same time, I couldn't find anything really refuting USI Tech, so I fell in.


    Could someone please explain that it is the act of MLMing that is the scam and simplify it for him? The company or product is only a lure or cover to commit the act.

    His post is exactly why I keep harping on this message. Sorry.
    Like it or not, MLMs are not illegal... at least here in the U.S.

    People that get sucked in to these things are looking for reasons to believe. Summarily dismissing every MLM as a scam when the model isn't illegal will not deter many of them. If you can't give them specific reasons that their specific scam is a scam, you'll lose them. Just saying "Oh, it's an MLM so it's a scam" doesn't cut it.

    Traffic Monsoon was not an MLM. Did that mean it wasn't a scam?

    IMO, no matter what we say, most are going to believe what they want to believe, but those truly on the fence are more likely to be swayed by detailed info tailored to what they are specifically looking at rather than just sweeping statements about a specific model that has not been declared illegal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by surfer View Post
    I didn't read everything there, but I did not see where she committed to reporting now. She was waffling in the hopes that her and her "team" could recoup some of their losses, either not grasping or ignoring the fact that in order for that to happen more people need to lose money.
    In the process she said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EagleOne View Post
    [B][COLOR="#0000FF"]After the big video interview of Horst from Brazil no less, hmm the US does not have an estradition treaty with Brazil but I am sure this is just a coincidence, with John, Dave Marshall ate their lunch with his post in the group link referenced by okosh and Fat.City.LA.
    The US does have an extradition treaty with Brazil and has for decades. It's a popular myth that Brazil won't extradite to the US or other countries, they will and it's for a rather long list of crimes. What Brazil won't do is extradite a Brazilian national anywhere. Other nationalities are fair game, Brazil just takes their time about it.

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    That moment that comes when the lies you've been told become so outrageous, you just HAVE to speak out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Harvey
    How will the average person, who isn't particularly techy, do their due dilligence and research these scams that have come, and are sure to come soon?
    C'mon now, 1% a DAY for 140 days ???

    How hard is that to research ???
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    No withdraws for Australia for 8 weeks. Only NEW $ brought in from the rubes.
    From the excellent USI-Tech Scam page.

    https://www.facebook.com/18293965970...type=3&theater

    Also
    Oz with an update on Horst Jicha aka HORSE SHITcha latest bullshit from a hideout in Brazil.

    USI-Tech fails to respond to Texas cease & desist, vows to reopen US
    "the owner seems really confident and even promises this one won't be going anywhere"

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    And here for your entertainment, ( well, not so entertaining if you're a US or Canadian USI-Tech member waiting to be paid) is episode 11 of the excellent PONZI SHOW.

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    Maybe it's just me, but this particular USI-Tech member doesn't seem very happy to me.

    Apparently after he rang the Texas Securities Board he got a whole lot unhappier, as well.


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    For those that are in the USI - Now What ? Group. Can you let them know that my "dummy account" (excuse the pun haha) has been blocked by fb. So I can't contact any of you like I have been.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Harvey

    I guess what I'm trying to say is: How will the average person, who isn't particularly techy, do their due dilligence and research these scams that have come, and are sure to come soon? I'm not an idiot. I searched and searched the best way I knew how to find information on USI Tech. I still fell for their scam because I found very little negative information on them and a metric TON of positive information. I was very skeptical because their claims seemed to good to be true, but at the same time, I couldn't find anything really refuting USI Tech, so I fell in.
    Very little "negative" information was all you needed to know. Circa July 19, 2017 USI-Tech Scam? Yes It Is In My Opinion! - Ethan Vanderbuilt & Jul.23, 2017 USI-Tech Review 2.0: Forex auto-trading dropped for bitcoin Ponzi .
    If you read those reviews and still chose to invest you shouldn't be handling your own money.

    As for a "metric ton of positive information", simply not so. What you found was a ton of people all hoping to recruit you saying the same thing. At best that counts for 1, since a Ponzi scam demands multiple participants this more accurately should have been viewed as -1. Also where you found information was problematic, Youtube and Facebook are venues for fraud. The SEC and state securities regulators weren't saying anything since USI and its "affiliates" weren't and still aren't properly registered. 1% a day is a security, even if you call it ham on rye.

    Ultimately it is up to the company not to "refute" information but to provide things in the affirmative. Had USI Tech properly registered with the SEC and utilized licensed brokers while soliciting it less questions would have remained. In part because the registration would have required independently audited financials. Of course if you can't or won't read those you're better off not taking the plunge. Last, when you are sending money anonymously over the web what the hell do you think will happen? This is hardly comparable to having a major bank holding the funds now is it?

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    Could someone please explain that it is the act of MLMing that is the scam and simplify it for him? The company or product is only a lure or cover to commit the act.

    His post is exactly why I keep harping on this message. Sorry.
    When this many people are recruiting for something the "product" is little more than a https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MacGuffin . It is much more cost effective for a company to market directly via a sales force unless the affiliates are themselves the target.

    In the case of USI Tech, let's say they raised $300M thought 700,000 affiliates. That is so inefficient in the real world the only conclusion one could draw is they were running a scam. USI if they could prove returns of up to1% per day would have easily raised that amount of capital through a handful of well connected brokers and probably even a single investor. The commissions they paid would have been far less and their reporting requirements much more streamlined.

    Sadly people continue to believe math doesn't apply.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ribshaw View Post
    even if you call it ham on rye.
    now I'm hungry
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whip View Post
    now I'm hungry
    If you hadn't used your last piece of ham for these shenanigans your belly would be full.

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    John Harvey, to answer your question all you had to do was check with the Securities Regulators in each country if USI-TECH was licensed and registered with them as required by law. In the US, the SEC; in the UK, the FSA, the same holds true for any country in which USI-TECH is doing business. You would have discovered that they weren't and that is all you really needed to know to not join. Not only do they need to be registered and licensed with the SEC in the US, but in every state in the US they are doing business with the states securities commissioner, thus why Texas issued their Cease and Desist Order.

    And by the way, they still are not registered or licensed in any country where they do business.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregg View Post
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    Re: USI-tech claims its' sale of unregistered securities in US "legal"

    Quote Originally Posted by surfer View Post
    Like it or not, MLMs are not illegal... at least here in the U.S.
    Just because it's legal, doesn't make it right. (Not saying surfer meant it was)

    Texting while driving isn't illegal in all states. I still think we should spread the message that it's dangerous to text and drive and strive to change the law. Same goes for MLMing.

    Quote Originally Posted by ribshaw View Post

    Sadly people continue to believe math doesn't apply.
    Probably because MLMing is legal. Go figure.

    Hope we got some new readers today. :)

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    Don't get excited, people, you're not going to learn anything new about where your money has disappeared to.





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    Re: USI-tech claims its' sale of unregistered securities in US "legal"

    It's hard to believe any legitimate law firm would want to publicly associate themselves with such a blatantly fraudulent scheme as Hart, David, Carson LLP is doing with USI-Tech, but, here ya go, they most certainly have done:



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