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Thread: Vista Network - the next fake crypto to steal your money

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    Vista Network - the next fake crypto to steal your money

    Following the collapse of USI-Tech, there's now a rush to fill the void left by it's closure in the US and Canada.

    ENTER: Vista Network.

    Complete with all the smoke and mirrors you'd expect from a hastily put together fraudulent scheme disguised as cryptocurrency


    THE HYPE:



    THE REALITY:





    If the fraudsters behind Vista Network cant even get the start right, you can guarantee the end will come sooner, rather than later

    Desperadoes only, I'm afraid
    The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing

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    Re: Vista Network - the next fake crypto to steal your money

    Think we're just "haterz" who don't understand the product ????

    HERE is someone who DOES know what he's talking about.


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    Re: Vista Network - the next fake crypto to steal your money

    It's impossible to work out if this guy is just a desperado, a true believer or if he's a ponzi pimp desperate to ensure Vista Network gets off the ground before the authorities clamp down.



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    Re: Vista Network - the next fake crypto to steal your money

    Goddie Ude began pitching this scam on the 15th of Jan.....Means email from Ken Russo is due any day now!!!...

    BRAND NEW! OPEN TO USA AND MANY OTHER COUNTRIES!





    Hello xxxxxxxxxxx

    You can never go wrong with this!

    It is product based and the most legitimate way to mine your own cryptocurrencies without knowing anything about the computer.

    Note: You will actually be doing the mining, but with a micro-chip cellphone-size hardware that is patent-pending.

    This is a one-stop station for everyone that desires to build solid cryptocurrency wealth legitimately and legally. You will be able to control your business and activities and have your cryptos secured.

    You can check it out here: GET STARTED


    This is open to so many countries of the world. It has both a mining and business opportunity sides.

    This brand new company offers you the template to create your own wealth and maximize the Crypto opportunities in a big way.

    You can learn more by STaRTING Here


    The door opens this Monday, but you can have the first-mover advantage today.

    NOTE: This is currently FReeeeee to check out now!

    Nothing to pay or spend at this time. Just CHECK IT OUT!


    Take out time to study this opportunity and see if it fits your business plans.

    You will get more info on this if you need to. Just respond to this email.

    Have a wonderfully blessed day!


    See you at the top!

    Jean B., Dr. Goddie & Global TopTeam​​​​​​​
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    Re: Vista Network - the next fake crypto to steal your money

    Still waiting for your "mini miner" ????

    Maybe there's an audit being undertaken.



    I'm wondering what the odds are of a) the mini miners ever being delivered b) Vista surviving long enough TO deliver c) The mini miner being anything but a Chinese knock off of the Raspberry Pi
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    Re: Vista Network - the next fake crypto to steal your money

    Here it comes.

    The old ponzi "bait and switch" in operation.

    "Buy a mini miner at vastly inflated rates and send your mined Bitcoins INTO A POOL where we can doctor things to make it seem like you are being paid for your own effort"

    Once again, people are being asked to give up control to some unknown bunch of criminals while guaranteeing the Howey test applies by contributing to a pool.



    This is looking very much like a scam that will be lucky to survive more than a couple of months at most
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    Re: Vista Network - the next fake crypto to steal your money

    When the promise of fast, easy money disappears and reality strikes.

    The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing

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    Re: Vista Network - the next fake crypto to steal your money

    Quote Originally Posted by littleroundman View Post
    When the promise of fast, easy money disappears and reality strikes.

    With the emphasis here being on recruiting and not the product plus the selling of unregistered securities via the mining pool makes this one an accident waiting to happen...

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    I've seen that name before...can't put my finger on it right now...
    I don't think hes a first timer at being a pitchman for a dodgy coin...

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    Re: Vista Network - the next fake crypto to steal your money

    Take a legit concept already in widespread use like a mining pool and then put a big ponzi twist on it. Unlike conventional pools, you don't pay to join them, you pay a small percentage like 1% from actual mining proceeds. Screwing it up to ponzify the concept, you make people pay to join the pool, buy supposed equipment in a so-called "mini miner" that can only be used in one pool(the ponzi's), and recruit others to do the same. What can go wrong?

    Well, does the equipment even exist? Any mining rig that costs 1000 won't mine much of anything, even the alt-coins. A Bitcoin or other ASIC miners are triple that cost and the ROI takes months to a year, even assuming the price of what your mining stays the same. Here's the kicker: even if your barely mining crap, if the price of the coin is skyrocketing higher, yeah you might see gains, but that assumes that these mini miners really exist, that the pool really exists, the company is trustworthy, etc. Uh, NO.

    The way Cameron Sar explains "computer networking" is laughably stupid and he says "how it was explained to me." So you have the scammer explaining to the dumbass some terms the scammer his or her self doesn't understand, leaving a jumbled mess to try and confuse people into thinking this is somehow legit. The MLM aspect adds even further taint to the mess and it becomes an obvious scam which the admins have managed to not only run afoul of security regulations by making the pool aspect a security, but also running into FTC regulations because there's nothing that exists except in vapor so no product/service and simply pay for recruiting. Mining pool? Yeah right. Actual mini mining machines? Me no see me no believe. 50% monthly return? Are u insane?

    There are better ways to create a ponzi than this disaster that screws up on more than just front. This takes a "50% Return a Month" hyip and attempts to make it sound fancy and innovative in hopes of confusing enough suckers to fall for the BS.

    NUK

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    Re: Vista Network - the next fake crypto to steal your money

    After reading Vista's spew on their site, seems as though the mining pool is open to anyone to join, but if you buy into this "opportunity" with a now priced $1495 "mini miner," you can only use Vista's pool, which doesn't exist on any pool list for Bitcoin or any alt-coin I've ever seen. They seem to be claiming to sell Bitmain's not-yet-made modified S9 that will retail for $1000 whenever Bitmain starts selling it. They are taking pre-orders/money and most feel it's simply going to be a used S7 and people are avoiding it. Bitmain is very sketchy and about to have serious competition in the market that they've avoided until now. So, no alleged mini miners for a few months if Vista is actually going to legitimately buy machines, but like Bitmain, money accepted now! Can't wait for the Vista excuses of "we haven't got the miners yet, blame Bitmain!"

    Big red flag is an alleged datacenter being built in California and another in Michigan to house these mini miners. Biggest downfall to mining Bitcoin is enormous power bills which is why mining facilities are in cheap electrical cost places like China and Iceland. Costs in the USA kill any profitability with ASIC mining of Bitcoin.

    Of course, there aren't going to really be any mini miners purchased or datacenters in the USA built in any event, so all the above doesn't really matter, lol. Vista will slap together a front-end that makes it appear like something is happening when there is no mining or anything else going on besides ponzi with a MLM bonus!

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    Re: Vista Network - the next fake crypto to steal your money

    Report to facebook- cryptos are banned and give a 1 star review.



    The page.
    https://www.facebook.com/pg/TechCoin...=page_internal

    Hit most recent to see latest love letters to USI.
    "the owner seems really confident and even promises this one won't be going anywhere"

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    Re: Vista Network - the next fake crypto to steal your money

    Think we're too harsh on ponzi pimps ????

    Think we're going to far when we make fun of them ???

    Think again:




    I can guarantee no matter how many times you read "The Secret"

    How many times you focus your mind on the positive and eliminate the negative

    You are NEVER, EVER, EVER going to manifest a million dollar note appearing in your wallet, behind your ear or any other bloody place.

    ESPECIALLY
    not if you hope to do it by investing in low level ponzi schemes.

    Ain't gonna happen
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