Kenyan billionaire businessman and investor, Chris Kirubi, has warned the public to stay away from a website that has been using his name to solicit investments in a scheme dubbed ‘Bitcoin Profit.’
On his Twitter handle, Kirubi said that he is ‘in no way associated with this organisation and the information provided is misleading and deceptive.’
It has come to my attention that a website has been using my name to solicit investments in a scheme dubbed, 'Bitcoin Profit'. I would like to inform the public that I am in no way associated with this organisation and the information provided is misleading and deceptive. pic.twitter.com/ZCwFDiXZiR
— Chris Kirubi (@CKirubi) March 3, 2020
The “Bitcoin Profit” is apparently a typical high-yield investment scam whose creators aim to suck money out of gullible investors. Its website features $10 gig actors from Fiverr as well as blatantly fake comments from satisfied customers.
The website has apparently corrupted NTV‘s logo to MTV, had also claimed to have spoken to the industrialist.
“I would also like to remind members of the public to exercise extreme caution when making any investments.
While I often share investment tips and business advice, this information is shared from my verified social media handles and credible websites. #AskKirubi” ~ Chris Kirubi
NB: This publication has repeatedly alerted and warned its readers about ponzi and crypto scams in the industry promising unwary investors of huge investment returns in Bitcoin and crypto and will continue to do so regularly.
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