Finance Ministry warns against ‘Swisscoin’ scam
The Finance Ministry recently received information that people are being invited to invest in the so-called ‘Swisscoin’ investments. The ministry therefore wants to warn local institutes and the Surinamese against this scheme. The Finance Ministry issued a press release, indicating that this is most likely another one of the notorious Ponzi schemes or money pyramids that are only ‘air bubbles’. The people behind the scheme pretend that their company is based in Germany and that investing is linked to a compensation plan. The plan is aimed at turning investments into crypto money or swisscoins which reportedly piles up the interest in swisscoins. But the crypto money reportedly has no actual value outside of the Swisscoin business. There are no guarantees that the investor will actually receive interest or that they will be allowed to make withdrawals. People must also reinvest in the swisscoins. In order to hail in investors the company promises a 2 to 22% commission to investors who recruit new investors. The more investors one recruits, the higher the commission. The ministry warns people against investing money in this company or any other company that offer Ponzi or money pyramids schemes. You can find more information at: http://behindmlm.com/ mlm-reviews/swisscoin-review-25-to-15000-eur-ponzipoints-investment/ of https:// bitbillions.com/is-swisscoina-scam-an-honest-swiss-coinreview.