Xcalibur Bitcash Team Review – Login, Register, How it works, is it a Scam
XcaliburBitcashTeam or Xcalibur Bitcash Team is a supposed peer to peer crowdfunding scheme or network.
The domain was privately registered and their is no information about who owns the website. The testimonials they posted on their website seems pre-generated from supposed fake members. These so called members are likely the admins or the owners of this website.
So called Felicity Cairns from Australia said:
“I am very impressed with this program so far, I cycled on my first $25 board within days of the launch and have been promptly paid!! Everything is communicated very well from the admins of the Facebook page with all questions answered from within a great team. So glad that I was introduced to this opportunity.”
Supposed Tauei Auckland from New Zealand said:
”WOW! I invested $50, and within 3 days XCalibur messaged me that they have already paid me $150USD into my BTC wallet, and plus another spot to earn another $150USD. This is the best crowdfunding opportunity I’ve ever experienced.”
The IP Location of Xcalibur Bitcash Team is Virginia, United States.
Again no genuine investment scheme or network will pay you as much as 300 percent ROI (Return of Investment). The website wrote: “If you can afford to invest just $25 onetime, with no monthly. You have the chance to earn UNLIMITED 300% Return On Investment”
This Xcalibur Bitcash Team has no retail-able product or service making affiliates only able to market its affiliate membership. So how will the website or scheme get money to pay its members ..?? This type of website simply pay old members with the cash generated from new members and this makes it a Ponzi scheme. Most of them do fold or wind up once there are no longer intending new members.
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Also the Broken English used on the website suggests that the site is not coming from a country which uses English as it’s official language.
NB – Any email that tells you to pay a certain amount of money to get what they claim that you have won is from online scammers.