WhoIs ZumMoney.club

The Purpose of this post is to ALERT you to the job you are about to apply for or may have applied for OR is Logo_Fraudalertconsidering applying for is fraudulent.

These job postings are an attempt to lure you into cashing  stolen counterfeit checks from businesses and individuals bank accounts and have you wire the funds via Western Union or MoneyGram to the criminals. Essentially You Become A Money or RePackage Mule.

  1. Understanding The Cyber Theft Ring
  2. Money Mule Explained
  3. Interview With A Money Mule

You can work from home or anywhere you have access to a computer!
Get paid through paypal or directly to your bank account.
Really simple and you can make money today!

do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers
post id: 6268869367 posted: 9 days ago

watch and make money

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This is what the Securities & Exchange Commission have to say:

High-Yield Investment Programs (HYIP) are unregistered investments typically run by unlicensed individuals – and they are often frauds. The hallmark of an HYIP scam is the promise of incredible returns at little or no risk to the investor. A HYIP website might promise annual (or even monthly, weekly, or daily!) returns of 30 or 40 percent – or more. Some of these scams may use the term “prime bank” program. If you are approached online to invest in one of these, you should exercise extreme caution – they are likely frauds.

This is what Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) have to say:

High-yield investment programs (HYIPs) are unregistered investments created and touted by unlicensed individuals. Typically offered through slick (and sometimes not-so-slick) websites, HYIPs dangle the contradictory promises of safety coupled with high, unsustainable rates of return—20, 30, 100 or more percent per day—through vague or murky trading strategies. According to law enforcement cases, many operate as Ponzi schemes, using payments from today’s recruits to pay “interest payments” to yesterday’s investors or “referral” fees to those who recruit new members. The Federal Bureau of Investigation reported that the number of new investigations in this area during fiscal year 2009 increased 105 percent over fiscal year 200

Below are some .club we’ve identified:

  1. bezmoney.club
  2. BezMoney.club
  3. CepMoney.club
  4. Datmoney.club
  5. DavMoney.club
  6. DobMoney.club
  7. DobMoney.club
  8. dollarjob.club
  9. DonMoney.club
  10. DuhMoney.club
  11. DuhMoney.club
  12. DumMoney.club
  13. DuzMoney.club
  14. FumDengi.club
  15. GarMoney.club
  16. GasMoney.club
  17. GatMoney.club
  18. GecMoney.club
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  20. HatMoney.club
  21. HeyMoney.club
  22. hudmoney.club
  23. HudMoney.club
  24. KetMoney.club
  25. KopMoney.club
  26. KurMoney.club
  27. MakMoney.club
  28. MasMoney.club
  29. MesMoney.club
  30. MevMoney.club
  31. MopMoney.club
  32. Netduty.club
  33. NocMoney.club
  34. normoney.club
  35. NorMoney.club
  36. NowMoney.club
  37. NowMoney.club
  38. NucMoney.club
  39. PatMoney.club
  40. pefmoney.club
  41. PefMoney.club
  42. PevMoney.club
  43. prymoney.club
  44. PryMoney.club
  45. ptrvipclub.com
  46. PurMoney.club
  47. RazMoney.club
  48. RazMoney.club
  49. realmonitor.club
  50. RegMoney.club
  51. RoxMoney.club
  52. RugMoney.club
  53. RunMoney.club
  54. RunMoney.club
  55. RuzMoney.club
  56. Ruzmoney.club
  57. SagMoney.club
  58. SerMoney.club
  59. SlyMoney.club
  60. SoxMoney.club
  61. Submoney.club
  62. tafmoney.club
  63. TafMoney.club
  64. TaskMine.club
  65. TazMoney.club
  66. TefMoney.club
  67. TheInviteClub.com
  68. TokMoney.club
  69. TosMoney.club
  70. TrustPay.club
  71. VadMoney.club
  72. VamMoney.club
  73. VapMoney.club
  74. VegMoney.club
  75. VodMoney.club
  76. wevmoney.club
  77. WevMoney.club
  78. WexMoney.club
  79. WhoMoney.club
  80. WhoMoney.club
  81. WotMoney.club
  82. ZatMoney.club
  83. ZekMoney.club
  84. ZumMoney.club

 

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