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The Ponzi scams Alcor Trade and Antares Trade 2.0 have failed.

Problems with withdrawals have been reported by investors today.

The websites for Antares Trade 2.0, Alcor Trade, Antares Refund, and Alpin Launchpad are all still active as of the time of posting.

The company’s different social media platforms have begun to receive a small number of investor withdrawal complaints:

A few hours ago, a reader of BehindMLM sent a remark in French indicating that withdrawals from Antares Trade 2.0 and Alcor Trade had ceased.

Antares Trade advertised a “fantastic Spring special” to encourage investment before the collapse:

Additionally, a promotion event scheduled for June 1–3 in Dubai was announced:

Tickets went on sale for $200 (business) and $500 as stated above (VIP). Prices increased by $4 and $10 per day, respectively, beginning in early April.

Antares Trade 2.0’s choice of location is hardly likely to be an accident given that Dubai is the world’s MLM fraud center.

Curiously, Antares Trade 2.0 also promised “special presentations” from “Jordan Belfort, Mike Tyson, and other international stars” in addition to a “photo session and laser display.”

Regarding their separate appearances on social media, neither famous person has made any announcements.

On May 28 and 29, in Las Vegas, a “Recession Proof Convention” was to include Tyson as its main speaker.

Both event dates are listed as canceled on TicketMaster as of the time of writing.

“Alex Richter” is the owner of Antares Trade 2.0 and Alcor Trade. Aleksey Zhirovkin, a runaway Russian national, plays Richter.

Zhirovkin, who was portraying Richter at the time, was talking about a “meta world” in Antares Trade:

“Metaverse” and derivatives, which were lifted from Facebook, are being used often in MLM crypto Ponzi scams.

The iteration of Antares Trade seems to be a pretext for the release of MAD, the fourth shitcoin connected to the Ponzi scam.

Zhirovkin was last located in Mexico, as far as we know.

It’s possible that holding or feigning to have an Antares Trade event in Dubai was a pretext to flee Zhirovkin’s victims and relocate there.

BehindMLM highlighted the botched Antares Trade 2.0 Ponzi relaunch earlier this month, which resulted in investors continuing to support Alcor Trade.

The first collapsed Antares Trade Ponzi was revived as Alcor Trade.

Stay tuned for any new information on the failure of Antares Trade 2.0 and Alcor Trade.

Updated on May 23, 2022 – Any references to the planned event in Dubai have been removed by Aleksey Zhirovkin from the social media accounts of Antares Trade and Alcor Trade.

Except for a few refund fraud posts from earlier this month, the Alcor Trade Twitter account has been deleted.

Even though withdrawals are still banned, Zhirovkin continues to act as though Alcor Trade is open on Facebook.

His posts on Alcor Trade seem to have very few comments.

10th June 2022 update Zhirovkin made another appearance in an Alex Richter video on May 23.

The intended June 1–3 Dubai event has been “postponed,” according to Zhirovkin, who informs viewers in the film that it has been dubbed over in English by a narrator with an eastern European accent.

New dates have been established for July 15–17. It looks like the scam is now selling 1000 more tickets for the event.

Only one or two comments with views from hundreds of victims made it through the heavy moderation of comments on Antares Trade’s video.

Jordan Belfort and Mike Tyson, according to Zhirinovsky, will attend the rescheduled event.

I don’t see why someone would attend a Ponzi scheme busted event in Dubai.

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