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Ponzi scheme Paymara has failed.

The Ponzi scheme has been restarted by the scammers behind Paymara under Paymara Meta.

Oh, and they’ve joined the NFT scam bandwagon as well. Just because, you know.

Earlier morning, Paymara announced an unexpected rebirth on their Facebook page:

PAYMARA META HAS BEEN RELEASED! We are pleased to let you know that we have successfully migrated and switched our company operation to our new domain WWW.PAYMARAMETA.COM as we extend our business verticals.

Your whole Paymara Wallet Balance on our new website now includes all of your ROI, Binary, Referral, and other revenues and money. All of our members may now continue conducting business on our new domain,

On Paymara Meta, users may access their accounts by entering their previous login information.

The alteration in the domain is not explained.

Naturally, the Paymara Meta relaunch offers fresh “fixed deposit” investment opportunities:

Any of our members can invest in FD using the available funds in their Paymara Wallet and continue to make daily earnings for 180 days.

The money of investors who were duped by Paymara will be frozen for an extra 180 days.

The collapse of Paymara comes after a week-old statement on NFTs.

It appears that Paymara Meta will now be used to carry out the beginnings of an NFT exit scam where investors are left carrying bags of worthless NFTs.

Payara Coin was a second exit scam that was proposed.

There is nothing about this on the website or social media pages of Paymara. The image up top is of an advertisement that was published in a Nigerian newspaper.

As the Ponzi scheme neared a conclusion, it appears that the con artists behind Paymara were providing Nigerians with sweeter bargains.

Just a few days ago, on May 12, the domain name for the Paymara Meta website was registered. This is related to the most recent crypto crash, which is, in my opinion, the reason Paymara decided not to move forward with the NFT/coin exit scam as first intended.

Payara and Paymara Meta are Ponzi scams run by Boris’s CEO. Payara and Paymara Meta claim to be based in Canada by using the supplied corporate address.

CEO Boris Ponzi schemes are nearly always the creation of con artists from Russia and/or Ukraine.

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