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It’s difficult to keep up with the Intelligence Prime Capital exit scam announcements.

Intelligence Mid-February, Prime Capital began restricting and emptying investor accounts. Later that month, there were persistent withdrawal difficulties.

A switch to crypto fraud was implemented a few weeks ago. A few days later, a “regulators!” exit scam notification was made.

A few days later, Intelligence Prime Capital administrators stated that they had dismissed themselves.

The most recent exit scam is a “we got hacked!” notification, which is thought to have been delivered within the previous 24 hours.

According to Intelligence Prime Capital’s most recent “we were hacked!” exit fraud, 80% of cash has been drained and its bots have been “compromised.”

But don’t worry, a new IPCloud Ponzi scheme is on the way.

Before proceeding, I’d want to point out that Intelligence Prime Capital’s “we were hacked!” exit-scam statement is patently nonsense. This is only a ruse to avoid the ultimate collapse of a Ponzi scheme.

However, it is critical to chronicle these breakdowns because they highlight how absurd an MLM Ponzi scheme’s collapse may become over time.

And the demise of Intelligence Prime Capital has been absurd.

According to IPCapital’s most recent exit scam declaration;

A large-scale security compromise occurred in the system.

Globally, users were significantly impacted, with losses totaling 80% of the entire assets on the platform.

As a result of the security incident, the majority of our AIA BOTs have been hacked, leading to the loss of critical data and statistical parameters that would impair their capacity to conduct reliable market research.

What exactly is going on?

The above-mentioned lie from Intelligence Capital is being utilized to justify forced migration to their previously stated crypto exit scam.

Intelligence Prime Capital introduced its crypto exit scam as a voluntary transition 10 days ago. They expected that the promise of better profits would induce affiliates to abandon their current accounts and switch over.

That did not occur, and therefore we find ourselves here.

Intelligence Prime Capital deactivated the affiliate back office around 24 hours ago.

This was done to remove back-office money from the system and to perform the required crypto account migration.

This started with refusing withdrawals and redirecting backoffice monies to affiliate trading accounts.

The funds in the trading account cannot be withdrawn until the following weekend.

It’s not like it matters…

The management team has decided to transfer all existing activities to our new MasterCard BOT.

Each user’s capital has been moved to the MasterCard BOT, and you will continue to get your daily payouts.

The forced shift of Intelligence Prime Capital to crypto fraud freezes investor assets for 100 days.

Oh, and commissions are being reduced as well.

There will be some changes made to the management bonus; further information will be released at a later period.

Finally, the aims of IPCapital’s newest exit fraud are as follows:

Lock in investor funds for 100 days; reduce commissions paid, and hope that monopolistic money returns in the back office for the next 100 days encourage recruitment of new investors fools to keep the Ponzi going.
Even if it succeeds, math is math, and Intelligence Prime Capital will eventually be unable to pay withdrawals.

Probably sooner than later, as anybody with half a sense tries to withdraw what they can.

This is when IPCloud comes into play.

We are excited to announce the impending launch of IPCloud, a decentralized crypto wallet that will allow users to access their digital assets easily and seamlessly.

More details, including a complete product release timetable, will be released in late April.

“New goods” = new cryptocurrency investment scams in which you might lose money.

In a nutshell, Intelligence Prime Capital withdrawals have outpaced new investments. They have most likely been doing so for some time (early to mid-February), leading to the inevitable collapse.

We are now in the Ponzi end-game phase. Scammers would do whatever to give out just enough to keep recruiting going while refusing the majority of withdrawals.

The funds do not exist. It never happened, which is why capital is unable to pay out.

Stay tuned as we continue to document Intelligence Prime Capital’s tumultuous demise.

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