A Tale of Misfortune: Brothers’ USD 10k Life Savings Swallowed by E-Creator, Leaving Them Devastated
As one of many victims of the E-Creator Ponzi scheme, a 29-year-old man who chose to remain anonymous has disclosed that he and his brother invested $10,000 in May. They are among the growing number of individuals who have come forward with their stories after being scammed.
The 29-year-old man
The 29-year-old stated that the withdrawal system began failing at the beginning of July. The directors promised it would resume as they had secured a merchant code for withdrawals. They then promised that they would be back online on July 8, but the portal was deleted instead.
“I joined E-Creator on May 25 and, together with my brother, we invested US$10 000 and now we have been scammed. The withdrawal system started failing at the beginning of this month,” stated. “The directors promised us that it would resume as they had managed to secure a merchant code for withdrawals. They promised that they would be back online on July 8, but the portal was then deleted. We call on the government to intervene and compel these criminals to give us our money. The police have been helpful in this case.”
Another E-Creator Victim
Valentine Mariwo, another victim of the E-Creator Ponzi scheme, has lost all his savings after investing US$700 in the scheme. Mariwo revealed that he heard about the scheme from its agents at Joina City. He was convinced to invest all his savings to get better returns and improve his life. However, the scheme collapsed in less than two weeks after joying, wiping out all his savings.
Mariwo is now hurting financially and is calling on the scheme’s founder and directors to give his money back. “These people really hurt me and all I’m here for is to get my money back,” he said.
Investors must be cautious when investing their money in any scheme. They should conduct due diligence and seek professional advice before investing their hard-earned money.