Why Bitcoin Investment Casting Is a Bad Idea
Investment Casting is a scam that uses the cryptocurrency Bitcoin to cast you into a risky investment.
The idea behind investing casting is to create a long-term investment, or an investment that is guaranteed to return the investment’s value.
The company claims it will not have any role in the portfolio of the person who actually invested in the investment.
Investment Casting doesn’t have a track record of providing accurate information, and it has never been audited.
Bitcoin Investment Cast has a history of making false promises about how it can help you invest.
A recent case of the company casting a Bitcoin investor to invest in a bitcoin fund has drawn a strong rebuke from the Bitcoin Investment Board.
The investor in question, an Australian woman, told Investing Casting that she had made a $300,000 investment in the bitcoin fund and that it had outperformed the market.
The investment was supposed to be made by a Bitcoin investment manager.
She was cast to invest the money in a Bitcoin fund called Bitcoin Investment Fund (BIF), which she thought would be a good investment for her.
She invested the money, which turned out to be worthless, in the fund.
Investing Cast told her that her investment was safe because she was a qualified investor.
Investing Casting is not an accredited investment firm, but it is accredited by the Investment Council of Australia, which means it is an industry standard.
The Investment Council is an organisation established by the Australian Government that monitors investment standards and promotes transparency in the industry.
Investment Casting is an investment service company, not an investment firm.
It is registered in Australia as a not-for-profit entity.
It has no registered address, no email address, and no phone number, and has no website.
It does not have a social media presence.
Investigations of investment services companies are a common occurrence.
In May this year, a Bitcoin Investment Management (BIM) that operates a fund in Melbourne was investigated for its alleged role in scamming an investment fund into investing in a fake Bitcoin investment.
In April 2017, a UK man accused Investment Casting of fraud after he told Investigating Investing that a Bitcoin investing company in his state had helped him invest more than $1 million.
Investigating Investiging investigated the company for the fraud.
Investigation Casting did not respond to a request for comment.
Bitcoin Investment Fund, an investment investment company based in the UK, is registered as an investment company.
Investigating Investments is an independent investment company in the United Kingdom.
Investigate Investing does not accept investment applications for investment services.
Investigators and experts are concerned about how Bitcoin Investment casts people into investments.
The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) is investigating the issue.
Bitcoin Invest Casting does not appear to have a proper website, and Investing casts people from the community into investment projects.
It also casts people who are not qualified investors into investments that may not be the best investments for them.
Bitcoin investors should always seek advice from an accredited investor.
Investigations are the best way to do this.
Investigate Investings offers a service that will provide you with unbiased, unbiased, and up-to-date information about investing.
Investigation Cast is not accredited.