I just attempted to post the link to the Youtube video on Messenger and the caption that shows below the link states the Bitcoin Code sales video is fictitious and was produced for ...
So where do we go from there.
And looking at this in preview it seems it does not want to be copied and pasted, so I'll see what happens when I post and if needs be will do a screen shot to post.
EDIT to post creenshot View attachment 16077
I can assure you the video i posted is NOT a scam but a genuine guide to trading bitcoin, i followed it, the steps are easy, the rewards are huge....go your own way but im happy with my returns...end of story, i will post no more about it!!
Well the good news is that after 3 weeks my previous company finally deposited the balance of my account back into my bank. So that now closes another chapter and I doubt if I will bother with it again, as said earlier if you don't know what you are doing it's going to be a hard up-hill battle trying to learn all the ins and outs. But good luck to those that are either willing to give it a try or know what they are doing. I'll just stick with my £1,000 per month interest from my Turkish time accounts.
I had a phone call from Bitcoin Code this morning and as soon as I said I was not interested she hung the phone up, I have also since received the following email and what makes me laugh is the final sentence ''See you inside' wonder which prison he thinks I work at.
I already know you.
We may not have known each other for long...
...but here’s what I already know about you:
1)You’re ready to step up and live the life you’ve always wanted.
2)You want to be your own boss and live on your own terms
My reply to their their eMail has since been returned as, (Delivery incomplete
There was a temporary problem while delivering your message to email@example.com. Gmail will retry for 46 more hours. You'll be notified if the delivery fails permanently) So it seems they do not even have a valid eMail address for replies (Then again why would a scam company need or want a valid eMail address.
SO IT SEEMS THEY DO NOT EVEN HAVE A valid EMAIL FOR REPLIES
NO, Bitcoin code just seems to be a scam. far to many videos on Youtube but NONE stating how good they are and I still receive phone calls but as soon as I say I'm not interested they just hang up. So much for their customer services'