RICHMOND BERKS WARNING NEWS

Updated: 05/03/2017 08:53
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Warning piece of news from Richmond Berks, entering IPO explaining 7 days withdrawal delays, promo codes to attract new customers, risk to get scammed
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Warning piece of news from Richmond Berks, entering IPO explaining 7 days withdrawal delays, promo codes to attract new customers, risk to get scammed

There is a disturbing piece of news from Richmond Berks project, working long enough and listed at HyipNews for 90 days. The thing is that as far as on May 2 the admin published the latest news saying Richmond Berks company is at the last stage of preparation for entering IPO, which is assumed to held in May as of the Road Map. The admin is sure it is a big step both for the company and its customers. At the same time entering the stock market for a program like any of the kind is something, which is hardly going to happen ever. The news can be used as another source to attract new investors and create the image of a reputable company, claiming about increases of the level of capitalization and hence as they say increase of the daily profit percentage.

Talking about the benefits the admin doesn't forget to mention the difficulties. And here comes the most disturbing update. Richmond Berks announces repeated inspections of all areas of its activities as the result of which the work can be slowed down. Even though they are claimed to be some temporal restrictions is still a warning sign that e-accounts are being tested and hence operations conducted through them are sometimes unavailable. 8% of transactions are conducted within 7 working days and this is unacceptable! Waiting for 7 days in a hyip world means a lot and can be a sign of a soon closure.

At the same time, Richmond Berks is using a sweetener, offering "exclusive" Promo code 30%, which can be applied for buying RBD or BTC. This looks like an attempt to bring more new deposits and attract new members before closing down the website. More gifts are claimed to be offered in the next two days as well. All those signs may be the evidence of a close scam, which is why, i would recommend to stay away from making new deposits there.


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