In Mexico, they demand that Airbit Club leaders be investigated for the alleged fraud. This was reported by the Chronicle portal in an article signed by Rafael Martínez, the source of which is an initiative published on Change.org
The petition launched on Change.org states: “We demand that the heads of the Airbit Club, a company that has cheated thousands of people around the world by allegedly investing in cryptocurrencies, and left people penniless and kidnapped, are being investigated “Discounting amounts without approval under supposed conditions that are constantly changing at will.”
Then they added: “Recently protected in the crisis by Covid-19, They have emptied the digital wallets from thousands of their partners around the world. There are complaints, but nobody has done anything. “
They also warned that the Airbit Club would continue to hold videoconferencing meetings trying to recruit more people.
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As posted on Change.org, More than 200 people have organized and they continue to add people through an instant messaging chat. From there too You would encourage a collective complaint to the SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) from the United States.
“The group consists of people from Colombia, Mexico, Russia, Peru, Italy and Brazil, among others,” they said.
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