Razzor Bitcoin Mining Review

The man behind the scam is Kirk Jones. He’s done this same thing with multiple companies including most recently, J1S Energy and Razzor energy. He calls people telling them about a big money-making opportunity if they’ll only invest. This time it’s bitcoin and cryptocurrency. He seems to be targeting retirement age people. He asks for large amounts of money and promises endless returns. In reality, he pockets most of it as a "commission fee" and "general overhead", and then invests the small remaining amount in the project, which has really no chance of seeing any positive returns.

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