Pluritec , investors scammed with AI bot

Pluritec Review: Unveiling the Deceptive AI Trading Bot Scheme Orchestrated by CEO Boris

Pluritec, an enigmatic entity in the world of online investments, leaves a trail of questions and suspicions.

This article delves into the shadows surrounding Pluritec, exposing its lack of transparency and questionable practices.

The central figure, “Miroslav Jogevic,” touted as the founder, appears to be nothing more than a phantom conjured by the company.

Furthermore, Pluritec’s ownership and operational details remain hidden, raising concerns about its legitimacy.

The Mysterious Founder

Pluritec’s promotional materials prominently feature the name “Miroslav Jogevic” as its founder.

However, a meticulous investigation reveals that this character has no existence outside of Pluritec’s marketing facade.

Astonishingly, Jogevic is portrayed by a Ukrainian singer/actor, whose real identity remained elusive until a recent update.

In a twist of irony, the actor playing Jogevic was identified as Ivan Podkalyuzin in September 2023.

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Shady Marketing Tactics of this scheme

Before the revelation of Ivan Podkalyuzin’s identity, Pluritec’s marketing videos were fronted by AI avatars.

This unconventional approach added another layer of intrigue to the company’s operations.

It remains uncertain whether this shift from AI avatars to a human actor was orchestrated by Russians or Ukrainians, but it undoubtedly adds a puzzling dimension to Pluritec’s narrative.

Pluritec’s website domain, “pluritec.co,” was privately registered in June 2023, further obscuring its origins.

To bolster its credibility, Pluritec offers a certificate for “Pluritec Limited,” supposedly incorporated in the UK in June 2023.

However, such certificates can be easily obtained with misleading information, rendering them meaningless for due diligence.

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The Absence of Tangible Products

One glaring red flag is Pluritec’s lack of tangible products or services for sale. Instead, it relies solely on recruiting affiliates to promote its own affiliate memberships, raising concerns about its sustainability.

Pluritec’s compensation plan entices affiliates to invest in cryptocurrency, promising passive returns based on their investment amount.

The plan includes various tiers, with daily returns ranging from 1.5% to 3%, depending on the investment level.

The MLM aspect of Pluritec rewards affiliates for recruiting new investors.

The Affiliate Ranks and Commissions

Pluritec features ten affiliate ranks, each with specific qualification criteria.

Affiliates earn referral commissions through a unilevel compensation structure, with commissions varying based on the level.

Additionally, rank achievement bonuses are awarded to affiliates who reach specific milestones.

While joining Pluritec as an affiliate is free, full participation in its income opportunity requires a minimum investment of $25, payable in tron (TRX) or tether (USDT).

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The Conclusion
Despite positioning itself as a leader in AI-powered stock market asset trading, Pluritec fails to substantiate its claims.

It lacks evidence of using trading revenue to fulfill affiliate withdrawals, raising doubts about the sustainability of its business model.

Moreover, the absence of regulatory registration suggests potential securities fraud.

Pluritec’s heavy reliance on new investments to pay existing affiliates places it squarely in the realm of a Ponzi scheme.

As with all Ponzi schemes, the inevitable collapse will result in substantial losses for the majority of participants. Consequently, exercising utmost caution before involvement with Pluritec is paramount.


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