Gamble Boost (GambleBoost.com) is a new HYIP that launched just 7 days ago! I’ve put together this post to share my honest opinion and review.
Is Gamble Boost a scam? Taking a look at the website I have to be honest it actually looks quite hilarious. I can’t believe that anyone would want to invest in a program where the returns are based on the results of people gambling. It seems absolutely bonkers yet looking at their website I can see that people have invested a total of over $100,000 into this program. The returns they offer a huge although I fail to see how they can offer set returns when this is based on gambling. Surely it is impossible to have different investment plans that offer different percentages of return when as a gambler your returns might be different each time you gamble.
Is Gamble Boost a ponzi scheme? Since they are offering set plans with specific and extremely high ROI it is very possible they are running a ponzi scheme and that the whole “gambling” back story is just a fake to make this program seem more interesting. Of course this is just my opinion and I could be completely wrong however I have looked at 100′s of HYIP’s and they all offer the same style of plans. In my experience your average HYIP lasts about 3 – 12 months and the ones that turn into scams the quickest are the ones offering extremely high ROI like Gamble Boost.
Do I recommend Gamble Boost? No I do not recommend investing with Gamble Boost or any other HYIP.
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