Corporate Announcement regarding the social-media-scammers-attack against Karatbars

Dear affiliates, here is Thomas Valet, Communication
Manager of the company Karatbars International. Today I have very important news for you. For a few days now, scammers have spread out
various pages of false information, counterfeit business plans, and irrelevant statements
about Karatbars International on popular social media channels. We gave these web pages to our lawyers and
the websites are gradually being removed. So that every one of you understands that
these pages are scam and created exclusively to harm the company Karatbars International,
we show you that the same scammers are spreading an email that contains a virus. Consequently, the attack is not only against
Karatbars but also against all affiliates, as this is an attempt to harm your computer
with this virus. Now you realize that these people are not
concerned with truth, but with destruction. Our job is to protect you. Please note carefully: Read only original
emails with the extension Karatbars will never send an email with a
link. Please ignore emails that contain a link,
if you are unsure please contact our support. Under no circumstances click on a link, forward
emails with link immediately to our support, so that we can take action immediately if
necessary. Please also note that Karatbars would never
offer support via a link in social media channels. In this case we also ask for your information
to our support in order to become active. Please inform all your affiliates and share
this video in your communication channels. And now I wish you every success, all the
best and see you soon, Your Thomas Valet.

20 thoughts on “Corporate Announcement regarding the social-media-scammers-attack against Karatbars

  1. It would really help if you had a white paper and more detail about the kbc coin itself on the website. This way we could refer to the white paper to gain comprehensive knowledge about the business and digital asset system, as well as use this to verify scammers allegations are false. I think you have good intentions and a great idea, probably the best I have seen, but no white paper or detailed information on the coin itself is a serious limitation. Happy to be corrected if you do have these things and can point me to them. Good luck, and hope to learn more so I can support you in my own way.

  2. Sounds like more damage control. I haven't seen any market proof that scammers are taking and selling kbc, only regular people losing faith in the coin

  3. Thank you for this valuable information and I am informing my team. Take care and God bless and protect everyone!

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