not sure what you mean by this post but sounds like you have been watching too many hollywood movies. Looks like most people who got scammed paid using crypto and or not from America. He probably knows he can get away with this scam as most people will have no way to report him to the police anyway him showing his face is irrelevant. He will just take the money and switch industry scammers do this as their rebranding all the time. Scam money in X industry > reband and move to Y industry
mind to share the name ? since I do use some of his knowledge in the journey thread, for personal purpose and a little experiments.his channels are still uploading videos
You have a weird logic mate.But the problem is he can't rebrand his face (unless you do something like the movie "Face Off" or "Minority Report"). Yes, I do watch lots of movies. Movies actually aren't so far out like they once used to be. We now can see how much can actually be reality and is much more real than fantasy. Face ID technology is already being used. In China for instance, you jay walk and they will scan your face and fine you direct out of your bank account in just a matter of seconds. It's freakin scary what this world is coming to. I do agree with you that if he scammed mostly those who paid him in crypto and from overseas countries, then the customers should have known they are playing a risky game and like crypto goes, only put in what you can afford to lose. So if they paid 5k in crypto, that means they could afford to lose 5k because crypto is non-refundable and non-traceable so they should have known this risk and willingly accepted it. Now I don't feel bad at all for the people who lost crypto. I only feel bad for the people who paid in actual dollars and worked weeks or months to earn it. Real hard work, sweat, sacrifice for those dollars. If you got crypto, they probably didn't pay anywhere near 4k or 10k for that crypto anyways. Like I said before, one day you put $1000 real dollars and the next day it's worth $4000. You can't really say you lost 4k. You only lost $1000. Now if they converted that crypto into 4k dollars and then lost it, yes, they lost 4k. But on paper, you can't lose something you never really had. I know you may disagree but that's the way I see it. People play with crypto money then you accept the risks too.