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Offline andrewt2m  
#1 Posted : 17 March 2021 00:52:01(UTC)
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Has anyone tried quantum code yet?

Does it work?
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#2 Posted : 05 November 2021 11:03:06(UTC)
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Having done some research on this, I have discovered the following:

InsideBitcoins.com say:
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Quantum AI is trending top in the UK and Australia, with tens of thousands of people reviewing it daily. A close look at the reviews indicates that it could be making most of its users extremely rich through bitcoin trading.

But what is it, how does it work, and is it legit? Quantum AI is a powerful web-based computer program for automated CFDs trading. The program is driven by Artificial Intelligence (AI) to study and glean insights from multiple markets. You can trade CFDs on forex, stock, market indices, commodities, and crypto through this platform. However, it’s best known for bitcoin trading.

Quantum AI has received amazing feedback from users, with most claiming to earn thousands of dollars in daily profits. This robot reportedly offers an easy and stress-free way to make money online in 2021.Quantum AI works with over 15 UK and Australia regulated brokers. These brokers have global-level trust. We can also confirm that the Quantum AI website is encrypted and hence safe. This trading system complies with data privacy laws in most countries, including the UK.

Quantum AI is easy to use for all, given that it automates the entire trading process. This trading system is hailed as the most profitable bitcoin trading tool in 2021. However, this doesn’t eliminate the risks associated with crypto trading. Invest wisely!


EconomyWatch.com say:
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Is Quantum AI Scam?
Popular Bitcoin robot Quantum AI is legit. This could be followed up with other claims and reviews from websites and users. Besides, the company that developed this bot, Quantum AI Ltd, is reputable in the UK. It has a good number of users and it is a registered company under the auspices of the UK government.


Which is all fine, but then when I look on the blog here on sircles.net, I find that they are saying that both of the above websites are owned by someone called Finixio Ltd who are affiliates of boiler room scams.

According to TechTheLead.com it is a scam too. So what does this mean? Are you really telling us that the top two results when you search for Quantum AI are part of the scam?
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#3 Posted : 05 November 2021 11:04:13(UTC)
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Yes, the results that Google display are scam above truth and we have reported this at least a hundred times to Google.

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#4 Posted : 05 November 2021 11:07:12(UTC)
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I have just seen that StockApps.com’s parent company is Finixio Ltd too. These scammers are everywhere!
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#5 Posted : 05 November 2021 11:19:02(UTC)
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Yes their major contributor Kane Pepi claims to be British but he is based out of Malta, presumably where he runs his boiler room scams from.

He even reviews Quantum AI favourably and claims that there really is a Quantum AI computer running it all. He also claims that he has a doctorate from Lancashire University in Criminal Justice which may be true as they do run such a course but to have studied Criminal Justice and then make fake reviews for a living seems unlikely.
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