Lost money to Lucreberg’s scam scheme
I put $200 into Lucreberg’s basic plan on May 7, 2023, which, according to the website, will pay me 2% per day for 7 days while locking in my initial investment for 20 days. The end outcome would be that I should have had $228 in my account and be able to withdraw it after those 20 days.
My sponsor notified me on May 28 that I needed to re-register my account due to certain website changes and updates, so I did. Neither my initial investment nor my profit was reflected when I was eventually allowed to log in. Both fields displayed a balance of 0. I started a chat session and stated my problem, and I was informed that I would have to wait till a new deposit in order to secure my initial investment. My sponsor has since verified that what I was told is indeed correct.
I’ve chatted with support multiple times since then. They have constantly assured me that my initial deposit of $200 is secure, but that I would need to make a second deposit of at least $200 before my initial deposit will appear on the new website. They won’t respond to my query about what would happen to my money if I decided not to make any more deposits. They probably will keep those funds. I won’t put down another deposit because the regulations have already been altered once, and nothing is stopping them from doing so again. There was no notification of the change in the investment guidelines, thus customers were not given the choice to opt out and keep their money or make an additional investment.
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