With over thousands of hearts broken, Boostpal, I record has done more harm than good to my friends and a few people that I know online of which you may be a victim. One victim, who is a student of a renowned university has promised to take the ponzi scheme on.
After investing over Ghc 3,000 into Boostpal, the site went down and various Techies reveal that the ponzi scheme might never come back to life after getting away with several coins online.
However, he has been upset after being introduced to the scheme just three days to the site’s collapse/shutdown.
In an exclusive interview with Ghkasa.com, the victim revealed that he invested over Ghc3,000 into boostpal only to wake up on a Saturday morning to the heartbreaking news. Finding means of survival, the helpless student has resulted to selling his laptop to make life better.
In the interview, he stated that he was going to take actions against Boostpal, asked whether his actions were going to be legal, since owners of the the site are unknown, he stressed that he would seek spiritual counsel from Nogokpo.
For many who don’t know, Nogokpo is a village located in the Volta Region of Ghana and has become famous due to it fetish practices and how traditionalists believe that gods of Nogokpo are proactive and just.
Mfidie’s report on Why Boostpal may never return;
Boostpal may not return because payments that were supposed to be made on Friday has not been issued till now (at least I have not seen a concrete proof) and the site is still offline.
Secondly, two other sites that run on boostpal’s script has been launched: www.viewdime.com (closed at the moment) and www.dewtours.com.
To investigate, I have personally downloaded the script of dewtours and found boostpal’s logos in it. In fact, you don’t even need a brain to know dewtours and boostpal are same.
They probably launched this one to scam more people.
Thirdly, Boostpal may have disabled withdrawals on Tuesdays before they went offline to accumulate as much money as they could.
They even added a new upgrade package which meant more upgrades to maximize the amount accumulated.
I personally saw some upgrades being done on the Thursday and Friday before Boostpal went offline but perhaps it was all to convince people to invest their cash.
There has been a post by www.news7pm.com claiming boostpal have acquired offices in Ghana, Nigeria and Kenya; The site is a satire site and as such stories from there cannot be taken seriously.
I had a whole lot of reasons that made me trust Boostpal and hence my comments on beermoneyforum, etc.
It’s worthless explaining myself now anyway.
I honestly hope Boostpal returns per their claim, not because of me but all those other people who lost their money because of my comments.
As told by alihamtech, an investor in boostpal.