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I've come across the site Ripplefuture.com and wanted to check with you guys if this site is legit? They promise to payout in XRP's on a daily basis and have different subscription plans.

Any thoughts if I shall get a plan for myself.

P.S I already hold few XRP's.

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I see that few ppl have been getting their daily payouts,  but not sure how long will those payouts keep coming.  

That contract duration is around 290 days,  but you make your investment in the 90 day period itself.  Rest is profit. Which has made me suspicious. Hence i thought to check here to see if you guys have heard about the site? 

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2 hours ago, Pankaj said:

I've come across the site Ripplefuture.com and wanted to check with you guys if this site is legit? They promise to payout in XRP's on a daily basis and have different subscription plans.

Any thoughts if I shall get a plan for myself.

P.S I already hold few XRP's.

So did you just now register so that you could advertise your scam site. No worries by the end of today I will be happy to rip apart a good analysis of the basic security just for fun. If you are part of that site and it is a scam then you do not belong here.

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I genuienly asked a question here as this is the biggest XRP community and I wanted to know if this is legit before I went ahead and invested in that site. Now, if you can really post a good analysis and confirm if it's good or bad, I'd be thankful. If I wanted to advertise this site, I would have directly asked everyone to register there and also provide my referral link which I didn't. (I haven't even registered on that site yet) I'm not here to scam ppl, I'm here to know if it's legit or not. You can see I've already said that I find this site suspicious, yet if you think I'm here to scam ppl, then there is not much I can do. I'm not responsible for your assumptions. Yet, if you're still willing to provide an indepth feedback about the legitimacy of the site, I'm all ears. Thanks.

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8 minutes ago, Pankaj said:

I genuienly asked a question here as this is the biggest XRP community and I wanted to know if this is legit before I went ahead and invested in that site. Now, if you can really post a good analysis and confirm if it's good or bad, I'd be thankful. If I wanted to advertise this site, I would have directly asked everyone to register there and also provide my referral link which I didn't. (I haven't even registered on that site yet) I'm not here to scam ppl, I'm here to know if it's legit or not. You can see I've already said that I find this site suspicious, yet if you think I'm here to scam ppl, then there is not much I can do. I'm not responsible for your assumptions. Yet, if you're still willing to provide an indepth feedback about the legitimacy of the site, I'm all ears. Thanks.

Fantastic !! If you really came here to ask a genuine question then you are in the right place.  Please give me a few minutes to complete a cursory analysis, but up front I can tell you it is fake. I will detail why in a bit.

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@Pankaj- Don't mind @Xilobyte, he is our resident grouchy security expert.  He might uncouth, but he knows his stuff and heed what he has to say carefully, he has gone out of way to provide expertise and help to other forum members. His detailed analysis of security stuff is very comprehensive, as long as you stay on the honest side of a scam you will do alright by him.

 

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At first glance I find that this website is a fake. First, ICANN reports this website to be registered as:

Domain: ripplefuture.com

Registrar: BigRock Solutions Limited

Registration Date: 2017-07-24

Expiration Date: 2018-07-24

Updated Date: 2017-08-25

Status: clientTransferProhibited

Name Servers: ns1.ripplefuture.com ns2.ripplefuture.com

Name: oryx coin

Street: oman

City: mumbai

State: Other

Postal Code: 400069

Country: IN

Phone: +91.9810562116

Email:  oryxcoin@gmail.com

 

This website is essentially registered in India. I also notice that the registry seems to be fake. ICANN normally requires more detailed information which is also verified by a credit card or payment method. What are the chances that this guy’s name is really Mr Coin?

Next, he uses a gmail account instead of an account controlled by his own domain. It is not solid proof but the reason to do this from a criminal perspective is because now the emails cannot be confiscated or tracked.

The mobile phone number is likely legitimate. Not a smart move on this guy’s part. Normally I find most user’s are too lazy to use unique credentials across websites and this guy is no exception. This mobil phone does appear to be used by a Mr. Dinesh Sharma whom may have offices at B-88, 2nd Floor, Sector -2, Noida - 201301, Uttar Pradesh , India. This is a company registered as Asian Developers Limited.

The name server is registered or atlas relayed in Utah, USA. That may be a Godaddy location but no professional web developer whom is conducting business in the US, registers in Mumbai and then relays in the US. The latency is too much.

The location of the Nameserver ns1.ripplefuture.com is at 162.144.104.242 is in Provo Utah.

Looking at the website itself, they state their location to be 514 S. Magnolia St. , Orlando Florida 32806 USA. Seem fishy enough for ya?

The footer links are linked to nothing to include Legal or even a privacy policy. Even though this guy just registered his great idea for a scam he still forgot to finish the website.

Even funnier is that the guy is using google ads in his website which are somehow geoid related. The first popup ad on his website is from a Hindu celebration in India.  Funny sneaky guy.

I will not even bother to download and checkout his code as this is fake enough as it is.

Hope that helps a bit.

 

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Just now, Mercury said:

@Pankaj- Don't mind @Xilobyte, he is our resident grouchy security expert.  He might uncouth, but he knows his stuff and heed what he has to say carefully, he has gone out of way to provide expertise and help to other forum members. His detailed analysis of security stuff is very comprehensive, as long as you stay on the honest side of a scam you will do alright by him.

 

Thanks @Mercury. He is right. I am a bit grouchy :( I am retired Military so we shoot first and beg forgiveness later. Forgive me for acusing you of a scam so quick. The reason is because this particular website is a scam out of India posing as a US address. You have chosen to register as PANKAJ:  

Pankaj is a Hindu given name, common in India and Nepal. It has its roots in the Sanskrit word paṅkaja which refers to the lotus flower. The word is a compound of paṅka 'mud' and the suffix -ja 'born from, growing in'.[1] The associated symbolism is of the lotus that is born in mud and blossoms after arising from mud. The lotus flower is also the national flower of India and is considered to be a symbol of Buddhist teaching (cf. Nalanda).

So naturally it is a funny coincidence that you would pick an Indian name. It just looked fishy is all. I am sure you are totally honest and mean well because there is no way that you would have known this was an Indian website I am sure.  :)

 

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Oh lookie!  https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1382950750 . That is Mr  Dinesh Sharma of Asian Developers in India. How fun.... maybe this is a real identity then. Silly guy.  See now you can ask him yourself. How cool of him. And.... he is sooooo educated that he is a Director at 2 companies at the same time and even has time to build websites. What a guy.

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@everyone. I wasn't offedned by his comments, it's all cool. I was expecting a comment like this from someone anyone. I knew someone whose been here for long would respond this way out of concern for the community. It's all cool, which is why I didn't use any foul language, and still wanted to get his feedback as I see that he's an experienced member here. @Xilobyte @Mercury and others: thanks for all the feedback and help guys; I'll keep myself at distance from that site and also let my loved ones know about it. Once again, thank you for your comments with regards to the site. :)

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