BC Academy Review – Good Opportunity Or Big Scam?

BC Academy ReviewRecently, this business has been getting a lot of attention.

In fact, there is lots of hype and buzz going around including people pitching it left, right and centre.
I’ve noticed a lot of people pitching it on social media.

Now, first off, let me make it clear I am NOT promoting this business opportunity as an affiliate or distributor.

I have all the facts about this business in my BC Academy Review so you can learn the full truth about it!

Is the business legit or a scam?

Does it deliver on it’s promises?

I explain in my Review of BC Academy before you.

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What The Heck Is BC Academy?

The market of cryptocurrency is quickly becoming one of the most popular ones out there for multi-level marketing. While there are some companies that have been able to construct a successful business model off of this market, the majority of companies that we see in this field turn out to be schemes of some sort.

That may seem like a dark thing to say, but it’s the unfortunate truth with companies like this.

One such company went by the name of uFun Club. uFun Club launched back in 2012, and the company’s main focus was centered around some sort of cryptocurrency that went by the name of uToken. However, it was quickly revealed that uToken held little-to-no real value and that the company was using the same model of Ponzi points that we first saw implemented with the company Zeek Rewards.

Unfortunately for those who got involved with uFun Club, it didn’t take long before the law caught up with them.

In April of 2015, last year, authorities in Thai took charge by shutting down uFun Club and arresting investors that had gotten involved with the scheme.

Despite all of this, the management team behind uFun Club was determined to keep the spirit and scheme of their company alive and well. As a result of the Thai authorities cracking down on what they were up to, the creators behind uFun Club decided to pack up, move to Malaysia, and relaunch their scheme under the name of Unascos.

However, as you’d probably expect, there was little interest for people to invest into Unascos with it launching so shortly behind the collapse of uFun Club.

With investment levels running low and failing to ever pick up to a level that was able to sustain the company, Unascos was met with a rather speedy collapse.

The management behind uFun Club and Unascos must be under the impression that a third time’s a charm, because they’ve rebranded themselves once again. This time around, we’re looking at a company by the name of BC Academy.

According to some of the marketing material that BC Academy is pushing out –

“Our vision is to become the ‘Google’ in the precious metal world and the world’s biggest information gateways specialized in precious metal, particularly silver and related investment opportunities.”

This is incredibly similar to what uFun Club set out to do when it first launched, so it’s quite apparent that the folks behind BC Academy aren’t doing too much to cover their tracks when it comes to their rocky past.

Bc Academy Scam

When looking at the domain name for the BC Academy website, we can see that it was first registered back on December 12th of 2015. However, since the domain was registered under a private state, we’re unable to get any other info from the registration. Who registered the domain and where the registration took place are left unknown, and although this doesn’t come as much surprise, it doesn’t help BC Academy’s case at all.

When looking through the company’s official website, there don’t appear to be any clear indications right off the bat that BC Academy is related to uFun Club. However, if you do just a little bit of research into the company as a whole, it doesn’t take long for these ties to start popping up rather quickly.

This is immediately recognizable when looking at Facebook.

A number of affiliates for BC Academy are saying that the company is “formerly known as Unascos.” It doesn’t get much more blatant than that, folks.

However, this isn’t even the most obvious post that solidifies the connection between BC Academy and uFun Club/Unascos.

According to a Facebook post that was published by Cel C Can to the Facebook group called “VGEmpire ~ BCAcademy (former Unascos IPO & Ecommerce)” –

“All your uToken investment will now be converted into UCS (US dollars) of Bookcoins. Please login and fill in your personal info as requested, including your own passport info. Your username and password are the same as those of uFun.”

In addition to this, the post also goes on to say that all shares of equity that folks get within BC Academy will be issued through the use of Bookcoins.

Casey Tan, the person who sent out this post, was one of the very few people out there who actually made money off of uFun Club and Unascos. However, as we know, she only made that cash by scamming other people out of it.

And, from what we’ve been able to tell, Bookcoins appear to be some sort of revival of uTokens. And, in that post, Casey Tan tries to sell some wild pitch about how Bookcoins will be tradeable on the New York Stock Exchange within about 2 or 3 years.

Yeah right.

And, despite BC Academy advertising Bookcoins as the next big thing in the world of cryptocurrency, the company’s website offers hardly any actual information or detail about Bookcoins.

All that’s listed on the site in relation to the topic is the following –

“All of the investment opportunities are carefully examined in a stringent manner where their business model, legal and financial outlay will be intensively scrutinized. We are closely aligned with our investors, and our performance is measured over the mid-long term.”

That’s it.

While these investments are supposedly being closely examined, they don’t mention anything about who’s actually looking at them. And, if you know anything at all about investing, that’s a huge bit of information to leave out.

Although we’d hope that no one falls for the scam that’s in operation here, the Facebook posts that we’re seeing would suggest otherwise. We strongly advise against getting involved with BC Academy, and we’ll be sure to keep you posted in regards to what actually happens with BC Academy going down the road.

In the meantime, stay safe and keep your cash away from these crooks.

 

So, Is There A BC Academy Scam Going On?

So, like with all business opportunities, you will hear things around the internet about there being a BC Academy scam or something like that.

And from what you have read, you may also wonder if this is legit or a complete scam.

So, what’s the truth?

Is there a BC Academy scam going on or is this legit?

Well, to be honest, BC Academy is not really a proper scam or anything like that.

But there are some things to be aware of (see conclusion section).

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Finally, My BC Academy Review And Conclusion!

Hopefully, you have found my BC Academy Review useful.

I wanted to give a lot of details because there have been other review of BC Academy which were a bit thin on the detail side.

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