Latest gadget ‘scams’ on crowdfunding websites

We recently reported on Triton, the fake gadget that allows you to breathe underwater. It had raised $600,000+ when we published the article, but today, the figure is around $338,327 as we believe many people figured out their scam and got a refund. But there are still MANY people who believe in tech projects which are too good to be true, and you should stay away from them. Please do proper research before fund any project. Yes, some projects are great and deliver great value, but there is a lot of shady stuff going on and we decided to let you know some of the earlier ‘scams’ that succeeded on Kickstarter or Indiegogo. Quantifying the number of crowdfunding campaigns that […]

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