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  1. #1
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    Sep 2012
    Manchester, UK
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    This one keeps being advertised on Facebook
    Let's try and do some investigation into it.

  2. #2
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    Well, everything is hidden behind private registration. US Citizens are not accepted, as I tried to set up a free account, Zero information on their website who is behind this, where they are located or any registration information. They use juvenile cartoon characters to promote the program in their video, was registered on 9-02-2004 and last updated 5-10-2018. Then was registered April of this year and registration is also set to private. What could possibly go wrong?

    Going to be interesting to see if they setup a FB page and who is promoting this. They don't seem to have any major Ponzi pimps jumping on this bandwagon yet, but it remains to be seen who will be the first to bite. James and Grace Lockett have been awfully quiet of late, maybe this one will catch their eye and jump onboard. Then Ari Macabbi and his cohorts are also likely pimps to jump onboard.
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  3. #3
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    Feb 2013
    Internet Cafe Nigeria
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    Smells like a bucket shop peddling binary options, should be a nice score for the promoters.

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    So where does the fraud come into it? The perpetrators behind many of the binary options websites, primarily criminals located overseas, are only interested in one thing—taking your money. Complaints about their activities generally fall into one of three categories:

    Refusal to credit customer accounts or reimburse funds to customers. This is usually done by cancelling customers’ withdrawal requests, ignoring customer phone calls and e-mails, and sometimes even freezing accounts and accusing the customers themselves of fraud.

    Identity theft. Representatives of binary options websites may falsely claim that the government requires photocopies of your credit card, passport, driver’s license, utility bills, or other personal data. This information could potentially be used to steal your identity.

    Manipulation of trading software. Some of these Internet trading platforms may be reconfiguring the algorithms they use in order to purposely generate losing trades, often by distorting prices and payouts. For example, if a customer has a winning trade, the expiration time is extended until the trade becomes a loss.

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  4. #4
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    Jun 2010
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    so not a wacky progressive insurance ploy?
    Haven't lost any money to online scams.......results are typical.

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