THE TWO MOST OBVIOUS SIGNS OF A FOREX SCAMMER
Most scammers know this world is full of fools who want to get rich quick. Fulfilling their desires, scammers offer what fools want: supercars, expensive holidays, plenty of cash, etc. All by - of course - yesterday.
If you search for terms like “Forex signals” or “Crypto signals” on social media (mainly on Instagram) you will get confusingly lot results. There are two main types of signal provider accounts. The first one is the boring one. They post charts, perhaps some figures in pounds, dollars, euros. The second one is the exciting one. They post pictures of expensive restaurant dinners, beautiful beaches, a bag (or more) full of cash, and amazing cars.
First sign of a scammer: cash, holidays, cars, luxurious restaurants. Pictures taken mainly from Google or from other people’s Instagram posts. All your dreams, desires, wishes. Of course, no sign of chart analysis or any kind of trading knowledge. That would not be simply boring but also, scammers usually know less about trading than YOU do. You, who are seeking out for help and education.
The second sign of a scammer is how and what he starts talking about when you contact them to enquire about their services. Sooner or later the scammers will ask you to A) send them money or B) send them your login details to your trading account. Rest assured - they say - they will trade for you with a high success rate and they will never disappear with your money. They show you a diagram, which breaks it down how much to invest and how much you will definitely get in return. Invest $200, get $2000 in 2 days. Invest $500, get $5000 in 5 days. Invest $1000, get $10000 in 10 days. And so on. A tiny investment and you get huge returns - guaranteed!
I always thought a conversation like this would be self-explanatory and would ring a huge red “ALARM” bell immediately for anyone. In the last few years however, especially since I started my signals service, I had to realise I was mistaken. Today, unfortunately, I personally know way too many people who fell into the traps of these scammers. These naive people gave their account details with their passwords to scammers or have sent them serious amounts of money in the hope of huge returns. They were wrong.
I have been online since 1998. That was the year when I created my first website. I cannot remember what and for how long I did before that, but probably I first got on the Internet way before 1998. Anyways. Right from 1998 all I heard was: never give your passwords to anyone, never send money to anyone. For more than 20 years these simple Internet rules have been around now. Even today you can constantly hear them on the radio, TV, read about them in magazines, newspapers, online journals, blogs… everywhere! Yet, there are fools all around the world who still provide scammers their passwords or send them money because of some goodlooking Instagram posts.
So. How many cars have I posted on my Instagram account? None. How many times you saw me on holiday with a bag full of cash? None. How many times I asked you to give me your account password? None. Come on. Doubt me one more time if I’m a scammer, bitch!