Were you aware?
- If you ever sent your identification documents to the “investment” firm you were dealing with so that your account can be “verified” – your details may have been sold on the dark web to identity thieves. Furthermore, the only reason you were requested to send these files is so they could try and protect themselves in case you chargeback (when you chargeback).
- Internet-based fraudulent trading platforms manipulate the trading software to distort prices and payouts. For example, when a customer’s trade is “winning,” the countdown to expiration is extended arbitrarily until the trade becomes a loss. In addition, higher ‘spreads’ are given to customers who exhibit risky behavior (i.e – stand to actually profit).
- The platform you thought you were trading on was never connected to any financial market or exchange. It was used as the needle by which the fiction was weaved into reality.
- Every interaction you had with your “advisor” over any communication tool is logged in their client management systems as “notes”, to be used against you in future conversations.
- The bonus you were told was beneficial to the account, in actuality, was meant to facilitate in building the illusion that you cannot withdraw, due to some ridiculous, illegal contract.
- If you were ever promised a guarantee or a “risk-free contract”, know that the insurance you thought you had purchased or acquired was nothing more than more of the same factitious bonus money.
- Any “special” arrangement in the form of an upgrade to a certain ‘trading group’ or a “Uniquely designed trading plan” was probably created by their analyst, which in 99.9% of cases has absolutely no qualification to perform these duties and holds no appropriate license or even education in these matters.
- If you were ever told that your account manager was fired, that he or she died in a car accident, moved abroad or was relocated – it was to set the ground for the next account manager.
- If you ever spoke to the “manager” of your advisor or in general, a different authoritative figure – you probably spoke to the scammer’s teammate or team leader.
- If you were ever blamed for losing a trade for any reason; If you were told that you “logged” the trade too late or too soon; You “missed” the opening, took too long, argued too much etc – it is highly probable that you have been scammed.
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