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Scammers tricks
« on: November 10, 2020, 07:19:08 PM »
While many scammers are fairly easy to spot, others are more cunning.
One trick often employed is to clone a legitimate company,  perhaps a broker for example, and use forums and social media to push a website that may be identical to the legitimate website and will include the correct address, registration and regulation details, everything you would want to see. The only difference will be that when you click a link you are directed somewhere else entirely. Sometimes there may be a tiny difference in the website domain- .co instead of .com, a hyphen in the company name, or slightly different spelling.

If you receive something unsolicited or unexpectedly and it appears too good to be true, search on the FCA  website below to see if you can verify them.

https://www.fca.org.uk/scamsmart?gclid=CjwKCAiAkan9BRAqEiwAP9X6UWhMNsbP-dRv7Gh1rISiy1tM_3e5vltoz7fMvRDb_nGcFFF7Dp8BTxoC1gcQAvD_BwE
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Re: Scammers tricks
« Reply #1 on: November 10, 2020, 07:27:58 PM »
The bulk of these scammers you will find are either from Cyprus or Nigeria

have heard of some serious sad stories of traders loosing their capital
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