Binary options: Beware of the dog!

Binary options: Beware of the dog!

Ads promoting a global internet scam, now "dressed up local" to appeal to gullible South Africans keen on making a quick buck, are popping up everywhere – even on reputable news sites 

News24’s daily online news site recently included among the day’s recommended news items, a click-through tag for a story tantalisingly headlined: “South African Makes His Millions While Traveling the World Living the 5-Star Lifestyle!”

Click on it and you’re through to what appears from its layout to be a business section, reassuringly titled 24BusinessMag, where the “make-millions-while-traveling” lead story has the sub-heading: “24BusinessMag’s Finance Editor investigates this money-making wonder.”

As might be expected on a legitimate News24 site, the finance editor’s name is Richard Joubert. His story begins: “Patrick Coetzee never thought it possible that he could work online while at the same time be in charge of how much money he wants to make. It happened one day when he learned about a secret money-making system that turned his life around. Now, he makes a huge income while traveling the world first-class …

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Submitted by : Gravitas on 2016-12-29 16:28:03
Scams of this kind are not new, even if this one has been refined to the nth degree
It is surprising however that Facebook is prepared to publish this deadly and obviously untrue material.
This at the eventual cost of their own credibility and standing
One would expect that it would be seen and treated as "fake news" .
Submitted by : Mike Turner of RANDBURG on 2016-12-05 10:29:23
The "Richard Branson" advert on Facebook is run along similar lines: CAVEAT EMPTOR !!!
Submitted by : old owl on 2016-11-28 06:59:50
why forget " If something is too good to be true, it usually is!"

Also, why should anyone offer the key to instant fortune, with much marketing effort, when they "could" enjoy it all for themselves alone at no trouble?
Surely not a charitable venture!


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