Jeremy Clarkson Bitcoin

NerdMoney Scam

There is a new celebrity target within the headlights of the fake news scammers.

They are still using the This Morning story rubbish, but they have now moved on from the Mirror Newspaper and have begun using the BBC template, even though This Morning is on ITV???

This fake new article is no longer based on interviews of Akshay Philips, or Gordon Ramsey, but has moved on  to Jeremy Clarkson supposedly in the Guardian newspaper.

So let's ask some basic questions:

Has Jeremy Clarkson invested in Bitcoin?

No he hasn't. Jeremy Clarkson has no reason to invest in Bitcoin himself, and even if Bitcoin made up part of his fund he would not be concerned with the details, that is why he pays an investment broker.

Is Jeremy Clarkson using a trading platform?

No he isn't. Once again what would be his motivation for such a move? He is making far more money on Amazon than he ever made on the BBC and his children are grown up. He has no interest in money for it's own sake. His own personal liability if he was to start advertising or promoting a trading platform that took money from people would lose him everything. There is no way he would take that risk.

Has Jeremy Clarkson been on This Morning

No! It is hardly his sort of show is it? We do not know of any evidence at all he has ever considered appearing on the This Morning show. He has been on Jonathan Ross and, before his BBC break-up, Graham Norton. He would not be on This Morning it would raise too many eyebrows and most of the female audience might change the channel!

Does Jeremy Clarkson give financial advice?

No he doesn't. He has no experience in financial matters outside of the occasional phone call with an accountant and makes his money from writing books and appearing on television. He has no interest in finance and so he has no experience worth passing on. Do not believe any website that tells you he is investing in anything.

Has Jeremy Clarkson Invested in NerdCoin?

We are pretty sure that NerdCoin is not actually a currency, but is just a fake product invented to defraud people. We can find no mention of NerdCoin on Coinbase or Coingecko and so assume it is just a scam. There do not appear to be any prices or indexes connected to this coin and so Jeremy Clarkson cannot be investing in or trading it.

Are there wealth loopholes which can transform anyone into a millionaire within 3-4 months?

No there are not wealth loopholes unless you are already rich. Loopholes are made by the rich for the rich to maintain control and to avoid taxation. The rich would never allow for a loophole that could make everyone rich as then no one would be rich as they would all have a lot of worthless money.

Has Jeremy Clarkson been promoting a new app on this Morning

No he hasn't. This Morning may be on ITV but you cannot promote products without prior arrangement with the producers. Anyone claiming that mid interview someone began promoting a mobile phone app that makes everyone rich on national television is taking nonsense. If Clarkson went on This Morning you would have heard about it by now anyway.

Are Autotrading Robots a good bet?

No, there is no such thing as a reliable autotrading robot for cryptocurrency or anything else. If anyone ever created such a robot with supreme financial intelligence then they would guard it with their lives and never pass it on to anyone else. Kept concealed it could be used to gain great wealth. If such robots were released to the public then the stockmarket would evolve so quickly that the robots would reach an equilibrium and the markets would collapse.

Let's have a look at this: https://easysucces.co/pre/uk/jeremy-clarkson

It is also at: https://reviewmytrades.xyz/pre/uk/jeremy-clarkson/?ci=1

So the first thing that we notice is that none of these pictures actually show Schofield and Clarkson in the same room. We cannot imagine that they would be very likely to have a lot in common, although we think they both own a Range Rover.

They use the same ridiculous story about how the celebrity shows off a brand new, risk-free money making machine and then the programme is shut down by the banks to prevent everyone doing it. It really is pathetic.

 

They throw in every media outlet, from Channel4 to BBC and the Guardian and then claim that Clarkson has been showing off this new magic moneymaker app all over the place.

The usual script is here with lots of fake pictures of people bank balances from impossible cryptocurrency trading platforms.

They claim that the system always makes money even though this is impossible.

They claim that the system is only open for a short time to get people to sign up quickly without thinking.

They throw in Bill Gates and Richard Branson with tenuous links to BTC.

Then they show pictures of people with expensive gifts who have nothing to do with this scam.

Finally they make up a story about a man called keith who they are supposedly showing photos of who allegedly made money with their ridiculous product. They show fake cheques that do not at all convincing and fake login pictures that actually still show Immediate Edge rather than NerdMoney.

NerdMoney is the site you are taken through to if you click anything on the Guardian page:

The disclaimer is certainly the most comprehensive so far:

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OUR VERDICT: NERDMONEY IS A: SCAM !!!