Royal Couple Endorse Bitcoin Sucker

Now we do not know your social situation or background, but if you really are going to believe that Meghan Markle and her husband are really going to appear upon the ITV show This Morning to discuss a way of making everyone rich against the will of the central banks then you should bear in mind that there will never be a rich person who wants to see other people become rich, as then they are not rich, they are just normal, just like you.

So what is the likelihood that anyone will ever appear on a television programme and announce a way that everyone can become rich, even if places are limited? Zero. Absolutely zero. There is no chance.

So now that we have that out of the way then let's have a look at this rather silly fake new story:

So the idea is that for some reason the Royal Couple went on a rather rubbish TV programme and, although they have no photos of them together, spoke to Philip Schofield, who interviewed them about a magic formula on your phone that magically uses cryptocurrency somehow to make you rich all day no matter where you are and without running the battery down.

Sounds pretty amazing, huh?

Well, that's because it is bollocks! 

No wealthy person will ever appear on mainstream media and tell you how to become wealthy. It does not work that way.

This is a scam.