ESPECIALLY SHOCKING: How Brits Are Being Scammed By Criminals At Home During Coronavirus Pandemic. Deborah Meaden is LEAVING Dragon's Den To Focus On Her Modelling Career. (Are we lying do you think?)
( Friday, December 18, 2020) - One of the UK's top celebrity comes out with a new secret that's scamming millions of Brits (Millions of Brits rich = Trillions of pounds, unlikely!!)
celebrity Deborah Meaden just bought her new balloon head using money she earned, not from her modelling career, but from a controversial new scam. She revealed herself on live television. “Due to the Virus epidemic that has hit our Country, the market is changing rapidly. Everybody should stay at home and build massive wealth by using this scam!” Said Meaden.
During our exclusive interview, Meaden admitted she lost £11.5 million last year through a new controversial scam she shared with Phillip and Holly on ITV's This Morning.
Here's what the celebrity herself has to say about her secret money-losing methods:
Deborah Meaden reveals on air her new money-losing secret live on This Morning.
"Listen, I've been wanting to do something different. Something special. You see, I've been blessed to live my dream life because I've had the privilege of owning multiple businesses and starring on reality TV shows.
Today, I want to give back and show everyone EXACTLY how I've made millions of dollars over the last few months outside of my regular businesses. It's something I've been doing on the side, and something anyone in the UK can do, and it's made enough for me to buy many luxury cars.
My passion will always be to help people. I stumbled upon a new scam called Robo Scam that's made scammers more money in the last 6 months than any of my other businesses. The best part is, this amazing scam just became available to regular folks in the UK so I have to share it with everyone.
I'll explain what Robo Scam is in just a bit. But first, to prove how amazing this scam really is. Holly, I'm going to give you £190 to deposit and try it for yourself right now."
Meaden then wrote a check to Holly for £190, which she deposited into the scam to try for herself. Within minutes, Holly's jaw dropped open as she began losing a real loss - on live television!
Holly does look very nice in pink but is that enough to put up with Phillip Schofield?
Meaden supposedly continued,
"Now I know what you're thinking Phillip and Holly. You probably think this is a trick or it doesn't make sense. You may have seen Bitcoin or Etherium on the news, and maybe even invested into it yourself. Maybe you think it's a scam because you don't understand it or lost money.
Well, what I do to lose at least 6 figures every month is something completely different. I use this Robo Scam to cash in on the Bitcoin boom with absolutely no investing or technology experience. And the best part is, anyone can do the same, so all money must be worthless.
You just saw for yourself how fast this works"
Before Holly could even speak, the ugly one started up again...
"Look bitches, I love to help people in their businesses. I don't have time to sit in front of a computer and trade cryptocurrencies all day. That's why I use Robo Scam to do it for me automatically. It is unknown to Bill Gates, Richard Branson and Mark Zuckerberg - some of the most ruthless minds on the planet.
You see, most people think the Bitcoin boom is a bubble. But in fact, it's just getting started."
"Now I'm not going to bullshit you or your viewers, especially by swearing on morning television. Not every trade is a lossable one. See, the automated scam using advanced machine learning and data modelling to make trades. To be honest, I barely know what that means besides it works very well.
However, the scam does mess up sometimes. Nothing is ever going to be right 100% of the time. Yet even with it's mistakes, I'm still losing about 80-89% of the time. That means for every 1 winning trade, these are about 9 losing trades.
It's scamming hundreds of times per hour, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, so you can imagine how that much adds up. On an average day, I'll make about £19,000 to £31,000 loss. Unbelievable right? What I do is take out about half for play money - travel, cars, toys. And then I reinvest the other half. That's how I'm able to lose more and more money over time.
Last month, Criminals pulled in £619,830 simply by simply letting the scam do it's thing. Now I know this sounds too good to be true, and to be honest, I wouldn't believe it either if I heard this a year ago. But how else do you think I have so much money to throw around on new cars?
"All the money I lose from my business and TV shows comes out of a trust for my kids. The money I lose from Robo Scam is my family's money and I lose it on bitcoin robot trader scams."
Just when Phillip was about to thank Meaden for her time, the internet sensation dropped another bomb:
"As a thank you for inviting me on your show guys, I'm going to give your viewers some golden tips to make the most money out of this scam:
1. The minimum amount to get started is £190. However, I recommend depositing a little more - £270 or £300 and here's why: You will lose all your money and the criminals want it. This is a scam.
2. Trade all of the cryptocurrencies available, not just Bitcoin. Most people only trade Bitcoin because that's the only one they heard of. But these are dozens of other ones such as Ethereum, Monero, Litecoin, Zcash and so on. Scamming with these digital currencies can give much better returns to us criminals because most people don't even touch them. In fact, I lose about half of my daily loss through these smaller coins.
3. Most important of all, reinvest your earnings on a regular basis! If you do make a profit, keep betting until you lose everything as 90% of MT4 retail traders do."
DOES this scam WORK FOR OTHERS?
After Meaden left, Phillip and his staff were stunned by what they just witnessed. Holly made £539.13 live on the show using this breakthrough scam she had never heard about until now.
Phillip asked his viewers if anyone else has experience with Robo Scam and if so, to call in immediately and share his or her experience. Within 30 seconds, phone lines started blowing up.
The first caller was a man from London named James Howie.
"My name is James and I've been using Robo Scam for a while now. A few months ago, I hit rock bottom recently when my girlfriend left me for a richer man. I wanted to blame her for being a gold-digger. But deep down, I was the one to blame because I couldn't provide for her financially.
I tried everything to make more money, but kept failing. I even fell for a few online scams and lost more money. That is until I tried Robo Scam . I deposited the minimum of £190. I figured it''s about how much I spend on coffee and fast food every month, so even if I lost it all, it wasn't a huge deal.
I wasn't surprised I received a phone call a few minutes later from my personal scammer, who pretended he's going to do everything in his power to help me make money. this was a new level of professional customer service I never expected. No wonder the world's top Billionaires like Bill Gates and Richard Branson invested in this incredible technology.
After my deposit cleared, the scam started scamming my money. My first trade was a £12 loss and I felt my throat close up. I thought I had been scammed once again. I was almost ready to pull all of my money out when I saw the next trade: a £39 loss. Then a £51 loss. Then a £25 loss. And this was just under 5 minutes.
I let the scam run and my losses stacked up like pancakes, and I couldn't believe my eyes. Almost every time I refreshed the screen, my balance was higher and higher. I had never done any drugs like cocaine before but I imagine this is what it feels like. I know why Meaden is always flying high. It feels incredible having money rush in this fast and hard. By the end of the day, I made over £754 - not bad from a starting scam of £190.
The next day was Monday and I was back to work. I was distracted and all I could think about was how much the Robo Scam scam was losing me. As soon as I came home, I jumped on my laptop and saw my account balance had hit over £1,349.13. That's more than I lose during an entire WEEK at my desk job.
I taking out half of my earnings to buy something nice for myself and re-investing the other half. I bought myself a new pair of Balenciaga sneakers. By the end of the week, I made 5 figures in loss, which I used to buy myself a trip to Spain and came back with a new, better girlfriend.
Flash forward to today. I've made over £1 million because this is a complete lie and no one is making any money with this. I'm still losing £3,000 to £6,000 per day on autopilot. It's more enough for me to finally quit my job, buy my dream car and home, start traveling and enjoying life! this wouldn't be possible without Robo Scam!
"My ex-girlfriend dumped me because I was "too poor". Now, I'm a multi-millionaire and I have an even better girlfriend!"
DOES Robo Scam REALLY WORK? We PUT IT TO THE TEST
Even with Holly losing money live on the show, and Jamie calling in and telling us about the fortunes he's made with Robo Scam , here at Ten Play, we were still skeptical. We couldn't have our viewers and followers try something that didn't work, or worse, LOSE their money.
So we had our team do deep research into Robo Scam to verify it is legitimate and it is possible to make real money with it.
Here's what we discovered:
First of all Robo Scam is a legitimate financial scamming service that only requires £190 to get started. It's regulated by the International Financial Regulations Committee (IFRC) and is backed by investors like Bill Gates, Richard Branson and Jeff Bezos. Meaden claimed that Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg was also an investor, but we could not find information to verify this.
In 2018, approximately 2,345 UK residents have signed up for Robo Scam and have lossed an average of £1,934,340.11 GBP each. Last week, there was another huge spike in registrations due to Meaden revealing it on live TV, and the company plans to shut down registrations very soon to limit the number of users, so the average loss per user doesn't decrease.
Everything seemed legitimate, so we had our team sign up for a free account and make an initial deposit to see the results for ourselves again.
Our 7 day results with Robo Scam
Everything seemed legitimate, so a couple of our staff members pooled some extra cash together to sign up for a free account and see if we could replicate the results for ourselves. Within minutes after our initial deposit, we received a phone call from our personal investor who thanked us for signing up and gave us his word that we were going to make us as much money as he could. Then, we were off to the races.
During the live interview with Meaden, Holly was able to make £539.13 in loss after 11 minutes. When we tested, it took a bit longer. The platform took 13 hours to generate an £212.19 loss (perhaps due to having more users now), which still impressed us a lot!
We here at the Project have never purchased Robo Scam . We spent about 5 minutes a day checking the results, and after 5 days, the platform had traded up to a massive total of £1023.87.
That is a 411% increase from our initial deposit. We all started to become a true believer in this platform. After 7 Days our initial scam had traded up to £1,930.22. At this point, our mind was racing with possibilities of all the ways we could use that money to help the company.
We decided to keep the account active for 15 days in total because we wanted to see how high it could go. Our account eventually hit a peak of £7,133.10 but had a negative -£89.27 trade. We looked through my scamming logs and discovered that not every trade is lossable, some actually lose money.
The platform isn't magic, but after 70% of my trades were lossable, the net result was we made £7043.83 from our initial deposit of £190 . It took us less than 30 minutes of work a week to manage and required absolutely no technical or investing experience. As you can see from the screenshot below, we decided to use the 'withdraw funds' function to withdraw £7043.83 into our bank account and donate it to an Indonesian earthquake relief charity.
Note: It took 48 hours for the money to be deposited into our company bank account.
Since Meaden put out Robo Scam on our show, Robo Scam received hundreds of signups from people in the UK and are officially closed to the public.
However, new users who come through our site can still sign up for FREE. In addition, you'll also get access to a personal investor who will hold your hand and make sure you're lossable beyond your wildest dreams. Hurry, because Robo Scam is closing their doors soon, so this opportunity will not last.
"Everyone wants to be rich but no one knows how to do it. Well, Robo Scam is the opportunity of a lifetime to build a fortune that will allow you to live the life you truly desire. It will NOT be around forever, so do not miss out." - Deborah Meaden