Scam Warning !! Fake Reviews Site


This is a copy of the site onlineinvestmentsguide.com

Here we can see that the page you are taken to by the ad: https://www.moneyadvisor.investments/digital-coins-uk-btc-price-uk/ gives the results above, whereas just browsing to their site gives: 

This is typical of the scammer fake news sites that they pretend to give advice but are just another fake news scam. This whole site is designed to mislead people and no doubt they have a site for Australia too. We do not know the link though.

The giveaway warning at the bottom:

Risk Warning: Trading Forex (FX), Commodities, Options, and CFDs are a high-risk activity and you may lose more than your initial deposit. Please be sure you thoroughly understand the risks involved and do not invest money you cannot afford to lose. Your capital is at risk.

So this 'review' site has exactly the same warning at the bottom of the page that features on sites like Bitcoin Rush, which seems like an odd warning to have on a review site, when all they had to say was that the reviews on their site are merely opinions and do not grant any rights, implied or otherwise, or transfer any responsibility to them. They do not even offer CFD trading, unless of course they are deliberately recommending CFD products because they are taking a fee.

Well because the site is nervous that you will hold them responsible for your losses, this seems like a likely explanation. Let's add a few dollars to their income by clicking a few links and seeing if there are any obvious aff=### components in the forwarding url:



So here we have it - they are not just the affiliates, they host this server at acedeals.net where they use all of the brand names associated with broker scams to try and defraud victims into losing money with retail CFD accounts which they warn us : 76.4% of retail CFD accounts lose money

These are the real scammers. The brokers just run a brokerage. The fact that most accounts lose money is just as easy to blame upon the traders as it is upon the brokers. It is the misrepresentation of the products in the first place that makes these people enter the trading arena unprepared and that is why so many retail accounts lose money and why so many brokers are so keen to get people signed up.