SPECIAL REPORT: Christian Bale’s Latest Investment Has Experts in Awe And Big Banks Terrified - SPAM !!!

SPECIAL REPORT: Christian Bale’s Latest Investment Has Experts in Awe And Big Banks Terrified

SPECIAL REPORT: Christian Bale’s Latest Investment Has Experts in Awe And Big Banks Terrified - SPAM !!!


Christian Bale does not invest in seedy, offshore Bitcoin trading companies - this is a scam!!

Do not trade with any of the companies linked to from this page, regardless of where you see it!!!


SPECIAL REPORT: Christian Bale’s Latest Investment Has Experts in Awe And Big Banks Terrified

British citizens are NOT already raking in millions of dollars from home using this "wealth loophole" - but is it legitimate?

These two people are not in the same photograph!!!


(ABC News) - Christian Bale is one of the world's highest-paid actors in show business(well actors usually are), but what separates him from other actors is how he leverages his finances to extend his wealth (Why would he do that? He is not a man motivated by just money.) With his latest investment, it looks like his money-making kingdom is set to continue even after he quit Hollywood. (Believe nothing you read on this page.)

Last week, he appeared on The Project (What's 'The Project'?) and announced a new "wealth loophole" which he says can transform anyone into a millionaire within 3-4 months. Christian urged everyone in UK to jump on this amazing opportunity before the big banks shut it down for good. No he didn't, anyone who discovers a loophole keeps it to themselves.

And sure enough, minutes after the interview was over, Bank of England called to stop Christian's interview from being aired- it was already too late. No they didn't, believe me, nothing that would hurt the Rothschild empire is ever allowed on TV.

Here's exactly what happened:

The Project co-host Waleed Aly invited Christian on the show to share any tips he had on building wealth and the British entrepreneur and philantropist dropped a bomb:

"What's made me successful is jumping into new opportunies quickly- without any hesitation (this is a recipe for bankruptcy, not wealth). And right now, my number one money-maker is a new cryptocurrency auto-trading program called Bitcoin Trader There is no such thing as a successful automatic trader that is resold to the public as it would stop the stock market from ever working again. Share would be worthless. If you had one why would you ever tell anyone else anyway?  . It's the single biggest opportunity I've seen in my entire lifetime to build a small fortune fast. I urge everyone to check this out before the banks shut it down." He didn't say that.

The Project co-host Waleed Aly was left in disbelief as Christian pulled out his phone and showed viewers how much money he's making through this new money-making program that now has everyone in UK whispering. Christian Bale is a man of taste and would do no such thing.

Christian's currently estimated net worth is £2.3M, in January his net worth was estimated at £1.1M, Christian's net worth has gone up by £1.2M in just few months, part of that is thanks to this new "wealth loophole"


The segment ran out of time before Christian could elaborate, so we got an exclusive interview with the man himself to learn more about this controversial opportunity.


"You may have heard about this new cryptocurrency investment platform called Bitcoin Trader that’s helping regular people in the UK, Asia and North America build fortunes overnight. You may be skeptical because it sounds too good to be true."

Christian continues:

“I get that because I thought the same thing when a trusted friend told me about it. But after seeing with my own eyes how much money he was making, I had to try it for myself.

I'm glad I tried it because it was some of the biggest and easiest money I've ever made. I'm talking tens of thousands of Pounds a day on autopilot. it’s literally the fastest way to make a windfall of cash right now. And it’s not going to last for much longer when more and more people find out about it. Or when banks shut it down for good.”

Christian Bale is an actor and has nothing to do with Bitcoin Trader.




The idea behind Bitcoin Trader is straightforward: To allow the average person to lose all of their money to offshore phantom companies from whom they will never recover it.

Although Bitcoin price has dropped from it’s all time high of £16,399.04 per Bitcoin, traders are still making a killing. Why? Because traders make money from patterns and behaviour in the market and bet sensibly on known variables.

Some of these cryptocurrencies including Ripple, Ethereum, Monero, Zcash and Ripple and they have all crashed just as people started investing in them because they were a bubble made by the central banks to defraud people.

Bitcoin Trader is a website that is repolished and replayed like a tramp trying to sell an old coat, by the same international criminal gang over and over. The website pretends to make you money so that you invest more and as soon as you try and withdraw it, the balance dwindles until you get nothing. It's called a con.

Bitcoin Trader is backed by none of the smartest tech minds to ever exist. Richard Branson, Elon Musk and Bill Gates just to name a few.

Bill Gates and Richard Branson discuss Bitcoin Trader at CES 2019.


These tech geniuses have built multi-billion companies on solving complex issues like online payments, computing, and transportation. Now, they’re enjoying the global problem of wealth inequality by not letting anyone - no matter how rich or poor they are - make enough money to enjoy a happy and fulfilling life. It's called debt, and it is how they enslave us.


Christian Bale goes on stage somewhere, and has never said this:

"We're seeing hard economic times, and this is the solution people have been waiting for. Never in history have we had such an amazing opportunity that ordinary people can easily take advantage of to generate tremendous wealth in such a short time.

Some people are hesitant to try this because it’s so obviously a con. And that’s because the big banks are trying to get you in debt! The big banks are actively creating propaganda and calling platform like Bitcoin Trader a scam. Why? Because it is, and the central banks are too.

The truth is, cryptocurrency should have been the revolution of our lifetime and buried the mass murdering media/oil barons for good.. I’ve already received angry calls and threats from big financial corporations because I want to end this current madness, and return sovereign currencies to nations to end interest paid by everyone to one tiny people who haven't earned it.

I'm sharing this because I want people to realise the debt that provides an education is simply the beginning of slavery. A qualification is not a useful thing, it traps you in one palace and one job, and stops you seeing the true nature of a profession or a career, which is a life wasted in servitude.”

Steven Baker used the profits he earned from Bitcoin Trader to buy his little brother his dream car. What an inspiring way to use wealth for good!

DOES BITCOIN TRADER REALLY WORK? No Of Course Not, It would Destroy the Market if a Robot Always Won!

Our senior editors wouldn't let us to publish the interview that has nothing to do with Christian Bale until we verified that Bitcoin Trader is a phantom concept designed to defraud poor and lonely people.

So our editorial team tested Bitcoin Trader and was defrauded of £25,000. He spent months trying to recover his money but to no avail. He had checked review site, but many of the scambroker type sites are run by the scammers and review the most dangerous sites alongside genuine ones to help sites like Bitcoin Trader steal more money.

Zachary is a made up 53-year-old father of 2 girls whose imaginary wife lost her job last year due to illness. He admitted he was struggling financially and this phony investment opportunity pretended to be the answer as they realised he was desperate.


Zach's family was struggling to make ends meet and mistakenly thought that Bitcoin Trader could relieve the financial pressure, so he lost all of his remaining money to these criminals.

Zachary reports:

"At first, when I read the preposterous 'interview' not with Christian , I thought it was joking. Why the heck would anyone so wealthy waste time with these offshore jokers, so I wrote this article exposing these liars for the sake of what remains of good journalism.

I watched an introductory video about the platform because they wabt you to jump in without reading the T&Cs, so video is perfect. The video seemed to be over-promising because the target audience are stupid people with no financial sense. Within a few hours, I Lost all of my money to spread betting on Cryptocurrencies using false software run by companies in the middle of the Pacific. It was the biggest mistake of my life, Period.

My personal investor even promised that if I lose even a single dime, he would promptly roll around on the floor, laughing at how stupid I had been.

Once I received access to the platform, I deposited my initial investment of £286.98. That's about is what my family spends on junk food every month, as we're not wealthy American Jewish people, as my name implies, but actually from a council estate in Lancashire, and have become so fat, we need machines to assist us to breathe.

The Bitcoin Trader system itself is a cryptocurrency auto-defrauding platform. The software pretends to use advanced AI algorithms and machine learning to predict exactly when cryptocurrencies will go up and down, but actually just grows the fake balance number on the screen until you deposit more. Then it will automatically pretend to buy and sell for you around the clock until you ask for a withdrawal. Then the balance will dwindle and the support lines will stop working"


"Within 1 hour of depositing £286.98, the software had already defrauded me. To be honest, I should have known it would lose all of my money. And sure enough, my first trade was a fake and I made a total loss!

I felt my throat close up. I knew I had been scammed. I was even ready to call my personal investor (because all poor people have those) and ask for my money back. But then I remembered what my he told me earlier on our call: The algorithm is right about the time, you have just been done mate. You’re not going to win ANY trade, vecause there are none, the whole thing is a scam to defraud people.

So I imagined the software trading for me and watched it closely raise the fake balance. The next trade was imaginary profitable! Only £15.58 but it was still something imaginary. Then the next trade was £41.82 profit. Then £18.04 profit, making a total profit of £54.94 And this was all under 5 minutes, because it isn't freakin' real!

Soon I started scooping up faeces like ice-cream and I couldn’t believe my eyes. Every time I refreshed the screen, my fake profits grew higher and higher. I felt like I was on drugs because this was such an exciting rush, which is how they con you into investing more money!

Everytime I refreshed my trading dashboard, my fake profits grew higher and higher. It was such an delusionally exciting rush!

Now I know why Christian Bale is in a good mood all the time, he's a Hollywood actor. And why the big banks don’t want people anywhere near this wealth loophole. By the end of the day, I had made over £618.24 in fake profit, an infinite loss from a starting investment of £286.98! I was so deluded I barely got any sleep.

The next day was Tuesday and I had to go back to work. To be 'honest' (and don’t tell my boss this, even though you don't know who he is and this whole thing is just a pack of lies), it was hard to focus on my job knowing the Bitcoin Trader defrauding software was taking my money.

I snuck out to the bathroom a few times to check my fake profits, and they kept stacking up (with a real loss here and there whenever I invested more). At the end of the day, before I put my kids to sleep, my fake account balance showed £1,106.12. That’s more than I earn in a WEEK at my regular job, but at least that's real money!

By the end of the week, I made an imaginary balance of £4,385.92. I tried to withdraw exactly £3,689.78 and suddenly the balance dwindled, and I realised that the whole thing had been a scam all along and that I had been swindled. I am still trying to get the banks to admit they shouldn't have allowed such strangle balance transfers to offshore accounts and accounts in Eastern Europe. I suspect many of these people are ex-KGB and other Eastern Block security services."


Zach's received a cheque from the criminal courts for £3,689.78 for his first two weeks of working undercover to get the people behind Bitcoin Trader arrested and convicted.

Zach continues,

"Now, I am consistently telling people about the dangers of Bitcoin scams based on fake trading bots like Bitcoin Trader. Now, the money just gets deposited into a bank account every day. The people at the top run off and keep all the money, and leave the staff answering the phone to deal with all of the complaints.

Luckily, I LOVE my job here because I get get a cut of all of the illicit proceeds, otherwise I would have quit by now. I did, however, plan a vacation for my family to Bali Indonesia to avoid a prison sentence, but we had to spend eight months in Belize whilst the case blew over and the bosses got my fake London office back on track!

This wouldn’t be possible without Mr. Christian’s generosity and sharing his secret live on television. And I’m happy I took the risk to try Bitcoin Trader myself. My wife is happier than ever and my kids’ toy cupboard is well stocked.

My co-workers are kicking themselves they didn’t realise the kind of people we are, as they have been left holding the baby, so to speak, and they actually have a conscience."


To get started, you only need your computer, smartphone, or tablet with internet access. You must not have any specific knowledge regarding finance or you will know better than  to use a computer to defraud yourself by browsing our part of the internet. You don’t need any technology or cryptocurrency experience because the software and your personal investor guarantees you make a profit, because they believe they are untraceable., unaccountable, and unstoppable, so please proved them wrong.

Another perk of this programme is you get to start when you want, so the criminals make money every day and every night. You can make your own schedule- whether that's 5 hours a week or 50 hours a week, which makes no sense if this thing is really automatic and you just check the balance. Just start the auto-'trading' defrauding software when you wish, and you can pause if you want (But it makes no difference once you have invested though, as you'll never get it back).

To save our reader’s time and double check the bot's functionality, Zachary kindly created a guide to getting started on the system.


The first thing you see is a video showing off the power of Bitcoin Trader . The advertising is big and bold and in your face, but it is pretending to be an American product and that's how conmen do things. Anyway, you simply submit your name and email address next to the video to get hounded by criminals right away.

(Tip: Even if you don't decide to lose any money by sending it to these scammers, I recommend signing up now because They'll keep pestering you, on the hope that you'll crack.)

Next up, you're asked to fund your account. As I was navigating the deposit page, my mobile rang. It was a imposter international number so I was hesitant to answer and I realised it was obviously from international thieves.

Sure enough, it was a conman trying to defraud me by pretending to offer a no-loss always-win load of Bitcoin Trader lies. His pitch was great, as confidence tricksters often are. He took me through the entire defraudment process. They defraud all major credit cards like Visa, MasterCard and American Express. I went ahead and lost the minimum amount which is $250 USD or £200, which I will never see again as I just transferred it to somewhere in Romania.

Once funded, I navigated to the "Auto-Trader" section of software, set the trade amount to the recommended £41.00 and enabled it. The software started making trades at a rapid rate and I was concerned at first but realised it was too late by then.

"Everyone wants to be rich but then it would just be a communist state. Well, 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." - Conman


We just received news that as of today (Thursday, September 10, 2020) sadly all positions are filled up by British idiots. Bitcoin Trader want to make you think you need to act in haste so that you invest money with their scams by claiming that they can only accept a limited number of total users to keep the profit per user high. As of right now, they are pretending that there are still (37) spots left, so ignore this nonsense up and don't sign up now to secure your spot.

PROFIT: £4,552.37

"I've never heard of Bitcoin Trader and am just a random happy photo person, I've not taken any initial deposit from £200 to £4,757.36. So do not invest with these people."

Kyle McLennan
Leeds, UK

PROFIT: £7,543.56

"I've been hit by scammers and lost over £7,543.56 in a day of using Bitcoin Trader. Because I can use it on my laptop, I've been travelling around the UK and trying to find these scammers the whole time!"

Jonathan Morris
Birmingham, UK

PROFIT: £18,218.51

"What's a BitCoin, wouldn't you want a whole coin for it to be worth something!"

Lilly Peterson
Sheffield, UK

PROFIT: £34,391.25

"I've had to finally quit my job, thanks entirely to Bitcoin Trader I have been admitted to a mental facility!"

Fredic Paul
Bradford, UK

PROFIT: £6,166.86

"I’ve only been using the Bitcoin Trader for 2 minutes and I have lost £30k."

Julia Keaton
Leicester, UK

PROFIT: £48,167.26

"I look like. the sort of person on reality TV, so I had my hair done like a French Poodle. Together we've lost over £13,939.18 this week"

Jordan Moss & Travis Parks
Westminster, UK

PROFIT: £10,086.23

"Fake Australian links help us defraud people all over the world using Bitcoin Trader and it has changed our lives. Every month we rename the site to stay ahead of all of the police and trading standards people trying to have us arrested and shut down."

Brianna Wiggans
Portsmouth, UK

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Tohloria Christian

I haven't been trading for the last few weeks and made a small fake profit of £1,885.89. I'm not real!

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Tanya Porquez

I never saw this on The Project and didn't sign up yesterday.

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Jennifer Jackson Mercer

A friend of mine used it and recommended it, but he turned out to be a conman and not my friend at all.

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Michael Cash

It is giving me a zero return on investment unlike my stock portfolio!

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David Barrott

It is so easy to use, you just deposit money and then the KGB have a party.

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Amanda Gibson

I saw this on the fake news. Thank you for defrauding me you swines!

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Julie Keyse

I've heard so much about bitcoin and how everybody was using it, I'm going to lose all my money on a whim!

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Peter Williams

I've made over £1,172.53 after just a week of defrauding people with this fake bot.

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Kirsten Bauman Riley

I bought my first bitcoin yesterday and I've just realised it makes my deposit untraceable. Duh!

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Celia Kilgard

worked on me! They got my money via bitcoin and now I have lost everything.

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Alanna 'martin' Payne

Thanks for the info, just realised that this is a fake platform.

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Logan Chang

Been so busy with my kids lately, they saved me from being defrauded. I've given up around £155.79 in 4 days. It's small, so I'm grateful to my kids, they saved me from losing a lot!

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Mark Fadlevich

I've been so impressed by this, I find badly executed fraud videos really inspiring, not.

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Ashley O'Brien Berlin

Really easy to get ripped off these days!!

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Amanda Hickam

Just signed up, wish I had never contacted these people.

Reply.  3 hours ago

Jonathan Jackson

My friend just emailed me this, she got a virus and so did a friend at work and had told her about it. i guess it is disseminated by spam emails.

Reply.  3 hours ago

Travis Wilson Hodge

Telling all my friends about this, I'm working for the KGB, haha!

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Dean Phongsa

Wasn't sure about signing up, but I am so glad I didn't.  I could've lost like £72.98 after just 2 hours on the platform. Really easy and really fast, nothing could be more stupid.

Reply.  4 hours ago

Molly Murley Davis

I've gone ahead and made my initial deposit. I can't wait to get my hand on these scum..

Reply.  6 hours ago

Jenna Ponchot Bush

This would have to be the easiest way to invest in bitcoin ever, even I was able to do it with virtually no previous experience in the area, now I know why :(

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Kyle Miranda

I have tried so much of this kind of stuff that I was declared bankrupt for life in 2017.

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Tom Bergheger

I tried the platform thing a while ago and it worked pretty good on me. No home or money or family now.

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Eitan Silver

A few of my friends had invested in bitcoin and lost an absolute fortune doing it, I'm going to be joining them soon.

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Gotmy Mindframe Right

Had no idea you couldn't get results like this, does anybody know if you can uninvest in crypto currencies.

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