SPECIAL REPORT: Novak Djokovic’s Latest Investment Has Experts in Awe And Made Big Banks Terrified
Has Novak Djokovic Invested with Crypto Apps?
No he hasn't. No matter what anyone tells you Novak Djokovic makes his money from sports, television, and all of the associated sponsorship that goes along with it. He does not appear on talk shows with magic phone apps that make people money while they sleep.
This ridiculous website has exactly the same script that we see over and over again:
[Substitute Celebrity Name Here] has made a name for himself as a brash straight-talker who doesn’t mind being honest about everything, including how he makes his money. Blah blah blah! It is the same website every time, whether they use UK or US celebrities or whoever. This particular page seems to be targeting the good people of Canada.
As you can see they are trying to suggest that the above picture is evidence of some sort of interview that was conducted between these two, Stephen Colbert and Novak Djokovic.
Does Novak Djokovic Use the Daily Profit Method?
No. He makes money from sponsorship around the world while he sleeps and has no use for crypto-trading apps that are supposed to predict the market for you, which is totally impossible anyway.
Every one of these stupid adverts uses the same nonsense scam.
They claim that the interviewee arrives on set to disclose how they make money all the time with a stupid app on their phone.
The studio are amazed at this idea and the host has a go with their own phone by downloading this ridiculous app idea. They start making money, but before anything else happens the TV programme's producers step in because the Central Banks called and made them stop the show.
It really is that ridiculous.
What Wealth Apps Does Novak Djovkovic Use?
None. He has no need of app promising the impossible.
Now aside from the fact that Novak Djokovic certainly doesn't need any more money, and that these shows are always pre-recorded, the idea that this website uses is still one of the most retarded things we have ever seen.
The domain this service is pointing at is supposedly disabled by namecheap, but this is just a trick title: