Hi site owner whose contact forms I send to! We have a lucrative offer for you with an income of $

How Did We Hear About the Daily Profit Method?

Well by email actually, in fact we received a post through our website contact form, just some of the spam seen this week:

Hi site owner whose contact forms I send to!
We have a lucrative offer for you with an income of $ 1500 per day.
The bottom line is that artificial intelligence will make you money.
Hurry up to join our ranks as in 3 days registration in our system will close

Via https://vk.cc/c7Dfvb

Author information

Name: DavidAttig
E-mail: [email protected]
IP address:
User-agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/90.0.4430.93 Safari/537.36

Who Is Promoting the Daily Profit Method?

As you can see the IP address and possibly fake email address are logged. It does stop us being able to analyse the email header when they post to a form like this, but we still can get some information. We do get the IP address of the client: The IP address is registered to:

Datacamp Ltd. technical staff
DataCamp Limited
207 Regent Street
United Kingdom
abuse-mailbox: [email protected]

Who are actually a content delivery provider based in the UK who may be suffering from internal staff enjoying a bit of moonlighting. More disturbing is that the address of 207 Regents Street is a well known scammer haven, as you can read here: https://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/beatthescammers/article-9541973/Posh-address-4-000-firms-call-home-Scammers-turn-virtual-offices.html There are 4000+ companies registered under one address and that this is exactly the same policy the scammers that operate offshore use. 

The site that the email link takes you through to is: http://en.dailyprofitmethod.benohoxa.com/

What does Daily Profit Method Do?

This site is offering, allegedly, investments in CFDs (Contracts for Differences) in well known stocks such as Amazon and Google etc. CFDs are a highly speculative product that allow an investor to make a contract with a broker for a certain future market condition to be true or untrue. You may want to speculate that the price of the USD will rise against the EUR by next week or next month and buy a CFD based on ForEx. You may want to speculate on Tesla rising by 10% next year and buy a CFD accordingly. You may be entitled to to dividends while your stock is in contract with you, but on the whole it is far more dangerous and speculative than just buying real Amazon or Tesla stock. It is also far more complicated and you can lose far more money than you expect through the art of leveraging. Leveraging is the act of multiplying risk (just like with a bookie!) to multiply reward. Leveraging at 1:100 can wipe out your entire deposit instantly and very often you may not even be informed what really happened. This is a great device to hide behind if you are just a scammer wishing to defraud people without then realising it straight away, which is exactly what these boiler rooms scammers do!


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