Today we are looking at more of the deceit placed online by unscrupulous boiler room scammer affiliates, Finixio Ltd.
We have shown previously on this blog, that Finixio simply write lies on their sites claiming that they review fake boiler room scam sites and apps that simply do not exist, and are just sales funnels for unregulated, offshore scams that defraud innocent people in the UK every day.
More Finixio deception:
Company Information and Address
TradingPlatforms.com’s parent company is Finixio Ltd, an online media company based in London, UK and the company registration number is 11705811.
Address: St Magnus House, 3 Lower Thames Street, London, ECR3 6HE.
You can get in touch with us via our Contact Us page or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Now let's have a look at one of their authored documents reviewing a cryptocurrency platform, how about Bitcoin Evolution? As we can see, one of their experienced journalists, Alan Lewis penned this article.
Who Is Alan Lewis?
Let's just have a quick look at what Alan's experience is as he looks very young to be qualified sufficiently to write such an article. What do they say about him?
About Alan Lewis
Alan is the Chief Editor of TradingPlatforms.com. He is an experienced finance and investment writer who is an expert on the stock market.
OK so he is the chief editor even though he is so young, and although it does not mention that he has any experience with crypto at all, he presumably has a general understanding if he is the chief editor. Just for the sake of certainty, given that he is so young, let's just perform a Google image search on the URL of that photo:
Well that's odd. His name now seems to have been changed to Alan Draper, and he is now the chief editor of BuyShares.co.uk, another Finixio review site that reviews share buying services and brokers. Oh dear. Alan is not a real person, he is just a stock photo that Finixio use as a scapegoat to blame for some of their fraudulent lying fake reviews. They have no authors, they just pen affiliate lies to steal from the British public and use stock photos to blame non-existent authors for their crimes.
Who Is Alan Draper?
Here we can see that they often post as Alan Draper, pretending that he is answering questions regarding shares and stocks: