Amanda Holden Bitcoin Loophole

SPECIAL REPORT: Amanda Holden Latest Investment Has The Government And Big Banks Terrified Amanda Ho

SPECIAL REPORT: Amanda Holden Latest Investment Has The Government And Big Banks Terrified

Amanda Holden has become the latest victim of false publicity propagated the boiler room scammers and their affiliates. We encountered the advert on Facebook, in the form below:

The same old article is appearing in tandem with the Bitcoin Loophole page which appears to have had a small facelift (not unlike Amanda Holden) to keep it up-to-date and to avoid association with previous incarnations. You can see the new version in the snippet below: 

The website is quite large, as you can see if you scroll down in the window above, even though every link takes you through to a single page. Their intent is to convince you enter a certain state of mind before you click, and so the copy is almost endless. Every emotion that they can conjure in order to convince you that Amanda Holden has the key to becoming rich without any work or effort is being employed.

What is the Purpose of the Article?

The article is designed to persuade you that this application, the Bitcoin Poohole, sorry Bitcoin Loophole, is a real phenomena that can make anyone rich. Yes anyone rich with no work or experience in trading. Just by logging in to some strange website you will receive money from some unknown entity that has decided to release a fool-proof, win every time, impossible to lose trading app to the general public, but hurry, because supply is limited!

The state of mind you are entering when beguiled by all of this nonsense will hopefully propel you to sign-up with an offshore trading company before you realise what you are doing and then the boiler room scammers will have your phone number and you will be in real trouble. 

What is a Boiler Room Scam?

Well a boiler room scam is a fraudulent trading company online that runs a call centre from the UK/Australia/Canada etc. that pretends to be a highly profitable trading service that you can make money on in the short term. They persuade you to invest in cryptocurrency or similar online using highly speculative means. These highly speculative means are very dangerous to trade in, even if you have years of experience, never mind if you are just a beginner. These boiler room scammers then get you to deposit money offshore using cryptocurrency or similar, and then direct you to fake trading interfaces to confuse you.

These trading interfaces show as having your balance deposited but do not be fooled these balances are fake. The screens they direct you to are designed to delay you from informing the authorities that you have been defrauded whilst their may still be time to trace the transaction. Once you have been successfully defrauded and they have adequately exploited one domain name they then buy a new domain, a new phone number, and start the whole Bitcoin Loophole scam from another affiliate domain and begin defrauding a new group of people all over again.

Where Does The Money GO?

Excellent question. Ex-KGB? Israel? Russian Mafia? Assuming that these groups do not all just work together anyway, the chances of recovering your money are still zero. Even if you could find the transaction and trace it through to the resale of the crypto somewhere, there is no way to associate the seller with the crime that has just taken place. The original website you clicked on is run by someone who can prove that they are just an affiliate and have no knowledge of the actual offshore trader. The offshore trader company will be registered in the Caribbean and is not subject to any UK, AUS or CAN laws. The website is hidden behind proxy services like Cloudflare, and the domain name is protected by services that hide the owners names. Even their postal address is a protected PO Box number is protected by GDPR or some such nonsense. The money is irretrievable and the only chance of recovery is through you bank, which will still cost your own country rather than the destination country of your money. We do not recommend using any recovery companies, just that you go through your bank and make them understand that you have been defrauded by scammers and that they must perform a chargeback to recover your money.

How Do I Avoid These Boiler Room Scams?

Are you seeing adverts that claim you can make money online with little or no trading experience? That is a boiler room scam. Anything like the article below:

As you can see the most detailed part of the document is the disclaimer at the bottom, where you would normally expect there to be complete transparency, but where the author of and owner of the website are simply described as 'Bitcoin Loophole' which is just a product name and has no traceable affiliation to anyone or anything.

Disclaimer extract:

HIGH RISK INVESTMENT WARNING: Trading Forex, CFDs and Cryptocurrencies is highly speculative, carries a level of risk and may not be suitable for all investors. You may lose some or all of your invested capital, therefore you should not speculate with capital that you cannot afford to lose. Please click here to read a full risk warning. Bitcoin LoopHole is a trading name of Bitcoin LoopHole LTD, a Technology Services Company. Bitcoin LoopHole does not gain or lose profits based on your trading results and operates as a technology company. Bitcoin LoopHole is not a Financial Services firm and does not operate as a financial services firm.

We are required to tell potential investors that our software's past performance does not necessarily predict future results, therefore you should not speculate with capital that you cannot afford to lose.

USA REGULATION NOTICE: Option trading is not regulated within the United States. Bitcoin LoopHole is not supervised or regulated by any financial agencies nor US agencies. Any unregulated trading activity by U.S. residents is considered unlawful. Bitcoin LoopHole does not accept customers located within the United States or holding an American citizenship.

SITE RISK DISCLOSURE: Bitcoin LoopHole does not accept any liability for loss or damage as a result of reliance on the information contained within this website; this includes education material, price quotes and charts, and analysis. Please be aware of the risks associated with trading the financial markets; never invest more money than you can risk losing. The risks involved in trading Forex, CFDs and Cryptocurrencies may not be suitable for all investors. Bitcoin LoopHole doesn't retain responsibility for any trading losses you might face as a result of using the data hosted on this site.

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Any article claiming that you will be trading with a guaranteed success rate of 99.4% (or any other guaranteed value) is a lie and a scam. No real broker will guarantee anything. They are in the business of risk, and certainly will not accept any liability on your behalf. They are the bookies of the investment world and will never accept any liability for anything a trader or investor does. This is the nature of their business. 

Do not invest in any celebrity endorsed cryptocurrency schemes or investment platforms as a celebrity must maintain integrity in order to remain a celebrity and would never risk such an association.


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