Stay away from the make money and wealth creation promises. Simple as that!!!
Advertisements with promises will not get you richer, and you will end with losses. Nothing good will come up from such scam investments offers.
Moreover, those advertisement are not supported by regulated brokers, therefore, you should stay away from it.
HBSwiss, Millionaire Blueprint, Orion Code, Simple Auto Trading, Option Robot, Speeding Trap, Elite Trading Club, Karamba, Pastorpro Forex Robot etc, is nothing but a fraud, and you should stay away from it. Respectful regulated brokers should not do business with such online campaigns/affiliates. If your firm is regulated and connected to such advertisements, you should not do any business with them.
Nowadays, such campaigns may send emails from:
email@example.com, Sender: Paul Davis, Sender’s address: 106 Jurby Rd, Krik Andresa IM2 5AQ Isle of Man.
firstname.lastname@example.org, Sender: Charles Miller, Sender’s address: 63 Lezayre Rd, Ramsey, Isle of Man, IM8 2LN.
email@example.com, Sender: Roger Grant, Big Ideas inc. 63 Lezayre Rd, Ramsey IM8 2LN Isle of Man.
firstname.lastname@example.org, Sender: Eric Stone, Jetstream 15 Mahogany Rd St Croix VI 00823 Virgin Islands (U.S.).
email@example.com, Sender: Andrew Payne, Viper Inc 106 Jurby Rd Krik Andresa IM2 5AQ Isle of Man.
firstname.lastname@example.org, their website address is http://pastorproforexrobot.com/
Just stay away from those emails, it is nothing but a fraud.
In addition, http://www.patienthelp.org/ is promoting Wealth Creation System scams, while pretending to offer medical assistance.
Medical assistance and Wealth Creation System advertisement is a new tactic. By combining the two subjects together, the fraudsters from patienthelp.org website showing how sophisticated they are, and they are setting a new cynical standard. Please note, that they are using celebrities to promote the fraud, this time they used Simon Cowell, without his consent.
Please find attached a link for the latest enforcement action on this matter CFTC Charges California Resident Jason B. Scharf, His Worldwide Web of Companies, and Florida-Based Affiliate Marketers Michael Shah and Zilmil, Inc. with $16 Million Binary Options Fraud Scheme
This article was last updated on December 5, 2017.