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  • Dirty Trader Trevor

    Posted by scamblock-official on April 5, 2021 at 2:42 am

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    Take notice of this account. The name is Trevor. Notice how the account has changed the @ name? All three of the profiles are of the same scam. Look through it and you’ll see the similarities. Two of them have the same profile picture. It is incredible that this individual would think we are foolish enough to fall for this. The posts are the same. The content is the same. All the pictures are of fake success stories. People holding up money that have nothing to do with this account. Please understand that those pictures can come from anywhere with a simple Google search. 4 different individuals have contacted us about this account loosing anywhere between $500 to $7000. Please beware and please share this with as many people as possible. The word needs to go around. We are a community and we need to take action. Keep following us to stay updated. We will be presenting our program soon! Let’s make it a goal for no one to lose anymore money! At Blockers of Scams it’s our goal to keep your finances safe. Check out our website for details! Let’s take them down.
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