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    Posted by scamblock-official on April 6, 2021 at 2:18 am

    Here is an example of a Facebook page you should avoid or at least be very cautious off. Our team has looked into it and made contacts and have researched interviewing various victims, and the conclusion is that pages like these are dangerous. People will be messaging you trying to push products on you and getting you to invest. If you look through the photos you will see a plethora of scam brokers and traders littered throughout the page. This particular page is called Forex Tradering Group. Take a look at some of the promises they are making and you will see that it is quite clear that a lot of scams are going on. Everything from promising high investment rates to a guarantee return, the red flags are everywhere and you need to pay attention. We will be posting more visuals of Facebook pages like this that we have discovered. Keep in mind that a lot of these pages are partnered with their Instagram accounts so you might see the same groups on Instagram. As well as Twitter. They will even put in keywords like “scam free” just to make you feel comfortable. Please don’t fall for it. Happy trading and please do your due diligence and be safe. ❌❌⚠️⚠️🚫🚫

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