Marketting Private: Forums Banking Investments Account Manager Scam

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    Another fake scam account running out of the Texas area according to our research. Don’t be fooled by the numbers. Most of the followers are fake and bots. These accounts typically use alot of fake followers to give the appearance that they are legitimate and that they can be trusted with your money. Our team even went as far as to message a bunch of the followers. Most did not respond and the two that did respond said they have no idea of this gentleman’s account and his services. They didn’t even realize they were following it. Do your research. A healthy tip is to message the followers you see and get feedback on the services to your satisfaction. Don’t just send money and trust because of high numbers.

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