Expert 24 Trade is an illegal forex broker, charging an investor 500R for ISR tax, under the guise of a registered company in the United States. Also, a forex trader showed some fake transaction records to lure investors into investing and to convince them that they can get a high rate of return on Expert 24 Trade. Please note that this is a trap.What do you know about the forex scams in South Africa? Please come and join our discussion to win mobile phone credit!
2020/07/23 6:00-2020/07/31 0:00 (GMT+2)
☆How to participate:Leave a comment below the post that includes "What do you know about the forex scams in South Africa" + “Your email address”, and you will be eligible for the prize draw!
Number of valid comments is below 120; ZAR 120 mobile phone credit; Number of winners: 20
Number of valid comments is above 120; ZAR 120 mobile phone credit; Number of winners: 30
Number of valid comments is above 250; ZAR 120 mobile phone credit; Number of winners: 50
Number of valid comments is above 500; ZAR 240 mobile phone credit; Number of winners: 100
☆Prize draw rules:
After the event, winners will be drawn from the list of eligible users.(the number of winners depends on the total Number of valid comments during the event) It should be noted that each user account is eligible for one entry of the draw, regardless of the Number of valid comments posted.
☆Winner notification and prize collection:
The list of winners will be released before 2020/08/03 on WikiFX Facebook Fan Page (https://www.facebook.com/WikiFX.ZA );and WikiFX staff will contact the winners about prize collection from the announcement date to 2020/08/07.
Please reply to the notice via email within 7 days and include the following information: WikiFX user name, contact number and mobile carrier. Failure to reply within due time will be deemed as relinquishment to the benefit of the prize, and WikiFX will not further notify the winner or again release the prize entry.
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