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    Learning Wealth Management for USD 1? What a Lie!

    Abstract:Forex trading has evolved into a way of investment for many people, making them targets for some swindlers.

      Forex trading has evolved into a way of investment for many people, making them targets for some swindlers. Illegal platforms are countless in the forex market where so-called “wealth management courses” became a new instrument for fraud, a scam that has been encountered by Ms. Zhang recently.

      In early April, Ms. Zhang came across an advertisement about online wealth management courses for USD 1 and purchased them with a try. When she was almost done, teachers recommended advanced courses to her, on the heels of which returns at an annualized rate of over 15% would be enjoyed, and promised her that five virtuosos would provide her with online guidance at any time.

      Ms. Zhang was so tempted that she spent around USD 8,000 on these recommended courses that were not as professional as promised and so-called virtuosos “dont reply to any questions”. She asked for refunds out of disappointment but was refused for various reasons even blocked.

      In fact, victims like Ms. Zhang are everywhere. Similar complaints against such scammers, including iBanker and DBS Bank, have been submitted before.

      Speaking of forex wealth management, keeping away from such fraud and checking platforms carefully prevent investors from scams!

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