Bitcoin Revolution SCAM Uses Top Chef Gordon Ramsay

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Bitcoin Revolution SCAM Uses Top Chef Gordon Ramsay

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Beware! The Bitcoin Revolution scam software and fake trading software is now using top British Chef and Celebrity Gordon Ramsay to promote an illegal get-rich-quick scheme. New facts have surfaced while conducting our in-depth investigation, and Binary Scam Alerts is first to expose this new and extremely alarming development. We have discussed in details the growing use of fake news in order to promote fake Forex bots, signals, and various automated trading systems which promise you instant wealth at the click of a mouse. However, the bravado, sheer audacity, and ingenuity which is being utilized by clever affiliate networks and media agencies during the last few weeks is reaching an all-time high. But before we continue with our Bitcoin Revolution review and update we would just like to clarify that Gordon Ramsay is NOT closing any restaurants, and he is not endorsing any type of fraudulent software. Additionally, this Bitcoin Scam Alert is particularly relevant for viewers based in the United Kingdom, as our researchers have indicated to us the British customers are the ones most targeted in this latest campaign. Keep reading this followup Bitcoin Revolution review to see how this crypto scam has metastasized and why you should use extreme caution when approached by anyone trying to illegally solicit you to join this blacklisted software and trading app.

Official Website and Login Page for Members: the-bitcoin-revolution.org

This is the Bitcoin Revolution primary sales page and registration area. Our existing members are already familiar with this scam, however new members searching the internet for Bitcoin Revolution Gordon Ramsay are not fully familiar with this viral scam which has been duplicated, copied, and rehashed on multiple occasions.

What is the Bitcoin Revolution and How Does It Work?
To recap on our previous Bitcoin Revolution review, the Bitcoin Revolution scam is a fake trading system which is integrated into illegal Forex and CFD brokers. Some of you may have heard names like KantoFX or  GFC Investment, these are just two brokers with registered business address in Tallinn Estonia and call centers located in various Eastern European cities such as Sophia or Bucharest.

The app promises you will become an instant millionaire by only having to work a few minutes a day, but in reality after you fund a real money trading account you are immediately asked to reinvest and that is a classic boiler-room type of scam.

Bitcoin Revolution SCAM and Gordon Ramsay Getting Viral
Above you will see a screenshot taken from a Twitter account of Rory Cellan-Jones the Technology correspondent for BBC tech . It seems Rory is extremely irate about his name being associated with this scam as well, and there is talk about taking legal action (kudos for that).

Why Is This Happening?
Scammers are smart. They understand that in order to trick you they need a unique way to cut through your resistance and somehow deliver a product or service which at face value seems legitimate. The best way to do that is to attribute the reputation of a well-known public person or celebrity like Elon Musk, Richard Branson, Jamie Oliver, or in this case Gordon Ramsay to their thieving software. Again, most people are not even aware of what happens when you signup. From a technological perspective you have a client side (what you see) and server side, what REALLY happens. From the server side you don’t really signup for any software, that’s because there isn’t any. In reality your information is fed into a broker CRM which is powered by a fraudulent trading platform using fake data feeds and rigged contracts set to lose. After you invest the brokers steal your money and split the loot with the online promoters and affiliate networks. This is commonly referred to as a revenue share or profit scheme.

Bitcoin Revolution Cloned App
The image below illustrates how the Bitcoin Scam “production line” operates. Again, we have discussed this but feel it is necessary to recap on how the fraudsters operate. If you want to compare formats you can easily refer to the Crypto Revolt and Bitcoin Trader scams.

Gordon Ramsay, Jamie Oliver, Elon Musk, and Richard Branson
These are the most popular, but represent a partial list of celebrities and public persons whose reputation is being used by ripoff artists in order to promote  filthy scams online. Names of politicians such as New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, Lord Alan Sugar, Polish investor and socialite Dominika Kulczyk, Gavin Duffy, and even the Pope is being used in an illegal way. We have one full review dedicated to Forex scams and fake news, you might want to read that post as well.

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How To Spot The Fake News Advertisement like the Bitcoin Revolution Scam?
Well, in general you will see the ads in Facebook, online on a Google search, or in some kind of banner or text advertisement. The easiest way to spot the scam is look for verification in professional industry websites or the mainstream media. If you are unsure just leave a message below and we will try our utmost to assist you. Should you need any other information related to fake news or fake social media profiles please message us via our Facebook Group , Google +Pinterest, and YouTube Channel

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Exposing financial scams since 2015 on a daily basis. Patrick has an academic background in Journalism and a knack for delivering snappy and relevant reviews. View all posts by Patrick Jones →