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The Global Currency Arbitrage Scam, Presented as an Investment with Great ROI 

If there's one thing everybody loves, it's the idea of getting rich quickly. That's why people are so prone to jump on opportunities they should probably know are too good to be true. Beware of the Global Currency Arbitrage Scam, a proposal where you're promised a high return on investment (ROI) on your initial deposit–something like 25% a month and 87% a year. Here is how it works and how to avoid it – it is very different than the Gold Investment Scam or the Foreign Investment trap, also going around these days.

Simple math would show that if you put in $10,000, you'd come out with $12,500 at the end of the month. The people who promise this ROI claim that the company is well-established. They have a reputable sounding name, too, featuring words such as "International," "Financial" and "Investments."

You're not sure how it works. The ad said something about "global currency arbitrage" and how it works, but after inquiring you receive an excellent book with information on the company. It looks pretty reputable, and they were also recommended to you by someone you trust–a friend or a coworker. How could you possibly go wrong?

Once you join, you will begin receiving periodical statements of your account. These reports will show the daily, weekly, or monthly profit – which will make you confident about your investment. You get your statement showing impressive earnings, which are growing constantly from report to report. It sounds great, right? Wrong. It is like a Forex deal done on your behalf.

Instead of pulling your money like all the other victims, you re-invest, thinking you found some golden opportunity. Unfortunately, that's just what the scammers are looking for. They use your money to pay out people who cash out and use your testimonial to get more people on board. Simply put, they rob John to pay Jack and then rob Shannon to pay John. Once the investment companies have a healthy chunk of change, often amounting to millions, they take off.

If you're already in a scheme like this, cash out as soon as possible. No boom is forever.

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Global Currency Arbitrage Scam: How To Avoid

In the search engines online, write the name of the company followed by the words "fraud" or "scam". Whatever comes out will tell you if you should join or not. And anyone promising you such significant returns is almost guaranteed to be a scammer.

On the other hand, see if the company has a BBB profile page and if it has any complaints.


Global Currency Arbitrage Scam: How To Report

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