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See post #43 by Zbeni at https://www.forexpeacearmy.com/comm...ssion-banc-de-binary.45227/page-5#post-243809 where he states:
Please also read the article showing a glowing report on Binary Options trading. I tried to place negative comments based on my experience with Banc De Binary warning potential clients and every time I did so the moderator deleted my comments. I have also tried researching the names of persons mentioned in this article and it all seems fake. I can only conclude that this page is published and controlled by Banc De Binary.
This globalfinance.news website is obviously a scam! Please see this http://www.timeslive.co.za/local/20...South-African-trader-linked-to-gold-supercars.
See also globalfinance.news/?p=1425 where they promote the same article, but for Asia - Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia but instead of BDB, it's for 24 Option!!!
Then see this link too - globalfinance.news/?p=1423 where the article is the same to promote 24 Option as well, but the "mystery owner" is based in Canada!!!
globalfinance.news/?p=1421 ... mystery owner based in London!
globalfinance.news/?p=1428 ... Norway, Finland, Denmark and Netherlands ...
The real owner of the "super cars" ... a Saudi prince - http://www.forbes.com/sites/guymart...s-gold-fleet-rolls-into-chelsea/#7704e13362b0
And the globalfinance.news articles all use the same pictures, probably lifted from one of the original news articles ... this is a deliberate act of entrapment in order to perpetrate a fraudulent scam on unsuspecting victims!
Please also do not forget to write in to Standard Chartered Bank as Liverpool FC's main corporate sponsors, as well as the owner of Liverpool FC and point out to Liverpool FC about how Banc de Binary now have access to all the Liverpool FC supporters to scam as well with Liverpool FC's endorsement of them as a "partner" and notify Standard Chartered that they are now tainted by association with Banc de Binary as a Liverpool FC "partner" ... please see my post at https://www.forexpeacearmy.com/community/threads/banc-de-binary-mega-scam.43677/page-8, post #78.
The Fenway Sports Group in the US is the parent organization for Liverpool FC (www.fenwaysportsgroup.com; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org).
The sponsorship arm is Fenway Sports Management (http://www.fenwaysportsmanagement.com; Email: email@example.com)
Also, with the recent bad publicity in early February 2016 generated by the Liverpool FC fans for the ticket price increase (http://www.express.co.uk/sport/foot...talks-over-ticket-prices-protests-News-Gossip), can you imagine what sort of publicity that would generate when the fans are scammed by Banc de Binary as they are ripe pickings for Liverpool FC's "partner"!
Obviously something must have worked with the complaints to the Liverpool Football Club as they did not renew their "partnership contract" with BDB for the 2016 / 2017 football season. BDB is instead now partnering with Southampton Football Club for the "new season" - read to fleece more new victims ... https://bancdebinary.com/partnership/
The Southampton FC webpage at http://www.saintsfc.co.uk/.has BDB as the "Official Club Partner" at http://www.saintsfc.co.uk/club/club-sponsors/ and on the main webpage as well - God help the new victims from that football club!
Email details: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please write to all the other sponsors listed at http://www.saintsfc.co.uk/club/club-sponsors/ to notify them that a thief, scammer and con artist is amongst them. I am sure that Richard Branson's Virgin Media and other main sponsors there will not want to be associated with a thief, scammer and con artist in their sponsorship and affiliation with Southampton FC!
Ownership details - http://www.saintsfc.co.uk/club/ownership/
And for future reference - the list of English football club owners are set out here for easy reference if BDB tries to worm its way through the other English football clubs in search for more victims ... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_English_football_club_owners