Beware of scammer Ligafrica /ligafrica_sa /Lephael investment

candy8kane

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This is a popular SCAMMER on Instagram with over 40,000 followers. I wasn't scammed myself (others were and then blocked) but this serves as a WARNING for anyone planning to give him your hard earned money any time in the future.

He's known for his screenshots with very large amounts of profits ranging from 7-8 figures. The trades are all DEMO and he uses Photoshop as well.

Late last year he opened a Telegram group to provide free signals. In a nutshell the signals were BAD. Then opened a MAM/PAMM account which suffered numerous losses (a far cry from the screenshots he boasts on Instagram) and a lot of people were scammed. Another MAM/PAMM was opened to try recoup the losses from the the first one.
Shortly after he was exposed, his Facebook page went down temporarily because people were accusing him of being a scammer. The account was reactivated a few days later and the comments calling him out were scrubbed from the page, other members were blocked.

Upon being kicked out from the Telegram group (by traders he partnered with) due to his poor performance, he created another Telegram and shares signals which he steals from different MyFxbook systems and purports them as his own. He posted an Arbitrage trading system by a broker called Grinta Invest to give the impression that it's his own Myfxbook record, of course he crops out the part that says "Arbitrage trading" (I would post the screenshots but there's a limit to how many screenshots you can post on this site). Here's a link to the system: https://www.myfxbook.com/en/members/Grinta/arbitrage-trading/1436599

The signals he currently steals, he offers for free (how NOBLE). He previously charged a $440 a month for signals. That was if you signed up with his broker (gotta get those broker commissions!!!); and charged a whopping $720!!! a month with your own broker or if you were outside Africa.
Prior to this he would generate his income the same way most of these scammers do: trading seminars

I've also attached screenshots on which he SLOPPILY PHOTOSHOPS the "Real" tag onto a demo account. Look very closely, the bottom right corner of that yellow tag doesn't line up perfectly with the bottom of blue bar at the top (zoom in if you have to)Screenshot_20210110-163639~2.png
In one of the screenshots (below) the "real" tag is even stretched. Screenshot_20210110-163249.png
He's not the only one doing this by the way... Pay attention!

There's more screenshots of his fake real accounts with his TERRIBLE Photoshop skills. You can scroll down his Instagram (around 2017) and zoom in and judge for yourself. I would post them here, but again, there is a limit.

If you've made it this far and still drinking the koolaid ask yourself this... this is a so-called 9 figure trader with NOT ONE withdrawal in that whole sea of screenshots? ...
 

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Joshevans--

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This is a popular SCAMMER on Instagram with over 40,000 followers. I wasn't scammed myself (others were and then blocked) but this serves as a WARNING for anyone planning to give him your hard earned money any time in the future.

He's known for his screenshots with very large amounts of profits ranging from 7-8 figures. The trades are all DEMO and he uses Photoshop as well.

Late last year he opened a Telegram group to provide free signals. In a nutshell the signals were BAD. Then opened a MAM/PAMM account which suffered numerous losses (a far cry from the screenshots he boasts on Instagram) and a lot of people were scammed. Another MAM/PAMM was opened to try recoup the losses from the the first one.
Shortly after he was exposed, his Facebook page went down temporarily because people were accusing him of being a scammer. The account was reactivated a few days later and the comments calling him out were scrubbed from the page, other members were blocked.

Upon being kicked out from the Telegram group (by traders he partnered with) due to his poor performance, he created another Telegram and shares signals which he steals from different MyFxbook systems and purports them as his own. He posted an Arbitrage trading system by a broker called Grinta Invest to give the impression that it's his own Myfxbook record, of course he crops out the part that says "Arbitrage trading" (I would post the screenshots but there's a limit to how many screenshots you can post on this site). Here's a link to the system: https://www.myfxbook.com/en/members/Grinta/arbitrage-trading/1436599

The signals he currently steals, he offers for free (how NOBLE). He previously charged a $440 a month for signals. That was if you signed up with his broker (gotta get those broker commissions!!!); and charged a whopping $720!!! a month with your own broker or if you were outside Africa.
Prior to this he would generate his income the same way most of these scammers do: trading seminars

I've also attached screenshots on which he SLOPPILY PHOTOSHOPS the "Real" tag onto a demo account. Look very closely, the bottom right corner of that yellow tag doesn't line up perfectly with the bottom of blue bar at the top (zoom in if you have to)View attachment 61661
In one of the screenshots (below) the "real" tag is even stretched. View attachment 61662
He's not the only one doing this by the way... Pay attention!

There's more screenshots of his fake real accounts with his TERRIBLE Photoshop skills. You can scroll down his Instagram (around 2017) and zoom in and judge for yourself. I would post them here, but again, there is a limit.

If you've made it this far and still drinking the koolaid ask yourself this... this is a so-called 9 figure trader with NOT ONE withdrawal in that whole sea of screenshots? ...
Wouldn't trust anything like this. If it seems too good to be true, it probably is.
 

RahmanSL

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Quite frankly, if anyone is dumb enough to blindly put money into a get-rich quick scheme, then there really is nothing much anybody can do to help them.

How the hell do they expect anybody to help recover their lost money from scumbags who can be anybody and be anywhere in the world?
 

Notaforexjunkie

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This is a popular SCAMMER on Instagram with over 40,000 followers. I wasn't scammed myself (others were and then blocked) but this serves as a WARNING for anyone planning to give him your hard earned money any time in the future.

He's known for his screenshots with very large amounts of profits ranging from 7-8 figures. The trades are all DEMO and he uses Photoshop as well.

Late last year he opened a Telegram group to provide free signals. In a nutshell the signals were BAD. Then opened a MAM/PAMM account which suffered numerous losses (a far cry from the screenshots he boasts on Instagram) and a lot of people were scammed. Another MAM/PAMM was opened to try recoup the losses from the the first one.
Shortly after he was exposed, his Facebook page went down temporarily because people were accusing him of being a scammer. The account was reactivated a few days later and the comments calling him out were scrubbed from the page, other members were blocked.

Upon being kicked out from the Telegram group (by traders he partnered with) due to his poor performance, he created another Telegram and shares signals which he steals from different MyFxbook systems and purports them as his own. He posted an Arbitrage trading system by a broker called Grinta Invest to give the impression that it's his own Myfxbook record, of course he crops out the part that says "Arbitrage trading" (I would post the screenshots but there's a limit to how many screenshots you can post on this site). Here's a link to the system: https://www.myfxbook.com/en/members/Grinta/arbitrage-trading/1436599

The signals he currently steals, he offers for free (how NOBLE). He previously charged a $440 a month for signals. That was if you signed up with his broker (gotta get those broker commissions!!!); and charged a whopping $720!!! a month with your own broker or if you were outside Africa.
Prior to this he would generate his income the same way most of these scammers do: trading seminars

I've also attached screenshots on which he SLOPPILY PHOTOSHOPS the "Real" tag onto a demo account. Look very closely, the bottom right corner of that yellow tag doesn't line up perfectly with the bottom of blue bar at the top (zoom in if you have to)View attachment 61661
In one of the screenshots (below) the "real" tag is even stretched. View attachment 61662
He's not the only one doing this by the way... Pay attention!

There's more screenshots of his fake real accounts with his TERRIBLE Photoshop skills. You can scroll down his Instagram (around 2017) and zoom in and judge for yourself. I would post them here, but again, there is a limit.

If you've made it this far and still drinking the koolaid ask yourself this... this is a so-called 9 figure trader with NOT ONE withdrawal in that whole sea of screenshots? ...
No he's not a scam here's the guy before they we're even a hedge fund.
he's a 9 figure indeed
 

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candy8kane

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No he's not a scam here's the guy before they we're even a hedge fund.
he's a 9 figure indeed
9 figure??? On demo maybe ...of which there's NO shame in. Just own it! We all started there. Why be fake and then eventually steal people's hard-earned money?

The man is a scammer. "Hedge Fund" or not. I'm not sure where you got those pictures from (as if they prove anything anyway). The last pic with the BMW is from 2016 and belongs to Sean Lourdes from Marrying Millions (net worth $30 million). The bikes belong to him and his wife Megan. You can see that the background of the garage matches perfectly with the pic you uploaded
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Sloppy Photoshop dating back to 2017 (see attachments). The man has always BEEN a demo warrior. I meant to attach this in the original post but couldn't because of the limit.

This is from March this year from his Facebook page, still up to his sloppy tricks (the full screenshot is attached)
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Lastly, I've also attached a screenshot of a conversation with another victim. I will update if he tells me how much he was scammed.
 

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Notaforexjunkie

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9 figure??? On demo maybe ...of which there's NO shame in. Just own it! We all started there. Why be fake and then eventually steal people's hard-earned money?

The man is a scammer. "Hedge Fund" or not. I'm not sure where you got those pictures from (as if they prove anything anyway). The last pic with the BMW is from 2016 and belongs to Sean Lourdes from Marrying Millions (net worth $30 million). The bikes belong to him and his wife Megan. You can see that the background of the garage matches perfectly with the pic you uploaded
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Sloppy Photoshop dating back to 2017 (see attachments). The man has always BEEN a demo warrior. I meant to attach this in the original post but couldn't because of the limit.

This is from March this year from his Facebook page, still up to his sloppy tricks (the full screenshot is attached)
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Lastly, I've also attached a screenshot of a conversation with another victim. I will update if he tells me how much he was scammed.
OMG , i dont know what to say. I really thought man's was legit!
This is him in 2016
 

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Ghanapallbearer

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OMG , i dont know what to say. I really thought man's was legit!
This is him in 2016
I am one of his student who has been in his seminar, this is not him. I know his face.
If you found this photo in his socialmedia profile, then this photo doesnt belong to him. Means he is a scam.
 
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