ForexPeaceArmyReview.com - lure, fake, fraudulent, scam website resembling FPA

Forexster

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Hello,

I have just stumble across this site ForexPeaceArmyReviews.com.
It looks like a lure site for people that have been scammed.
 

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RahmanSL

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Obviously some people are hoping to use the good name & reputation of the real FPA to promote their scumbag companies.
 

Forexster

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The latest posts are in Italian, which I fully understand and it is a lure site, most likely perpetrated by the same people that are replying to the posts today.

I am tempted to post a warning notice on that site, even though it won't last long, but before doing that i just need to know if I should wait for you to do your investigation.

Please let me know as time may claim other victims.
 

The Punisher

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Hello,

I have just stumble across this site ForexPeaceArmyReviews.com.
It looks like a lure site for people that have been scammed.
It looks like the site was setup on December 5, 2019. If users visit this site, I highly recommend you are using VPN before you do so or else some of your details can be exposed.

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IP is shared with 3 other websites
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FxMaster

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They are running one add which you get on all page. Forex92.com. I guess he is the same owner.
 

Forexster

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They are running one add which you get on all page. Forex92.com. I guess he is the same owner.
Well, that's a scam too...apparently

"Company License Information Forex92

The developer of Forex92.com is a cheeky fellow who thought they would get away with it. They searched for a company that is licensed and has no website information. With such company information, it would be easy to steal clients using an online platform. So they went ahead and created a website with the legit company's license details. And this is why some traders are not able to get their full money back. The real platform does not have a website and only works on site."

source: valforex.com/forex92-review-forex92-com-legit-or-scam-managed-account/
 

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