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Please help! Am I being Scammed? (gomltd.com)

Discussion in 'Has anyone heard of?' started by TLL77, Apr 21, 2019.

  1. iMusingKiMi

    iMusingKiMi Sergeant

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    This is very common in HK and China especially on those social media or chatting Apps with all those sexy pics. Those scammer will chat with you as normal in the beginning. After couple days or about a week, they will send you some screenshot how much they have earn in a day and try to persuade you to join them. Most common are in lottery number guessing that are famous in China and binary options trading.
     
  2. ahkiet99

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    tried to withdraw money , 2 days later they sent e mail saying funds is less than US 50k cannot withdraw.
     
  3. iMusingKiMi

    iMusingKiMi Sergeant

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    Wow!!! Less than USD 50k cannot withdraw? What a joke T&C they had.
     
  4. salat

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    i also fell for this damn scam.
    i didn't do my research properly beforehand and now won't see my 15k again, sucks.
    There were so many signs though: bad website, always pushing me to deposit more, weird messages and so on
    i even accused them of trying to scam me but always still gave in, hoping it was real.
    after i signed up, i totally forgot about how fishy the website and the whole process was, and then i deposited the money at some point.

    i'm still texting with them, trying to make up excuses about how i wanna try withdrawing, before i put more in, but i'm 99% certain it's not gonna happen.
    not the first time that someone screwed me because i have a strong desire for something.

    about how this works with the charts i can say this.
    i've witnessed this multiple times and at first thought it was a coincidence because of low liquidity.
    but what they do is some actual charting, then give me some trade which is indeed very probable, the chart really does follow the real
    value (this is XAUUSD), but they often ask me to put Take Profit Points, then at some point they just produce a flash crash on their server which hits that point.
    The rest of the chart is identical with trading view, but on their server they often have these crashes which hit the point almost on the nose.
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