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ToroPROfit

Discussion in 'Scam Alerts' started by graziano.zattra, Aug 25, 2013.

  1. graziano.zattra

    graziano.zattra Recruit

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    [langtitle=it]ToroPROfit[/langtitle]

    :confused::confused::confused::confused:

    ToroPROfit
    Da tempo questo broker sta pubblicizzando la sua attività in Italia.
    Ha il sito internet all'indirizzo ToroProfit
    Circolano chiacchiere che si tratti di un broker SCAM.......
    Qulcuno può fornire maggiori notizie più precise e dettagliate??

    Io so per ora solo che, nonostante la buona piattaforma di fattura molto semplice ma ben precisa, la ToroPROfit è un marchio di FOREX WORLDWIDE LTD che ha sede in Mill Street 85 - QORMI - QRM3100 - MALTA

    Un grazie anticipatamente a chi avesse precise notizie in merito anche per un eventuale inserimento di questo broker, qualora ne ricorressero le condizioni, tra i brokers SCAM e la chiusura dei correlativi siti internet.
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  2. Pharaoh

    Pharaoh Colonel

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    I love the 2008 copyright on the bottom of the toroprofit.com homepage. The domain was registered on March 27, 2013.

    The domain is hosted at 91.213.152.142. There's one other domain at the same server. A Japanese forex site: dynamictrade.jp

    Whois on the Japanese site shows is was created on June 6, 2013 and is registered to:

    Name Comelli
    Email vali.megai@bforex.com

    Postal code 121-5000
    Postal Address Geneva
    29 Route de Pre-Bois
    Phone 008141225331268

    Notice the BForex.com email address. That's this BForex:

    BForex.com forex brokers reviews | Confirmed as a SCAM by Forex Peace Army
     
  3. Master Yoda

    Master Yoda Captain

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    scammers and idiots... they can't even use a fake name in whois. But I am happy it happened, now we can add this site to the scam list. Can't we Pharaoh?
     
  4. Pharaoh

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    It's even more tangled that I thought at first. There's a whole nest of related sites I need to dig through.

    I think AsstMod would probably be willing to throw the list of domain names onto BForex's review page as "Other sites owed by these scamming scumbags" or something like that.
     
  5. henyo

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    its scary what brokers would do now a days, I thought it was a simple change of name or something but it turns out to be a lot more than that,
     
  6. Pharaoh

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    Lots of bad brokers do that. They either close (grabbing cash) and change their names, or they set of parallel brokerages. Once Broker A rips you off, somehow Broker B gets your contact information and offers you a nice signup bonus. What you don't know is that in many of these cases Broker A and B are really run by the same people.
     

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