Review Atrad.io: Is It A Scam Or Legit Platform?

Good-Guy

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Atrad is a kind of platform that promises a high returns on your investments. They claim that when you deposit money, they secure your funds into their offline system to protect it from hackers. They also charge a "performance fee" on your investments. The minimum amount you are required to deposit is $100 or 100 Euros. They claim that they invest users' funds in arbitrage trading and gain profits. They also claim that they share 80 percent of all profits with their users and take the rest as their "performance fees". They also claim that fluctuations in crypto market does not matter. They also claim, "the more it fluctuates, the better they earn". This company is not regulated by any authority by the government of the country where it operates. i would advise people to not fall for this company.
 

peace life

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Thousands of people have been subjected to global scams, based on displaying advertisements to invest in Bitcoin, backed by shell companies in Cyprus, Belarusian and Israeli agencies and call centers in Ukraine. Among the victims is a Swede named Claes Bachmann, who was exposed in 2019 to a fake investment fraud by a call center that proposes attractive investments. Poor money back. In a report published by the French newspaper 'Le Monde', writer Damien Lélope said that like hundreds of thousands of people around the world, Bachmann fell into this trap because of a simple online advertisement, in September 2019, and he clicked on an advertisement dedicated to the platform Bitcoin Trader for trading revolutionary cryptocurrencies, and after entering his personal information on the platform, he was immediately contacted by an advisor to convince him to invest $250 (equivalent to €210).
 
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Good-Guy

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Thousands of people have been subjected to global scams, based on displaying advertisements to invest in Bitcoin, backed by shell companies in Cyprus, Belarusian and Israeli agencies and call centers in Ukraine. Among the victims is a Swede named Claes Bachmann, who was exposed in 2019 to a fake investment fraud by a call center that proposes attractive investments. Poor money back. In a report published by the French newspaper 'Le Monde', writer Damien Lélope said that like hundreds of thousands of people around the world, Bachmann fell into this trap because of a simple online advertisement, in September 2019, and he clicked on an advertisement dedicated to the platform Bitcoin Trader for trading revolutionary cryptocurrencies, and after entering his personal information on the platform, he was immediately contacted by an advisor to convince him to invest $250 (equivalent to €210).

Well, I am really sorry to hear that. Most of these companies use call centers to scam people. They hire poor and some needy people to work in their jobs. Many people who are poor have no choice but to work in these call centers due to poverty and this is where things go wrong!
 
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