A Global Scam Too Good to Be True

Dec. 17 (Bloomberg) — Around the world, hundreds if not thousands of credulous people were taken in by a website called, which promised phenomenal returns that were ultimately too good to be true. In the first of three reports, Bloomberg’s Willem Marx examines the scam, its impact, and the reasons why it chose the unregulated retail forex market as its cover. (Source: Bloomberg)

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