Pediainvest scam check team: How to recognize a scammerJohannes Röll 21 / February / 22 Visitors: 231
The dream of making quick money leads investors to financial ruin.
So, how to identify a scam broker. If we summarize all the articles we have written about scammers, we can identify several similar characteristics. Use them when getting acquainted with a potential object of cooperation, and you will have a better chance of not losing your investment.
Scammers can use different tricks to get your money. With the help of Pediainvest experts, scammers can be recognized and not given a chance.
Also, having studied all the schemes of action of unscrupulous companies, we will be able to exclude the possibility that Pediainvest.com is a scam.
Experts Pediainvest Scam detection tips: There are many gaps in information about the owners, founders and managers of the company.
There are exceptions when the broker is run by fairly public figures, you can read a lot about them on the Internet, in the media. Then pay attention to the founders, the scammers are usually behind well-known financial intermediaries, who have been caught more than once in hiding clients' funds in offshore
Anonymity of the investment sector of the company. You are lured to place funds at a high interest rate, but no one indicates how the company itself plans to dispose of the accumulated capital - in which projects it participates, how it insures risks, in which markets it reinvests in what shares, etc.
Experts Pediainvest Scam protection advice: Yield guarantees.
Investments are always associated with risks. And if your broker/manager/analyst advises you to immediately replenish your account with N thousand dollars, because tomorrow the market will grow and you will be able to withdraw N tens of thousands of dollars in the evening, you are scammers.
Pediainvest.com experts: Scam sins of Guarantee to cover losses with sums insured.
Insurance in its original meaning is a noble cause. You lost money, but the insurance covered the loss at rates agreed upon on mutually beneficial terms. But what the broker offers has nothing to do with insurance. Your money (real still to some extent) is reset to zero on the trading account, and bonuses are drawn instead. When you decide to withdraw this alleged money, you will certainly be told that you still need to work out this bonus, compensate with a new account replenishment ... you just got hooked.
Lack of documents
Pediainvest experts say that if a forex broker is not registrated in your country, or is registered somewhere in Oceania or Latin American countries, this may most likely be an alarm signal that you are facing a scam organization.
None of these signs, when examining the site, indicated that Pediainvest.com was a scam.
We hope you never get involved with scammers. Always be vigilant and careful when placing funds on unfamiliar sites.
Johannes Röll was born 1978 in Brilon,Germany. Graduated RWTH Aachen University. Over the past ten years he worked as Head of the plastic card team, where he was mainly responsible for the development of the distribution, Head of sales Department and Financial Analyst,where he got experience in planning and support sales figures for branches. For the present he works as freelancer