Aug 23, · Social media ads falsely stated that Martin Lewis of Money Saving Expert has made a fortune from Bitcoin Code. Mr Lewis is now suing Facebook, which was paid to publish the fake timberlandschuheherren.de: Andrew Penman. Martin Lewis founded timberlandschuheherren.de and is a Sunday Mirror columnist. Martin Lewis explains 10 things everyone shopping in the sales should know Martin Lewis . Nov 12, · Subscribe to Daily Mirror and Sunday Mirror newspapers The article claimed to feature Martin Lewis of Money Saving Expert gushing about a crypto-currency trading platform called Bitcoin Author: Andrew Penman.
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Capital promises big returns but has been banned by one money watchdog. Why did money watchdog retract is warning about massive global fraud OneCoin? The website carrying the Bitcoin Trader rot is daily-news-live. Their picture, above, has been lifted from its equivalent in the US, Shark Tank, and the two contestants have nothing to do with any crypto-currency. Called Steven Bofill and Brian Shimmerlik, they successfully pitched an idea for digital vending machine business Vengo.
According to Bitcoin Loophole and Bitcoin Code, their software is the creation of Steve McKay, but his picture is taken from stock photo site Shutterstock. We removed these fake Daily Mirror Facebook pages in February for violating our policies and have also removed the post brought to our attention by the Mirror for the same reason. It will be prevented from being posted on the platform again. I've told Facebook that. Any ad with my picture or name in is without my permission. Many have been left up for days or weeks.
It's time Facebook was made to take responsibility. It claims to be a platform not a publisher - yet it is being paid to publish, and promote what are often fraudulent enterprises. By Andrew Penman. Our lawyers have notified Action Fraud of the fake websites.
Follow DailyMirror. Single mum Bitcoin Copyright Scams. News all Most Read Most Recent. With companies keen to jump on the bandwagon and entice the public to spend their hard-earned cash on investments in Bitcoins, Martin has taken to his blog to brief consumers on the currency. His advice is that, while you might not need to be an expert in the technical details, you need a thorough understanding of what you're getting into.
He says: "You need to understand how it works as an investment, how liquid it is ie, can you get out when you want to , the level of risk and what can drive the price up and down. His advice is not to invest "just because a friend told you to", but to do your own research and make the decision that's right for you.
Martin explains that Bitcoin, like stocks and shares, is an investment - albeit, an unregulated one. His advice is that investors need to be prepared and consider their attitude to risk before parting with their cash.
Although the value of Bitcoins has rocketed, particularly since the start of , Martin warns that "past performance is no indication of future performance". Which means if you put your money in now you will make a fortune. To read Martin Lewis's full Bitcoin advice blog post, click here. By Rachel Sloper. Sophie Evans. Video Loading Video Unavailable. Click to play Tap to play.
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