Consumer Scam Report—Making The Web A Safer Place

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Have you been scammed recently or become a victim of an online fraud? You are one of the thousands of web users who, despite liberal warnings issued on the net, still fail to recognize a scam. Consumer Scam Report online is a site designed to help victims like you reports these instances to the online community so that everyone is alerted to the existence of such online scams.

The objective of Consumer Scam Report online is to alert not only the online community but also the regulatory authorities about the possibility of scammers striking again at unsuspecting victims. It is important to report your experiences so that others do not face the same fate as you because online scammers usually use the same modus operandi a few times before switching plans.

Most of us fall for scams because they look like they are in our best interests. We usually respond quickly when we are asked for our bank account details and secured information when told that it is to ensure their security. Scammers could make great psychologists because they can read our minds like a book and know exactly how we will respond on impulse.

It is important to educate the online community about the newer methods and strategies adopted by scammers to reach your account or to gyp money from you. Consumer Scam Report is the forum that allows victims to report such instances and alert others to the presence of scammers. Web users must realize that the simple way to avoid getting gypped is to stop sharing personal information online. Never provide credit card numbers or social security numbers as reference for an account or to create a security system as no legitimate organization will ever ask for these details.

Consumer Scam Report is the best site to report and learn about online scams and how to avoid them in the future. Visit us to know how we can help you use the web in a better, more secure manner.

Los Angeles Search Engine Optimization Company Offers Unique Services to Run Background Check on Russian Women before Dating Them

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(PRWEB) April 08, 2014 is a leading dating fraud protection website that helps people stay safe during the process of choosing their dating partner. The website now provides unique services that assist members to run a background check on a Russian woman that they wish to date.

Run a quick check on the identity of your potential date on

For those who are worried about the background of their potential dating partner, the founder of website stated – “Does the Russian woman whom you e-mail, behave strange? Well, we offer all the information about Russian scams on our website. So, don’t simply go out on a date blindly, and risk your safety.” offers plenty of services to ensure that its members are not dating a scammer, including but not limited to blacklist of Russian scammers, verification of address, contact number, Russian passport, and other documents.

Speaking about this unique service at a press meet, the website owner was quoted as saying -“Our unique verification services for a Russian woman’s identity is aimed at ensuring the safety of people from dating scams, which are very common today. Whether it is official background verification or express background verification of a Russian woman, we do the best possible background check, offering genuine information.”

The verification services of have safeguarded several people from dating scams, helping them in uncovering whether the woman they were about to date, was a scammer or genuine person. The website also has a comprehensive record of blacklisted Ukrainian and Russian women, and itsmembers can easilycross-verify if their potential date is also blacklisted.

The founder of the website further mentioned – “We intend to help our members in the process of identifying dating scammers from Russia, and ensuring that they don’t fall prey to any of the Russian scammers.”

So, those who want to stay safe while dating can check out the identity of the Russian woman on

About is one of the largest dating fraud protection websites in the world, which aims to assure a safe dating experience to all its members, allowing them to run a background check on a Russian/Ukrainian female before actually dating her.

Log on to for getting more info, and running a quick background check on your potential date.

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BBB of Fort Worth?s Website Gets a New Look

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BBB of Fort Worth’s Website Gets a New Look

Fort Worth, TX (PRWEB) April 04, 2014

BBB of Fort Worth is excited to announce the launch of its newly, redesigned website, The redesigned website is aimed to connect consumers to businesses they can trust in a new, user-friendly format.

“BBB’s mission is to be the leader in advancing marketplace trust,” said Larry Taylor, BBB of Fort Worth CEO. “We are continually working to help consumers connect with businesses they can trust. Our newly redesigned website will provide an avenue for consumers to get the information they need faster and find businesses that are committed to ethical business practices.”

All of BBB’s information is still free and the redesigned website allows people to find businesses, brands, and charities they can trust, with links to more than 4.5 million Business Reviews and more than 11,000 Charity Reports. Other new features of the redesigned website, include:

    New, powerful search feature designed to help people find local information fast
    Homepage access to file a complaint or find Accredited Businesses through the Accredited Business Directory
    Easy access to popular BBB sites: Scam Alerts, tips, BBB blog

BBB’s entire digital presence is also integrated into the newly redesigned website with social media links easily available so consumers can follow and share stories with a simple click. For more information, visit or call us toll-free at (800) 621-8566.

About the Fort Worth BBB

The Better Business Bureau of Fort Worth and Tarrant County, Inc. is a not-for-profit agency serving Tarrant, Johnson, Hood, Wise, Erath, Palo Pinto, Somervell, and Parker counties. Fort Worth BBB provides education and information on business and business standards; and serves consumers by helping resolve consumer complaints regarding businesses. For more information, call (800) 621-8566 or visit

About the BBB

For 100 years, Better Business Bureau has been helping consumers find businesses, brands and charities they can trust. In 2011, consumers turned to BBB more than 100 million times for Business Reviews on more than 4 million companies and Charity Reports on 11,000 charities, all available for free at The Council of Better Business Bureaus is the umbrella organization for 115 local, independent BBBs across the United States and Canada, as well as home to its national programs on dispute resolution and industry self-regulation. For more information, visit



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San Diego, CA (PRWEB) April 04, 2014 is preparing an anti-scam guide about why and how people lie about their military histories, the company reported today.

“While our nation’s heroes should absolutely be recognized for their service, there are some less-than honest people out there who use fake military histories for their own game,” a spokesman said. “We believe that these scam artists should be stopped from disrespecting the armed forces.”

The company is compiling the guide at the request of customers, who were responding to a mention on the website regarding the fact that people do lie about their military service and the reasons they were discharged.

“Many people think that as long as they don’t see the term ‘court-martial,’ the person they’re checking out served with honor,” he said. “But because military jargon can be complicated and there are many different levels of service, it can be easy to become a victim of a scam when someone is not as forthcoming as they should be.”

The guide will include real-world definitions of medals and discharge status, he said. It will also detail all the ways people try to pull a scam on unsuspecting victims when it comes to false military histories.

“Whether it’s in the online dating world or trying to get a job, these scam artists rely on the ignorance of their victims,” he said. “But knowledge is power, and we are confident our guide will give our customers that power.”

About is a public records database that specializes in providing military records to customers in the United States. Find out information such as discharge status, length of service, medals received, and more. Visit today to speak with a live representative, call 1-877-661-6437, or email Support(at)MilitaryRecordsLookup(dot)com with any questions or concerns.

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Attorney at Consumer Litigation Associates, P.C., Comments on ?$9.84? Credit Card Scam and Steps to Take When You Suspect Fraud

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Attorney at Consumer Litigation Associates, P.C., Comments on “$ 9.84” Credit Card Scam and Steps to Take When You Suspect Fraud

Alexandria, VA (PRWEB) March 14, 2014

Commenting on recent news reports revealing consumers nationwide are discovering unknown charges of $ 9.84 on their bank statements, Virginia credit card fraud attorney Matthew J. Erausquin of Consumer Litigation Associates, P.C., said consumers who notice any unusual charges should contact their credit card company or financial institution immediately. He said people who ignore even small charges could be vulnerable to bigger scams in the future.

CBS 6 (“BBB warns of $ 9.84 mystery charge on bank, credit card statements,” Jan. 29, 2014) and other media reported that nationwide concerns over credit fraud grew in mid-January after thousands of consumers noticed fraudulent charges on their credit card statements. The Better Business Bureau (BBB) on Jan. 24, 2014, issued a warning to consumers to report unknown charges of $ 9.84 to their financial institution immediately, according to CBS 6.

“Our firm has handled cases involving credit card fraud, and we tell clients that even small charges should not be ignored,” Erausquin said. “You might notice an unknown charge of just a few dollars and think that it’s not worth your time to contact your credit card company. But that would be a mistake. We know that many scammers will first charge a small amount to a consumer’s credit card to see if he or she will report the unknown charge. These scammers then access the account at a later date to take a larger amount.”

Erausquin said this common form of credit card fraud is typically employed by scammers because they believe many consumers will not notice a minor charge and credit companies won’t take action against a small charge.

According to CBS 6, fraud victims report that the unknown charge goes back to a generic website for “Customer Support” that is not the business’ website. Although the site promises to “refund 100% of your last payment” and provides phone and email contact information, consumers should contact their bank as a precaution, according to CBS 6.

Erausquin said consumers can take a few steps to protect against fraud. “It’s important for consumers to use caution when ordering online or over the phone,” he said. “If you believe your information has been compromised, report incorrect charges to your financial institution or credit card company immediately. The Fair Credit Billing Act provides you with powerful dispute rights.”

Erausquin said that in serious cases, victims of fraud or identity theft who may also notice fraudulent or otherwise incorrect items in their credit files should consider seeking the counsel of an attorney who has significant experience litigating under the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act.

About Consumer Litigation Associates, P.C. (

Serving consumers in Virginia, California, North Carolina and in other federal courts across the country, the lawyers at Consumer Litigation Associates, P.C. are among the nation’s leading consumer advocates and have tried numerous Fair Credit Reporting Act cases to a jury verdict.    The Virginia-based law firm handles a wide variety of cases, including identity theft, inaccurate credit reports, debt collection abuse, problems with mortgage companies, employment background checks and other practice areas.

For more information about what to do if you’re a victim of identity theft and the legal options available to you, call 1-877-FCRA-LAW (1-877-327-2529) or complete the online contact form.

Consumer Litigation Associates, P.C.

1800 Diagonal Rd. Suite 600

Alexandria, VA 22314

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Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 04, 2014 will soon launch an education guide designed to make sure that consumers can identify and avoid telephone charity scams, the company announced yesterday.

“One of the most enduring ripoffs in America is the charity phone scam,” a spokesman said. “They continue because Americans believe in helping other people. But there are ways to avoid them, and we at want to teach people the basics so they don’t let their good intentions rob them of their hard-earned money.”

The guide will take consumers step by step through how each and every variation of telephone charity scams work, he said. It will then show them simple things they can do to make sure that people only give money to real charity solicitors.

“The truth is that many charities do need to use telemarketing to raise funds,” he said. “So people shouldn’t automatically dismiss every person who calls up saying they represent a charity. Instead, they should discover the basic ways of making sure the person on the other end of the phone isn’t simply trying to line their own pockets.”

The guide will be published on the members’ area of their site, posted on their blog, and released through social media, he said.

“We want to do what we can to make telephone charity scams a thing of the past,” he said. “People should be able to give money to worthwhile organizations without worrying about getting ripped off.”

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The Better Business Bureau Unveils the Senior Scene

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The Better Business Bureau Unveils the Senior Scene

Southfield, MI (PRWEB) October 01, 2013

The Better Business Bureau Serving Eastern Michigan (BBB) today announced the BBB Senior Scene – a program designed to keep seniors informed of scams and deceptive business practices in the marketplace and to empower them to act as community advocates against fraud.

Every year, scam artists bilk seniors out of billions of dollars because the senior demographic is generally considered more trusting and is perceived to be easier to persuade. Also, seniors may not be aware that they have fallen for a scam until it’s too late and may avoid telling anyone for fear of losing independence by appearing so vulnerable.

“Our goal is to inform seniors about the issues that impact them and to give them tools to deal with fraud and scams,” said Melanie Duquesnel, president & CEO of the Better Business Bureau Serving Eastern Michigan. “Through our programs, seniors can learn about and connect to the resources of the Better Business Bureau and other agencies to become more informed in today’s marketplace.”

Attorney Ken Gross and his fellow shareholders at the Thav Gross Law Firm, have committed the company and The Financial Crisis Talk Radio & Television Show’s support as a premier sponsors of the BBB’s Senior Scene. Said Gross, “We are excited to join with and support the BBB in its efforts to thwart deceptive practices and unlawful actions that are directed at our most cherished citizens – our elders.”

Joining Thav Gross as premiere sponsors of the Senior Scene are Elder Living Construction,Levy Tax Professionals, and Right At Home In-Home Care & Assistance. Also sponsoring the program is EverDry Waterproofing of Southeastern Michigan and Medical Care Alert.

The Senior Scene Program includes:

Senior Scam Prevention Seminars

The BBB will host scam prevention seminars across Eastern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula for groups, organizations, senior centers and senior living facilities at no cost.

Attendees will learn:

    The red flags of investment fraud and other scams
    The most recent and most prevalent scams in the market
    How to avoid becoming a victim of a scam
    The dos and don’ts of dealing with aggressive sales persons and scammers
    How to report scams and what to do if you are scammed
    Important resources for seniors
The BBB will also provide training for caregivers so that they can recognize the warning signs when their loved one is potentially becoming a victim of a scam and tips on what they can do to help.

Any group, organization or business interested in a training session can contact the BBB at events(at)emibbb(dot)org or 248-799-0326.

The Senior Brigade

Many savvy seniors are already advocates for themselves, their friends and their neighbors. The BBB is currently recruiting these seniors for the Senior Brigade to become the eyes and ears of their communities and to help the BBB fight scams and fraud targeting the elderly and other consumers.

Participants will act as a consulting team for the BBB, providing information and insights into the scams and bad business practices that their peers are facing. They can also work with the BBB’s Manager of Advertising Review to call attention to questionable or misleading advertisements in print and online.

Seniors interested in participating in the Senior Brigade should contact the BBB at seniorscene(at)emibbb(dot)org or 248-799-0326.

The Senior Siren

New scams are cropping up daily and it’s hard for even the most connected consumer to stay informed. The Senior Siren will keep readers on top of the latest scams and bad business practices and give them tips on how to avoid them through a monthly newsletter and timely alerts. The Senior Siren will also keep the community up to date on the activities of and findings from The Senior Brigade.

Anyone interested in receiving The Senior Siren, including both seniors and caregivers, can contact Lisa Dilg at lisa(at)emibbb(dot)org or 248-799-0326 or subscribe at

Senior Scene Sponsoring Organizations

The BBB is currently recruiting sponsors for the Senior Scene. Sponsors will receive recognition and publicity in print and online promotions, social media, media, newsletters, in-person seminars and more. Businesses that serve this demographic will enjoy the targeted marketing opportunities that this will afford them. Any business or organization interested in sponsoring the Senior Scene should contact Lisa Dilg at lisa(at)emibbb(dot)org or 248-799-0326.

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Financial Abuse of Elderly on the Rise, New Survey by NAPGCM Finds

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Financial Abuse of Elderly on the Rise, New Survey by NAPGCM Finds

Survey Finding: Most Common Forms of Financial Elder Abuse

Tucson, AZ (PRWEB) March 12, 2014

Financial abuse and exploitation of older Americans is on the rise, according to a new survey released today by the National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers (NAPGCM). The survey, which also identified theft of money by family, friends, neighbors and caregivers as the most common types of abuse, comes on the heels of President Obama’s call last week for a new $ 25 million initiative to combat elder abuse as part of his budget.

NAPGCM surveyed 325 professional geriatric care managers nationwide about their experiences with financial abuse in their work with seniors. Major findings of the survey include:

    71 percent of the care managers reported that financial abuse and/or exploitation of the elderly is a growing problem in their communities.
     The top 5 types of financial abuse most commonly encountered are:
-Theft of money or property by family/friend/neighbor (79%)

-Theft of money or property by caretaker/ in-home care provider (75%)

-Investment/securities schemes through the mail or phone (52%)

-Home Repair scams (45%)

-Getting senior to sign a deed, will, power of attorney through deception (43%)

“Financial abuse of seniors is a growing problem. Families with older parents need to know the warning signs of this all too common and often hidden form of elder abuse,” said NAPGCM President, Emily Saltz. “Our survey shows that close oversight of vulnerable adults by family members or qualified professionals is crucial,” added Ms. Saltz.

According to the National Adult Protective Services Association (NAPSA) 1 in 20 older adults indicated some form of perceived financial mistreatment occurring in the recent past. Most financial abuse goes undetected, as NAPSA estimates only 1 in 44 cases are reported. So it is crucial that family and loved ones know the warning signs. The NAPGCM survey asked professional geriatric care managers to identify the most reliable “red flags” that a senior might be the victim of financial abuse or exploitation. The top five red flags identified are:

    You and/or their bank notice unusual activity on bank accounts and/or credit cards that they can’t explain
    A new “best friend” has appeared who is becoming heavily involved in personal activities
    A friend, paid caregiver or trusted employee/vendor is isolating senior from others
    Another family member becomes secretive or defensive about parent’s finances
    Missing belongings or property are apparent

The survey, which was conducted March 4-8, 2014, also identified a number of emerging schemes professional care managers are seeing more frequently now in their communities, including:

    A new version of the “Jamaican lottery” scams in which someone posing as a new friend of the senior, often pretending to have romantic interests, tricks them into purchasing cash cards supposedly to send payment in order to receive their lottery “winnings.
    A rise in “caregivers” marrying seniors and then financially exploiting them.

Financial abuse of the elderly carries a major and direct cost to taxpayers as almost 1 in 10 financial abuse victims will turn to Medicaid as a direct result of their own monies being stolen from them. And President Obama’s budget plan released last week contains a new $ 25 million effort to reduce elder abuse, neglect and financial exploitation. The initiative would fund grants to States to pilot a new abuse reporting system and improved research to understand and prevent elder abuse.


The National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers (NAPGCM) was formed in 1985 to advance dignified care for older adults and their families. Geriatric Care Managers are professionals who have extensive training and experience working with older people, people with disabilities and families who need assistance with caregiving issues. They assist older adults who wish to remain in their homes, or can help families in the search for a suitable nursing home placement or extended care if the need occurs. The practice of geriatric care management and the role of care providers have captured a national spotlight, as generations of Baby Boomers age in the United States and abroad. For more information please visit You can also find a listing of professional geriatric care managers in your community at the NAPGCM website: and click on “Find a Care Manager”.


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Fake Malaysian Airline News Used as Scam Click Bait

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Fake Malaysian Airline News Used as Scam Click Bait

Arlington, VA (PRWEB) April 01, 2014

The world is eager for news about the missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370. So eager, in fact, that scammers are taking advantage of our curiosity. Don’t fall for click bait teasers promoting exclusive footage of found passengers. It sounds like a sick April Fool’s joke, but it’s a real scam.

How the Scam Works:

You are on Facebook, and a post catches your attention. “Video of Malaysia MH370 Plane Found in Bermuda Triangle. Passengers alive,” it teases. Another popular version promises: “[NEWS FLASH] Missing Plane Has Been Found!”

You click the link, thinking it leads to a news site. Instead, you are taken to an unfamiliar, third party website. A pop up may appear prompting you to “update your video player.” But when you click “OK,” you aren’t getting a new software version. You are really downloading malware.

Like all scams, this has many variations. Another common version asks you to take a survey before viewing the video. In the worst case, sharing your information can open you up to identity theft. Even more likely, your information will end up getting sold to spammers.

This scam is also not to limited Facebook. Watch out for similar links posted on Twitter, through other social media or sent by email.

Tips to Protect Yourself From “Click Bait” Scams:

Take the following steps to protect yourself and others from scam links shared through email and social media:

Don’t take the bait. Stay away from promotions of “exclusive,” “shocking” or “sensational” footage. If it sounds too outlandish (Bermuda Triangle, really?) to be true, it is probably a scam.

Hover over a link to see its true destination. Before you click, mouse over the link to see where it will take you. Don’t click on links leading to unfamiliar websites.

Don’t trust your friends’ taste online. It might not actually be them “liking” or sharing scam links to photos. Their account may have been hacked. But it may also be clickjacking, a technique that scammers use to trick you into clicking something that you wouldn’t otherwise (especially the Facebook “Like” button).

On Facebook, report scam posts and other suspicious activity by following these instructions.

On Twitter, if another user is sending you links to malware or other spam, report it to Twitter by following these instructions.

For More Information

To find out more about scams, check out BBB Scam Stopper.

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Top Tips to Help Seniors Avoid Scams – Tip Sheet by

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Top Tips to Help Seniors Avoid Scams – Tip Sheet by

Naples, Florida (PRWEB) October 01, 2013

The American population continues to age, and more scammers are finding ways to target senior adults. The scams that target the elderly range, and while they come in many different forms, there are some universal steps that seniors and their families can take to help them avoid being targeted by a scam.

The security and safety professionals at, a site that provides information to help consumers find the best alarm system for home use, have created a valuable list of tips to help seniors avoid scams.

1.    Don’t have checks mailed to a home address. Seniors often receive checks from various institutions, such as the federal government, but scammers can steal these checks from the mail. It’s best to instead have checks directly deposited into bank accounts, which is offered by most organizations, including the federal government the Department of Veterans Affairs.

2.    Seniors should sign up for the “Do Not Call” registry, which can help in the prevention of telemarketing scams.

3.    Before taking advantage of any offer that arrives by mail or email, seniors or their caregivers should carefully read the fine print. If an offer seems “too good to be true” it probably is. Examples of scams involving direct mail include notifications saying the person has won a cruise or a prize of some type.

4.    Many scammers take advantage of seniors by selling fraudulent Medicare discount cards. Before purchasing this type of card, Medicare recipients should contact Medicare directly to obtain a list of official companies that are eligible to sell these cards. Seniors should also note that these cards are not sold door-to-door or over the phone.

5.    Door-to-door scams are a common way to target seniors. For example, individuals will pose as employees of a home alarm system company and offer an unbeatable deal on alarm systems, at which point seniors sign long-term, and often expensive contracts. Senior should either avoid answering the door unless they know who is on the other side, or should avoid making any commitments until they’ve thoroughly read over the contract being offered.

6.    Seniors shouldn’t provide their personal or financial information to anyone unless they’re sure it’s legitimate. This includes over the phone, or via email.

7.    If something is offered for free, there should never be a cost associated with it, such as taxes. This violates federal law. For example, many seniors are offered “free” medical monitoring devices, and then their insurance is charged, and scammers are able to obtain their Medicare information in the process.

About is a third-party resource with information pertaining to the home alarm industry, including reviews of the top DIY alarm systems, cellular alarm systems and wireless alarm systems. The company also provides consumers with valuable coupons and discount codes to save money on the purchase of an alarm system.


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Compare the Best Binary Options Brokers Comfortably at

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Compare the Best Binary Options Brokers Comfortably at

London, UK (PRWEB) March 28, 2014

ForexMinute, one of the world’s leading Forex news portals, also excels when it comes to providing the best binary options brokers’ reviews. With this feature, the portal simply aims to save traders from falling into potential binary options scams.

At, traders can comfortably compare the world’s best binary options trading brokers. The portal has an impeccable editorial team which has decades of combined experience in derivative trading. Readers get the opportunity to learn everything about a binary options broker before making any decision about it.

The ForexMinute’s founder and one of the contributors to these reviews, Mr. Jonathan Millet, further states: “By reading these genuine binary options trading platform reviews, you will find a detailed general comparison, more specific classifications, such as comparison of the best bonuses binary options, the best mobile applications (iPhone, Android), the range of choice, etc.”

He adds, “Our goal at ForexMinute is to help you choose the binary option trading platform that comfortably matches your requirements. For this, all the brokers listed at our portal are either regulated by an affluent regulatory body, or is recognized enough to win the confidence of investors.”

ForexMinute has by far listed the review of some of the most reputed and renowned binary options brokers of 2014. They include OptionXO, OptionTrade, CallandPut, TraderXP, UBinary, TitanTrade, and several other brokers. “Select accordingly,” states Mr. Millet, “as we, as the world’s leading Forex news portal, want you to make extensive profits under a wing that can actually take care of you and your trades.”

About ForexMinute

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