Published On: Tue, Oct 8th, 2019

Cryptocurrency, try it or not?

The market frequently launches new ways to earn money. And right now, we are in the era of cryptocurrency.

 

A very interesting subject, but very enigmatic.

Imagine yourself earning 3% per day with the money you have invested. It’s very tempting, isn’t it? However, it’s extremely dangerous.

 

See, the criminals are always where the money is.

Everyday a new website shows up offering amazing profits. Yet, most of the time, they are scammers casting out bait to try and catch well meaning people like you.

 

The truth needs to be told: there does exist, on the market, companies that work honestly, ethically, and morally. But you need to pay close attention not to get caught in a trap.

 

And like I’ve said before in other videos, I’m here to help you NOT get trapped in one of these snares.

 

But how can you identify one of these traps?

It’s not exactly simple. First, you need to understand that financial investments that return 2 to 3 times more than the market usually does… haha, that doesn’t exist!

 

Even if your best friend is guaranteeing that it’s a secure investment, don’t believe it!

He might be tricked as well and he’s going to bring you with him.

 

The technique that criminals use most is to pay up front to gain your trust, and afterwards deal the master blow. Or maybe, disappear with your money.

 

New companies, with lots of followers saying they had high profits, showing off earnings, cars, watches…. these are the most used tactics that criminals employ.

Don’t believe it! They want to make you believe that it’s the best deal of your life.

 

In the last 3 months, more than 450 people have come to me asking for help with sites that, all of a sudden, disappeared.                Taking a closer look, I discovered that there are more than 5,000 people who’ve been injured by this type of crime.

 

If you find yourself in this situation, watch my video “Digital Crimes, what to do?”. I’m sure that it will help you.

 

However, if you decide to invest in cryptocurrency, know that it’s not for amateurs, ok?

 

Financial market professionals recommend you start out timidly, with low values, and learn everything you can about the subject. Only after you’ve obtained a return of more than 30% on your small investment should you start to be more aggressive, reapplying the profit you just earned.

That way, even if you suffer a loss, you’ll still be making a profit.

 

Find out who is behind the business. There must be someone who is legally responsible for the investment.

 

If it is difficult to find out who these people are, or if you’re not finding the necessary information, get out!

Without a doubt, you’re going to lose your money.

About the Author

- Wanderson Castilho is the president and visionary of ENETSEC. He holds a bachelors in Physics from the Federal University of Paraná (UFPR). Author of the books "Manual of A Virtual Detective" (2009), "Deception, a Multifaced Issue" (2011), "Do you know what your kids are doing on the internet?" (2014), and "100 Critical Facts about the World's Cybercrime”(2018). Representative member from South and Central America on the Michigan Collegiate Cyber Defense Network’s Industry and Academic Advisory Board, at the University of Michigan, USA, which promotes network security competitions with the objective of guaranteeing competitiveness among educational institutions that teach professionals in the field of Information Technology. Consulting member on the Commission for Electronic Rights and High Tech Crimes from OAB, SP, Brazil. Teacher at the Superior School for Police of the State of Paraná in the training course for chief Police about Cybercrimes in 2016. Certifications: Digital Forensic Analyst Certification from Paraben and Access Data, Washington, USA FACS (Face Action Code System), a method developed by Paul Edman, Berkeley, San Francisco, CA, USA Laboratory for Scientific Interrogation (LSI), Dr. Avinoam Sapir, Israel Scientific Content Analysis (SCAN), Dr. Avinoam Sapir, Israel Completed a course on the Scientific Method for Interrogation, Ontario, Canada

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