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That night Vicente Vallés, journalist and presenter of Antena 3’s nightly news program, was on the program. But it was not only him who answered the unique questions of the «Iberian Press Conference» section created by the ants Trancas and Barrancas. Motos also took advantage of one of those questions to explain how he went bankrupt in just a few hours.
The interviewee assured that «unfortunately» he had not invested, since «there have been those who have made a fortune with them». It was then when Pablo Motos commented: «Yes, there is always someone who has made a fortune». And then, he revealed, without mincing words, his experience with stock market investments, surprising all the viewers.
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The scam occurs once you enter the fake news, where they ask you for an initial investment of 200 euros to earn the same money that Jordi Cruz has supposedly earned. Another resource they use is to include fake testimonials of people who have supposedly made profits through Bitcoin Trader but who are actually models of image banks. Before the image of Jordi Cruz, the fraudsters have used those of characters such as Amancio Ortega or Antonio García Ferreras.
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When you click on them, you are redirected to a web page that looks like a media that, as we said, transcribes a supposed interview of that celebrity in El Hormiguero, where testimonials and supposed success stories are included to try to gain credibility. The reality is that these success stories do not exist because the photos have been taken from image banks.
The content is also full of links that take you to the pages of these supposed financial products, which have names like Bitcoin Revolution or Bitcoin Trader and ask for an initial «investment» of 250€ that you will never see again.
Florentino Pérez, Ana Botín, Amancio Ortega, Alejandro Sanz, Cristiano Ronaldo… These are just a few examples of a long list of successful people that everyone knows and that supposedly endorse investing in bitcoins, this time in a fraudulent page called bancosyfinanzas.com, with alleged address at «1457 Spinnaker Lane, Chicago IL, 60632».
Florentino Pérez is also supposed to have commented in this regard that «never before in history have we had such an incredible opportunity for normal people to earn so much money in such a short time».
Logically, it is all false. Starting from the fact that Pablo Motos never interviewed Florentino Perez to talk about bitcoins. The truth is that the page, which already has some experience, uses the cryptocurrency and popular characters as a claim in order to obtain data and, on this occasion, hard cash, and immediately.
There are many pages just as fake, but this one is a reference on the Internet, with that appearance and that apparent name, bancosyfinanzas.com, which soon turns into extra-gains.com and ipmclick.com as they lead you to their terrain.