An email pops up titled something like “The Betting Experts team”.
But it’s from bettingexperts.faith which means it’s a scam as “.faith” internet addresses are obviously meant for Churches and other faith organisations. Betting does not qualify.
The email says
“ I’m so glad you opened this.
The Betting Experts have just opened their doors to new members and you don’t want to miss out.
These guys consistently bring in$120,000 – $160,000 per year – and it’s no surprise with their combined expertise”
It goes on to promise you can make $2,400 in your first week. And they have just 50 spots to release.
So, it’s a typical “Something for nothing” scam but in fact you get nothing for your money.
There’s lots of ways they can make money out of this – the simplest being to take your money and provide nothing but the more cunning ones do give you something.
Imagine you pay just a starter fee and in return get a list of winning bets to make each week. If you lose then tough luck but if you win, then you pay them 10%
Sounds like you can’t lose. Of course you can as it’s really only them who cannot lose.
The recommended bets are just random chance – you can do better on your own.
And paying them 10% if you win – is money for nothing.
No wonder they claim to make $120,000 – $160,00 per year. It’s from idiots who buy into their scheme where the only winners are the scammers.
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