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Israel: World Online Fraud Center

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“The wolves of Tel Aviv” is the headline on the Times of Israel—an article published by the Jerusalem-based newspaper which openly admits that Israel is the center of the world’s “binary options” fraud scam—a practice so illegal that the US has outlawed it.

The Israeli binary options “industry” specifically targets non-Jews in Europe, Africa, and the Middle East, brings in over a billion dollars, and employs thousands of Jews cheating “naive would-be investors via a range of corrupt practices.”

Ironically, the title of the Times of Israel article—“The wolves of Tel Aviv” is taken from the autobiographical book, The Wolf of Wall Street, written by the Jew Jordan Belfort.

In that book, Belfort told of his fraud rampage through the New York financial section for which he was finally arrested and sentenced to four years in prison.

Jordan’s New York fraud escapade involved so many Jews that the Jewish Journal, in an article published in December 31, 2013, called it “‘The Wolf’ and the Jewish Problem” after a Hollywood movie was made which glamorized Belfort’s crimes.

The binary scam in Israel works on the same basis that Belfort’s fraud operated: high pressure telephone calls to non-Jews all over the world to persuade them to “invest” in a financial product called “binary options.”

The victims are encouraged to make a deposit—actually to transfer money to the Jewish company—and then use that money to make “trades” in online currency.

This in effect means that the “clients” have to try and assess whether a currency or commodity would go up or down on international markets within a certain, short period of time.

If they predict correctly, they win money, between 30 and 80 percent of the sum they have put down. If they are wrong, they forfeit all the money they put on that “trade”—to the Jewish company.

While this sounds reasonable at first—especially if presented by a fast-talking glib salesman, the reality is vastly different, as the Times of Israel openly admits.

Quoting an Australian Jew, Dan Guralnek, who got cold feet about being involved in the vast scam, the newspaper revealed the truth behind this multinational swindle: cont

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22 hours ago, rbear said:

“The wolves of Tel Aviv” is the headline on the Times of Israel—an article published by the Jerusalem-based newspaper which openly admits that Israel is the center of the world’s “binary options” fraud scam—a practice so illegal that the US has outlawed it.

The Israeli binary options “industry” specifically targets non-Jews in Europe, Africa, and the Middle East, brings in over a billion dollars, and employs thousands of Jews cheating “naive would-be investors via a range of corrupt practices.”

Ironically, the title of the Times of Israel article—“The wolves of Tel Aviv” is taken from the autobiographical book, The Wolf of Wall Street, written by the Jew Jordan Belfort.

In that book, Belfort told of his fraud rampage through the New York financial section for which he was finally arrested and sentenced to four years in prison.

Jordan’s New York fraud escapade involved so many Jews that the Jewish Journal, in an article published in December 31, 2013, called it “‘The Wolf’ and the Jewish Problem” after a Hollywood movie was made which glamorized Belfort’s crimes.

The binary scam in Israel works on the same basis that Belfort’s fraud operated: high pressure telephone calls to non-Jews all over the world to persuade them to “invest” in a financial product called “binary options.”

The victims are encouraged to make a deposit—actually to transfer money to the Jewish company—and then use that money to make “trades” in online currency.

This in effect means that the “clients” have to try and assess whether a currency or commodity would go up or down on international markets within a certain, short period of time.

If they predict correctly, they win money, between 30 and 80 percent of the sum they have put down. If they are wrong, they forfeit all the money they put on that “trade”—to the Jewish company.

While this sounds reasonable at first—especially if presented by a fast-talking glib salesman, the reality is vastly different, as the Times of Israel openly admits.

Quoting an Australian Jew, Dan Guralnek, who got cold feet about being involved in the vast scam, the newspaper revealed the truth behind this multinational swindle: cont

Who invented a scam like con do.

Hebrew scumballs.

enough said.

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2 hours ago, Team Uzi said:

Who invented a scam like con do.

Hebrew scumballs.

enough said.

I am sure if I check my email I will find lots of these cons in there. The vids are pretty convincing, however its a sure bet you will loose when the boards are slanted. It was revealed you just need about $12k to start one of these "crookerages" in a different article/source in the past.

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Israeli Online Fraud: Case Launched

 

Around 2,500 victims of the Israeli-based online “binary options” fraud scam will be suing in a London court, it has emerged—and there are “tens of thousands” more complainants waiting to join them.

Their legal representative has also written a scathing letter to Israel’s Justice Ministry pointing out that the Jewish state has refused to intercede to stop the scam.

News that Israel was the world’s center for the online fraud scam was made public in that country last month—but of course was ignored by the Jewish lobby-controlled media in Europe and America.

At the time, it was revealed that Israel is the center of the world’s “binary options” fraud scam—a practice so illegal that the US has outlawed it.

Israel has in fact also outlawed it—but only for Israelis, allowing the “binary options” companies—which fill multiple buildings in Tel Aviv’s financial quarter—to prey on thousands of victims in other countries.

The revelations, made in the Times of Israel, were notable—not for any condemnation of the practice or any moral issues involved—but only for the worry about what harm this might do it Israel’s image abroad.

In that light, the Times of Israel has pursued the story, and now in its latest revelation, has announced the upcoming court case.

That Jewish paper said that London-based lawyer Gabriele Giambrone, who is handling the joint-action case, had sent a letter to Israel’s Justice Ministry informing it that his firm represents 2,500 clients defrauded by binary options and forex companies operating from Israel. cont

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