Beware Of Scammers Impersonating Nial Fuller On Social Media
I am writing to let you know that a group of scammers are now regularly impersonating me (pretending to be Nial Fuller) on social media sites and other websites across the internet.
These impersonators are actively contacting our members and followers on Messenger / Chat apps via Facebook, Instagram, Telegram, Whatsapp and other social media platforms.
The fake scam accounts will initially appear as me (Nial Fuller), with similar profile pictures and text to my real profiles. The impersonators will try to talk with you for some time before eventually offering you a ‘trade for you service’ or a ‘managed account service’ or something similar to this.
Do not send any money to anybody claiming they will trade or invest for you. Do not send any money to any bank accounts or recipients via any payment method, as you will never see your funds again.
If you are in doubt, always check with me first.
Note 1: The only time you should ever consider sending money or payments is to a broker platform that you are certain is reputable and legitimate. The only broker platform & charts we refer our followers to is here. You may of course choose your own broker and do your own research on providers.
Note 2: Always communicate with me via an email that is linked to my official website domain learntotradethemarket.com, check the spelling of the domain if unsure.
email addresses from people or departments in our company will be from the domain @learntotradethemarket.com
Note 3: All products and services I offer are only available via my website exclusively at this url below, check the spelling of the domain if unsure.:
Note 4: Here are my official social media accounts, click to view and check the profile usernames:
Nial Fuller on Instagram
Nial Fuller on Facebook
Nial Fuller on Twitter
Nial Fuller on Telegram
Nial Fuller on Youtube
Nial Fuller on Linked In
Please be and stay vigilant at all times !
5 Comments Leave a Comment
Thanks Nial for the heads up. I agree with Moses above, when you are good you are good. Scammers want to ride on your good name which is very unfortunate.
That is very joh
Thanks Nail for alert
Wow. Thanks Nial. (it is because, they know you are too good)