Is bullish trade for real?
They are offering investment packs which people choose to invest and your money matures after 40 days. There are daily returns depending on investment plan choosen. Is it a scam or for real?
HYIPs are basically Internet-based Ponzi schemes. Do NOT touch under any circumstances.
Here's one example of such HYIPs
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Huh. I thought that people learned from P.T. Barnum. Apparently not.
Bullish to me is not a SCAM, i have seen with my own eyes people making money,however it is always wise to invest wisely, thanks , you may use this, affiliate id or placement id 38959517 to register, Happy investing
If you get any payment from bullish trade post it here because I know it has been dead for quite some time and its site is down for three quarters of the day. Don't throw your money away please.
Not too fast Charles Kan! Is this your id number? So, if he invests with this id number, you get the money, right?
bullish is very real in forex but if any hype is offering you any high return investment,you need to think twice before you put your money in the mouth of scammers. It is better you learn how to trade forex yourself or you keep your money to yourself. But if you think you can risk some money,I will advice you to go for short term investment and you should invest with little that you can afford to loose.That is my piece of advice.
The re was once a group of people some years ago who received e-mails telling them they had won a large ammount of money and that by submitting a fee of x-ammount of dollars and cents for a processing fee or what have yo, they would receive this yet-to-be-seen money: Well, these fooled into this scam submitted CENTS when they should have put in SENSE.
I don't know off the top, but there are sites where you can run a check to see if you're dealing with a scammer.
I too feel to believe or not,now the site has been down or the last one week ,i hope its rel not a scam.
I don't think so
Bcoz it is sounding like a scam i can help u out if u give me more details
it depends, some are scam and some are real, so please make it clearly before you invest money in it.
I would research the company before making any type of investment.
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