I occasionally get pages from the Daily Caller pitched to me through facebook (I think). Today I clicked through on a story about Trump. Roaming around a bit I saw an intriguing title claiming the BBC's Dragon's Den was being axed and I clicked through as well, landing on this page (which is notably NOT about DD going out of business!)
The page in question is a kind of cleverly written review stroke testimonial about an alleged wunder product that claims it can all make us rich by robotrading Bitcoin crypto currency. Especially the use of the DD dragons gives the presentation an air of veracity and respectability.
But you know the old saying: if it sounds to good to be true, it probably is!
Some searches for the claimed Dragon's Den episode yielded suspiciously zero. But they did notably cough up several pages claiming what I was beginning to think: that Bitcoin Trader is yet another fat scam, preying on hapless (and probably desperate) marks.
Apparently there are some "binary options" forex trading platforms that can, when used with skill and patience, give decent yields but BCT isn't one of them.
From another reviewer:
There is nothing like a software which can make you filthy rich with just a few clicks in the day. The idea of earning money without doing anything much itself is flawed. You should ignore such out of the world claims whenever you come across them. The scammers run their complete business around tricking people and effecting frauds. You should stay away from the Bitcoin Trader at all costs. This software is not worth your time or money. You should take our advice seriously and even warn your family and friends if they are considering investing their moneys in it.
Don't be fooled, people...
Oh and shame on the Daily Caller for advertising BCT and in such a devious way too...