Poll Question: Is onlineinvestmentsguide.com reliable?

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sirclesadmin
3 years ago
Can you trust the reviews at onlineinvestmentsguide.com ?

They review Bitcoin Revolution, Bitcoin Evolution and just follow the same templet without pointing out that they are obvious scams.

The contact details are as follows:

Contact us:
XUNHAI INFORMATION TECH CO LTD
RM18C, 27/F, Ho King Comm CTR
2-16 Fayuen ST
Mongkok Kowloon
HONG KONG
HONG KONG: +852 3075 6222
Canada: +1 844 846 5323
United Kingdom & Ireland: +44 3308 081445 (which is the same number as gettvbuddy.com, gettvfix.com, newsinfonow.com, breathgreen.net all who have the same Addres and phone number in Hong Kong and Australia, some of these companies have a US number too: United States: +1 855 884 0385)
Australia & New Zealand: +61 8 7282 2000
[email protected]

We can safely say it is the same company. Now they are trying their luck at affiliate marketing for Bitcoin trader scammers.

Their sister company PY DIGITAL MARKETING LIMITED
RM P 4/F LIADRO CENTRE
72 HOI YUEN RD,KWUN TONG KLN HONG KONG
Appear to use all the same telephone numbers as they do in Australia and Hong Kong too.

Their TV Fix product is like on of those you see advertised on Facebook, flashing up 'James in Detroit just ordered online' every few seconds which makes us think it is a scam.

These people are not to be trusted in our opinion.

Interestingly, even though it is supposed to be a review site, it carries a risk warning:\

Risk Warning:

Investing is speculative. When investing your capital is at risk. This site is not intended for use in jurisdictions in which the trading or investments described are prohibited and should only be used by such persons and in such ways as are legally permitted. Your investment may not qualify for investor protection in your country or state of residence, so please conduct your own due diligence. This website is free for you to use but we may receive commission from the companies we feature on this site. Click here for more information.

So this is called a 'risk warning' but it is actually a disclaimer explaining that the reviews are not reviews but actually affiliate links. So they admit that they do not review sites, but rather try and persuade you to click on them. I guess the TV box thing must've fallen through.
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Lemonde
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drdread
  • drdread
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11 months ago
Online review sites can be a useful tool to help you make purchasing decisions or choose a service provider. However, it's important to approach them with a critical eye and understand their limitations.

Here are some things to keep in mind when using online review sites:

1. Bias: Some review sites may be biased towards certain products or service providers, based on financial incentives or other factors. Be aware of this and try to find multiple sources of reviews.

2. Authenticity: Not all reviews may be authentic. Some reviews may be fake or manipulated, either by the company being reviewed or by competitors. Look for patterns in reviews and consider the overall sentiment, rather than just one or two reviews.

3. Sample size: Some reviews sites may have a limited sample size, meaning that the reviews may not be representative of the overall quality of a product or service. Consider the number of reviews and the diversity of the reviewers.

4. Context: Reviews may not take into account individual circumstances or preferences. What works well for one person may not work well for another. Consider the context of the review and how it relates to your own needs and preferences.

5. Your own experience: Ultimately, your own experience may be the best indicator of the quality of a product or service. Consider trying out a product or service for yourself, if possible, before making a decision.

Overall, online review sites can be a helpful tool, but it's important to approach them with a critical eye and use them in conjunction with other sources of information.
lucasaid
a month ago
All those sites are the same - they do not review or pass judgement, they just advertise because they are affiliates.
DogMan
  • DogMan
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a month ago
They are definite affiliates looking for a slice of the scammer pie!
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