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Sono appena stato depredato da cobracfd di circa 48000€.
ho iniziato 6/8/2019 con 250€ poi mi hanno affiancato tale DAviD Svensson,
in realtà tramite telefono mi ha fatto fare visto che aggiungono bonus risultati mininimi quindi ha cominciato a chiedere 5000€ x 4 volte e vedevo che
i guadagni erano forti. ho cominciato a chiedere qualche ritorno di €.
ma lui diceva lascia che ho più soldi per operare e guadagnare. ogni telefonata
era una richiesta di soldi. ero insospettito e non ho guardato minimimante cosa
diceva il mondo di tale società. Arriva a promettere di darmi 20.000€.
ma poi mi ha detto che doveva andare a NY x un corso. Sono rimasto 5 giorni aspettando altro agente.infatti è arrivata tale Kylie Murphy, la quale si è impegnata dietro pagamento di 5200€ relativa alle tasse sui guadagni che avevo fatto a versarmi con bonifico 20000€. poi ha cominciato a chiedere 3000€ per il contratto (mai sottoscritto) Poi ha chiesto 2000€ x 4 volte per evitare il rischio di negativi, il tutto sempre senza darmi niente in cambio. poi un giorno mi ha proposto visto che non operavo di chiudere tutto
e mi avrebbero liquidato 48000€. ho risposto ok. quindi anche Kylie ha avuto una riunione un giorno poi una conferenza alla fine siamo arrivati a 19/11
Ho chiesto diverse volte documenti visto che avevano pagato tasse a nome mio
Infine, ieri con un email mi chiede ancora 5000€ perchè sembravano mancare dei versamenti ho tutti i versamenti fatti con tanto di cro a due banche, poi ultimamnete mi ha chiesto 3000€ per avere poi il 25 la chiusura e il bonifico.
Non ho versato più niente tanto sapevo che ormai avevo perso tutto.
ora stò mettendo in mano di un avvocato il tutto anche senza speranze, spero
che questi delinquenti possano limitare il loro campo. purtroppo la maggior colpa è mia che ci sono cascato in pieno. mi piacerebbe avere qualche indirizzo Cobracfd per cercare un avvicinamento per avere almeno il deposito versato circa 30.000€.
Vi ringrazio di avermi ospitato

Translated by Google:

I have just been looted by cobracfd of about € 48,000.
I started 6/8/2019 with 250 € then I was joined by a DAviD Svensson,
actually by phone he made me do it because they add mininimi bonus results so he started asking for 5000 € x 4 times and I saw that
the gains were strong. I started asking for some return of €.
but he said let me have more money to operate and earn. every phone call
it was a request for money. I was suspicious and did not look at a minimum thing
said the world of that society. He arrives to promise to give me € 20,000.
but then he told me he had to go to NY for a course. I stayed 5 days waiting for another agent. In fact, Kylie Murphy arrived, paying € 5200 on the earnings I had paid to transfer € 20000 by bank transfer. then he started asking for € 3,000 for the contract (never signed). Then he asked for € 2000 x 4 times to avoid the risk of negatives, all without giving me anything in return. then one day he proposed me since I was not working to close everything
and they would have liquidated me 48000 €. I answered ok. so also Kylie had a meeting one day then a conference eventually we arrived at 11/19
I asked several times for documents since they had paid taxes in my name
Finally, yesterday with an email he asks me again € 5,000 because they seemed to be missing payments, I have all the payments made with lots of cro to two banks, then he finally asked me for € 3000 to have then the 25 closing and the transfer.
I didn't pay anything anymore so I knew I had lost everything by now.
now I am putting it in the hands of a lawyer, even without hope, I hope
that these criminals can limit their field. unfortunately the biggest fault is mine that I fell in full. I'd like to have some Cobracfd addresses to look for an approach to have at least the deposit paid around € 30,000.
I thank you for hosting me

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