Have anyonce heard or encountered the investment tips email-scams

Basically the scammer prepares 3 different e-mail schemes. For example for Bitcoin, one predicts that it will rise, other says it will be stable and the other one say it will fall. Scammer partions these between random email adresses equally. At last possility to guess correct is 1 out of 3.

For example there are 300k email adresses.

Rise – 100k

Stable – 100k

Fall – 100k

Here the point is , scammer avoids the rest 200k adresses and contiune with 100k adresses he gave the correct prophecy.

With the 2nd wave there will be 33.3k adresses remain but trustworthy will grow because they won’t really know they have been victimized by probablity. After 3rd vawe 11.1k remains.

4th vawe: 3700

5th vawe: 1233 …

Here there are 1233 potantial people who may think whoever sends these mails is someone to be given chance. At the end, whoever is behind this made correct predictions 5 times consecutively. Any victim here considers to ask for more predictions will be asked for money to give precise advices. And BINGO!

The content was posted by RickSanchezZz9999 on 2021-11-11 00:24:27 via reddit

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  1. teratical says:

    Yep, we discussed something with the same premise three weeks ago: [Groups claiming 100% profit with prepayment are big SCAM](https://www.reddit.com/r/Scams/comments/qc2xqv/groups_claiming_100_profit_with_prepayment_are/)

    *”However, what is lesser known is they give signals for LONG for half of their members and SHORT for half of them and post whichever happens in the group claiming they made a profit for their members, and block the other half who got liquidated.”*

  2. I’ve heard of this as an idea before (prior to crypto currencies being a thing) but I’ve never heard of it actually being used by a real scammer.

  3. Crabby_Appleton says:

    This scam has been around since even before email made it cheap and easy to do. I’ve seen it done with markets/investments of all kinds. Also sports betting, horse racing, etc. I even heard an ad on sports talk radio the other day for a tip sheet that said they picked the MNF winner 8 times in a row.

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