Scam Alert: OTFX is Defrauding Investors


OTFX expanded fraudulent activities to mainland users, deceiving investors via offline meetings and online marketing. Be careful! You might unknowingly help illegal activities!

OTFX's marketing is undoubtedly professional. Firstly, they have purchased four-letter domain names, and their extensive online marketing campaigns suggest a high level of activity. However, no matter how much they do, it's challenging to conceal the illegal activities of OTFX.

OTFX's business model is not as they claim, based on transaction fees to generate profits. Instead, it operates as a Ponzi scheme, continuously recruiting new investors. For those with experience in stock investments, you might know that brokerages typically charge a commission fee of around 0.025%. What about OTFX's returns? According to their promotional materials for the lowest tier, depositing $3,000 results in a $1,000 bonus. While this bonus cannot be withdrawn, it can be used to calculate the total returns. What kind of business model can support such lavish marketing campaigns? Offering a 3-to-1 return, or even 5-to-2, or 10-to-5, this doesn't seem like a legitimate business – it appears to be more like charity.


Of course, such an extensive marketing campaign is not without corresponding demands. Let's take a closer look at what OTFX's real intentions are:

It appears that OTFX's primary objective is to attract a large number of investors, enticing them with substantial bonuses and returns. The promotional materials and marketing efforts create an illusion of legitimacy, drawing in unsuspecting individuals.

However, the actual purpose behind this extensive marketing campaign seems to be to build a substantial investor base. The pyramid-like structure, where returns are paid to earlier investors from the investments of newer participants, suggests that OTFX aims to keep the scheme running as long as possible, continually recruiting new investors to pay off earlier ones.

In essence, the primary goal of OTFX appears to be to amass a vast amount of capital from new investors and potentially exit the scheme once it becomes unsustainable, leaving many investors at a loss. This is a classic characteristic of a Ponzi scheme.


Suppose an investor participates in the steps of registering and receiving bonuses as shown above. In that case, it might be seen as a personal decision, and if their money is lost, it's a case of "you reap what you sow." However, if investors get involved in the subsequent scheme illustrated in the image, that could involve illegal activities. Without further ado, let's take a look at the image directly.


In plain language, let's explain the situation:

If you introduce your friends to OTFX and they open accounts, you can earn a weekly bonus equal to 2.5% of your friends' total invested capital, up to a maximum of 40 weeks. This kind of high return might even make Warren Buffett call you "bro."

But, are these earnings really generated from OTFX's legitimate profits? Absolutely not. These high bonuses are solely funded by the initial capital invested by later participants. When you bring your friends into the OTFX project, you're essentially taking their savings in a fraudulent scheme. Furthermore, you may face legal consequences for your involvement, as was the case with the PTFX judgment a few years ago. If someone you know is trying to get you involved in OTFX, it's time to reassess your relationship and find out if there are any unresolved issues or disputes.

So, when will OTFX collapse?

When the new capital inflow into OTFX becomes insufficient to pay the bonuses to early investors, the whole financial game comes to an end. This article, along with similar revelations, is likely to prompt more investors to withdraw their funds early. Once a run occurs, OTFX's financial scheme will crumble. So, if you're one of the lucky users who've come across this article early, it's time to withdraw your funds. Delaying your exit may leave you with nothing.

Some people might ask, "But isn't OTFX regulated? Isn't it trustworthy?"

As for OTFX's false claims of regulation, a previous article by TraderKnows has already provided relevant information, which you can find here: https://www.traderknows.com/en/news/344e00b75c924f909519c47283ac1c68


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The market carries risks, and investment should be cautious. This article does not constitute personal investment advice and has not taken into account individual users' specific investment goals, financial situations, or needs. Users should consider whether any opinions, viewpoints, or conclusions in this article are suitable for their particular circumstances. Investing based on this is at one's own responsibility.

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Ponzi Scheme

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