Video: Scam Alert! Teslertrade.com is a scam website. Beware.

2 months ago

Yesterday, I got a message from my from my brother who lives in Dubai. We are so close to the extent that we always introduce any new paying business to each other. Most especially, if it is online biz. He said to me he got a text message from someone who claimed to be Emmanuel that he should message him on WhatsApp.


Here are the proofs the Emmanuel sent to my brother. (Zoom to see very well)

After when he did that, the guy called Emmanuel started telling him about a website (teslertrade.com) where he claims to be earning $1,000 every 24hours. This sounds too good to be true to me as well but since the person telling me is my brother, I have to listen to him first (even though I will still do my own research about it). The Emmanuel have posted for him different kinds of proofs to lure him into believing the website (teslertrade.com). Videos, pictures, messages, proof of payment and so on.

To be honest with you my dear readers, when I saw those proofs, What I said to my brother is that, "When I dreamt of me prospering this year, they did not show me on the TV clearly that this is how easy it will be. See God ooh!". We both laugh and I taught him how to get Bitcoin worth of $250 which he needs to invest in the website to start his earning. Then I proceed in my own research about this website and those proofs.

At first, what keeps banging in my mind is that. I am to invest $250 worth of Bitcoin into a website, they will use the money to trade binary, crypto, and forex and in 24hrs time, I will get paid in $1,000. Sigh! I need no one to tell me something is fishy here but those proofs keep drawing me back to the conversations I had with my brother.

Teslertrade.com Is A Scam Website.

When I get to the website page, there is a video of the self-acclaimed CEO (Steven Abraham) of the project acting some movies of him being a billionaire. Riding a good and beautiful car then stop at a lady house to check her earning for the day for her.
He said he is philanthropy and he likes to help people to become rich just like him. But when I scrolled down to the bottom of the website, then I realized what I am about to get into.

Look at the image below;


Under testimonies section on the website; 3 different faces having the same name and claim to be doing the same job. (Zoom to see very well).

Even if three of those faces are triplet born by the same mother and have the same name and doing the same work in real life. It is very impossible they will plagiarize their testimonies. This show that the person/people behind this scamming website are not even professions enough.

Like this wasn't enough for me to proof them wrong and give them the scamming tag. I went ahead and do more research; This article remind me to check for the rich guy name on Forbes website, at least he's rich so he should be on forces list. Or if not him, maybe his website which has helped a lot of people to become rich. both the Company and the Steven Abraham names are nowhere to be found online, not even on CNN business, Bloomberg, Forbes magazine, forex, crypto and/or binary options website. Which made it clearly shows that the dude is just a joking scammer claiming to be what he is not to get people to invest their money in the website.


This guy in YouTube video fell a victim of this project in 2016 and made a video review to tell people not to fall for it.

Another guy posted a video review of the same issue on YouTube. I pity him because he had already felled a victim of this website. I also realized this website Domain name has been changing almost every year. As at 2016, the website domain name was Teslertrade.co. On 2017, It was an application (Tesler App) which one will need to connect to another website to make payment. On 2018, the website domain name was Teslertrading.com. Now, in 2019, the website domain name is Teslertrade.com.

This shows that this is the hand's work of some group of people hiding under something to scam people of their sweat. I have informed my brother who was first introduced to this to be aware of what he will be putting money into, If it sounds too good to be true, he should RUN.

Now, I am telling you all the same thing to run away from these mention websites and always do your own research before investing your money into any project. And if it sounds too good to be true. Don't just run, disappear. Thanks for your time.

Thanks to those people who have done a review about this since past years, they nothing but a hero to the world.

Note: This post was shared on other social media to inform everyone I know and those who know me. I mean no harm to Smoke Network.


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I'd stop listening at the $1000/24h point. Someone who earns 1k/day will not reveal method online, unless it's MLM or pyramid...


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HYIPS are bad in the crypto space, like really bad and the ads are all over getting new users to join and lose them.
Go to any crypto faucet and you will see the ads all over. It really is a bad thing

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Maybe my adblocker keeps me unaware of it. Anyways I've learned a lesson in my early twenties, luckily I lost nothing but time.


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Yes me too, I lost nothing but time. Even while losing my time I still earned some things then. 😅

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Put it this way. In time spent there you definitely learned more than you think. In my case I learned some selling techniques, selling psychology. That was part of their program (it was insurance MLM company). Secondly, I learned what MLM, pyramid and some other scamy structures are. That wasn't part of their program. Third and most important, I learned when and how to apply all that stuff in my life.


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Those guys are scammer, they are good at it and changing format every year.

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Thank you for that.

This is something I used to believe before but then I realized some people are just God sent. Also if you check those proof in the 1st images, lol you will ask me to give you the website link. 😂😂

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Is that the same Tesler as this one?


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Yes, it is still the same site with different domain. 😂
This people are crazy hahaha 🤣🤣

The more rewarding the sites are, the less authentic they become. I normally don't even visit sites with such offers. Too good to be true.

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That is one of the things that's came to my mind when I first heard about it. And that lead me to more research.

man them testamonies with the lorem ipsum text is priceless that is for sure, I would love to know anyone that falls for that is well really not ready to invest anyway.

good thing you did your own digging and found that it was a scam before you guys invested

as for the site changing names that is how these HYIPS and scams work. They are slowly moving over to smart contracts and they are still a huge RISK

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If you type on Google search "teslertrade.com scam" you will see as many reviews as you want about the scamming. What I noticed that make me wrote about this is that, people wrote about 2016,2017, 2018 events and cases that happened about this scamming websites, but non is for 2019, which means they have just started again this year and they even come with different domains name and different styles. So before innocents people will start falling for it, they should be able to get something for the latest style they are using if they search on Google.

There are scams everywhere you look these days man, thanks for the heads up, bong on bro. :-)

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Thanks Bongonbro! Sure, I will be more careful.

Alot of scam project out there, once it's too good to be true it's definitely scam

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Am telling you my brother, in fact I can tell this is not even a project. It is a pure scamming.

Thanks for the notice. Theres a lot of them out there

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Yeah! They are everywhere. We need to be more careful about those guys. You're welcome and thanks for stopping by.