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BBC 3: Young, Welsh and Pretty Minted: The 20 year old online trader who makes up to £200,000 a year

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most likely another con. every 3 or 4 years a naive reporter is duped into giving air time to a con artist who on the back of this monster publicity of fake then becomes a mentor to 000s of wannabies charging them 5 grand a month each.

though only a few months ago the Daily Mail did the same for Gurvin Singh



rinse and repeat

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33 minutes ago, Guest For a young guy said:

My radar goes of just reading that article.

Buys a BMW i8 (flash car), but dresses as though he shops at Primark.


These young guys are usually just the front man for one or more backers who stump up for the hire of the car and private jet for an hour for the photo shoot. With that kind of publicity reach he will currently be receiving thousands of requests for a subscriptions service and mentorships.  

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As soon as I saw this.... i don't believe it.

"That's the day I first found out that I could make money without any GCSEs or qualifications,"

I am sure there are millions of people who do make money without qualifications. But £200k a year? REALLY! Statements like this, just encourage people to do reckless things.

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