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BTC Global Trading & Finance Group Denies Any Connection to BTC Global Trade Ltd

BTC Global Trading & Finance Group CEO Simon Grant issued a statement on September 25 that his company had no connection with BTC Global Trade Ltd.

“We are aware of a British-registered company called BTC Global Trade Ltd, but we have no connection either to the company or anyone connected to it in any way,” he declared. “we are also aware this company appears to have caused thousands of their clients to lose a combined total of up to $50 million, allegedly through binary trading.”

Mr. Grant pointed out that numerous media reports on the British company had stated BTC Global Trade Ltd was promising its clients a guaranteed return on their investments of 14% per week.

“To put that guarantee into perspective, what they are saying is if you give them $1,000 and re-invest all the compounded gains, you would have $910,000 one year later,” said Grant. “That old saying about if something sounds too good to be true then it probably is, definitely applies to an offer of that nature.”

By way of contrast, BTC Global Trading & Finance offers investors a fixed term savings deposit scheme that guarantees a return of 18% interest per year, payable in bitcoins.

“Our interest rates are guaranteed, but we are very clear to potential clients that there is an element of risk because if the value of your bitcoins falls sharply and you have to cash out then you could lose money,” he noted. “Having said that, our clients are welcome to re-invest for another fixed term or park their bitcoins elsewhere and wait for values to rise again.”

For more information, please visit BTC Global’s new website at www.btcgtfg.com.

BVI-registered and licenced company that makes trades and loans in bitcoins.

P.O. Box 3257,
Mandar House,
Johnson's Ghut,
Road Town,
Tortola VG 1110,
British Virgin Islands

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