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Fake Mirror article about oil investors on Dragons’ Den looks suspicious

Fake Mirror article about oil investors on Dragons’ Den looks suspicious

Fake Mirror article about oil investors on Dragons’ Den looks suspicious1 April 2021What was claimed British citizens can make more than £7,000 a day by investing in oil through a specific scheme. The company mentioned in the article is not a registered business in the UK, the article is not a genuine Mirror article and the methods used in the post are similar to those used in scams in the past. The article, headlined “‘Dragon’s Den’ makes British citizens rich with oil! magazine posted a video in November 2019 specifically looking at adverts featuring Dragons’ Den stars supposedly promoting bitcoin investments. While the new article we checked features contemporary references such as the 17th series of Dragon’s Den, which finished airing in March 2020, and the Covid-19 crisis, the approach based on a trading platform supposedly recommended by Dragons Den investors appears to be extremely similar.

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