True Capital Pro Forex Cold Call Scam

True Capital Pro Scam site

I just received a call claiming to be from True Capital Pro. They claim to be based in Covent Garden in London but it sounded like a Philippines call centre.

They claim to have exclusive software that scans the markets 20 times per second.

They said I’d responded to a current campaign looking for a secondary source of income.

They said their commission is just 3% so that absolutely aligns their interests with their customers. So much so that they’d assign an experienced mentor to help me make $30-$70 AUD per day.

The minimum investment was just $200 USD which is $300 AUD exactly.

Most importantly they claimed to be regulated in Australia. Without taking a breath he told me not to worry about it because I obviously have never traded before.

This is all a lie. Actually MetaTrader 5 software does real-time market scanning, but it’s hardly exclusive. And most of the scammers don’t run a true data feed. Instead they manipulate the data when they need to give you the illusion of profits and then manipulate again when they need to wipe your position out.

He asked what I did for a living, I answered “I write about scammers who illegally call people with forex scams.” He didn’t even listen to that an moved on with his script.

They didn’t even bother exposing their fake Australian phone number on the call. It was just “No Caller ID”. This is the second call from them, but I was driving the first time so couldn’t take notes.

While demanding to know who is regulating their brokerage business in Australia he said he wasn’t here to argue with me and hung up.

This is exactly the same modus operandi every other scam company out there does, collectively they have stolen millions globally from their clients. (don’t click that link – I’ve already told you it’s a scam so it redirects back to this post)

8 responses to “True Capital Pro Forex Cold Call Scam”

    • I nearly left this comment as spam, but at least people can see how these scammers operate. Goran you didn’t read the section around the link where it clearly says

      don’t click that link – I’ve already told you it’s a scam so it redirects back to this post


      I don’t get paid for reviews, I don’t get paid to do this.

      Most importantly I don’t have to try harder as I don’t try at all but the scammers keep calling.

      Why would I link to a scammer and improve their search engine results? Even a bad review with a link would give them a lift. So no links for you.

      Normally I don’t even put any reference to the website, but I decided to mix it up this time

  1. I just received the same spiel,except they took me to a purported Commonwealth Government also an ASIC site which showed that they were authourised and had an ABN.As soon as we got to the billing page,I hung up.

  2. I have one of these fellas going to ring me back in an hour, they are very persistent, this about the fifth call in as many days as I’m very busy. Think I’m going to have to tell him I have reported him to get him to leave me alone. But don’t know who to report to.

    • As long as you haven’t given them access to your computer via team-viewer or similar screen sharing software you should be fine. There’s not a lot they can do with your email address and phone number. They are really targeting people who will use a credit card to fund their dubious investment. They will also happily login to your bank account if you’ve allowed them to do that.

  3. I just received a call from these idiots as well saying i signed up on the 22nd of November 2019 as I was interested in additional income. Said i never signed up or was interested so stop wasting my time with his scam. Was quiet threatening saying i did sign up when I know i did not.

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