First National Innovation Brokers Counters Misinformation At Bitcointalk By Jerry Cleaves
The reputed FX companies like First National Innovation Brokers (FNIB) seem to be in deep trouble presently. According to the latest market reports, the premier Forex trading firm is being accused of taking to fraudulent activities with their customer’s investments with them. The firm is constantly getting slanderous posts on them from major online forums such as Bitcointalk.org that in turn is working to mislead its customers badly and might leave a black mark on the company. Thus, First National Innovation Brokers Fighting Fraudsters at Bitcointalk.org to fight against those scammers who are spreading false allegations on FNIB regarding defrauding of their client’s money.
It’s significant to mention here that bitcoin friendly FNIB is reputed for its secure service and it’s a prominent name among the handful of FX companies in the market which has ensured to provide up till 200, 000 USD in client safeguard by law.
Dr. Alexander, the PR/ Reputation Manager from First National Innovation Brokers expressed serious annoyance and irritation on the entire affair. According to the reports, the PR personnel from FNIB is especially disappointed with the fact that the allegations on FNIB (as posted on Bitcointalk.org) are being imposed from such individuals who have practically no connection or dealings with First National Innovation Brokers. He even expressed irritation on the fact that the moderators from the leading forums (Bitcointalk.org) have let these people to post slanderous remarks on the company without even verifying their claims.
Dr. Alexander spoke about an allegation post from an Aussie native namely Mitchell Bourne on Bitcointalk.org. According to the FNIB official, the company has never come across anybody of that name and hence his allegations on FNIB regarding defrauding his money are completely baseless. He even stressed that many other leading FX agencies are facing a similar situation as that of FNIB as their competitors are actually hiring some cheap writers to write slanderous posts on leading forums with the evil mission of misleading the clients of those victimized FX companies.
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