John Davids 4/17/2020
Valforex, a website owned by a duo of Nigerian scammers who’s names are Warren Ouma and Valentine Ebuka Okpala paints itself as an honest and helpful broker review website. Unfortunately almost all of Valforex’s visitors only see this thin, innocent layer. It only takes one person to unravel the misleading information, lying and clear scamming schemes hidden inside the website that exposes Valforex’s illegal activity and years of escape, on the run from defamation and extortion law suits. After finding Valforex’s review of our brokerage, Fair Forex, that contained absurd, false and out of context claims that go out of the way to defame our businesses I took the time to investigate the website and owners, and I have uncovered information that can no longer stay obscured.
Valforex runs two different types of illegal business practices. Firstly they run a clear and illegal Ponzi scheme (a scheme that pays original investors with new investors money, continuously) that targets new and uninformed Crypto investors into thinking they are going to be investing with a safe and reliable investment service. The picture on the top left shows a very suspect and untrustworthy pop up about ‘Bitcoin Investment’ this pop up doesn’t stop nagging you and constantly pops up whenever
We know that Valforex is owned and administered by a duo of Nigerian males whose names are Warren Ouma and Valentine Ebuka Okpala (Who lives in Plymouth, United Kingdom). Both owners have had multiple complaints filed against them for Fraud, Defamation, Blackmail and Extortion, the sources of these claims vary from Ouma’s own claims to many negative reviews and articles on sites such as Trustpilot, Forex Peace Army and Forex92. Warren Ouma owns 2 further sites called www.campforex.com and www.topedgefx.com. Both are sites prove further the illegitimacy of the owners and Valforex. Let’s discuss the people behind Valforex before we review the lies told by these con men about Fair Forex.
Warren Ouma: He claims to be mentioned on widely known Forex related sites such as Fxstreet and Moneyshow but there is no history or recollection of Mr Ouma on either websites. Warren Ouma also claims to have won the ‘Million Dollar Trader’ Competition in 2014, unfortunately for Mr Ouma the competition didn’t exist in 2014, it started in 2016 when he also claims to have won it, another lie from Mr Ouma as successful trader Nial Fuller won the competition that year. Going along with Warren Ouma’s past, he publishes articles on certain sites and comments on negative reviews of his content using the fake name ‘W.Omondi’. If Mr Ouma didn’t have anything to hide or wasn’t trying to cover his tracks then he wouldn’t be using a fake alias. After a conversation via Facebook when I asked him about his business practices Mr. Ouma is quoted saying ‘I don’t care if you report me, I have been reported at least once every year since 2004’ and ‘Tell them [The Authorities] that I am a cyber hacker also’. Bearing in mind Warren Ouma writes these fake reviews about brokers on Valforex, including the review of Fair Forex, do you think this is a man who’s opinion we should honor?
Valentine Ebuka Okpala: