Trading Capital Partners , tradingcapitalpartners.com
This group run out of Melbourne, supposedly. The webiste is pretty light on for information, suggesting that it is a work-at-home scheme, managed risk and working with Options.
Lots of fancy talk about what they do..but what they really do is……well, I can tell you after getting the sales pitch and contract that once again it is trading/betting in horse racing, although in the brochure they call it profit sharing with a large Australian corporate bookmaker. In the contrcat they call it lay trading. They reckon they have a 98% success rate and can make you a squillion (2.1% a DAY tax free) for your small investment in a licence of $9,999 (starter pack. Others go up to $49,999 ) Of course, licences are limited ( though they’re still trying to sell them two months later ).
You get a free week’s trial though where you are just about guaranteed to make about 10% on your money. Fair chance you can withdraw it after the trial, but here’s the thing: on their bookmaking website, bestpricebets.com, the listed recipient for your deposit is none other than WCT Operations, who also happen to be the deposit recipient at UK Homebusiness who offer the same scheme under a different guise: bookmaking licence/percentage betting. Also, they initially started off using thelayexchange.com, again the same as used by UK Homebusiness.
Different companies, different bookmaking websites but same web platform, same central account. If they are running a successful, legitimate business, why would they need to clone it and cloak it?
For me, I’d start running a mile. Something definitely dodgy going on here. The bad feedback on UK Homebusiness is starting to build, and I’d say it’s a fair bet to say that some poor sucker will get taken by this mutation of the same company.