A new post has appeared on the official website of LibertyReserve. The administration of this payment processor informs that they are aware of emails sent out on behalf of LR offering an investment opportunity. They want all users of LibertyReserve to know that LR never makes any investment offers in any way: â€œThe ONLY business Liberty Reserve is in - to execute instructions of our customers correctly, securely and in timely manner regarding their transfers to other Liberty Reserve account holders. Any claims otherwise by anyone are false and misleading.â€
You are asked to forward all suspicious e-mails to the abuse department of LibertyReserve via ticketing system if you receive any, so that they can investigate the source and take appropriate action against them due to violation of LR's Terms of Service. The administration also stresses that you should be very cautious when conducting any business on-line and perform your own due diligence on any entity you wish to do business with on-line.
This does not only apply to Liberty Reserve account holders, but it is a good practice in general. You should always remember: if the deal sounds too good to be true - it probably is! More information on how to secure even more your on-line experience is promised to be posted soon by an upcoming Consumer Education Center. It will offer tips on how to safeguard your information on-line and steps to take to determine the validity of a business on-line.
Well, yesterday we published news about NEO Progress that reported on problems with deposits via LibertyReserve, the same was reported by Powerful-Strategy, and today by AGSTrade, ReProFinance and MacroTrade. However, in this update LR does not say anything about those problems.