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I found a very useful looking web site that checks web sites. They do an analysis and highlight anything suspicious as well as giving an overall 'trust' score and also lists target site 'user reviews'.

The 'Notes' section on this company for instance makes for interesting reading as do the client reviews. The site only scored 30%.

https://www.scamadviser.com/check-website/moneyonlineinvestment.com

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I thought, just in case, I'd better do a check on IG.com     ....   phew!!

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