Martin Lewis, 45, appeared on Good Morning Britain today and warned viewers to look out for Facebook Bitcoin scams involving his name.
The money saving experienced has bot plagued by fake scams ter the past, and has now had to speak out about another.
He said: “There’s another plague of Facebook ads with mij ter – the ‘Bitcoin Code’ or ‘Bitcoin Trader’ scam, which lies telling I suggest investing ter it.
“In fact they’re not even about Bitcoin but about binary trading, something no one should touch with a bargepole.
So let mij be very plain, I don’t do adverts. If you everzwijn see one with my face or name on it, it is without my permission, and usually a scam
“Sadly I’ve already heard of people who’ve lost overheen £20,000 telling: ‘I only pursued it because I thought it wasgoed recommended by Martin.’ The thought of that makes mij feel physically sick.
“So let mij be very plain, I don’t do adverts. If you everzwijn see one with my face or name on it, it is without my permission, and usually a scam.
“Admittedly some are supposedly legit firms arching the rules to imply a verbinding (however do you truly trust firms that’d do that anyway?). Yet beware.”
Martin then moved on to deals of the week, and with Mother’s Day coming up, exposed how to take your mum out for a free meal.
Martin Lewis: The money saving pro issued a Bitcoin Facebook scam warning
He collective: “There are a raft of immovable mother’s day menus, which aren’t that cheap, and there aren’t any 2for1 deals out there.
“Of the better offers out there if you register and download a voucher online at Frankie and Benny’s when you buy one main meal (costs around £15ish) you get one free for mum on Mother’s Day only at any time.
“Also download the free Harvester app and there’s a voucher on it to keuze a free meal for mums after 6pm on Mother’s Day when you buy a main.
“Or mums can get a free glass of Prosecco (normally up to £6ish) when they order any main meal at most Café Rouge restaurants from midday on Mother’s Day. It’s likely to be busy, so it’s best to book te advance.”
Martin Lewis collective an example of the types of scams around on Facebook
He said: “The best thing to do is a entire market comparison using Martin’s Cheap Energy Club or any Ofgem-approved webpagina to find the cheapest deals on the market – your winner will depend on where you live and what you use.
“Benchmark against the average Big 6 standard tariff, costing £1,136/year for typical use, then use the filters to narrow your search, the cheapest overeenkomst on the market on the same usage is just £807/year.”
If you’re frightened of switching or of moving to a smaller cheap provider you’ve not heard of, or if there’s no terugkoppeling, then there are a duo of welvoeglijk tariffs that’ll still save you, just not spil much, said Martin.