Compare the images above. You can see the same plump red cheeks, the same hand gestures, the same dressing style with that plaid shirt and that same tiny logo on the left.
Who the fuck is Tony Marcano?
Why does he look just like Anthony Monfet, the well known con artist from Huntsville?
Why did he change his name?
What is this new company SIFIstocks.com, LLC?
The material provided on this site is for general informational purposes only. It is designed to provide tips on how to check if the man is legit or a scam. You are welcome to read thoroughly, create a trust score about him and make informed decision before breaking up with your money.
Here is a short guide to elementary research worth doing:
Check out what his company name (SIFI stocks) implies. Look for the terms SIFI and SIFI stock in the context of finance and stock market. Search what the acronym SIFI stands for. Tony uses the pun "Set It Forget It".
Search the term options boot camp to see he did not invent it, despite the association with his military service. There are tons of videos with that name on YouTube (try also the "options bootcamp", see what comes up).
Google the term proprietary scanner to see he did not invent that either. Contact his site's support and ask what is their proprietary scanner, mentioned on their site.
"OPTIONS BOOT CAMP
PROVIDES YOU WITH THE TRAINING AND STEP BY STEP
PROCESS TO CAPITALIZE ON "INSIDER INFORMATION"
USING OUR PROPRIETARY SCANNER!"
Google the name Anthony Monfet.
Search the images too (do you recognize a familiar face?).
Expand your research by adding terms like scam, fraud, ripoff , internet cheaters, lawsuits.
Use multiple search engines (Google, Bing, Yahoo...) for diverse results.
Read carefully the Terms & Conditions and the Disclaimer on his website, sifistocks.com. (It is quite long but most important).
Print both to keep a snapshot of the version that was valid for the day you signed up.
the terms & conditions might change whenever they want,
they do not give refunds,
they are neither securities broker-dealers nor investment advisers,
they're neither licensed nor qualified to provide investment advice,
they emphasize you should not base any investment decision upon any materials found on their report or website.
Search for a record of the company's LLC registration (I couldn't find on the web).
If you haven't found, email support and ask what is their EIN number (Entity ID number), entity type, what are place and date of formation, what is the principal address of the company.
When you are provided with EIN (if at all) - do a new research, to verify the company is really registered as LLC.
Check the company address on Google Maps. Make sure it is not a fake address, or the address of some bank or shopping center.
Ask yourself why Tony Marcano does not introduce himself on his website. Check out what is his professional experience besides being a sergeant in the U.S. army (no, military service is not the skill required for options trading).
Ask yourself what reason he had to change his name.
Watch his YouTube channel. Note that the comments are disabled and the testimonials playlist is empty (although there are 5 brief testimonials in one of his videos). Note the recording quality of the videos.
Pay attention to his body language during the broadcast, the hollow look of his eyes, which seem to be directed towards the teleprompter , not to the audience.
Most important: do your research as soon as possible because chances are that the information may disappear from the web pretty quickly, let alone the man himself (as has already happened over the past two years).
The desire to make money online is understandable, especially during these days of pandemic. That's why you should double check where to put your money.
My tip: if this sounds too good to be true then it really is too good to be true.
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