Jamie from my Whatsapp group has asked me to take a look at a new binary options product called underdog millionaire. Not to shy away from a challenge, I have decided to give my opinon on this product, and figure out if it’s a scam or not. However, this one is not as straightforward as it seems.
Underdog Millionaire Website
The site itself doesn’t have too many concerning elements. There is a distinct lack of any tacky countdown timers or instances of high pressure sales tactics. There is however a series of testimonials on the page and I discovered pretty easily that they used stock photos rather than real people. This is a concern as you would expect a legitimate service to have some real people to call upon for recommendations. Other than that, there isn’t much else to go on as nothing else screams scam.
Underdog Millionaire Video
The video is a mixed bag as well. It doesn’t seem to be written by a native English speaker, and doesn’t fill me with confidence. Also with the claims of making multiple millionaires very recently, the video contradicts the website as the bold claims don’t follow what is written on the page.
Underdog Millionaire Software
The software interface is not one that I have seen before, although it doesn’t seem particularly well made, it cant be judged on looks alone. I fond myself in a rare predicament where I cant conclusively claim that this is a scam or not.
Underdog Millionaire Conclusion
To finish, I think im going to sit on the fence with this one, as although there are some minor concerns, there is nothing that tips me over the edge. This one avoids the blacklist for now, but is by no means a recommended product. If you want me to test this further, let me know in the comments below.
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This time round I am looking at a new Binary Options Software service called Automated Binary. This looks to use the same engine as OptionRobot, so I am hoping for good things.
From the outset, there are no obvious scam signs. Not a single cheesy video or countdown timer to be seen. How refreshing to see something that isn’t trying to trick people. The site is very clean looking and professional, with no fake testimonials or other crap to make my alarm bells start ringing.
Another great sign is the no-obligation demo account that is offered. The scammy products all make you deposit before you can see what their software can do. Here we have the opposite. The developers of Automated Binary want you to test drive their product and see for yourself what it is capable of before you even spend a penny on it. This demo account is funded with a slightly unrealistic amount of $50,000. However the trades can be placed at a realistic rate, so the results should be on par with someone starting on a small balance. I set it running with the settings on Classic, with 60 second trades and maximum of 3 trades at once. I set the algorithm to Trends only, as I am not confident in any of the other methods on offer. My demo balance went up $140 in just 12 small trades within about 10 minutes. Impressive.
I decided that a real investment was the next logical step, so I deposited $350 into my Tropical Trade account and now I will start trading for real.
Another day, another shoddy software product that needs my critical eye. This one has been requested multiple times by members of my Skype group and also my website. www.scamxposed.com.
From the outset, Opus gets on my nerves. The first thing I saw when I opened the page was a claim that there is “Only 1 Spot Left in United Kingdom”. This is a classic trick that has 2 parts to it. First of all, the number of spots being 1 is a technique called false scarcity and its designed to make you think you are one of the last possible members that has a chance to get it. This forces you to make a decision on the spur of the moment and fools many people. The second part of this trick uses IP location and a clever bit of scripting to display the country and flag of the visitor to fool you into thinking that its an exclusive offer in just your country. Trust me it isn’t. This is a tried and tested scammer trick that fools many people by making them think they are the lucky few rather than the truth.
I started watching the video, but again it was more bullshit and unfortunately for Opus Formula, they showed the interface in the video. It’s the SHITBOT once again. Yet another version that has hit the marketplace and is fooling more and more unlucky people.. The shitbot is a trashy auto trader which doesn’t work. It has had more re-branding than I have had hot dinners. It keeps getting re-branded, released, slammed, taken down and then the whole cycle starts again. 100% scam, and Opus Formula is going on my Binary Options Scam Blacklist.
About a dozen Youtube Subscribers and WhatsApp friends asked me to take a look at a new software product that’s just hit the market called Trade X Profit. In my review below I will be looking to see if it’s the real deal or a scam. There are some bold claims that the software has been seen on Bloomberg, Forbes and CNN, but with a little research I can confirm these claims are untrue. I could find no articles referring to Trade X Profit on any of those sites proving the first of many lies.
The next issue I have is the seals of approval on the site. None of these have any merit as they are just images downloaded from the internet with no backing by any official body or other source.
Following on from this, there are some shady looking customer testimonials down the page with quotes like:
“Before Trade X Profit, I had cash in my last name only! I have made 409,800 dollars in 2 months and paid mortgage on my house. It works!”
“I have been using Trade X Profit for over an year now and I have made over 2.5 million dollars. Now its my turn to give back to the neighbourhood so I have set up a few charities”
These quotes are some of the most awful bullshit I have ever seen, such bold claims with nothing to back them up. Also when I googled the images of these so called customers, they are simply stock images that have been used instead of photos of actual people. Another easy way to spot a scam in my book.
And finally the nail in the coffin was the software itself. I took one look and could see straight away that its another iteration of the notorious SHITBOT. Yes that’s right, the most re-hashed, re-branded pile of shit software has yet another version out in the wild. Avoid this at all costs, the SHITBOT is totally useless and confirms that Trade X Profit needs to be added to my Binary Options Blacklist.
Another product that I have been asked to review by my Youtube subscribers – Aussie Method. This one turned out to be very easy to unveil as a devious scam and my review below will show you concrete evidence to support this.
I have gotten into the habit of googling any images of people that claim to be associated with the products I review. I do this as if they are legitimate, then the people in the pictures are usually genuine as scammers wouldn’t use their real photos on a bogus product. The Aussie Method is supposedly created by a guy called Jake Pertu and he slaps a big picture of himself on the site, so I decided to google the image as it looked pretty much like a stock photo. What I uncovered was suprising to say the least. Jake Pertu’s picture revealed 2 similar sites using the same photo. The Brit Method and the Canuk Method. All the sites were exactly the same only the name of the site and Jakes name had been changed. This is clearly a sign that this is a cleverly targeted scam as the UK, Australia and Canadian markets are the most saturated with Binary Options traders.
The rest of the site is a mix of fake facebook feeds, twitter mockups (which use the wrong font btw) and some dummy phone messages that are so easy to fake. This was all so blatantly a lie, I didn’t even need to watch the video to conclude that the Aussie Method is a scam and should be avoided. This is another product being added to my blacklist. If you have any products that you want me to review, please contact me using the details below or leave a comment on my Youtube Videos and I will happily investigate any product that you are concerned or curious about.
My subscribers have been asking me for a few days to look into a new binary options software product called Click Trade App. I have completed my review and the outcome is not at all surprising if you have seen the product in question.
The site itself has got to be one of the most horrendous looking websites I have seen this side of 1997. I mean really, its just the most awful looking pile of crap that I have ever seen. Whoever created this website clearly has no skill whatsoever. The fonts look awful, the layout is terrible and the images and logo look like they were made with Microsoft paint. There are a number of glaringly obvious spelling mistakes on the Click Trade App website and the design of the software has to be some of the worst ever seen. Enough criticism about the look of the site, the video is also a total car wreck. The alleged CEO of the click trade app, John Cross is in fact a fiverr actor that has been seen before on other scams including Wisdom Of The Crowds which was a terrible scam and can be seen in my video review.
All the issues aside, I took a look at the software interface for Click Trade App and unfortunately its also just a big mess. The “Demo” is supposedly giving you $250 to play with and then it starts making trades on your behalf. However I discovered that this is just a scripted event by refreshing the software panel and the balance reset. The same trade was then placed again with the same outcome, proving that it’s a fake trade designed to make you think you will make money as soon as you deposit real money
This pile of absolute shit that calls itself the Click Trade App is probably the worst piece of garbage I have ever reviewed and is going to take pride of place in my Binary options Blacklist as a scam.
This week a new product has been released, and I have been asked to cast my critical eye over it by my whatsapp group members. From the outset, there are a number of worrying factors that lead me to believe it is a scam. The video for Zero Loss Formula has some sections that were recycled from another scam last year. The actor has been seen on other scams before as well so it doesn’t bode well at all.
The site is also plastered with wild claims about making millions with the software, and that you can too. Its these claims that start the alarm bells ringing. Any product that over hypes its results is likely to be a scam, and this one is starting to seem quite worrying. The site also uses a countdown of the number of slots that are available, which is a common practice from the scam software sites that I have reviewed in the past.
The second page also has a number of suspicious factors that need addressing. There are pictures of members, which happen to be stock images that I uncovered with a google image search. These all seem to be used for various fake linkedin and twitter accounts. It may be that these are accounts are also being used to promote Zero Loss Formula, so be aware of the social media hype surrounding this scam.
Getting onto the interface, its yet another iteration of the SHITBOT. Yes that’s right, yet another version has been released. They seem to be getting much more regular with their release of these clones and the software doesn’t get any better with each version. In fact the most recent test of the shitbot was a total failure and its worse than ever.
In summary, there are far too many issues with Zero Profit Formula to get an endorsement from me, in fact this pile of steaming shit is going straight on my Binary Options Blacklist.
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Another new product was recently released and I was asked to take a look by my subscribers. Well here we are again with another shoddy looking product that has so many inconsistencies it wasn’t very hard to rule this as a scam.
On the face of it, there are some obvious flaws. First of all the video starts with a number of known fiverr actors giving fake testimonials. This really grinds my gears and has started to become a terribly lazy habit of the scammers to re-use the same people. They are taking the fun out of discovering their deception. Too easy guys!
Aside from the video, the photo testimonials are all stock photos as a simple google image search proved. This is again far too easy to spot and takes away any of the believeability of the product. The name is also a bit strange. 3 Steps 2 Cash claims to be a multi-billion dollar company with over 4000 investors. Curious then, how I couldn’t find one single bit of information on this massive institution. Even the most secretive companies in the world are forced to have public records, so this is another example of more bullshit from these jokers. Also the logo on the site says cash club? Not sure why. The one thing that also flagged this as a scam product, was the fact that in the testimonials and on the 2nd page they refer to Terran Capitals. This was a scam product that I exposed a few months ago and is a proven scam. I have the feeling that these people have forgotten to change their text when cloning Terran for the purposes of re-branding an old scam. This is the final nail in the coffin for 3 Steps 2 Cash. It’s a surefire scam and they have really shot themselves in the foot here.
Then we get on to the software. You cant even see it until you deposit which given the nature of all the lies so far, worries me the most. Who knows if you will even be able to trade or maybe its all a big setup to steal from your bank account.
I have no choice to put 3 Steps 2 Cash (or cash club) onto my Binary Options Blacklist. It will be joining its related product Terran Capitals as a blacklisted scam forever…
A large number of people in my Skype advice group have asked me to check out a new product called Cash Formula. I have discovered some worrying things about this product that need to be exposed so you can see the truth about cash formula.
On first inspection, it doesn’t seem to have too many scam tricks on display apart from the fake Symantec and antivirus seals that aren’t actually attached to any security ratings. This is a common trick used by the scammers to make you think that the site is safe and secure, and by proxy that your money is safe and secure with them. The video shows an actor in front of a rented holiday home showing off his “wealth”. This is the biggest trick used by the scamming community to make you think the owner of the so called product, is a rich guru and he is going to share his secrets with you. In this particular scam the video goes on about the rich 1% wanting to keep their money making secrets to themselves and the guy in the video offers you a limited time offer to show you what they use to make their money. What a load of bollocks. .
At the bottom of the page, there was a popup showing all the email addresses of the users who are signing up as you are watching the video. I checked the source code and it seems this is just generated from a list within the site to make you think there are loads of people signing up at the same time as you. Another trick to make you get in “before its too late” Shocking. Moving on to the next page, you get yet another cheesy video with cars and boats etc and more BS. The page says that the spots are limited and closing the window puts you to the back of the queue, which is a technique used to scare you into going on to the next step.
Again as we progress to the next page, there is more scarcity being touted about. Now we have a countdown timer to sign up that runs out in only 59 seconds. I let the time run out and the popup closes and then you are easily able to get to it again with another 59 seconds on the clock. This proves that these timers used are to scare you into signing up without doing your homework. And when they put you onto the page where you have to part with your money, they put the pressure on again with another timer telling you that you only have a few minutes to put your money in. This is high-pressure sales at its very worst. An awful tactic that unfortunately tricks so many people.
Cash Formula Conclusion
So when you boil it down, this is a junk piece of software that uses all the tricks in the scam repertoire to get you to sign up so they can spam you and the software itself is going to be another junk auto trader with no merit or actual value whatsoever. Welcome to the Binary Options Blacklist, Cash Formula…
This one landed in my inbox over the weekend from at least 3 known spam/scam sources and I just had to take a look to see what bullshit the scammers are up to. Another one here for the Blacklist by the looks of it.
The video explains all about the recent Brexit situation and the UK’s decision to leave the European Union. It goes on to say how a guy called Arnold Palmer (not the famous golfer) has developed some magical system to take advantage of the current market conditions post-brexit. Now although Brexit has been a pivotal issue with current currency trades, I highly doubt that a shit auto trader is going to make you rich because of it. The site is littered with the uninventive scam practices that I see on a daily basis from the people who farm out these scams. Countdown timers, fake security seals and limited number of slots are all present on this scam and its hardly surprising that this is followed up by more of their tricks of the scam trade. There are a number of testimonials on the site with photos next to each one. Every single one that I checked on google, are all stock images taken from other sites. One of them has even been used on another Binary Options scam – Parsons Profits. I reviewed this one on my old Youtube channel and it was as bad, if not worse than Brexit Money Machine.
Brexit Money Machines Review Conclusion
Worst of all, when I finally decided to sign up, guess what the software interface was? That’s right, the SHITBOT strikes again. That’s 4 in less than a week that I have reviewed and they all use one of the 2 current platforms that the scammers are recycling to avoid the negative press they receive. Its unbelievable how quickly they are turning these awful products out and I think its time we all did something about it. Make sure you share my video and my blog post about this terrible scam, so that no-one else falls foul of these evil people. I am sure they have ripped off people for millions of dollars already and it doesn’t show any signs of stopping. I will be creating a list of the shitbots for you all to see just how bad this situation is getting and will do a video exposing them all at some point as well.