Welcome to our Insiders Club Scam Review. I got another spam email offering me a unique opportunity to join a “Secret Money Making Club”. I was told that I was one of a few selected users who would be allowed into their inner circle. So, I decided to investigate this further to see if it was a scam or the real deal.

First Impressions

So I was greeted with a fairly crap looking page with a video playing. This page had some bad elements that appeared to me almost straight away. Firstly, there is a countdown timer telling me that there is only 10 minutes left before my invitation expires. Also there was some text at the top claiming that their members had made $287,717 in the last 24 hours.

Screen Shot 2015-01-19 at 12.12.14These elements changed as the video progressed, so I decided to see what was causing these changes, real profit updated from a special server, or a script to fool you. After a few minutes the amount at the top had updated to $326,726!Screen Shot 2015-01-19 at 12.17.19So, I decided to look at the website page source to see how the numbers were updated and I came across some rather interesting code:

Screen Shot 2015-01-19 at 12.14.16Anyone who knows any basic web programming, can see that the numbers used are set on a base number which has randomly generated amounts added to it periodically throughout your visit! Clearly this isnt real, and designed to trick you into entering your details and allowing these scammers to get their claws into you.

Further investigation

My interest was piqued by the blatant disregard for their customers and the rather easy to spot bullshit that this site had offered so far. I decided to enter a fake email address and delve further into this pile of lies to see what the scammers that own it are up to.

The next page showed an obvious error. Remember that $326,726 that the members had made in the last 24 hours? Well it had magically changed back to a much lower amount of $126,624 when this new page loaded:

Screen Shot 2015-01-19 at 12.32.12One of the most important things that you need when telling lies, is to be consistent. Something that this scammer clearly didnt think about…

Also, they start talking about depositing and funding your broker account – clearly another Binary Options Partner who is making a commission on your losses at a Broker. This time using a fake registration form to try to rip you off.

More Proof Of This Scam

As if my evidence so far, hadn’t proved the dishonest and quite frankly poor attempt this scammer has made to rip you off, I found something else that made me convinced that this is all a big lie.

Check this guy on one of their “Testimonial” videos who goes by the name “Matthew”

Screen Shot 2015-01-19 at 12.42.12For some reason this guy looked very familiar and i couldnt put my finger on where I had seen his face before. Then it dawned on me that I had seen him supply a fake testimonial for The Freedom Project Scam under the name “Ray Wingate”. Here his name is Matthew, so clearly the guy is just a freelancer supplying fake testimonials. Here is a pic from the Freedom Project site to prove this is fake and the whole site is not to be trusted:

Screen Shot 2015-01-19 at 12.43.51Conclusion

In conclusion, I would have to say that the Insiders Club is most definitely a scam, and you can see the fake testimonials, scripted bullshit figures and obvious tricks that are used to try to convince you that this is a genuine opportunity.  I can wholeheartedly confirm that this is nothing but lies and you shouldn’t waste your time, money or effort on something so obviously fake.

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