Disrupt Trading Review

Disrupt Trading Review

Disrupt Trading Scam

This scam has already had its first major problem. Youtube have disabled their account so the videos on the site don’t work. I’m glad as at least people wont be scammed by these horrible people now. And trust me it’s a scam and one that was very easy to spot. There are so many reasons why Disrupt Trading fails the scam test…

disrupt trading is a scam

Again we are met with wild claims that don’t add up. The numbers they are talking about are just so unrealistic that its almost comedy. Whoever came up with this scam is very stupid.

Next we are bombarded with cheap tricks like the geo targeting flags and the fake security seals just like we saw on many other scams before.

Disrupt Trading fake

The testimonial photos are also all just stock images, but best of all – One of them is Hollywood actor and director David Arquette. Famously married to Courtney Cox from Friends, David is a very well known face and to use it on such a scam is fucking stupid. If you ever watched the scream movies, you would instantly recognize him and have 100% certainty that Disrupt Trading is a total scam. Its being added to my scam blacklist so that my users can see what a bad piece of software Disrupt Trading really is.

disrupt trading david arquette

The site goes on to make wild claims about being certified by international law firms, but these claims cannot be verified in any way, so I assume they are bullshit too.

And to end it off, we also had the classic Fiverr actor testimonials to add to the scam recipe. All in all, this is a bag of shit and you shouldn’t even bother checking it out as its 100% scam certified…

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Hoffman Stein Review

Hoffman Stein Review

Hoffman Stein Scam Review

Hoffman Stein is another bad scam that I have taken down by simply looking for the obvious signs.

Hoffman Stein is a scam

First of all, the claims that these jokers make are just ridiculous. How the hell can anyone guarantee that you will make over half a million dollars in only a week? I can tell you with one hundred percent certainty that nobody can offer that guarantee. If you believe the hype, you will lose your money.

Another Shoddy Scam

Secondly, there is the shady name Hoffman Stein Captial. Its not a real company and anyone who is clever enough to type it into google will see straight away that it’s a completely made up company. Nothing good can come from these arseholes, they are lying at every turn.


Next up is the countdown for the number of slots available and also the ticking clock slowly heading for zero. We have seen these tricks a million times and it never ceases to amaze me that these people still think that they work. Anyone who has seen any of my youtube videos will clearly understand that they are a simple psychological trick and nothing more.

Is Hoffman Stein a scam

Then we get on to the classic Geo-Targeting, something that has been used time and time again by these scammers to try and make you feel special or specifically selected to be a part of their once in a lifetime offer. Guess what, its all part of the massively poor scam that Hoffman Stein is.

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Finally we have the poor and blatantly obvious fake testimonials. Hoffman Stein uses Fiverr actors to pretend to be clients that have made millions of pounds. This not only proves this scam completely, but it also shows how cheap these scamming bastards are only spending ten dollars to create their shitty testimonial videos.

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In summary, I think the only impressive thing about Hoffman Stein, is that they managed to squeeze in just about every crappy scam tactic into one product. That’s about as positive as I can be with this pile of junk. Hoffman Stein is a scam and the above video proves it beyond doubt.



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GPS Trader Scam

GPS Trader Scam

GPS Trader Scam

GPS Trader Logo

Following a long conversation with some very unhappy people on my Skype channel, I have been asked to look into a product called GPS Trader. This product is catching people unaware and I have at least 3 verified users who have lost money using it. Today I will look into the issues surrounding GPS Trader and prove to you that it is a SCAM.

Not many of the favoured tricks on the front page to call it a blatant scam, but if you look hard enough, they are there.

GPS Trader Website

First of all, they use Geo Location to check your browser IP address, and then use it in all of their text to make you think the offer is only available in your country. This is an old trick and is being used more and more these days.

This is taken to a new level as they actually use a Google Maps plugin to show your physical location on their home page. I guess they were trying to give their bullshit about GPS some believability , however seeing as the whole thing is a scam, then its obviously a bad thing if they can see where you live. This will be made even more pertinent when you see what happens later.

Their “Facebook” comments are all faked. If a website integrates a real facebook feed, then the links would all go to a Facebook page. However none of their links go anywhere which is pure proof that its faked.

The “Profile” pictures are also fake, going some searching on Google images revealed that some of the images are being used on junk Google Plus profiles with loads of different names. They are probably being used to spam Youtube channels with links to their scams as well. Watch out for them if you see any comments with links in the comments below.

GPS Trader Testimonials Fake
On the videos, they make mention of only 20 slots being available and only for the next 24 hours. This is obviously fake as they use this false scarcity tactic all the time to trick people into signing up.
Worryingly, when you get past all the usual bullshit videos and sales fluff, you cant access the software without first depositing. No trial, no chance to see what it can do, just more trickery to make you part with your money just so you can see what it has to offer. A genuine product would let you test out or at least, see the product before you part with your money. You wouldn’t buy a car without at least seeing it and taking a test drive, so why would this be any different.



Lastly, my Anti-Virus software pinged up a message that the GPS Trader site was trying to infect me with a virus. This is a serious scam and if the site had infected me, they may have been able to steal my personal details or illegally access my bank account and steal money from me. I cannot stress enough, just how important it is that you don’t visit the site or enter your details as you are likely to get ripped off in a major way.

GPS Trader Warning



Is GPS Trader A Scam?

100% Scam guaranteed. They are using viruses to steal personal information. For this reason alone I am BLACKLISTING this scam.


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98 Success Review

98 Success Review

98 Success Scam

98 success scam
98 Success is a product that number of people have asked me to review. I got about 12 messages on Whatsapp on the weekend from Youtube subscribers asking me to take a look. They have all been mass-spammed about this product and I had to do some investigation to see if 98 success lives up to its bold claims.

98 success exposed

Again there are the usual quality and antivirus seals to trick you into thinking that something is secure, when in actual fact these images are bogus and just there to trick you.


Following on from these tricks, 98 success tries to con you into thinking that its endorsed by some major news broadcasters. I checked and I can assure you that they are not endorsed by any of them. They use a recent news event regarding some computer errors in the NYSE to make you think that they have uncovered some magical formula to make money. Trust me they haven’t, 98 success is some awful regurgitated bullshit that has been ripping people off for the last year.

Proof of this is in the testimonials that they use on their site. 98 Success uses a selection of images that are supposed to be their own customers. Some of theme seemed familiar so I put them all into Google Images. The results were shocking as half of them had been used on Fake testimonials on other similar looking scams such as Cloud Trader, Profit Maker and Dream Profits.
98 success scam testimonials

It seems that the creator of these scams has just re-branded his scam software is churning out copies all over the place. They are ripping people off with scammy auto trading software that doesn’t work and once the product’s reputation gets too damaged, they just change the site and start again with more lies and deception.
is 98 success a scam

Is 98 Success A Scam?



Without a doubt, this is a terrible scam. Not only have I reviewed and exposed all their previous efforts such as Cloud Trader, Profit Maker and Dream Profits, but now we can add 98 Success to their list of awful scam software. This menagerie of shit doesn’t seem to end, but trust me when I say that I will continue exposing these awful scams and wont stop until they do.


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Money Glitch Review

Money Glitch Review

Money Glitch Scam

The Money Glitch is a worrying 2 part scam. The lengths that some people will go to in order to rip you off is staggering. First of all we have every trick in the scam playbook thrown into the mix.

Money Glitch Scam

There are repeated countdown timers warning you that there is only so much time before the offer expires. Then you get into the issue of slapping loads of fake security seals around the site to give the impression that they are verified by major anti-virus and internet security companies. These are not real seals and just another attempt to rob you of your hard earned cash.

Next we have the worrying issue of more Geo-Targeted images like the UK Flags that were pasted around the site. These are again generated using the location country from your IP so if you visit the site from another country, you get that country plastered all over the place. This is used to trick you into believing that their offer is only available to you and only for a limited time. This type of tactic is to try and squeeze money out of you before you have time to research a product to see if it is genuine or not. If you were given an hour, most people would check on Google to see if there were any bad reviews, but when you only have a few minutes, the pressure is placed upon you to make a quick decision. Usually resulting in being ripped off.

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Then we have the fake testimonials. I found at least 2 images that were stock photos. If the Money Glitch is so successful, why cant they find at least a handful of real people to back up their claims? Ill tell you why, they cant because its a scam.

This leads us onto the second part of the scam.

TradeVerify Scam

On the Money Glitch fake testimonials, there is reference to suggest that the trades on the page have been verified by an independant company called Trade Verify. I went to their website and discovered that its a fake company. The photo of “Roger” the christian family man who notarises all the trades is actually a stock photo. As are all the other members of his team.

Trade Verify Scam

Not only that, but they refer to a scam from 2015 that had Verified its trades with Trade Verify. A sure way to prove that their service is bogus and most likely it was set up by the founders of the old scam who are back for more of your money.

Roger trade verify scam

Is Money Glitch A Scam?

Yes, no doubt about it. If what I have exposed above isnt enough, then taking one look at the interface is proof enough that its a scam. Its the same re-hashed, recycled shit auto trading bot that has been doung the rounds for the last 18 months. Its got no substance and is purely a scam.I have exposed a number of scams recently that use the same platform. A couple of examples are: Globe Trader Review & Referral Project Scam

money glitch auto trade scam

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Million Dollar Challenge Review

Million Dollar Challenge Review

Million Dollar Challenge Scam


Million Dollar Challenge is another scam that was pretty easy to figure out. They utilise some of the oldest tricks in the book and do them badly to be honest.

million dollar challenge fake
First off, we have the tired old methods with Geo-Targeted text and information to make you feel like the invite has only been sent to you. Trust me, it hasn’t. This crap has been spammed all over the world to millions of people. When a website says “only available in (insert your country here)” then you know there is something dodgy going on. Why would a company looking for investment limit itself to just one country. There is absolutely no reason for it, which gives real reason to doubt their integrity.

million dollar challenge scam
Next we have about a million “Quality Seals” which are just there to give you a false sense of security, they don’t actually mean anything. In this case, they have really, really gone over the top with their seals. A whole line of them which all pretty much say the same thing – Quality Guaranteed. Well guess what they really mean when I see them? SCAM GUARANTEED. Its such a shame that these arseholes cant be more inventive with their deceptions.

There is one really serious problem with their sales pitch though, they put a company name to the product – BIG mistake…


Stanford & Marcs Trading Group

The video repeatedly references a company called Stanford & Marcs Trading Group. I have done some heavy research and it simply doesn’t exist as a registered business anywhere in the world. Google it, you will only find references to the Million Dollar Challenge for that company, no official records, websites or anything that makes it legitimate. This is really concerning as they are committing fraud. You cant pretend to be representing a company that doesnt exist. Its simply ILLEGAL.

Then we have the stolen photos used on their “testimonials”, a sure way to seal the deal and for me to confirm this is a total scam. They stole some rather personal pictures from someones personal blog and also some poor guys Google Plus account. This is terrible and I hope they get sued for this abhorrent behaviour.

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