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Zeus 2 Auto Trading: A God among scams!

Zeus 2 Scam, A god among scams!

Once again we have yet another poorly executed scam in our hands. However unlike the Greek god, Zeus 2 ‘s accomplishments are marginally less impressive. Zeus2.co is another Binary Trading platform who swears to be like no other software around. Typical. Zeus Auto Trading was created by CEO and bigshot millionaire Mathew Harrison. He claims to have been featured on CNN This Morning, BBC News, Bloomberg Squawk, CNN Business World Finance and Forbes Magazine. With such a high success rate and wide NET worth you would expect him to be top of the list on Google searches, right? That isn’t the case. The extent of internet history for Mike Harrison is a couple of LinkenIn pages to Britons and other key sites related to Fobes. That’s it.

There is literally no evidence of Mathew Harrison anywhere. This fact in itself completely disproves how much this guy is actually worth. Remember his claims of appearing on all these high profile news organisations and magazines? Despite these ridiculous claims his name can barely generate a legitimate social media trail or even LinkedIn for that matter.

The creator of Zeus2 Auto Trading was known on Wall Street as “Mr. Midas” (obviously an ex-wall street guy). He developed a new algorithm for success. This platform performs like a GPS trader. It supposedly uses a ZIO counter algorithm to prevent loss. However the only reason why it doesn’t lose a single trade to the eyes of the viewers is because it may be linked to a number of scam binary options brokers who controls the trades. Although Harrison seems to be making a clean and simple trade, he isn’t. But we’ll get to that later.

The first mistake we spotted from a mile away was the sites time scales. Their video presentation claims to have made 74 millionaires in just 181 days since January 2016. Zeus 2 Auto Trader has already made two painfully stupid mistakes with its time management. The first is their website registration. If you put Zeus 2 Auto Trading’s url into who.is the domain details spring up straight away. Testimonial Helen Palmer claims to have been making $5,000 per day since April 14 2016. Good effort, Helen, the website was only registered on October 25 2016.

Zeus 2 domain registration
Better yet, Zeus 2’s video testimonial was uploaded to Youtube on October 31 2016.

This leads us to our next point, the fake screen shots of successful trades. Here we can see a previous student, Helen Palmer, who appears to have a number of successful traders throughout April of this year. According to the screen shot she began trading on April 16 2016. What is particularly embarrassing about this is directly underneath those screenshots you can see the upload date of Zeus 2’s video onto Youtube: October 31st 2016. It’s actually quite fitting that the upload date coincides with Halloween because the lack of originality or effort is absolutely terrifying.

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What’s more, a piece of common knowledge is no binary trades occur on weekends or holidays. A couple of the days shown fall on weekends, so there’s no way these would have actually happened. It’s a poor effort, really.

As for their testimonials, the whole ordeal is completely bogus. Most scams will put the effort in to show their testimonials to apply at least a little bit of legitimacy. Zeus Trader hasn’t bothered to put the slightest bit of effort into this factor. The only other person who may be considered as a ‘testimonial’ is the girl at the beginning of the video.

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Unfortunately Helen and Mathew from Zeus 2 cannot be with us today due to their lack of existence. Also, Helen Davies has been mentioned on other binary scam websites as “Helen Palmer”, so her identity has also made a quick but subtle change. Good one. Another utter failure on Zeus 2’s part is the unbelievable success rate they stamp all over their video presentation. At present, Zeus 2 Auto Trading promises to make you a ridiculous profit of $605 per hour. That’s right, PER HOUR. That kind of money isn’t possible per day. Zeus 2 Auto Trading also brags of its 100% success rate on all trades. This isn’t true. No auto trader can produce this high level of success – especially on auto-trade. The average return rate on binary trades is around 75%. For Zeus 2 Auto Trading to claim such a stupidly high success rate is unbearably stupid.

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But if you pay close attention to the “placed to be filled before registration closes” on Zeus2.co the supposedly limited number of places are never filled. I left my browser open for a good couple of hours in anticipation. These ‘limited places’ remained at 3. Unfortunately we couldn’t find anything on guy in Zeus 2 Auto Trading’s video. However it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to know it’s probably a green screen backdrop. Each pause between his sentences imply he is reading from.

Zeus 2 Mike Harrison

Conclusion: Zeus 2 is the God of all SCAMS!

To sum up, hats off to Zeus 2 Auto Trading. It was a fantastic attempt. Well, that’s a lie. It was a terrible attempt. Unfortunately an unholy amount of scams similar to Zeus Auto Trading are flooding the internet at the moment. We know it’s hard to keep up with what’s legitimate and what isn’t. But make sure you keep your eyes on this space to read up on the legitimate binary trading options.

 

Orion Code: A lazy duplicate and a scam!

Orion Code isn’t worth your time or money!

The Orion code is the newest auto-trader scam to hit the scene. But unlike most auto-traders this one lacks both imagination and originality. Subscribers were lucky enough to receive an email invitation offering Orion Code’s unique opportunity of making truckloads of cash on a daily basis. The innovative system promises its investors overvalued promises of $10,000 (for first time users) to $100,000 within 30 days of using the Orion code software. The aim of Orion Code is to turn you into a millionaire overnight. That simple, right? Wrong!

When you access OrionCode.org, providing you are in the correct location, the 40-minute long (emphasis on long) video attempts to persuade its innocent victims through the means of a magnitude of lies. According to CEO and founder of the Orion Code, Edward Robinson, the no loss software can predict none less than 100% winning ratio on financial markets. Alongside this once in a lifetime opportunity the software can also exclude the trader. Orion Code allegedly uses NQS technology to guarantee its users riches beyond their wildest dreams. This NQS technology supposedly claims to use Orion Speed technology which turns over trades quicker than ever. This, according to philanthropist Edward Robinson, is what accumulates to no losses and 100% winning ratios that we can’t hear enough of. In addition to this, the creator boasts that Orion Code will never lose a single trade and is therefore always one step ahead of any service placing trades on markets. But in spite of this no-loss guarantee, Edward Robinson also states he will pay you $5,000 out of his own pocket if you fail otherwise. Do these promises ring any alarm bells? That is because Orion Code’s ‘original’ presentation video endorses the same ludicrous promises and scam as Quantum Code.

Let’s get down to the underlying lies and secrets of the Orion Code scam.

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First of all, Orion Code’s content is not available in the UK which instantly rings alarm bells. However depending on how temperamental it is sometimes UK computers do allow access. This factor makes me question how many countries the software is actually available in. Another indicator that screams ‘scam’ is the main actor within the video presentation. Some of our frequent readers will recognise him in a heartbeat. Our multi-millionaire hero and CEO/founder of the Orion Code Edward Robinson has also made a debut appearance in Quantum Code’s video presentation, starring as Michael Crawford. Based on this coincidence alone we wouldn’t doubt the same is backed by the same liars who created the Quantum Code.

The lack of originality in Orion Code’s video presentation does not stop there either. The duplicate message uses the same script to make the same over exaggerated promises to its unsuspecting subscribers essentially through the same scam – to become a millionaire overnight. Earning tens of thousands of dollars in such a short space of time is unquestionably misleading information. But that is exactly what Orion Code endorses to its viewers. Do not believe it! The copied service also insists its fast and innovative trading accounts have not failed to predict the correct direction of the market since 2006. Orion Code claims to have made its previous 350 members millionaires just last year. However after a brief look on Whois.net you can instantly see that this phony domain was only registered on September 12th 2016.

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Moreover the similarities between Orion Code and Quantum Code are uncanny. Quantum Code was exposed in June of this year for its bogus trading accounts. Even the distinctive private jet in the background of Orion Code’s video presentation is the same as the one used in Quantum Code’s video presentation. How stupid can you be to use something THAT distinctive is used in two presentations? I mean, clearly this is both phony and low budget. To solidify the absolute sham of Orion Code we only need to look at the common signifiers of a scam. The first is the “VIP” spots it offers to a handful of users left – this is clearly a tell-tale sign of forgery. If Orion Code really was established in 2006 there’s no doubt these “VIP” spots would have been filled a long time prior to you or I accessing the domain. Another sign is the reinforcement of 350 previous members who have since become millionaires. Orion Code are barely even conservative in their exaggerations, it almost feels like their rule is ‘over the top or nothing’ in this situation.

 

Orion Code site countdown

Even the ‘countdown’ to membership resets itself to 35 minutes every time you access the site and it doesn’t stop there. The website is so terrible the video has stopped working altogether.

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The last and most legitimate indicator to signify Orion Code is a scam is a simple Google of the company itself. As soon as you hit ‘search’ you are bombarded with websites, news articles and videos picking apart this phony code for what it really is; a bogus binary. The copycat application will only suck your wallets dry and no doubt be back in another couple of months under a new alias, realistically with the same video presentation.

This too good to be true is quite obviously a scam so please avoid it at all costs! The intentions of Orion Code are to trick you and I into depositing your hard earned savings, only to be instantly swallowed into the scams pockets. This is without a shadow of a doubt a classic auto-trader scam that we hear way too much of as of late. If we can give you any advice it would be to steer clear of Orion Code to save yourself any losses and keep your eyes peeled for our reviews of legitimate systems.

VERDICT: Orion Code is a lazy duplicate scam!

 

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After choosing the risk level of your trade you can then choose the amount of money you would like to invest. Traders are asked to invest anything from $25-$100. This, if anything, endorses security whilst trading. By allowing you to choose both the risk factor and amount of money you’d like to invest you’re given the options of individual security, time management, limitation of loss and general control of your own money.

SnapCash binary software is also completely free to use, so even if you don’t feel like SnapCash binary is working for you there’s a cost-free opt out. The binary is also working on a new update to offer its users even more profit. Obviously we still warn our readers to be conservative with their investments. Don’t go head first into any binary without reading our reviews and taking manual trading one step at a time. But fromo what we can tell SnapCash binary is a legitimate trading software that isn’t trying to scam its users out of thousands of pounds. Therefore providing you start small you may find yourself earning a little extra pocket money.

Bitcoin Money Machine Review

Today’s scam under the spotlight is Bitcoin Money Machine. This new auto-trader claims to reap fortunes for its users daily with an end of year promise of $1,000,000. However there certainly isn’t a jackpot from this Money Machine – instead this terrible binary options auto trader drains your trading account as soon as you deposit your hard earned savings.

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The most recent of scams, Bitcoin Money Machine is a new program that monitors and executes trades on a complete auto-pilot mode with an impressive 98.6% accurate winning ratio. Straight away the introductory video plays on a suffocating time frame to entice its victims – one of the oldest tricks in the book.

Bitcoin Money Machine was created by a so-called “Warren Young”. Young claims to be an “underground” trader who exploits global opportunities in the financial markets, including of course binary options markets. But Warren Young is not a real person, trader or investor. Many review sites have attempted to trace his identity through online social sites such as Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn and Twitter but nothing has turned up as yet.  Warren also states all trading funds are insured by Bitcoin Money Machine with their own selection of brokers. This isn’t the case.

Traders who want to withdraw their so-called profits from Bitcoin Money Machine can do so by placing an order before 2pm to have their funds in their account at the end of that same day. If you place an order after 2pm, Warren Young promises to deposit your money at the following business day.

As such Bitcoin Money Machine offers 100 select places (12 in the UK alone) to random people all over the world, if they’re quick enough.  This elaborate plan to trick you guys into signing up is bogus and completely obvious at first glance. No matter how many times you access the website you are congratulated on your luck to achieve a place. It’s fairly obvious that such a small amount of exclusive places would disappear within merely a few hours of the scam’s advertisement. Even now the places are still open which in itself is suspicious.

It seems too good to be true, right? Exactly. As it stands the scam has absolutely nothing in common with the binary options industry. Bitcoin Money Machine promises the opportunity to profit up to $25,000 per day, accumulating to $1,000,000 by the end of the year. The narrator states the $1,000,000 profit as an “honest reality”, especially since all funds generated through Bitcoin Money Machines are 100% insured… This unmissable offer so to speak is “not around for long”. So how, in that case, are Bitcoin Money Machine’s users supposed to make such a crazy profit if the trader is uncertain in its own estimation of availability?

Faked facebook comments / statuses from the website

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According to the website’s introductory video Bitcoin Money Machine uses a falsified artificial intelligence known as an “EMELI platform”. The narrator of the video brags of rumours about “EMELI” and its deep learning capabilities, it states the same technology is used by mega corporations like IBM. Artificial is certainly correct in this context and the profit you most definitely will not make, the only authentic aspect of this scam is the extraction of your hard earned funds the moment you make a deposit.

The artificial intelligence that Bitcoin Money Machine uses is programmed  to monitor the particular rises and falls in digital currency linked to Bitcoin (an example used by the introductory video is Japanese yen). Once there is a change in Bitcoin pricing EMELI detects these trades and acts automatically to profit its users. These opportunities that rise from Bitcoin are labelled as “money machines” by Bitcoin Money Machine. The trader distributes five money machines to its users for them to exploit easily for a profit of $5,000 a day. As such, Bitcoin Money Machine’s advertisement states EMELI has currently identified 1,203 opportunities (or “money machines”). But unfortunately for Bitcoin Money Machine this is all bogus. These types of algorithms or trading methods cannot actually be applied into all binary options trading. Only a select few can be applied and even then they must change themselves to fit the trends in markets.

Whether you are fresh meat to the trading industry or a seasoned trader, everybody has heard of bitcoin, right? Bitcoin is a digital currency that has swept the internet in recent years. Supposedly this dark and mysterious entity-like platform known as “EMELI” has the ability to execute only Bitcoin trades. From here you are advised to open a trading account with one of their suggested brokers, in which case you will only really get Bitcoin trades out of it. However this factor contradicts itself entirely. Other review sites have noted that there are only a handful of brokers who support the Bitcoin, which means the whole story is completely irrelevant.

Let’s talk about this incredibly unrealistic 98.6% winning ratio. Basically, there is no such thing as an accurate percentage this high. It is seemingly impossible to achieve such a high success rate in any financial market, let alone the bitcoin industry. EMELI has apparently identified 1,203 opportunities already for you to exploit, which seems unreasonable.

Furthermore, the site also claims to be approved by well-known security processors such as AVG, McAfee Secure, Norton and Qualys SSL. But it’s pretty obvious to see how terribly photoshopped these approvals are. In line with this is the tacky presentation of the page. Clearly we can see the improper presentation of Bitcoin Money Machine is questionable, if the site can offer such a staggering amount of money to its users it could also spruce up its layout. As a rule of thumb no legit trading service would present themselves this unprofessionally.

Lastly the Facebook approvals like most scams are quite obviously fake. A lot of pointers suggest this from first glance let alone research. For instance, the dates of each review are not in chronological order which is completely out of the ordinary.

We at Bionary Options Underground can tell you right here and now that Bitcoin Money Machine is a definite scam. If you do come across its website or another along similar lines (by “luck” as the site states) then avoid it at all costs! There are auto traders that can actually make profits, not gigantic at first but much more realistic returns. Read our code fibo review here to find out more

The Millionaires Maker

Today’s Binary Options Underground article is a review of binary options software ‘The Millionaires Maker’. It is an Auto Trading system brought to you by alleged founder and CEO of Themillionairesmaker.com ‘Martin’. There are many reasons why we’re highly skeptical of this system including the false testimonies and the bogus ‘facts’ presented to you by ‘Martin’ the voice over actor. You should be sure to read our full review in order to find out exactly why you need to avoid The Millionaires Maker and not deposit a single dollar.

 

Does It Feel Genuine? 

Not at all!

Scam Tactics:

Yes

Reported Results: 

90% Win Ratio & up to $15,000 per day.

Are The Results Proven: 

No

Paid Actor Testimonials: 

Yes

Price / Cost: 

Free, deposit to assigned broker

Type Of Service: 

Automatic Trader

 

The Millionaires Maker

 

Can The Millionaires Maker prove any of its claims?

We At Binary Options Underground are going to start with the only information we have on The Millionaires Maker owner ‘Martin’. We weren’t even given a second name let alone a picture or even him on camera for the promotional video. This means straight away that there is no way to verify any of his details by finding profiles on social media like Facebook or LinkedIn accounts. All we have is some voice over actor offering weird analogies wasting half the video leaving no actual information about the software or how it performs. What’s more interesting here is that without showing why or how the apparent auto trader works Martin fills the viewers with miss information about rags to riches trader stories. The information about ‘Sam Cook’ the Plymouth teen who turned just £2000 into £21 million pounds is false and he wasn’t even a trader just a young fraudster who was jailed for his actions. All the claims made by The Millionaires Maker are as bogus as the software the cowards behind this scam claim to be releasing. We absolutely do not suggest you invest into this binary options scam.

 

The Millionaires Maker

 

False testimony/social proof

The Millionaires Maker video presentation starts with 3 video testimonials by apparent users of the software suggesting some have made hundreds to thousands of dollars each day. Binary Options Underground are a little eagle eyed and by the third testimony we knew we were dealing with paid actors once again. With no introduction or any information about herself we are told by ‘user 3’ that the software made her over $800 just that day. This is impossible considering she is actually Fiverr actress under the username ‘Jessi_m545’ who has not only been found in many scams before but was outed by Michael Freeman. The site has recently changed so that all the things that have been changed on the site that had previously be proved to be fictitious are no longer on the site. We’re pretty sure that the other two testimonies come from paid actors and that there is no evidence of any real users on places like Facebook or Twitter. If even the owner of this so called software can’t put a face to a full name then how can the viewers be expected to believe any profits can come from this scam. Binary Options Underground is definitely sure that The Millionaires Maker software is phony from the start to the end.

The Millionaires Maker

Scam tactics/final thoughts

The Millionaires Maker software suggests that they’re offering the software to only 50 beta test users. At Binary Options Underground we always like to check the domain age with the WhoIs LookUp tool and we found that the site was registered in June 2015. Surely if there is only space for 50 users then those spots would have been take n up already? The truth is the software is available for as long as anyone wants to sign up and this is just a common scam tactic. The Millionaires Maker system tries to suggest it can offer a 90% ITM rate for its users. Firstly it is pretty much impossible for any Auto Trading software to be able to provide and secondly there is absolutely no evidence that this software can preform. Even more evidence for that is the fact that there is no footage or even a screenshot of what the software looks like let alone a live demonstration. With all this in mind and after reviewing all the evidence The Millionaires Maker system has to offer we could only arrive at one possible verdict:

 

The Millionaires Maker is a SCAM! Do not invest!!

 

You can stay vigilant with these scams by always checking respected blogs and their blacklists to ensure any product hasn’t been labeled a scam before investing. There is good and honest money to be made online when it comes to investing with Binary Options.Take NEO2 for instance – This software analyzes solar patterns and the changes in weather in order to predict the effect the changes will have on the stock market. Weather expert Dr Jack Piers and Amit Gupta the tech start up guru teamed up along with Michael Freeman to offer a service with an 86% ITM rate software which produces high profitability. You can check the review of NEO2 n the blog or visit the site here directly to get started! Thank you for reading The Millionaires Maker review and don’t forget you can share across social media to help other traders in avoiding scams. You can also subscribe to the Binary Options Underground blog and check out our Trusted Signals page for the latest news and tips.

 

Bank Tracker Bot

Today’s Binary Options Underground article is a review of the Bank Tracker Bot software. It is an Auto Trading software brought to you by alleged CEO of  Banktraderbot.com Mr Michael George. It is important to us that all our readers read this complete review but making decisions about investing with this Bank Tracker Bot considering we don’t trust this software or its claims of a 98.7% ITM rate.

 

Overall Summary

Does It Feel Genuine? 

Not at all!

Scam Tactics:

Yes

Reported Results: 

Over $3000 per day

Are The Results Proven: 

No

Paid Actor Testimonials: 

False written testimony.

Price / Cost: 

Free, deposit to assigned broker

Type Of Service: 

Automatic Trader

 

Bank Tracker Bot

 

Can Bank Tracker Bot prove any of its claims?

When it comes to proving the facts that Bank Tracker Bot offers it wasn’t hard for us at Binary Options Underground to disprove many of this phony scam claims. We tried to verify Michael George’s identity by looking for profiles on social media sites that matched his face and name. We couldn’t find him on Facebook or LinkedIn or even Google+ to validate any of his credentials. This should always raise a red flag and it definitely does with the Bank Tracker Bot system. Michael tries to fill the viewers with his supposed backstory but with what he explains it seemed to us that he wasn’t describing an Auto Tracker. He said that he placed two separate $600 trades and made $1000 then $1150 and not only is this stupid by our books if he had no trading experience but sounds like manual trading. How exactly does this Bank Tracker Bot work as an automatic machine if you are manually placing trades? Notice how there is also no live demonstration or even screenshots of how the software looks? This is most likely because the cowards behind the Bank Tracker Bot barely have anything put together once they have cheated their way to your hard earned money!

 

Bank Tracker Bot

 

Fake testimonials/social proof

Binary Options Underground found that the only alleged users of the software weren’t even in the video. There was just a few images displayed on the Bank Tracker Bot website to show their apparent earnings from the system. It shouldn’t come to anyone’s surprise to find that they were easy enough to find all over Google on other sites and were just stolen images. This was made even more apparent when we couldn’t find any of those on any social media sites either. There is also a Facebook and Twitter widget suggesting comments and tweets were made testifying to the software ability.  Really none of these are real and they certainly can’t be found on any twitter or group for Bank Tracker Bot.  We also found that the Bank Tracker Bot website was registered on the WhoIs Lookup domain age checking website we found that is had been registered for quite sometime. Since August 2015 this software has apparently been available so we were a little confused when we noticed the dates of the promotional video for Bank Tracker Bot. We clicked it through to YouTube and found it was uploaded less than two weeks ago on the 30th May 2016. Surely if the software has been around for almost a year why has the video only been around for two weeks? There is just no reason to put any trust in Michael George or the Bank Tracker Bot software.

 

Bank Tracker Bot

 

Scam tactics/final thoughts

If there’s one thing we know at Binary Options Underground it is how to spot a bogus gimmick used by scams just like Bank Tracker Bot every single day. With us having no doubts that Michael George is nothing but a lousy paid actor we are also certain that everything else about him is phony. It is becoming more and more typical to see these guys hiring fancy houses and cars from probably just an afternoon while they throw together a video presentation. It is a clever psychological tactic but it is still just that – a tactic. It is used to make the victims of these scams believe that by using the Bank Track Bot service that they can also achieve the finer things in life. Do you really think you should be taking trading advice off a guy who thinks using his entire investment in his very first trade? It isn’t wise at all and Binary Options Underground would always advice against doing anything of the sort! The site is also full of badges from respected news sites suggesting they have been mentioned on their sites. In reality there is nothing in the archives of any of the likes of CNNMoney or BBC. With all the lies and the scam tactics used in this scam software we are only certain of one verdict for this shady software:

 

Bank Tracker Bot is a SCAM! Do NOT invest! 

 

At Binary Options Underground we know that the most important thing for our readers is to stay vigilant by being well informed when it comes to all these scams online. You can always check respected blogs for reviews on any service before signing up as well as the comments sections for the experiences of other traders. It is possible to make the kind of money Bank Tracker Bot suggests you can make but only with legitimate services like Neo2. They’re achieving 85% ITM rates not only for ourselves but for plenty of users across the industry thanks to weather expert Dr Jack Piers. You can head to the blog to check out our full review or head straight to the site here. Thanks for reading our article don’t forget you can subscribe to the blog to get the latest news and don’t hesitate to share this article to help other traders avoid the latest scam.

Playboy Money Machine

Today’s Binary Options Underground article is a review of the software ‘Playboy Money Machine’.  It is an Auto Trading system brought to you by the alleged owner ‘ladies man’ Mr James Benson who claims Playboymoney machine.com has been around for five years generating profits. You should read our full review to find out exactly why we aren’t putting any trust into Playboy Money Machine or believing a word Mr Benson says.

 

Overall Summary

Does It Feel Genuine?

Not at all!

Scam Tactics:

Yes

Reported Results:

40,000 a week

Are The Results Proven:

No

Paid Actor Testimonials:

We believe so.

Price / Cost:

Free, deposit to assigned broker

Type Of Service:

Automatic Trader

 

Playboy Money Machine

 

Can Playboy Money Machine prove any of its claims?

We will start with the Playboy Money Machine promotional video and how James Benson claims that the software has supposedly been around for years. Binary Options Underground would suggest give the video and miss and not bothering to watch the sleazy Playboy Money Machine presentation at all. He states in his pitch that some ‘nerd’ on a drunken night bet him that if James could get him ‘laid’ then he would give him free access to his ‘money making machine’. If you listen closely James states that this had been going for over five years  and there are account screenshots dated in January of 2016 and December of 2013.  According to the ever trusty WhoIs Lookup Playboy Money Machine’s website was only registered in May 2016. Four weeks is significantly less time than 5 years and it begs the question what else are they being dishonest about? We also noticed that in the beginning of the video it states only 30 people are invited to join but on Playboy Money Machine site itself it says there are 50 spots. They haven’t even got their story straight so we definitely cannot trust them to be telling the truth with anything else!

 

Playboy Money Machine

 

Fake testimonial/social proof

There are video testimonials for Playboy Money Machine but we at Binary Options Underground do not believe them for a second. They’re a little better than the usual Fiverr gigs but the acting is probably some of the most terrible we’ve ever seen. Three people including Charles Evans and Emily Harris all claim to have made millions with James’ Playboy Money Machine but they only offer screenshots of their broker balances as proof. These are so easy to fake and manipulate that we do not recommended taking them at face value. The only other things used in the Playboy Money Machine testimonials to elude to wealth is some badly done green screening. With all the people in the video including the apparent owner James Benson cannot be found on Facebook or LinkedIn. This is usually a good way to try and validate the credentials of both supposed users and the person claiming to own the software. We couldn’t find profiles matching any of their names or faces to verify any of their identities which makes Binary Options Underground believe they are nothing more than paid actors. We don’t trust anything about the Playboy Money Machine software and we urge you to steer well clear of investing any money into this shady system.

 

Playboy Money Machine

 

Scam tactics/final thoughts

The Playboy Money Machine is full of the usual gimmicks that scams like this offer. They have a spots left counter telling you there’s only 50 places left accompanies by a timer used to suggest how long is left before the spaces are gone. When the timer reaches zero nothing happens and when you refresh the page the timer simply starts again. This is because Playboy Money Machine is available for as long as people keep trying to sign up and isn’t limited at all. In the video James appears in fancy places like the inside of a pricey car the runway outside a private jet and then in the jet itself. All of this is to lead the viewers to believe that Playboy Money Machine software has made him enough money to afford those finer things in life. In reality this is just a cruel psychological tactic used to trick the viewers. All of those things where green screened as James definitely doesn’t have the money for a yacht or private jet! Playboy Money Machine hasn’t made the kind of money to afford anything like what the video tries to have you believe! Binary Options underground can only come to on conclusion after reviewing all the evidence on this awful and shady software and that is this verdict:

 

Playboy Money Machine is a cheap SCAM!

 

It is possible to remain vigilant when it comes to the software available to invest in with binary options. You should always read reviews from other respected blogs and check the comment sections for real experiences from real traders. You can also check out our Trusted Signals pages for services just like the NEO2 software which is the latest Auto Trader actually living up to its expectations! You can sign up to find the highly profitable 85% ITM rate brought to you through the Auto Trader making its trades based on solar analysis from weather experts. You can head to the blog for our full in depth review or straight to the NEO2 site here. Thank you for reading this Playboy Money Machine review and don’t forget to share this article across social media to help other traders in avoiding scams. You can also subscribe to Binary Options Underground to get the latest news and tips straight to your inbox.

 

1 Google Trader

Today’s Binary Options Underground article is review of the software ‘Google Trader’. This is an Auto Trading system put together and brought to you by alleged CEO and founder of Gtradersoft.com Mr Ben Williams. This software makes unrealistic and unfounded claims to try and sucker you into investing your hard earned money. You should read all the facts in the Binary Options Underground Google Trader review to find out exactly why we’re blacklisting this scam.

 

Overall Summary

Does It Feel Genuine? 

Not at all!

Scam Tactics: 

Yes

Reported Results: 

$4300 per day

Are The Results Proven: 

No

Paid Actor Testimonials: 

False testimony.

Price / Cost: 

Free, deposit to assigned broker

Type Of Service: 

Automatic Trader

Google Trader

Can Google Trader prove any of its claims?

First of all Ben Williams tries to claim that Google Trader has been in existence since 2013. In the promotional video you are also shown screenshots of apparent withdrawals of Google Trader profit dated from February 2015 to June 2015. As our readers will know we at Binary Options Underground like to check domains out with an age checker and so we head to the ever trusted WhoIs Lookup tool. We found that Google Trader and its website had been registered since December 2015. We’d love to know how that’s even close to 2013 or how profits where withdrawn in say March 2015 from a software that didn’t even exist. You are being lied to immediately and there is no way we would recommend depositing any money with this bogus software. We also tried to verify Ben’s credentials by looking for social media profiles matching his face and details. We found no Facebook or LinkedIn profiles that corresponded with any of his details. Mr Williams also claims that the software could be making you over $4000 a day but this is simply achievable from a small investment of $250. The also claim they have a no loss system but this is as ridiculous as it is impossible! We would certainly encourage our readers to steer well clear of Google Trader.

 

Google Trader

 

Fake testimonial/social proof

Binary Options Underground would like to start with the fact that on the Google Trader website there are quite a few screen grab images of Facebook comments. Since you couldn’t not click them through we went straight to the site and searched for their Facebook Profile. We did find a page that seemed to have been created less than a few weeks ago in May 2016. We tried to scroll down the wall but found that actually nobody have ever written on their wall or commented any of the comments shown on the site. The individuals testifying in the promotional video for Google Trader also didn’t have anything e could validate their authenticity with either. There is also no link whatsoever with Google Trader to Google Inc. As stated in the video by Ben that the software was powered by Google Search. Binary Options Underground don’t believe for a second that anyone is making or has ever made money with the Google Trader software. We certainly do not urge any of our readers to invest a single dollar into Google Trader.

 

Google Trader

 

Scam tactics/final thoughts

When you load the Google Trader site the title of the tab itself suggests that this software will only be available for a ‘limited time only’ when this is simply not true. This is has been available all year and will be around for as long as people keep trying to sign up. On the Google Trader web page there is a live trades widget that continuously updates with supposed winning trades it is taking. There is absolutely no way to verify the live trades as they do not offer the strike rate in order to back trace whether the trades were real. In the video Ben Claims the Google Trader performs with no losses yet on the site it states they offer a 96.47% ITM rate. Not only are neither of those possible but you’d think they would at least make sure all the details were correct and they didn’t contradict themselves. We have no doubts that the Google Trader system is a scam and that the only thing this software is guaranteed to do is lose your money. With all the facts laid out Binary Options Underground can only offer one verdict:

 

Google Trader is a SCAM!

 

You should remain vigilant when it comes to trading online and investing money with binary options by sticking to trusted and reputable blogs and blogger personnel. You should always read reviews online and check the comments sections for real experiences from real people. There are legitimate services available for traders which you can find on our Trusted Signals page. Services like the NEO2 software that uses weather analysis to monitor the effects they have on the markets. There’s Copy Buffett for Auto Trades that are formed by the experts behind the system who reverse engineered the way Warren Buffett traded the financial markets. If Auto Trading isn’t what you’re looking for you can also head to Mikes Binary Options Signals for a fantastic group full of traders. They provide manual signals for over 2000 members every day proving weekly tested ITM rates of well over 75%. We have full reviews for all the verified services on the blog! Thank you for reading today’s article and don’t forget to share this review on social media to help over traders avoid the scam. You can also subscribe to Binary Options Underground to get the latest news and tip and be the first to find out how to avoid the latest scams just like Google Trader.

 

2 Azure Method

This Binary Options Underground article is a review of the software ‘Azure Method’.  This is an Auto Trading system brought to you by alleged CEO and founder of Azure-method.com Mr Anthony ‘Tony’ Azure who claims his automatic trader provides no losses for its users. We knew this was too good to be true as soon as we landed on the page and this Azure Method review aims to provide a comprehensive list of reasons why.

 

Overall Summary

Does It Feel Genuine?

Not at all!

Scam Tactics:

Yes

Reported Results:

$8750 per hour

Are The Results Proven:

No

Paid Actor Testimonials:

False testimony.

Price / Cost:

Free, deposit to assigned broker

Type Of Service:

Automatic Trader

Azure Method

Can Azure Methods prove all it claims

When it comes to services like Azure Method we at Binary Options Underground like to try and validate any of their claims to find the chances of it being a scam. We always check into the domain age to see if the dates add up to help prove whether the software is legit. With Azure Method we found them to have been registered for just a few days meaning that the screenshots of accounts for supposed users don’t work out. This means that the apparent profit of the four beta testers are false and none of them made over 300 thousands dollars in just a month. Claiming a software can produce anything like almost $9000 in just an hour is unrealistic but coupled with the no loss claims? This is completely implausible! We also checked Facebook and LinkedIn for credible profiles that would validate Anthony Azure’ s credentials. We couldn’t find anything online other than fake positive reviews or other blogs’ reviews listing Azure Method as a scam. You cannot trust anything said by Anthony or his software and we certainly don’t recommend investing a dollar into this shady service.

 

Azure Method

 

Fake testimonial/social proof

In the Azure Method video we are introduced to several people including the four beta testers and the Azure Method team itself. Anthony tries to sell tall stories when he introduces his team by saying ‘Lucas Lopez’ was wanted by all the banks of Wall Street. He also tells us that ‘Sara Mckinnon’  was snagged from Silicon Valley. We did a google search on these names and there was nothing online to verify anything he said. Binary Options Underground also couldn’t find anything on Facebook or LinkedIn for any of these team members or even the alleged beta testers. This suggests that they aren’t who they say they are and are most likely paid actors hired by the scammers behind Azure Method. If you go as far as to enter your details you are taken to a second page which has even more lies. You are shown four pictures of Azure Method users who apparently have active accounts  yet after a simple google image search you find more bogus information. The images are simply stolen stock images and can be found on a multitude of other sites proving once more that Azure Method is very shady.

 

Azure Method

 

Scam tactics/final thoughts

The Azure Method states it is opening its site to add 46 people for more beta testing. When you’re watching the video presentation on the site there is a constant pop up telling you there are only 2 spots left. Now if only 46 people can sign up and there’s only 2 spots left how come when we entered Binary Options Underground’s details that there was still 2 left?  This is because it is a common psychological tactic used by the schemers behind scams like Azure Method. It is used to pressure the viewer into believing that this is their only chance to gain access to the software. It is never the case and we can tell you now that the spots will be available for as long as people keep trying to sign up to Azure method. It is simply a way to have you invest all your hard earned money so they can steal it! They also suggest the offer is exclusive for just for your country but simply accessing the site through a VPN or proxy proves it is available elsewhere. Anthony and his beta testers also talk of a bonus added by the broker to get ‘bigger and faster profits’. Binary Options Underground strongly advise against accepting bonuses as they tie your funds up until you have turned over enough profit. With all the evidence stacked against the Azure Method and its creators we can only give one verdict:

 

Azure Method is a SCAM!

 

There is good money to be made when it comes to investing in binary options and you can stay vigilant when it comes to avoiding scams. You should always check for reviews with trusted bloggers and respected blogging personnel. You can invest in software like NEO2 who have been delivering a highly profitable 86% ITM rate and offer real email support that were hearing good chatter about across the industry. The NEO2 system is a weather analyzing software that monitors change in solar activities and patterns to determine the effects on the markets. Experts Dr Jack Piers and Amit Gupta teamed up with Michael Freeman to deliver a service we’re happy to verify as legitimate!  You can check out our full in depth review on the blog or head straight to the NEO2 site to sign up. Thank you for reading today’s article don’t hesitate to share across social media to help other traders avoid this Azure Method scam! You can also subscribe to Binary Options Underground to find out about the latest scams tips and legitimate services!

Midnight Money Machine

Today’s Binary Options Underground article is a review of Auto Trading software ‘Midnight Money Machine’. The service is brought to you by alleged CEO Mr Jeff  Farrell who claims to be the owner of a company named JF Media. The Midnight Money Machine software is full of outlandish claims. We think our readers should be avoiding Midnightmoneymachine.com and this review aims to provide a list of comprehensive reasons as to why.

 

Overall Summary

Does It Feel Genuine? 

Not at all!

Scam Tactics: 

Yes

Reported Results: 

Up to $6000 per day

Are The Results Proven: 

No

Paid Actor Testimonials: 

No

Price / Cost: 

Free, deposit to assigned broker

Type Of Service: 

Automatic Trader

 

Midnight Money Machine

 

 

Can Midnight Money Machine prove any of its claims?

Binary Options Underground like to start with trying to verify whatever claims a system makes. The Midnight Money Machine owner Jeff Farrell states that they have worked on the software for over five years perfecting their strategy. Now according to our favorite domain age checking website WhoIs Lookup tells us that Midnight Money Machine has been up and running for just 11 days. It was registered on the 18th of May 2016 which is a far cry from the five years Jeff Farrell stated. We’d also like to point out that the only version of Jeff Farrell we see is what is quite clearly a stolen stock image. We see no video footage of him because the voice behind this obvious scam is just a voice over Actor. Jeff is no more than a fictional character created by the schemers behind Midnight Money Machine. There is also no evidence online that can verify that JF Media is a real company and especially none that lists a Jeff Farrell as an employee. We have no doubts that Midnight Money Machine is a bogus to say the least.

 

Fake testimonials/social proof

The only testimonials  used in the Midnight Money Machine scam were written email screenshots. Before we go into details about these we at Binary Options Underground would like to point out that these are so easily faked and even more so when they are stilled images. You should never believe screenshots of anything like written testimony or bank or account balances are they cannot be trusted. In the first email from ‘Lindsey’ it states she has made between 3-6 grand each day which added up to over $25 thousand dollars. Underneath her supposed profits she states she ‘forgot’ to turn the Auto Trader on for the Saturday but remembered for the Sunday gaining her an extra $2,000. We find this  funny and would love to know how she managed to make those profits considering there’s no trading on the weekends! We really thought by now that the people behind scams like Midnight Money Machine would at least make sure the facts added up. We also couldn’t find any Facebook or LinkedIn profiles that matched Jeff’s face and name so we couldn’t validate any of his credentials. This give us even more reason to discredit everything in the Midnight Money Machine as phony.

 

Midnight Money Machine

 

Scam tactics/final thoughts

All of the Binary Options Underground readers should know by now that claims for a software being able to generate six thousand dollars a night is highly unrealistic. Midnight Money Machine simply cannot produce those kinds of winnings since no Auto Trader would be able to produce that. The Midnight Money Machine website is quite basic and only has its promotional video on the web page to sell itself to you. Although the site may not have the usual scam gimmicks don’t let this fool you this software is just as shady as other scams we’ve busted in the past! Farrell claims that he can help you profit overnight when the markets are quieter but this makes no sense! The markets are always busy no matter your time as in different time zones it is a completely different time! We can only urge the Binary Options Underground readers to avoid this site and we absolutely discourage you from signing up. With All the lies that Jeff Farrell and his fake company JF Media tell you there is only one possible verdict:

 

Midnight Money Machine is a SCAM!

 

There is good money to be made online when it comes to investing with Binary Options and Auto Traders. Take NEO2 for instance – This software analyzes solar patterns and the change in weather in order to predict the effect the changed will have on the stock market. Weather expert Dr Jack Piers and tech startup guru Amit Gupta teamed up along with Michael Freeman to provide an 86% ITM rate software producing excellent profitability. You can read our Full review of NEO2 software at our blog or visit the site here directly to get started! Thank you for reading this article and don’t hesitate to share across social media to help other traders avoid scams like Midnight Money Machine.  You can also subscribe to the Binary Options Underground blog and check out our Trusted Signals page for the latest news and tips.

Hoffman Stein

Today’s Binary Options Underground article is a review of Hoffman Stein also known as Nexus App. Hoffmanstein.com is a website for an Auto Trading software brought to you by the alleged founder and CEO Mr Anthony Henderson. This scam is doing the rounds in the industry and we thought we’d warn our readers as soon as possible to help you avoid signing up to Hoffman Stein. You can read our comprehensive list of reasons as to why we are blacklisting this service.

 

Overall Summary

Does It Feel Genuine? 

Not at all!

Scam Tactics: 

Yes

Reported Results: 

$125,000 per week

Are The Results Proven: 

No

Paid Actor Testimonials: 

Yes

Price / Cost: 

Free, deposit to assigned broker

Type Of Service: 

Automatic Trader

 

Hoffman Stein

 

Can Hoffman Stein prove all its claims?

In the first few minutes of the Hoffman Stein presentation video Henderson displays a fake article claiming they made 82 million in 2015. As our readers will know Binary Options Underground tries to verify any claims with dates or time stamps by checking the domain out on WhoIs Lookup. We found that the website was registered a couple of months ago back in February of 2016. Straight away Anthony Henderson is lying to us with claims of the Hoffman Stein software creating millions of dollars while the site didn’t even exist! You’d think they’d be telling us about their sorcery skills of creating profit before a site exists not an AutoTrader! It is also worth noting that Mr Henderson doesn’t actually appear in his promotional video through either video footage or photograph. Not only is this because he is just a voice over actor but it means there’s no way to find him on Facebook or LinkedIn to validate his credentials. For him to say his company can make you $125,000 per week is ridiculously unrealistic and any trader should know this is simply outrageous. There is also no record that the Hoffman Stein Capital company exists anywhere either! So we’re not sure exactly how they make you that amount of money to begin with. We do not trust anything about Hoffman Stein and urge you guys to draw the same conclusion.

 

Hoffman Stein

 

Fake testimonials/social proof

The Hoffman Stein presentation is pumped full of false testimonials from the marketplace Fiverr. One guy claiming to be user ‘Phillip Peterson’ states he has made almost two million dollars from the Hoffman Stein software. However Binary Options Underground readers may even recognize him since he has featured in so many of these scams before! He is actually Fiverr actor ‘SimplySoccerPro’ and sells his lies for as little as $5 dollars a video testimony. It’s hard for us to even consider this scam as legitimate when not only does the company not really exist but its only user testimonies as also false. The promotional video is also full of bogus news articles! They suggest credible companies like The Wall Street Journal Bloomberg and the Los Angeles Times have all written about Hoffman Stein. In reality not one of the articles highlighted in the presentation can be found in any of the archives online. This is because it is just more phony evidence cooked up by the schemers behind this scam trying to sucker in gullible traders. There is also no evidence online to suggest ‘Anthony Henderson’ worked at any Wall Street hedge fund bank as suggested in the video. We urge our readers to steer well clear of Hoffman Stein to avoid losing any of your hard earned money.

 

Hoffman Stein

 

Scam tactics/final thoughts

According to Anthony Henderson Hoffman Stein only allows 15 people who are supposedly randomly selected from the invite list to be accepted per day as new users. This is not in the slightest bit true. You can sign up for a spot at any point and be accepted to invest your money into this scam. The site also has the usual gimmicks of a spots left counter that starts close to one hundred and counts all the way down to one. This is a psychological tactic used to trick the trader into thinking this is their last chance to sign up.  In actual fact if you just refresh the page the counter restarts itself. This is the same for time countdown telling you that you only have around ten minutes to sign up. The only information online about Hoffman Stein is either other bloggers reporting the service as a scam or faked reviews testifying to the software which are simply paid for by the system itself. We at Binary Options Underground highly encourage you guys to give this one a miss and look for much more credible Auto Traders. After reviewing all the facts and highlighting all the evidence suggesting this software is absolute bogus we can only give it one verdict:

 

Hoffman Stein is a SCAM! Do NOT trust it!

 

You can remain vigilant when it comes to investing money with binary options. You can check our Trusted Signals page for verified and legitimate services and you can also subscribe to the Binary Options Underground blog for the latest news and tips. You should check comments section of bloggers’ reviews on any service for other traders’ real experiences of a software. We recently verified the NEO2 software after being extremely happy with their 86% ITM rate profitability. They analyze weather and solar activity to predict the effects they will have on stocks. You can find out more about this in our full review on the blog or you can head over to the NEO2 site here. Thank you for reading our article and don’t forget you can share this review on social media to help other traders evade scams like Hoffman Stein.

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