You may not have heard of the 53 Option scam broker just yet, but surely, in time you will. This is one of the newest scams to come out and they are notorious about positive marketing, numerous fake reviews, and control over feedback. Though not many have actually been scammed by them just yet, I am certain that number will start to go up soon enough as they are far from legit.
To start, let’s look at what they claim to offer.
It’s important to observe the website, how it looks, and in general the design. I will discuss this further as I reveal other identical scams by the same individual.
First off, this is NOT the leading binary options platform. In fact, you will read IDENTICAL “about us” text with a different name on several other websites I will reveal further down.
What I find interesting is that scams like these always like to discuss the withdrawals when to date I have yet to find anyone sharing their experience of successfully withdrawing anything. The case stands with this software. Regardless how many reviews the software has online (paid and fake) there is, not one of them is genuine and shows the writers real experience with the software. The reason is that they have never invested or withdrawn from this broker.
Here I would like to underline that nowhere in the page do they discuss whether they are registered or not. They are NOT registered, thus making them a very high-risk broker to invest with unless you can find some true experience recommendations. At the moment, there are no positive comments or experiences with this broker that I could find.
If you ask me, you don’t really get much for your investment, not to mention that they do not discuss the added bonuses which I am almost certain are going to be thrown in there without your permission.
Need I say that the website is NOT SECURE? The payment goes through a 3rd party website which is good, but what does that say about a broker when they cannot even handle their own payments?
Managed to land on the platform and see it for myself. Simple, perhaps too simple, and provides zero real information that can help you in getting more accurate predictions. Honestly, it’s absolutely nothing all too appealing or useful if you ask me.
Now, considering their so-called experience and claims that they are the best out there, their Facebook page doesn’t seem to reflect these claims. With only 122 likes and the most recent post being from May 19 of this year, it seems more of a scam rather than a legitimate broker that really does what they claim.
So, did a search on of the IP that this website is on and from the looks of it, the owners of this website have been very active. There is at least one more scam broker website on the same IP and numerous others that are either expired, no longer working, or moved to a different IP over the last couple of months. The fact stands, there are numerous others and the coincidence of these websites being all on the same IP but developed by different people is a bit off if you ask me.
The SwissFXpro.com website alongside the 53 Option scam broker is absolutely identical. The images may be different but the same template is used, same information, same platform, everything.
I decided to look up some information about this domain as it seems to have been around a bit longer than the 53Option scam broker. I discovered some unnerving comments about their tactics and withholding withdrawals. Considering that this is an identical scam broker to the one that is currently being advertised, down to the overall look of the website and platform, what do you expect will happen with your investment or profits?
Here is the IP information on 53Option.
This is the information about the person that has registered this domain. Take a look here (you can also see all other websites on IP)
I dug a little deeper and found yet another website that shares identical look, platform, and overall promises. In fact, its 100% the same thing, only a different domain name and logo.
A quick look reveals that this website is held by the same scam artist David Israeli. Check it out HERE.
He has also registered another scam broker website called Managed Option. Check out the information HERE.
Like I said, the broker is fairly new and they haven’t really gotten that much attention just yet. Their marketing strategy is pretty recent so many people haven’t fallen for their scam. I managed to find one specific review and experience of this broker though.
You may have to scroll down a bit to find it (I used the search option as it was much faster) and found this. I am baffled how someone can end up going that far in especially when they are already making profits, but from the looks of it, they are not getting their money back. Check out their experience HERE.
I must admit, initially it all seemed great. I couldn’t find any negative comments and it seemed that all mention of this broker was positive. It wasn’t until I decided to dig deeper that I found the connection to several other broker websites and the fact that they are most certainly not to be trusted. It seems that this guy has taken this seriously and will continue to litter the internet with more and more fake broker scams that will rob people of their hard-earned money. From the looks of it he is very convincing too, really pushing people to invest far more than necessary with the sole goal to keep them from withdrawing their profits and investment.
Why would it be necessary for one broker to have several different names and logos with several identical websites and platforms if they are honest and will deliver on their promises? Forget the fact that they have been around only a couple of months which should be enough to discourage you from investing with them, the fact that there is nothing honest about 53 Option is more than enough proof that this is a scam broker.