If you have had any experience with binary options then I am certain you have heard of BinaDroid, and they are back at it again with BinaDroid2. Enough time has passed since the original scam and they are hoping to get another wave of innocent traders to sign up with their latest scam. So, what’s the difference between the old scam and the new one? The only thing I can pinpoint is the video, the rest is all the same.
Honestly, I don’t see why this review is even necessary considering the original BinaDroid was a complete scam, but from the looks of it, people are still falling for it. Especially considering that the people behind it (i.e. Michael Freeman) control a big percent of the most active binary options review sites. They flood the internet with positive reviews and video “testimonials” and “demos” that can easily trick even experienced traders.
What is the BinaDroid 2 Scam?
Well, actually, this website provides absolutely no information. They have left ALL efforts at the door and just threw some cheap actor in front of a white background to say a couple of words and hope that you land on some positive reviews of this scam. He discusses algorithms, and calculations, but honestly, provides absolutely zero information as to what you are getting yourself into.
Immediately when you land on the website you are irritated. Unlike most that you can at least pause, this horrible pagewon’t allow you to even do that with the incredibly annoying video with the incredibly bad actor. Of course, I found a way around it and if you are interested in watching it, or at least looking over it quickly, visit the Video 1 link.
The announcement really is dramatic. The announcement was certainly unexpected considering the complete flop and horrible reviews and results from the original BinaDroid.
Binadroid WAS the best SCAM, but certainly not anywhere even close to an effective auto trader. The lies start in the first few seconds. I think it was proven over and over again that this scam never reached such win rates.
Knowing that they couldn’t reach the 80% win rate, I think it’s safe to say that the impossible 92% win rate is even further out of their reach. Not to mention, if that was the case and this software really was such a success, a lot more money would have been put into the actual website rather than fake reviews.
Of course he won’t spend any time convincing you how it works! That’s because IT DOESN’T WORK! It’s one thing to repeat these lies, it’s a whole other ballgame actually backing his claims with proof.
Yes, this is perhaps one of the only truths you will find anywhere in this website. True, you WILL find numerous reviews online and numerous videos. Why? Because instead of spending money on developing a software that really works, they spent it on paying liars to write positive reviews and gave access to even bigger lies to do fake demos of their “successful trading”.
This guy is NOT Troy Everett. I think that’s pretty obvious. Regardless what he says next, he IS an actor, he IS a liar, and he should NOT be trusted. Just look this guy up! He simply does NOT EXIST!
Sure it amused you, the problem is that the people that lost their money are not amused.
He is NOT exposing himself and is nothing more than another actor. Of course, they would have to be complete idiots to use a Fiverr actor again because they’d be caught immediately, but there are plenty of other sources for cheap actors that can’t seem to make it anywhere else except for crap videos such as this. Read also AlgoMaster System
Very interesting. It’s great that he cleared up how the scam works.
This software will NEVER sell. The goal is to lure you into signing up, QUICKLY, and investing your money with their “recommended” broker that is most likely just as shady as they are.
Yes, you will have 24/7 support, well, technically, annoyance and harassment until you make an investment. Once you provide your contact information they will not leave you alone until you’ve wasted your money. The moment you invest this support completely disappears. The software is NOT advanced and it is NOT profitable. The only “high authority” trading sites that have recommended this scam are review sites run by the people behind it. I love how he discusses the software but fails to even show you a screenshot of it.
This is nothing more than a widget that randomly shows various parts of the world and uses a preset list of names, profits, and comments along with location. These are not real, not active, and not real-time results.
Things don’t improve with Video 2. Just more lies and bull.
The only insight about the software that you get anywhere in the website is this promo shot. May I add that the BinaDroid2 logo is nowhere in any of these supposed screenshots of the software.
The fact is that THIS is what the software really looks like. At the time of my research I was unable to enter the software but found numerous screenshots of it online. It is certainly nothing impressive, nothing useful, and as I am sure everyone will soon find out, nothing that will earn you any money.
Who is Behind the Binadroid2 Scam?
Now, if you have been following my reviews then you will know that I have an issue with DWD Technologies LLC. The reason is that they seem to pop up anywhere that there is a scam stinking up the place nearby. Though they have obviously taken my reviews into account and added a number of general websites to their list, the fact still stands that most of the most brutal scams are all under this Hosting Company.
Out of the approximate 270 websites by this hosting company about 85% are all popular scams or scam review websites.
Some of the scams include popular Neo2, Copy Buffett, My First Online Payday, and many more that I have reviewed. It is simply a waste of time to list them all but you can check out the full list HERE by clicking on DWD Technologies LLC. In reality, all of these websites lead back to Michael Freeman, the man behindNEO2 as well as the Binary Options Watchdog review website, among many more.