There are many positive reviews of the Binary Option Club scam, yet they have been around for less than a month. How is it possible for there to be so many reviews, positive at that, for such a short time if they are not paid and requested well before the actual release of this scam? I have to give it to them, they have a great approach and a very fresh website that is definitely attractive, only, they fail to provide you with the real information that backs their claims.
Product Name: Binary Option Club
Niche: Binary Options Software
Unlike the other scams out there, they don’t have an automated robot. This is a copy trade’s type of scheme where you select different traders that you can copy their trades and hope for the best. Either way, there is zero real proof of there actually being real profits. Though they definitely have gone the extra mile to cover their tracks.
What is the Binary Option Club Scam?
Honestly, I was borderline positive on this scam because they really have created a very attractive approach. There are no absurd promises, or at least not in an aggressive way, and no fake screenshots of profits. They have done everything within their power to be honest about their system and avoid the important information so as to not get caught in a lie.
The problem is that they still have some very important points that still stand out. First, the video cannot be controlled, something that is always a dead giveaway when you visit a scam website. Not sure what they are trying to hide with this, but preventing control of the video can only mean that you want the visitor to NOT watch it in full and move onto the next step. With that said, they were kind enough to keep it short.
You won’t find any testimonials. The only thing you will find is the name of this ghost. Paul Schafer seems like a good way to go, only there is no face to actually pin to this name and look him up. Considering the number of people with this name, it’s impossible to confirm his existence. With that said, the existence of anyone else mentioned in this website.
Though they don’t go for the aggressive means to lure you in, they still have the exact same crap benefits as all the other scams. Just filler where real information should be provided.
They keep it reasonable so as to seem more legit with a $300-$500 per session (8 hours) is an ok profit. Still far more than most of us can dream of making per day, so still pretty impressive. They claim that this is all achieved by copying a traders successful trades.
Now, their trade replicator seems like a good option. They make a good argument as to why it’s better to replicate other trader’s successful trades rather than allowing a robot to do it for you. The problem that I have is whether these traders even exist and it’s still not a robot in the background. What proof do they provide? If there really are traders, how do I know if they can be trusted and are good traders? There is a lot left unanswered here.
You even get a schedule of the traders which they recommend you replicate their trades.
What I found most amusing is the fact that they boast about having a lot of information about learning to trade and a very active blog, only there is very little of that. In fact, you can try and go through the menu items at the very top and only 1-2 actually lead you anywhere, the rest just take you back to the homepage. You can scroll through their “blog” posts and see for yourself that there is absolutely nothing of use there, in fact, some are just fake blog posts to make it seem like there is something there. This is the only place you get access to the blog, there is no searching, no keywords, nothing. Just a short list of fake blog posts that are completely useless.
Though, I have to admit, considering their original approach and a real effort to try and sound honest, I will be keeping an eye on this software. The Binary Option Club scam has been around for less than a month so it really is far too early to give it a definite no, but honestly, from the looks of it, chances are I won’t be saying yes.
I have a feeling that it will take about 1-2 more weeks before real traders start coming forward with complaints about this scam. For now, I don’t think it has lured enough people to sign up as it was just recently released and not many have actually jumped in to waste their money. Give it a bit of time and see what people are saying in a week or so. They don’t have limited spots or limited time only offer as the other scams, so you can easily put off signing up and wait it out to see what real traders are saying about it. In my opinion, its true colors will shine sooner than you think. The idea behind it is great, but it seems that they have put in a lot of effort and funds into fake marketing so I wouldn’t count on it actually making anyone any money.
In my opinion, the Binary Option Club is a scam, as unpopular as my opinion may seem at the moment, I am 100% convinced that we will soon start seeing real traders coming forward and sharing their experience with it.