It’s rather sad that considering the amount of money websites like Certified Income are making that they cannot hire better and more original actors. This is nothing more than another scam website that does nothing more than make empty promises and lies to you about the kind of life they can offer. If you are ready to lose your investments and feel like an idiot, go ahead, invest with them. My experience reviewing and outing similar websites has given me the ability to see right through them the moment I land on the homepage.
Product Name: Certified Income
Niche: Binary Options Software
CEO: Anthony Cahill
Official Website: certifiedincome.co
Minimum Deposit: $250
Claimed Daily Profit: $3,525
Cost of Software: Free
Unfortunately, they were not only lazy but uncreative when developing this website. I have good reason to believe that this website has the same person behind it as many other scams out there as not only have they recycled their actors, the stock photos, but also the whole scheme and story behind it. They really need to look into hiring a creative steam with the kind of money they are making from peoples losses.
What is the Certified Income Scam?
This is another binary options software claiming that you will become super rich by investing with them. They make claims that you don’t even have to take out your wallet but as anyone that has dealt with binary options knows, this is in fact not true. Once you go through the registration process you will have to take out your wallet so as to make the minimum $250 investment required by their “preferred” broker. Usually the brokers all these scam use are all the same. I haven’t listed the broker simply because they regularly change as well.
The push for time is always there as well. Mr. Anthony Cahill, the developer of this amazing software (will give you a bit more info on him later), claims there are only 275 spots available and after that the software will disappear from the internet forever. The number of spots changes regularly on the website every time I have visited it but it is a low number between 2 and 10. Of course, this is not true and you will NOT lose this opportunity because by now far more than 275 people have been scammed. So, take your time and research before you invest.
Why is the Certified Income Software a SCAM?
Well, obviously it has the typical signs. The cheap actors, the stock images, the unreliable and untraceable information, and the unreasonable and unreal claims. Not to mention the fact that when reviewing the registration of this software website they have used a Who.is blocker in order to protect their real identity, a common tactic by scam websites as that way it can easily be traced and confirmed that it’s all a scam. If they really are out there to help people and have this amazing software why would they hide their identity?
The video is cheaply made. It consists of a guy talking, some funky sounds that actually stress you out more than grab your attention, and the lovely testimonials. As with other scam websites the video cannot be controlled and you are stuck listening to the whole thing if you actually want to find out what the website is about and how you will make money. Unfortunately, you find out nothing.
Mr. Anthony Cahill may actually be familiar if you have visited other similar scam websites in the past. He is actually the poster boy for these websites. Perhaps it’s the British accent, his charming smile, or perhaps he is the cheapest on Fiverr. It was just recently that I outed another scam software that used him as the actor of the SEO. He is either very active in making software like these and has amnesia as to what his name is or he sells his soul to scam websites.
You can take a look at Deren’s Fiverr Profile and see for yourself what a professional he is in scamming people and convincing them that they should waste their hard earned money.
Unfortunately, the Certified Income website really doesn’t give you any facts at all and they outdid themselves with the fake testimonials both in video and in text.
You can view his Fiverr Profile and confirm this. He is nothing more than a cheap actor selling his soul $5 at a time.
Same story with this guy. Perhaps they just need the money to pay for college?
Moving onto the written testimonials.
George Boateng – he is actually Ken Smart who is an aspiring actor and model from the UK.
All of these, fake. I was unable to find the last model in the stock photo images as the cropping has made it impossible. Still, I think this should be enough to reveal that none of the testimonials are real.
I highly recommend you read the disclaimer carefully as I think this is the only bit of information that is actually real in the whole website. Here they clearly state that the results are not guaranteed and that basically everything that they say in the website is a lie. Also, they note that binary options are a risk and you should not invest money which you are not ready to lose.
There is nothing real about this website or their software. I actually doubt that there is even a chance that your money even makes it to the market. Instead, the software simply takes your money, perhaps puts on a show for you, and then you are left out in the cold trying to figure out exactly what and when it happened. Not to mention that by giving this website or their broker your personal or billing information puts you at risk of not only losing your investment but your identity as well along with the rest of the money in your bank account. Stay away from the Certified Income software if you want to keep your money in your pockets.