I have to admit, the Click Money System scam website is rather convincing. They have put in a lot of effort to make the video, not that it doesn’t mimic the Lucrosa Scam to an extent, but with far more hired actors. Although they have obviously used far better equipment to film this making it look a lot more professional, the location is different from most as it is set in London, and the actors actually do a fairly decent job in presenting this scam, it doesn’t change the fact that it’s all lies.
Product Name: Click Money System
Niche: Binary Options Software
The truth is, this scam is no different from all of the other scams out there. They have done a lot to present it differently, but the fact that it will not profit still stands. There is plenty of proof of that already online provided by numerous traders that have already lost their investments.
What is the Click Money Binary Options Scam?
Well, it’s a binary options scam that is claimed to automatically trade for you. They never really say a set amount of how much you will make per day, but they note that it will be a lot. There is no discussion of the win rate or how the system really works, and since there are no controls on the videos and no way to open it in a new link with controls, you are stuck watching one very long and boring video where they repeat themselves over and over again.
Aside from the video in the promo page, you are pushed through several steps that offer nothing more than just that. More long and painful videos with repetitive information.
You are introduced to Julia and Harold, without their last names. There is no way to confirm their actual existence, though I am 100% certain that they are local actors. As London has a LOT of talent agencies, many of which that do not provide head shots of their talent, I was unable to find them. Also, I want to note that I tried to find a company called Click Money located in London, but no such company exists.
You will be provided with a number of screenshots throughout the video. All of them are fabricated or stolen from online. There is nothing here that is real. (I want to note that I was able to get the control bar in the videos by playing with the website code, so if you understand code you can do the same as well)
It all starts with him showing you a screenshot of an account he created 3 hours prior. He claim he set it up in the morning and it has already accumulated the profits listed. Only, as you will see, that is a lie.
He also says that his trading session was documented and you will see a little clip of the money growing. Now, before we begin, take a look at the number of lost trades. Obviously they overlooked editing that number as this is claimed to be HIS positions. Another thing I want to note is just below the balance there is a list of his trade history. If he just opened that account, how is it possible to have this trade history? Remember that trade history, remember the Assets and amounts and their order as they will come up quite a bit throughout the video.
The video of the documented account begins and you see the balance grow quickly alongside the number of won trades. The number of lost trades stays the same. Surprisingly, so do the Assets and the Amount in the trade history on this account.
He also goes on to say that this will be repeated every day in your life. He repeats how you will get results like this every day several times throughout the video. Whether he is intentionally omitting the fact that trading is impossible during the weekends or the people that created the video obviously know nothing about binary options I am not sure.
I just want to know that just like the paid actors, the mansion and expensive cars are rented.
This is the sent screenshot of the account of a trader. Notice the list of Assets? They are identical to the assets in his screenshot, so are the number of lost trades. Also, notice how the balance is in a completely different font?
The video they watch is obviously added in there in post-production, just saying.
Another actor that they used to try out the system. In their conversation she notes that the invested amount will be doubled. This is a very dangerous game as it is a broker bonus trap which prevents you from withdrawing your money unless you have reached a trading limit.
Here we are again, this is a screenshot of this guy’s account. Notice anything? Yup, the Lost Trades are identical to the previous screenshots as are the Assets and Amounts.
They continue to be the same after his first winning trade. Notice anything else? How is it possible that he already has 54373 winning trades (not to mention the already noted lost trades) when he just opened his account. Not to mention the fact that the number of winning trades does not go up by one with the win of his latest trade.
Then we meet Sara.
This is Harold’s account, showing her the millions he has. Only, notice how they have used Photoshop here as well to just change the balance? The Won Trades are identical to the previous traders and so are the lost trades. Of course, the list of assets seems to be the same as well.
Notice a repetitive problem here? NONE of these screenshots are real. They are all various Photoshop versions of one screenshot! Badly made Photoshop versions as they keep overlooking important details.
Now, I was unable to really make it to the Click Money scam software in full as it requires an investment with a broker so I had to play with the code to at least get rid of the popup to invest. I was taken to the software page which seems to be nothing more than another crap screenshot of the software that cannot be licked. One thing I do want to note that I found amusing is that that the Won Trades and Lost Trades are identical to those from the last couple of screenshots.
I think it’s pretty clear that the Click Money Scam has provided absolutely zero proof that there is any chance of you actually walking away with a profit. If they cannot come up with at least one genuine screenshot, what makes you believe that there is any chance of you actually successfully making any profits?